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).
Volunteers are truly the lifeblood of Norfolk and Northeast Nebraska.
Is it possible to be impressed and sad at the same time?
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.
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.
When it comes to paying administrators and coaches at major universities, it doesn’t seem like money is a concern.
The proper role of the Norfolk Planning Commission was on clear display recently.
It’s a familiar quote from Charles Dickens’ classic “Oliver Twist,” but with special contemporary relevance in light of the recent statement by Special Counsel Robert Mueller: “If the law supposes that,” said Mr. Bumble. “The law is ... a idiot.”
Few things offend Bernie Sanders as much as people escaping from command-and-control government systems, even minority students whose parents are desperate to get their kids a decent education.
There is no middle ground on abortion.
The Joe Biden polling surge has raised the frightful specter of Democratic rationality.
What if a baseball came screaming toward you at more than 100 mph?
When much is made over what would appear to be a relatively peripheral issue in a lawsuit as compared to the core legal question, it begs the question of whether those pushing the issue are more interested in causing havoc and uncertainty — and creating headlines — than actually resolving th…
If you’re looking for a public issue where it’s easy to pick one side over the other, better skip over proposals that deal with the construction of a dam.
Many drivers have been there.
No one who pays attention to politics and culture would deny we live in particularly contentious times. But it seems, in recent months, even our policy “debates” have sunk to new lows.
The city of Erie, Pa. is a tourist magnet, thanks to the lovely lakeshore at Lake Erie. Downtown, the streets are lined with little cafes and restaurants and shops.
It wasn’t too many years ago when it was rare for Nebraska to have one or two high school seniors achieve a perfect score of 36 on the widely-used ACT college entrance examination.