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Palmer puts on a show, leads Huskers to crucial win over Terrapins

  By Tommy Rezac LINCOLN – Sixteen minutes had run off the clock in the first half, and Nebraska’s star point guard, James Palmer Jr., had yet to score a point. The Huskers’ other star, junior forward Isaac Copeland, had just drained a three-pointer to pull Nebraska to within one point, 27-26, with 4:23 to…read more »


Future Huskers, Lincoln-area athletes invited to 2018 Shrine Bowl

The 2018 Shrine Bowl rosters were released on Tuesday afternoon. A number of Lincoln-area players and Nebraska walk-ons made the list. Starting with Lincoln-area players, on the north team: Jonah Housh – Lincoln North Star Zion Perry – Lincoln High On the south squad: Noah McCashland – Lincoln Pius X Bryce Stai– Norris Ten future…read more »

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Krist Challenging Ricketts for Governor

State Senator Bob Krist, today announced he will challenge Gov. Pete Ricketts as a common sense moderate and member of the Nebraska Democratic Party. Krist said he is forming a partnership with the Nebraska Democratic Party. Senator Krist registered with the Douglas County Election Commission as a member of the Democratic Party yesterday and today…read more »

Man Dies In Sledding Accident

O’NEILL, Neb. (AP) – Authorities say a 58-year-old legislative candidate died after a snow sledding accident in north-central Nebraska. The Holt County attorney’s office says medics and other first responders were sent late Sunday afternoon to a location about 19 miles (31 kilometers) north of O’Neill. They found an O’Neill man, George Holm, who was…read more »


Nebraska Trial Scheduled in Christmas Post Presents Case

YORK, Neb. (AP) – A trial on drug charges has been scheduled for a California couple who have said the marijuana they are accused of hauling through Nebraska was intended for Christmas gifts. Court records say 70-year-old Barbara Jiron, of Clearlake Oaks, California, pleaded not guilty Monday to four felony charges, including two for pot…read more »


NU Responds to Budget Cuts

The possibility of $9.2 million in cuts across Nebraska University’s four campuses is announced by NU administrators as they prepare for a major hearing this week before the appropriations committee. NU President Hank Bounds describes it as a difficult day, for the University of Nebraska, their 53,000 students and the citizens they serve. In all…read more »