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After failed bid for Toyota-Mazda plant, experts say Nebraska needs an industrial mega-site
Ten days ago, Toyota-Mazda crossed Nebraska off its list partly because of the lack of a viable mega-site. The automakers were seeking 1,000 ready-to-go acres, and Nebraska didn’t have that.
Editorial: Pulling out of NAFTA would bring big risks
It’s uncertain whether the Trump administration can resolve its negotiating differences with Mexico and Canada in regard to NAFTA. What is becoming clear, though, is that a failure of negotiations and a U.S. attempt to withdraw from the agreement would…
Editorial: Pulling out of NAFTA would bring big risks
It’s uncertain whether the Trump administration can resolve its negotiating differences with Mexico and Canada in regard to NAFTA. What is becoming clear, though, is that a failure of negotiations and a U.S. attempt to withdraw from the agreement would…
Ted Kooser's American Life in Poetry (Oct. 22)
Joseph Hutchison has been writing good poems for more than 40 years, and I have been reading them for just that long.
Around and About: Skutt’s annual fundraiser nets $500,000
More than 730 guests gathered Sept. 23 at Skutt Catholic High School for its annual Angel Flight fundraiser.
Ask Amy: My brother's extreme political stance has divided our family. What should we do?
Last year my adult brother openly declared his affiliation with an extremist political group and has taken to attacking members of my immediate and extended family over social media with degrading, misogynistic, racist and rude comments.
Auditions: 'Waitress
Notices are printed in the Sunday paper for two weeks leading up to auditions. Email elizabeth.freeman@owh.com at least two weeks before you want to see your notice in print.
In divided districts, Iowa Democrats are split on how far left they should go
Democrats in the Midwest know that the way to win back voters in states such as Iowa is to talk about the economy, but they’re debating how exactly to do it.
In divided districts, Iowa Democrats are split on how far left they should go
Democrats in the Midwest know that the way to win back voters in states such as Iowa is to talk about the economy, but they’re debating how exactly to do it.
Warren Watch: Buffett watchers don’t see ‘hoarder’
Some observers seem to think that Warren Buffett has deduced that the stock market will have a big “correction” sometime soon and, as a result, has been “hoarding” cash.
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