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At the start of the coronavirus pandemic, ethanol producers feared a world stuck at home. As gasoline demand plummeted, about half of America’s ethanol plants shuttered. Most have reopened. But as Harvest Public Media’s Christina Stella reports, some are questioning if America needs to make as much...…
The Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services is suing for the right to enforce a dress code among employees.NET News による
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on the meat industry, with some slaughterhouses and processing plants temporarily closing down earlier this year. Some midwestern states are using Federal COVID stimulus money to help small meat processors increase capacity. In today's Signature Story, Harv...…
Ricketts: new restrictions possible this weekNET News による
The Immink family operates a ranch in Endicott in Southern Jefferson County in southeast Nebraska. Since they live miles away from other people, they thought they were safe from COVID-19. But, almost every family member got sick and one of them is on a ventilator.NET News による
COVID-19 hospitalizations in the state have hit record levels nearly every day this month. As those rising numbers strain the hospital system, one Nebraska man says he’s grateful he got care when he needed it.NET News による
On the November 20th Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randall, William Padmore, and guests have lively conversations about: what's happening at the Merryman Center in Kearney; Abendmusik at First Plymouth's "Messiah;" SWNCTA and Mid-Plains Community College's virtual "Christmas Carol;" 86-year-old horn c...…
Nebraska’s COVID-19 cases continue to rise. More than 20 percent of hospital patients statewide are sick with the virus, and risk dials are at a record high level. But as numbers surge, public health officials say many Nebraskans still aren’t taking key precautions, like wearing a mask.NET News による
James Strang was of his time, but also very recognizable to ours. In the 1840’s he was a charismatic lawyer, politician, religious leader and confidence man. On this week’s All About Books, a spirited biography of a remarkable fraud. The King of Confidence” by Miles HarveyNET Nebraska による
This week, Amber Kirkendall tells us about Homestead's Winter Festival of Prairie Cultures Celebration.NET Nebraska による
Anthone says new treatment could reduce COVID hospitalizationsNET News による
Traffic at airports in Kansas, Nebraska and across the country is down by more than half this year. Some experts say it could take several years or longer for the industry to recover.The decrease in traffic has put many airlines’ financial situations and the airports they serve in peril. For smalle...…
Men have long dominated the farming world. So, not surprisingly, farm equipment – things like tractors, tillers, or hand tools – are designed to be used by male farmers. Female-friendly tools are hard to come by. And with more women farming every year, that presents a safety issue.NET News による
City mask mandates may be possible; restaurants' pandemic role discussedNET News による
On the November 13th Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randall, William Padmore, and guests have lively conversations about: Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music's next concert with Miles Hoffman (01:41); Tada Theatre's 20th anniversary celebration with Steven Rich (11:00): Tyler Rinne's mural project and com...…
From its opening in 1884 until its decommissioning in 1934, the Genoa Indian School in Genoa, Nebraska harbored Native American children with the goal of destroying native culture through assimilation. Now, there's a digital project that seeks to document the experiences of those who attended for...NET News による
This week, Lincoln native Sam Stacy tells us about his experiences on "The Voice." Also, a couple of authors tell us about their virtual event hosted by Francie & Finch.NET Nebraska による
Alex Award’s are given to adult fiction which may be of interest to teen readers. This week’s All About Books features two winners- “A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World” by C.A. Fletcher. A story of family, loyalty, and humanity in a ruined world. And “The Swallows” by Lisa Lutz. A New England...…
On the November 6th Friday, host Genevieve Randall, William Padmore, and guests have lively conversations about: the two year collaboration between the Nebraska Rep and the St. Louis Black Rep (01:23); Daniel Christian's upcoming gigs (12:39); the latest Warrior Writers Anthology (22:42); Flatwater...…
This week, a look at a brass concert at Wayne State College. And, a look back at an interview about the film “Neither Wolf Nor Dog” which is screening again in Norfolk, Columbus and Omaha.NET Nebraska による