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Stille Accepts Blackshirt, Chinander Readies Defense for Toughest Test Yet

Sophomore defensive end Ben Stille made headlines last week when he refused to accept the Blackshirt awarded to him by Scott Frost and the coaching staff. After Stille enjoyed a great game for himself, getting a few tackles and a sack in Nebraska’s 45-9 beat down of Bethune-Cookman, Stille emerged from the practice field on…read more »

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Police looking for Teacup Chihuahua Stolen From Lincoln Home

Lincoln police are looking for a phone, laptop and a teacup Chihuahua stolen from a residence near the intersection of 5th and E streets. Officer Angela Sands says a 45-year-old man reported the burglary late Sunday evening. Sands says the suspect dripped blood throughout the home. “The suspect most likely cut themselves when they tried…read more »

CIVIC NEBRASKA

A Record Number of Civic Nebraska Poll Observers

As Nebraskans head to the polls ….a record amount of Civic Nebraska-trained volunteer election observers will be monitoring. Nearly 120 trained election observers will be monitoring precincts in counties around the state on November 6th. That participation is the highest in the history of the organizations’s Election Protection Program. Civic Nebraska’s Director of Voting Rights…read more »

PLATTE INSTITUTE

Survey Shows Nebraskans Would Pay More In Sales Taxes For Property Tax Relief

A Nebraska think tank says polled Nebraskans say they are willing to pay more sales taxes…for property tax relief. The Platte Institute’s survey indicates that 61 percent of the respondents say they would be willing to pay more in other taxes in exchange for lowered property taxes…with 55 percent saying they would prefer to pay…read more »

KINDNESS METER

“Kindness Matters” Meter

It’s a meter with a message. Fresh Start is displaying a “Kindness Matters” repurposed meter at various fundraisers. Executive Director Monica Zinke says that the meter is to emphasize that homeless women matter and are seen. Zinke says too often the homeless are often ignored and feel like they are not seen. Zinke says they…read more »