Monthly Archive: December 2017

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Minor in possession: UNL students speak out

Story, aggregated content and video by Katrina Sperl, NewsNetNebraska “I didn’t like how the officer put us in handcuffs and chains around our waist. It was obvious that we had not been heavily drinking,”...

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The man who is bringing Czechs to Nebraska

Story by Nela Krawiecova, NewsNetNebraska (*Editor’s note: Nela Krawiecova is a Robitschek Scholar and CoJMC student who explains the legacy of the man whose gift to UNL decades ago still benefits Czech students today.) It started...

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How climate change could affect Nebraska

By Bailey Schulz, NewsNetNebraska On a warm October morning, Gregg Fujan climbed into his Case IH 6130 tractor and started driving towards the sunrise on his corn field near Prague, Nebraska,  harvesting rows of...

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One boy’s cancer rallies small-town USA

  On July 30, 2012, the Nahorny family’s life came to a screeching halt. The diagnosis of their four-year-old son, Sammy, was Stage 4 High-Risk Neuroblastoma with metastasis to the bones, bone marrow and lymph nodes....