Following a contentious pandemic protracted legislative session, it should come as no surprise that campaigning for half of the seats in the Legislature has – in some cases -- turned ugly, very ugly.
More than seven months after coming to Nebraska, the coronavirus is still here. Back in April, Dr. James Lawler from the University of Nebraska Medical Center cautioned that we were only in the second inning of the pandemic. I wish I could tell you that we’re in the bottom of the ninth. I know Nebraskans are weary of the pandemic and the restrictions in place to combat the coronavirus. The reality, however, is that we’re still in the middle innings. There’s a long way to go.
During its Oct. 12 monthly meeting, Auburn City Council didn’t approve a Home Occupation application for gun smithing and gun sales at 1202 11th Street for Midwest Rifle Co. LLC.
2020 HOMECOMING CLASS REPRESENTATIVES and royalty at Peru State College were (from left) Laini Fullerton, Emily Oestmann, Jeff Hart, Bailey Johnson, Tyler Harms, Queen Shianna Oestreich and King Isaac Simpson, Abby Friesel, Jaelynn Muhr, Vivian Brown, Gage Hansen, Addison Gyhra and Quaid Anthony. A number of the honorees have ties to Nemaha County. Nemaha County Herald photos by Darrell Wellman
The Nebraska Advantage Microenterprise Tax Credit will be the topic of discussion during a virtual town hall hosted by the Center for Rural Affairs on Tuesday, Oct. 27.