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Unlimited Quota Deer, Antelope Permits Available Starting July 11

Sandhills Express 05 Jul 2022
Residents, nonresidents and eligible landowners may purchase permits through the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission starting at 1 p.m ... A regulation change made by Game and Parks in March created additional purchase periods for big game ... Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, 2200 N.
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OUTDOORS: Bowring Ranch brings old west to life

The Grand Island Independent 05 Jul 2022
Before she died in 1985, Eve had reached out to the Nebraska Game and Parks Foundation hoping to preserve the now 7,202 acre ranch as a State Historical Park.
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Interview: Blood says state needs new direction from governor after Ricketts

Hastings Tribune 05 Jul 2022
Carol Blood, the Democratic Party nominee for Nebraska governor, speaks with vendors at the Bellevue farmer’s market she runs on Saturdays at Washington Park ... Carol Blood, the Democratic Party nominee for Nebraska governor, speaks with voters at the Bellevue farmer’s market she runs on Saturdays at Washington Park ... Gratz for Nebraska Examiner).
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San Francisco property owners banned from parking car on it

The Grand Island Independent 05 Jul 2022
... Island YMCA, Pinnacle Sports Complex get state “shovel ready” funds Returning Nebraska High School 1000 Yard Rushers for 2022 $45,000 later, Anthony's steer statue moving to T-Bone Truck Stop in Columbus Women continuing their father’s fireworks legacy at Grand Island stand.
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Grant will help build academic space for UNL students at The Scarlet Hotel

Norfolk Daily News 05 Jul 2022
Department of Commerce will help the University of Nebraska-Lincoln build a 100-seat classroom at The Scarlet Hotel ... The 154-room Scarlet Hotel, which operates under the Marriott Tribute banner, opened in April at Nebraska Innovation Campus, the university's research park on the former State Fairgrounds.
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York sex offender has child pornography charges for third time

The Grand Island Independent 05 Jul 2022
... in bid for western Nebraska casino Grand Island YMCA, Pinnacle Sports Complex get state “shovel ready” funds Returning Nebraska High School 1000 Yard Rushers for 2022 Women continuing their father’s fireworks legacy at Grand Island stand A tropical paradise in an Alda backyard.
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Sheriff's Office investigating one-car crash in north Lincoln

Lincoln Journal Star 05 Jul 2022
Most dangerous cities in Nebraska. Dangerous Cities in Nebraska. See how your hometown ranks among the most dangerous cities in Nebraska ... With 30 violent crimes in 2019 and a population of 12,771 (the smallest on our list), the city in northeast Nebraska had 2.35 violent crimes per 1,000 people.
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NE Lottery

The Grand Island Independent 05 Jul 2022
... Ogallala joins with Fonner Park in bid for western Nebraska casino Grand Island YMCA, Pinnacle Sports Complex get state “shovel ready” funds Returning Nebraska High School 1000 Yard Rushers for 2022 $45,000 later, Anthony's steer statue moving to T-Bone Truck Stop in Columbus.
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White Sox, MLB decide to play game after parade shooting

The Grand Island Independent 05 Jul 2022
... Island YMCA, Pinnacle Sports Complex get state “shovel ready” funds Returning Nebraska High School 1000 Yard Rushers for 2022 $45,000 later, Anthony's steer statue moving to T-Bone Truck Stop in Columbus Women continuing their father’s fireworks legacy at Grand Island stand.
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Man arrested after attempting to assault officers with screwdriver, police say

Lincoln Journal Star 05 Jul 2022
Most dangerous cities in Nebraska. Dangerous Cities in Nebraska. See how your hometown ranks among the most dangerous cities in Nebraska ... With 30 violent crimes in 2019 and a population of 12,771 (the smallest on our list), the city in northeast Nebraska had 2.35 violent crimes per 1,000 people.
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Woman gets probation after taking meth into York prison

The Grand Island Independent 05 Jul 2022
... in bid for western Nebraska casino Grand Island YMCA, Pinnacle Sports Complex get state “shovel ready” funds Returning Nebraska High School 1000 Yard Rushers for 2022 Women continuing their father’s fireworks legacy at Grand Island stand A tropical paradise in an Alda backyard.
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Tennessee unemployment website operating again after attack

The Grand Island Independent 05 Jul 2022
... Island YMCA, Pinnacle Sports Complex get state “shovel ready” funds Returning Nebraska High School 1000 Yard Rushers for 2022 $45,000 later, Anthony's steer statue moving to T-Bone Truck Stop in Columbus Women continuing their father’s fireworks legacy at Grand Island stand.
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Health Highlights: July 5, 2022​

The Grand Island Independent 05 Jul 2022
... in bid for western Nebraska casino Grand Island YMCA, Pinnacle Sports Complex get state “shovel ready” funds Returning Nebraska High School 1000 Yard Rushers for 2022 Women continuing their father’s fireworks legacy at Grand Island stand A tropical paradise in an Alda backyard.
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California forest fire temporarily strands July 4th revelers

The Grand Island Independent 05 Jul 2022
... in bid for western Nebraska casino Grand Island YMCA, Pinnacle Sports Complex get state “shovel ready” funds Returning Nebraska High School 1000 Yard Rushers for 2022 Women continuing their father’s fireworks legacy at Grand Island stand A tropical paradise in an Alda backyard.
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Florida judge blocks new 15-week abortion ban

The Grand Island Independent 05 Jul 2022
... in bid for western Nebraska casino Grand Island YMCA, Pinnacle Sports Complex get state “shovel ready” funds Returning Nebraska High School 1000 Yard Rushers for 2022 Women continuing their father’s fireworks legacy at Grand Island stand A tropical paradise in an Alda backyard.

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