On Friday, the State Department released the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the much-debated Keystone XL Pipeline. What follows is an open letter of sorts to the representatives of Nebraska in the United States Congress.
I’m making a conscious effort to not write incessantly about wedding plans, but I wanted to revisit the subject this week since we have our Weddings section in this week’s issue.
As you may or may not know, unique things, or maybe better put, timely things, from time to time, are asked of me while taking in events around the county.
In a release received via email this week from the CEO and General Counsel of the National Newspaper Association, Tonda F. Rush, the opening line read this: “Unlimited Postal Rate Increases Proposed by Senate Leaders.” Say WHAT?????
Sitting down on Sunday to catch up a few things for our weekly adventures in newspaper publishing, it hit me pretty hard when figuring out our schedule, as well as my own schedule or “to do list”, that we’re nearing the peak of the second busiest run of the year beginning next week with conference basketball, conference wrestling, district basketball and wrestling, as well as, state wrestling’s annual three day run in Omaha.
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