I was glad to see the article on the importance of early childhood education on the front page of the Hub. Since 95 percent of the brain develops in the first 5½ years of life, support and edu…

On behalf of Sen. Bob Krist, our colleague and former colleague, we are releasing the following statement to the news media regarding the allegations recently leveled against him.

Constitutions — the U.S. Constitution being no exception — can be, and are, interpreted as narrowly or broadly or as literally or figuratively as one chooses. Believing a woman does not have a…

Watching the hearings for Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination it was clear to me that his desire to limit a woman’s choice goes beyond access to safe and legal abortion. His statement r…

Even with my vehement objections, on Sept. 10 the Kearney Public Schools Board of Education gave final round approval to a policy that will, once made effective, authorize random drug tests fo…

In Sept. 8 I attended a heart-breaking informational meeting on human trafficking at St. James Catholic Church in Kearney. The speaker was Sister Margaret Nacke, CSJ Ed.D. a sister of St. Jose…

As part of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of the Darkness Walks, Central Nebraska LOSS, Buffalo County Community Partners, and McKenna’s Rae of Hope Foundation will be ho…

I am an elderly man who has witnessed many changes in my lifetime. My father farmed with horses when I was a child. It took six head of horses to plant two rows of corn. I am now 90 years old.…

The Hub on Saturday published a letter to the editor under the name of Don Shuda of Grand Island, but Shuda was not the letter’s author. Shuda is Hall County’s veterans service officer, and th…

An op-ed in the Sept. 5 New York Times by an anonymous “senior official in the Trump administration,” who is known only to the New York Times provides hope, while sending a chill up the spine.…

I read the wonderful article, “Students get a peek at 19th Century life at Nebraska Prairie Museum,” in Friday’s Kearney Hub. The article was interesting and touched on the old one-room school…

We are disappointed in NTV’s recent coverage of Rep. Adrian Smith’s listening session in Kearney. The event was attended by a diverse group of area residents who hoped to get real answers from…

State Sen. John Kuehn of Heartwell authored a Nebraska View column last week, “Nobody above the law,” arguing in favor of Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson’s lawsuit against the Nebraska…

I don’t want to take your readers’ time to note all the inaccuracies in state Sen. Mike Groene’s Aug. 31 column that appeared in the Hub, “Why is NU spending so much on diversity?” Just noting…

President Donald Trump vowed to end Environmental Protection Agency regulations that were harming the Midwest economy and hindering growth in the rural community. Current regulations do not al…

The top front page article of the Aug. 25-26 Kearney Hub is headlined, “Bishop sickened by news of abuse.” Some of us may have seen a cartoon in which Moses tells God that the Ten Commandments…

We would like to thank the Overton community and surrounding area for the kindness and generosity shown at the benefit spaghetti feed held for us. It was very humbling to receive so many donat…

Just recently we were told how to spot fake news.