- The Washington TimesJul 27 08:11 AM
Omaha World-Herald. July 24, 2015 Job training plan offers promise People who've lost their jobs often have no place else to turn than unemployment benefits. It is rational to worry first about paying the bills, not what skills are needed to secure more stable work. But Nebraskans soon should no ...
- WOWT OmahaJul 27 12:37 PM
Veterans and their families are invited to an open house and orientation to the services available at the Veterans Affairs Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System medical center. The event features an opportunity for veterans and their families to learn about the services that the Omaha VA Medical Center offers through an informational briefing, a question and answer session and a tour of the ...
- Miami HeraldJul 09 10:34 AM
An opinion released by a state judicial ethics committee says Nebraska judges and court officials cannot refuse to perform same-sex marriages unless they refuse to perform all marriages. … Click to Continue »
- Grand Island IndependentJul 27 12:34 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 ...
- KETV 7 OmahaJul 15 08:49 PM
Nebraska's Wing of the Civil Air Patrol is 500 people, half of which are teenagers that are called in to help in emergency situations, like search and rescue.
- WOWT OmahaJul 23 02:22 PM
The orientation and demonstration of the Transport Isolation System and the Patient Isolation Unit took place on Offutt Air Force Base.
- Columbus TelegramJul 28 08:09 AM
To publicize meetings and events, submit the group's name, meeting time and meeting location in writing no later than three days before the event. All items must include the signature and phon…
- Grand Island IndependentJul 09 08:50 PM
Campers search for frogs during Summer Orientation About Rivers camp Wednesday evening on the Griffith Prairie near Marquette. The children helped test frogs for chytrid fungus, a deadly disease to amphibians.
- Wall Street Journal BlogsJul 10 01:24 AM
Some questions have lingered, as states that had banned same-sex marriage adjust to the historic shift. Here's a snapshot of the latest developments.
- The Online NewsHourJul 08 01:25 PM
Timothy Chi, CEO of WeddingWire, explains how the Supreme Court’s historic decision to legalize same-sex marriage will impact the wedding industry. Photo by Molly Landreth and Getty Images. On June 26, the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage was a constitutional right. Now, the thirteen states that had bans on gay marriage—Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri ...