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Weekly sermons from Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at the University of Nebraska. At RUF we believe that you're never so bad that you're beyond the reach of God's grace and at the same time you're never so good that you're beyond the need of God's grace.
 
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Lincoln and Lancaster County will let their last pandemic-related directed health measure expire at midnight on Friday, the latest milestone in a rapid return to normal. The expiring directed health measure means there will be no conditions related to gatherings, regardless of size or location and no event plans will be required for events with mor…
 
In this week's episode, the guys break down the commitment of quarterback Richard Torres, former five-star defensive back Tyreke Johnson and where things stand for Nebraska's recruiting class. In the second segment, we break down the Top 10 most indispensable Huskers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Todd and Keith Yaple join me as we celebrate, bitch, and moan about Nebraska’s loss to Arkansas in the regional final. We discuss: Nebraska’s loss to Arkansas The Strikezone How will Arkansas be treated if they get to Omaha A quick run around look at other regionals The Strikezone Kevin Kopps and the 743,000 pitches he threw Arkansas’ complete disr…
 
Norfolk-based draftsman Roger Brummels says the impact of decreasing futures isn’t being felt quite yet. For Brummels, that means better prices will follow in the next 30-60 days. Brummels 0:14 “It will bring people back…for most contractors.” Lumber prices had hit all times highs this past spring because of shortages in supply. For some consumers,…
 
A new report argues the Midwest is much more welcoming to certain types of immigrants than stereotypes -- or political rhetoric -- suggests. Heartland Forward, an Arkansas-based think tank, says demographic shifts will soon turn the heartland, which the organization defines as the 20 states between the Rockies and the Appalachians, into a truly glo…
 
The students will meet everyday until Wednesday. They will debate bills that were brought up during the latest legislative session. Committee hearing rooms at the state capitol are the main sites of debate. Many of the students are interested in continue on a path in politics.Nebraska Public Media による
 
Tune into Episode 12, where we talk with Traci Cummings; popularly known as Traci Trainer, about living a healthy lifestyle. Traci Cummings is a certified holistic health coach, personal trainer, and owner of Your Wellness Journey. In this episode, Traci explains the background of her business and how she keeps herself educated on the science behin…
 
Managing one of the most difficult and herbicide resistant weeds will be the focus of an upcoming field day offered by Nebraska Extension. Weed Management Specialist Amit Jhala talks about what producers can expect by attending the field day that will focus on Palmer Amaranth.Nebraska Extension による
 
“Managing Cattle for Profit in 2021” is a new series of workshops offered by extension in Thedford, North Platte, Alliance, Norfolk and Ainsworth. Jim Jansen, Nebraska Extension Ag Economist says workshops will cover strategies and tools to reduce risk exposure associated with cattle production.Nebraska Extension による
 
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Haskell Agricultural Lab will be holding a Science and Ag Family Field Day Wednesday June 30th. University of Nebraska Ag Field days Coordinator Leslie Johnson says this event is free event and open to the public and will have activities and presentations for the entire family.…
 
If you’re wanting to plant new trees around your home landscape, you’ll want to pay particular attention to disease resistant varieties. University of Nebraska Plant Pathology Department Head Loren Gielser talks about planting the right tree.Nebraska Extension による
 
The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy announced six major seed companies are pledging to address ongoing pesticide contamination by the AltEn ethanol plant in Mead. The AltEn Facility Response Group, including companies like Bayer, Syngenta, and Corteva, applied to the Nebraska Voluntary Cleanup Program. In a statement, the Nebraska Dep…
 
Aubrey Trail is headed for Nebraska’s Death Row. A three-judge panel in Saline County determined Trail should die by Lethal injection. The 54-year-old was convicted of first-degree murder. He and his girlfriend Baily Boswell lured 24-year-old Sydney Loofe to their apartment in Wilber in 2019 where they killed and dismembered the woman. Lauren Dietr…
 
Forage on pastures can become a major headache during drought conditions. Nebraska Extension Specialist Elliot Dennis talks about the relationship between quality forage pasture availability and how many head of cattle can efficiently feed on that land.Nebraska Extension による
 
The Keystone Pipeline is officially no more. T-C Energy, the company that developed the controversial pipeline, announced today (Wednesday) the company terminated the years-long project. The company said in a statement they made the decision after consulting with the Government of Alberta, a partner in the effort.…
 
Young Adult Court in Douglas County is one of six programs in the country that focuses on helping individuals get rid of their non-violent felonies. With a recidivism rate of less than 30%, several past and present participants can attest to the changes they’ve made during their time in the program and even after.…
 
In this week's episode, the guys breakdown a busy weekend of recruiting for the Husker football program, including the commitment of Chase Androff. In the second segment, they discuss Nebraska baseball's regional performance and what the future looks like for Will Bolt's team. The guys also break down a big visit weekend for Nebraska basketball. Li…
 
If you have a food item you’d like to get on the market, you’ll want to attend the 2021 Recipe to Reality Workshop. University of Nebraska Lincoln Food Program Coordinator Jill Gifford talks about how you can get started in the food industry by attending the seminar.Nebraska Extension による
 
A program that was started in 2004 to help young adults in Douglas County with felony records is now expanding to provide more services and help more individuals get rid of their non-violent felonies. Since it began, this problem-solving court has been unique to Nebraska and remains one of only six in the country.…
 
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