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Voice of the People
Twenty-two years ago, at the Davos World Economic Forum, when a little-known Vladimir Putin had just become president, I asked four senior Russian leaders: “Who is Mr. Putin?”
Public education is under attack in our community, across the state, and throughout the country.
The staff at Livingston Butler Volland Funeral Home want to thank the city parks department and Parkview Cemetery for the removal of the shrubs on the northeast corner of 12th Street and Elm Avenue.
Scott Frost tempted fate with his Nebraska team on the verge of a season-opening victory. With momentum in hand, the Huskers’ onside kick attempt early in the third quarter Saturday at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland, was another critical mistake in an era of them.
My husband of 74 years and I and our six kids have enjoyed our Hastings Public Library.
Having family in Hastings and elsewhere, I read the Hastings Tribune article: “Hastings to play host to antique airplane fly-in” in the Aug. 24 edition.
How bad do Adams County roads have to get before the county board will get the people in charge to do their job?
The overpass on Elm Avenue has been nice to have now that the old 281 overpass had been neglected and is being demolished.
How should I describe this?
This month, I issued a proclamation declaring July 2022 as “Victims of Communism Month” in Nebraska.
Is it lack of organization? Or overall spacey-ness, if that’s a word.
I want to acknowledge the sponsors, buyers, volunteers and the 4-H and FFA exhibitors for making the 2022 Adams County livestock auction a success.
It is with sadness but also great memories that Jeanne Petr is remembered.
Do you ever dream of doing something big, but find yourself feeling too small to try?
The front page of the July 12 Hastings Tribune had an article and picture from the James Webb Space telescope stating a big bang theory that was 13.8 billion years ago, according to scientists.
One of America’s greatest civil rights heroes is from Nebraska.
I need a plug-in.
I am writing in response to Richard French’s column that appeared in the Hastings Tribune on July 8.
Memories tend to surface like starfish from the deep to remind us of things we need to know.
In Nebraska, we’ve endured more than our fair share of adversity over the past 3-plus years.
One thing about living in the middle of the country in a somewhat sparsely populated area, you can pick any sports team that you want to be loyal toward.
In 1910, the U.S. House was ruled by a very ruthless leader: The Speaker of the House.
Lately, I have attended some of the meetings at the C-3 Hotel.
Over the last several months, a number of readers have been kind enough to let me know they appreciate the additional Nebraska-oriented content now appearing in the Hastings Tribune thanks to the Flatwater Free Press.