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  1. Ronald E. Obermeier | Aurora News-Register

    Aurora News-RegisterJul 19 11:48 AM

    Ronald E. Obermeier, 76, of Cairo, formerly of Giltner, died July 15, 2016, at CHI Health St. Francis, Grand Island, Nebraska, with his family by his side.

  2. CCU AD already celebrating in Omaha

  3. Graff, Tyson J. 1985-2016

    St. Joseph News-PressJul 14 09:19 PM

    KING CITY, Mo. Tyson James Graff, 31, King City, died Wednesday, July 6, 2016.

  4. NCAA announces common-sense change to bowl selection process

    NBC Sports: CollegeFootballTalkJun 29 10:48 AM

    The NCAA Division I council announced 5-7 teams will still have a chance to make a bowl this fall. They will have to wait until all of the 6-6 teams have been picked, though. The common sense rule tweak was announced Wednesday. Nebraska, Minnesota and San Jose State all made bowls last season despite finishing […]

  5. 10 Things to Know for Today

    Killeen Daily HeraldJun 30 03:55 AM

    In this Saturday, April 23, 2016 photo, members of the Ku Klux Klan participate in cross and swastika burnings after a "white pride" rally in rural Paulding County near Cedar Town, Ga. The Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center, an advocacy group that tracks activity by groups it considers extremist, says there’s no evidence the Klan is returning to the strength of its heyday.

  6. ADVANCE FOR SATURDAY JUNE 25 AND THEREAFTER - Merrick County Veterans Service Officer Gary Berry, left, presents the last three Pearl Harbor survivors in Nebraska - from left, Earl Brandes of Central City, Lawrence Osterbuhr of Hildreth and Ed Guthrie of Omaha - with proclamations and commemorative medallions from the USS Arizona in Hawaii at the Heartland Veterans Memorial in Central City, Neb...

  7. In its first year, O Comic Con is hailed as wildly successful by its organizer and guests. The weekend event at the Mid-America Center celebrated all things comic books, film, science fiction and fantasy.

  8. New store director ready to work

    Washington Evening JournalJul 08 11:56 AM

    The past month has been a very eventful one for P.J. Hare, the new general director of Hy-Vee in Washington. He said that in June he learned he was going to be the director of the Washington store on a Wednesday, before getting married that Saturday. Hare has been in Washington going on three weeks. He was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, graduating from Omaha North High School. He attended ...

  9. Manufacturing slows in June for both Minnesota and Midwest

    Minneapolis-St. Paul Star TribuneJul 01 08:27 AM

    Lackluster orders contributed to a decline in growth in June for Minnesota and the Midwest.

  10. 10 Things to Know for Today

    Quincy Herald-WhigJun 30 03:53 AM

    In this Saturday, April 23, 2016 photo, members of the Ku Klux Klan participate in cross and swastika burnings after a "white pride" rally in rural Paulding County near Cedar Town, Ga. The Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center, an advocacy group that tracks activity by groups it considers extremist, says there’s no evidence the Klan is returning to the strength of its heyday.

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