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Nebraska woman hits back at SNL over perfume joke

Nebraska woman hits back at SNL over perfume joke
Raychelle Burks, a chemistry researcher at the University of Nebraska, published an open letter on Slate (originally posted on the blog Skepchik) on Wednesday skewering NBC for a Weekend Update joke delivered by anchor Colin Jost this past weekend.
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UNL study adds up coal's value for Nebraska
“As we discuss the economic development benefits of Nebraska's energy resources, it is important we acknowledge the financial impact of our traditional resources, too,” said NPPD Chief Executive Pat Pope. “Seven communities throughout the state, as …
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GICC defeats Nebraska Lutheran
WACO — The Grand Island Central Catholic boys soccer team improved to 2-2 on the season with a 4-1 win over Nebraska Lutheran Tuesday. Youhanna Ghaifan scored two first half goals to help the Crusaders. Nate Reilly scored a goal and had an assist …
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Wisconsin woman sues Nebraska strip club over wages

Wisconsin woman sues Nebraska strip club over wages
A Wisconsin woman is suing Shakers strip club, saying the owner has not paid her or other dancers an hourly wage or overtime in the three years she has worked at the club west of Waverly. Elizabeth Mays says in the lawsuit filed Thursday that the strip …
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Candidate for governor visits with voters in Norfolk, Nebraska
(US92/KTIV) – Nebraska's May primary election is less than two months, and candidates seeking the republican nomination are crossing the state to meet with potential voters. Candidate for governor Jon Bruning met with voters in Norfolk, Nebraska Friday.
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Nebraska Lawmakers Pass 3 Tax Reform Measures
Nebraska lawmakers have passed a series of tax measures that would benefit farmers, low-income elderly homeowners and residents whose incomes rise with inflation. The three tax proposals won final approval on Thursday, and will now be sent to Gov.
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