- Grand Island IndependentMay 24 10:33 AM
SUPERVISOR PRODUCTION This position is for Tyson Foods� Lexington, Nebraska, location. The successful candidate will be responsible for a facet of the overall operation of production, not limited to quality, safety, and other duties assigned by management. The position will manage groups of Team Members who perform diverse tasks and activities. REQUIREMENTS: Proven leadership and problem solving...
- Grand Island IndependentMay 25 10:18 AM
PRODUCTION WORKERS These A-shift and B-shift positions are for Tyson Fresh Meats� Lexington, Nebraska, location. Successful candidates will perform various duties as assigned in a food-production and slaughter environment. Requirements: Ability to lift, push, pull, and carry 40 or more pounds Ability to work in extreme hot or cold environments Use of hands and arms above shoulder level Ability ...
- News On 6 TulsaMay 13 03:14 PM
Gay rights advocates have pushed unsuccessfully for years for a Wyoming law barring discrimination based on sexual orientation.
- The AdvocateMay 01 03:36 PM
President Obama makes LGBT history again by advocating foster and adoptive parents be chosen without regard to sexual orientation or gender identity. read more
- Washington PostMay 06 10:17 PM
Well, to be precise, I Sylvia Ann Driskell Ambassador for Plaintiff's God, and His, Son, Jesus Christ v. Their Given Name Homosexuals Their, Alis Gay, filed May (not April) 1 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska.
- The AtlanticMay 26 03:30 AM
For gay couples, winning the battle for legal rights would be just the first step toward securing full recognition for their families.
- KOLN LincolnApr 29 05:35 PM
Veterans will soon have a home at the UNL campus with the launch of the Student Veterans Resource Center in the Nebraska Union this fall.
- Washington PostMay 22 09:00 AM
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
- Los Angeles TimesApr 28 06:07 AM
The Supreme Court has struggled with the issue of gay marriage and gay rights for nearly half a century. Here are some of the key decisions:
- The ForwardMay 03 02:10 AM
Author Judith Slater remembers how her husband, the late novelist Gerald Shapiro, had unlikely success in transferring his passion for Jewish literature to students in Nebraska.