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30 days of the 3-foot Law

Doesn’t time just fly by?  Here we are already 30 days into the 3-foot law and what has changed?  Not much. The good news is that for several days, there was ...

Lincoln Regional Airport Open House this Saturday

Boarding gates are open at the Lincoln Regional Airport for a free family-oriented morning from 8 to noon Saturday. Activities include Young Eagles flights (youth ages 11 to 1 ...

Salt Mine sponsors appreciation lunch Monday

All Lincoln residents are invited to an “appreciation lunch” and celebration of the Salt Mine staff and volunteers at noon Monday. The celebration will be at Lincoln H ...

Time to Review Your Medicare Coverage

Medicare’s annual open enrollment season is underway, and I want to encourage everyone with Medicare to review their current health and prescription drug coverage.   O ...

Loving parents sponsor MudRun to prevent more suicides

Organizers of the third annual Mud-Run-4-Life on Oct. 18 stress that while suicides are occurring too frequently in the Lincoln area, there is help available for those who think th ...

School board OKs R-rated film policy change

As of Tuesday night, local high school teachers will no longer need parental permission to show PG-13-rated visual media or board approval to show R-rated visual media in their cla ...

Council candidates share plans for Lincoln at chamber breakfast

All the Lincoln City Council candidates on the Nov. 4, 2014 Statewide Direct General Election ballot shared their plans for helping Lincoln if they are elected during a Sept. 24 &n ...

Animals flock to Beermann Plaza for blessings Saturday

Lola, a yellow Labrador, took it all in stride while an audience of 20-plus humans watched as Father Bill blessed her in the name of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of anim ...

Plane crash-lands Sunday near airport

A small one-passenger plane crash-landed Sunday morning near the Lincoln airport, according to a city of Lincoln representative. The “Baby Baron” one-seater “wen ...

Guided thistles - I mean missiles

It may not be common knowledge today, but during the Cold War, the Russians knew all about Lincoln. Never mind the Strategic Air Command, based a few miles north of Lincoln at Bea ...