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Charles Dudley Warner, a 19th century essayist, once wittily observed that politics makes strange bedfellows.

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Nebraska in the autumn! Is there anything more flawless? As far as weather is concerned, we have little to brag about the other three seasons, but when October comes, the blazing trees, the pleasantly warm days and cool nights, the...

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Jerry W. Thompson, Sr., age 66 of Nebraska City, NE passed away on Wednesday morning, October 15, 2014 at his home. Jerry was born on April 25, 1948 in Nebraska City, NE; the son of Arthur Dewey and Ruth Lucille (Chaney)...

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Register, raise funds, and run or walk – that’s all it takes to be a hero in the eyes of a person facing lung cancer. Join hundreds of community members as they gather for a day of impact at the Omaha Free to Breathe Run/Walk...

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Eva Belle Buxton was born on July 1, 1924 in Phelps City, MO; the daughter of Roy and Cora (Bales) Mattice. She attended school at the Hamburg Schools.She worked at Interstate Nursery and Pendleton Woolen Mills until she had...

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Wilhelmina B. "Minnie" Hamilton, age 97 of Salinas, CA was called home on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at Windsor Gardens Nursing Home in Salinas.Minnie was born on October 1, 1916 in Corona, SD; the daughter of Herman and Gesine...

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Phyllis H. Million, the daughter of Clyde and Lillie Mabel (Dinsmore) Hamilton was born February 12, 1928, in Hamburg, Iowa.  She attended Hamburg High School, graduating in 1946.  On March 18, 1948, Phyllis was united in...

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  Terracotta is gorgeous, earthy, and green. A richly colored ceramic, it is used for many diverse purposes in house and home,...

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