Candidates of the Republican Party have a golden opportunity to take charge of the climate debate, and they can do so by adopting a platform that is true to GOP principles that protects the en…

Americans who love fresh fruits and vegetables and whose automobiles are packed with parts manufactured in Mexico were relieved when President Trump announced last weekend he was suspending hi…

Over the years the knock on Nebraska Public Power District has been a perceived aversion to change and innovation. Some of that reputation was earned. “Always there when you need us,” NPPD pro…

On behalf of Kearney Noon Rotary, I would like to thank the following people for their help and sponsorship of the June 8 Rotary Nature Barn Festival. They include Cindy Powell, Sharon Hoffman…

I have a question for Hub readers: Is it only me who is upset, annoyed or just plain angry that the Buffalo County assessor keeps increasing my property valuation (to increase taxes) every yea…

My grandkids brought their young border collie/lab to my house for two hours so they could monitor an injury she had. They let her out, then put on their shoes to follow her. Fuzzy had disappeared.

As someone who is Nebraska born and raised and is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, I’m well aware of how many different things and sayings that are almost synonymous with Nebr…

Every time I read the prayer of Jesus in John 17, I am overwhelmed with such gratitude and amazement and wonder, especially as this prayer was not just for the disciples. Jesus prayed, “I ask …

y twin sister Martha can’t remember how the idea of the Thank You house tumbled into her head 25 years ago, but it began the day she happened to see a plain wooden house sitting on a shelf in …

Gov. Pete Ricketts and First Lady Susanne Shore want to recognize Nebraskans who played a role in the recovery from the bomb cyclone that struck the state in March and caused heavy rainstorms …

When social issues rise to a level of distress in a community, all eyes turn to the public school as a means of resolution. Schools have the ability to touch more lives — students, parents and…

Nebraska’s top industry and the backbone of our economy is agriculture. Even through extreme weather and low commodity prices, our farmers and ranchers have shown remarkable resilience. To hel…

Naysayers responded predictably to news that the College Board, the organization that runs the SAT admissions test, will measure how hard students’ lives have been. They should consider the ex…

Nebraska Athletics officials have again stirred the Sea of Red by suggesting alcohol in Memorial Stadium, but the most recent idea comes with a major catch. Athletic Director Bill Moos recentl…