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Speaking to an invisible audience on the other side of a computer screen, Nebraska State Senator Tom Brandt introduced himself as a Plymouth native and Tri County High School Class of 1978 graduate. He then recited his decades of experience in the meat industry.

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We want to hear from you, our readers, on what you think. So every week our Opinion page will feature a new poll that you can vote in. A new poll will be published every Wednesday and voting will end Sunday evening. Results will be published each week on our Opinion page.

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Nearly all of the 119 minutes from Seward Mayor Josh Eickmeier's call to order until the gavel bang of adjournment at the Sept. 1 Seward City Council meeting was spent dissecting the city's budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year.

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The multi-decade project created to further Seward's economic future came rushing to fruition as Mayor Josh Eickmeier stood in a line involving a CEO and other elected officials, all staring down with scissors. The Seward Rail Campus' landmark first tenant, Petsource by Scoular, officially arrived.

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Seated on slices of tree trunks and five gallon buckets and wielding drumsticks, first graders listen to their teacher’s instructions.

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We want to hear from you, our readers, on what you think. So every week our Opinion page will feature a new poll that you can vote in. A new poll will be published every Wednesday and voting will end Sunday evening. Results will be published each week on our Opinion page.

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Memorial Health Care Systems' cardiovascular rehabilitation program has received certification by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. The certification recognized the hospital's commitment to improving the quality of life of patients by enhancing standard…

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The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy Director Jim Macy announced Aug. 28 that the state is awarding approximately $2 million in rebates to schools across Nebraska to aid in the replacement of older diesel school buses.

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