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No. 3 Nebraska wrestling wins final five matches to defeat No. 19 Arizona State

Lincoln Journal Star 26 Feb 2024
3 Nebraska won the final five matches after trailing midway through Sunday's dual as the Huskers earned a 26-9 road win over No ... Nebraska now prepares for the Big Ten meet, which begins March 9 at College Park, Maryland.
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Short Takes: New exhibit at Omaha's Durham Museum is all about toys

Omaha World-Herald 25 Feb 2024
Nebraska town in mourning after community icon and employee killed Shatel. Nebraska's priority is a bowl game ... Reserve grouse viewing at Niobrara State Park ... Join the National Park Service and Nebraska Game and Parks Commission at 6 p.m.
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Animal groupings can get descriptive names

Lincoln Journal Star 25 Feb 2024
GREG WAGNER Nebraska Game and Parks Commission ... Daryl Bauer, fisheries outreach program manager with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, holds a Master Angler wiper he caught at Swanson Reservoir in August 2011 ... NEBRASKA GAME AND PARKS COMMISSION.
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Outdoors calendar, 2/25

Lincoln Journal Star 25 Feb 2024
Forms available at Game and Park offices, in the 2024 Nebraska Fishing Guide or online at GoOutdoorsNE.com ... Forms available at Game and Park offices, in the 2024 Nebraska Fishing Guide or online at GoOutdoorsNE.com ... larry.pape@nebraska.gov.
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Hacker sprints to win in Grasmick

The Grand Island Independent 25 Feb 2024
By Bob Hamar Fonner Park Publicist. Nebraska horseman Garard Wollesen watched Hacker last year and liked what he saw. He watched him run on a hard, fast track at Prairie Meadows in Altoona, Iowa, and then saw him run at Remington Park in Oklahoma City.
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Amie Just: Volleyball freshmen Olivia Mauch, Skyler Pierce adjusting to life as college athletes

The Columbus Telegram 25 Feb 2024
Instead, they’re here at the Hawks Championship Center — peppering ahead of their first match together for Nebraska beach volleyball against Park on Friday night ... on Friday evening as Nebraska’s No.
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Amie Just: Nebraska volleyball's Olivia Mauch, Skyler Pierce adjusting to life as college athletes

Omaha World-Herald 25 Feb 2024
Instead, they’re here at the Hawks Championship Center — peppering ahead of their first match together for Nebraska beach volleyball against Park on Friday night ... on Friday evening as Nebraska’s No.
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Hartington hopes newly created Creative District attracts visitors

Lincoln Journal Star 25 Feb 2024
So when the Nebraska Creative District program was launched a couple years ago, Miranda Becker and others in Hartington jumped at the chance to be included and gain access to grant money that could help make their home more alluring ... Nebraska Tourism.
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Omaha's Bristol Street bridge closure kicks off 2024 construction on North Freeway

Omaha World-Herald 25 Feb 2024
34/75 from Nebraska Highway 1 to Oak Hill Road in Plattsmouth through November 2024 to allow for road construction.The intersection of 204th Street and Capehart Road is closed as part of the Gretna Crossing Park construction project until late March.
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Port of the Plains board set to hire inland port consultant Monday

The North Platte Telegraph 24 Feb 2024
County commissioners founded Port of the Plains, which held its initial meeting last July as Nebraska’s inland port authority, to oversee the rail park’s long-term operation and provide onsite U.S.
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Port of the Plains board set to hire consultant

The North Platte Telegraph 24 Feb 2024
County commissioners founded Port of the Plains, which held its initial meeting last July as Nebraska's inland port authority, to oversee the rail park's longterm operation and provide onsite U.S.
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Low water affects boaters

Kearney Hub 24 Feb 2024
LINCOLNPeople planning to launch boats in Nebraska this spring should be aware of low-water conditions. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission advises boaters to be patient and cautious when launching and loading boats.
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Low Water Affecting Nebraska Boaters This Spring

Sandhills Express 24 Feb 2024
NEBRASKA – People planning to launch boats in Nebraska this spring should beware of low-water conditions. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission advises boaters to be patient and cautious when launching and loading boats.
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Nebraska beach volleyball improves to 3-0 on season

Omaha World-Herald 24 Feb 2024
Park gave Nebraska more of a push, as three matches went three sets, but the Huskers prevailed in all three ...
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East Rotary donates $5K to Pershing mural project

Lincoln Journal Star 24 Feb 2024
“The Pershing mural within Wyuka Park will have historical and educational value for Nebraskans – statewide.” ... Wyuka was established by the Nebraska State Legislature in 1869 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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