It’s rare to have lived through three wars, the women’s suffrage, two civil rights movements, and now a global pandemic. Elaine Fuss, born June 3, 1920, has lived through it all. On Friday, she celebrated her 100th year on this earth.
It’s been hot and humid in the Tri-Cities for the past few days. People are sweaty and their bodies are overheating but there is a way to escape the heat. Lincoln Pool is back open in Grand Island but with restrictions to keep people safe from the Coronavirus.
Every Saturday since April, Solidarity with Packing Plant Workers holds a car parade to raise awareness on the sacrifice of essential workers but Saturday was a little different. They were joined by other activist groups to support each other's cause.
The University of Nebraska at Kearney Chancellor Doug Kristensen announced today the elimination of 15 positions in an effort to meet a $2.8 million budget cut outlined and affirmed today by the University of Nebraska Board of Regents.
The Old Potash Highway and Claude Paving Project will add four roundabouts on Old Potash Highway and intersecting streets of Wilmer Avenue, Claude and North Road. There will also be one on Claude and Faidley Avenue as well.
The American Medical Association will release a new study Thursday on how COVID-19 affects mental health. A University of Nebraska Medical Center psychiatrist talks about what this study means and how Nebraskans can stay mentally healthy.