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It wasn’t a stop I had planned to make.
If you want a lively conversation starter at a party, just mention “sheets.”
Community is the driving force behind Norfolk’s upcoming ’Fork Fest. Spearheaded by the Norfolk Arts Center, ’Fork Fest brings together area artists, musicians and restaurants for an event that celebrates our creative community. This is the fourth year for the festival, which will be held on…
It’s time to break out the spade and garden gloves. I’ve been inspired by recent visits to unbelievably beautiful flower gardens. I think we could transform an empty spot around the farm into an oasis of color.
When I visit a new city, I always plan stops at a few of the best or more interesting bookstores.
This summer has been a great time to celebrate Nebraska as a true train state.
I remember well the first day I walked into the Daily News as a new member of the staff in September 1987.
When the calendar turns over to August, it signals that another school year is on the horizon (even though there are still some Northeast Nebraskans who think classes shouldn’t resume until after Labor Day).
The Norfolk Public Library’s 25th Annual Literature Festival is Saturday, July 27.
I love this time of year when I can drink tea from the deck.
Volunteers are truly the lifeblood of Norfolk and Northeast Nebraska.
Is it possible to be impressed and sad at the same time?
It seemed like she would never get off that plane.
Between 1930 and 1933, John Dos Passos published his three-part novel called “U.S.A.,” which is often referred to as the U.S.A. trilogy.
President Donald Trump has received recent praise — and deservedly so — for following through with a campaign promise and ensuring that E15 ethanol fuel can be sold year-round, much to the delight of corn farmers in Nebraska and elsewhere.
One of the Daily News’ correspondents in Northeast Nebraska — who I’ve known for a long time — recently sent me an email with some kind words in relation to my plans to retire from the full-time editor’s position at the Daily News at the end of this month.
Madison County will have an improved emergency communications system later this year.
For two decades, Nebraska Community Foundation and its network of over 250 Nebraska hometowns have been talking about and illuminating the abundance that exists right here at home. Great people, great schools, great opportunities. Hard-working, creative, team-oriented people working together…
The Environmental Protection Agency is not a four-letter word, but for some agricultural producers in Nebraska and elsewhere, it surely has seemed like it at times.
Everything is not always black and white. Definitely not always white.