Upcoming public hearings regarding a requested change of zoning and conditional use permit for a horse racetrack and casino on Hastings’ north…
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The governor unveiled an ambitious program of investments in Nebraska's future, including major development and protection of natural resources along with workforce development while targeting substantial additional tax relief.
Major Stephen Long described the Plains as the “Great American Desert” when his expedition studied our region in 1820.
Sen. Lou Ann Linehan of Elkhorn, who sponsored the Opportunity Scholarships Act (LB364), said she plans to reintroduce the measure again in the 2022 legislative session.
The cap could be overridden for two of three years as long as the annual increase over any three-year period is not more than 3%.
(The Center Square) – Nebraskans greeted the New Year with a 2.9 cent-per-gallon drop in the state's gasoline tax.
Nebraska's governor said the South Platte River Compact "specifically provides Nebraska authority over water and land in Colorado" for construction of a canal to ensure access to a share of the water from the river.
Local governing agencies made their voices heard at a legislative luncheon held at USD 260’s Oaklawn Elementary on Jan. 5. While Derby Public Schools and the city of Derby shared about their efforts over the past year, they also outlined some of their priorities for the current session of the Kansas Legislature – with a number of state senators and representatives on hand.
The multi-candidate Republican gubernatorial primary contest appears likely to feature a costly battle with Pillen and Charles Herbster, a Falls City cattle producer, leading the campaign finance charts.
To allow for more conversation on the issue, members of the Hastings City Council pulled from the agenda for Monday’s meeting a proposed contr…