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Header or Heeler

Posted: Monday, Oct 5th, 2015
If you saw a team roper with his hand behind his back, could you tell if he was a header or a heeler? I have done an extensive study on this very problem with a grant funded by the Pro Rodeo Ex-Wives Collection Agency and the TRA (Team Ropers Anonymous) Halfway House. Here are the results of my findings:

Breaking down barriers to trade

Posted: Monday, Oct 5th, 2015
With more than 96 percent of the world's customers living outside our borders, trade provides tremendous opportunities to grow our rural economy. As our work on trade negotiations moves forward, I am committed to expanding access to thriving and growing international markets for Nebraska producers, manufacturers, and consumers.
On Tuesday of last week, I hosted a seminar in Grand Island


Posted: Monday, Oct 5th, 2015
I read a very interesting article the other day. It seems that scientists have discovered that crocodiles can play. In fact, almost every kind of animal, no matter how ferocious or ugly, will play now and then. Scientists think that playing helps prepare young animals for real life, such as when dogs wrestle or kittens pounce.
Now I know

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