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Young Nebraskans serving community and country

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 20th, 2016
Spring is the high season for school group visits to the nation's capital. Over the past few days, I had the opportunity to welcome students from Aurora, Boone Central, Clearwater-Orchard, and Wood River schools to Washington, D.C.
As I talk with these young Nebraskans about the issues we are working on in the U.S. House, I deeply appreciate


Posted: Wednesday, Apr 20th, 2016
A source of pride amongst cowboys is knowin' the lay of the land.
And any poor fool that gets lost they figger ain't much of a hand!
They said, "We'll all meet at Bull Crick!" Then looked at me like a trainee!
"Draw me a map and I'll find it! Columbus had nothin' on me!"
Daylight broke into my windshield,


Posted: Wednesday, Apr 20th, 2016
Ah, spring … the season rollercoaster weather! It's hot, it's cold, it's windy, it's calm, it's wet, and it's dry… it's all in the same day. But spring is also the season of baseball, track, golf, tennis and other outdoor sports. After being cooped up all winter, everybody is ready to get out and watch (or play) a good sports

Cow-calf commentary: Adventures in calving

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 20th, 2016
By Shaun Evertson

Last Thursday (April 14) was beautiful. Sunny, calm, warm. The perfect day for a calf to be born on the EJE.
Saturday, not so much.
The temperature hovered in the mid-30s all day and the stinging, cold rain was driven by a chill north wind. The forecast called for worse. It was supposed to be snowing.

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