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Bond Issue Vote Underway

Updated: 09/28/2011 - Mail in voting underway for the $10.28 million Weeping Water School Bond Election.

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Early Detection Could Save Lives

Updated: 09/28/2011 - Women Can Take Steps to Stay Well, Get Well, Find Cures and Fight Back against breast cancer.

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Easier Access to Elkhorn River

Posted: 09/28/2011 - Those needing access to the Elkhorn River are having an easier time. An area known as “Graske Crossing” is now open for the first time since flooding damaged the entrance in June 2010.

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Missouri River Open To Boating Again

Updated: 09/28/2011 - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Coast Guard have declared the entire Missouri River and Big Sioux River open to vessel traffic. The rivers had been closed several months during the spring and summer flooding.

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Flat Head Syndrome

Updated: 09/28/2011 - It's an unintended consequence of preventing SIDS. More and more babies are developing uneven or flat spots on their heads.

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New Iowa State President Chosen

Posted: 09/27/2011 - The Iowa Board of Regents has chosen University of North Carolina Vice President for Research Steven Leath to be the president of Iowa State University.

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Omaha Sued Over Gun Law

Posted: 09/27/2011 - A Mexican national and two gun-rights organizations have sued the city of Omaha over its ordinance prohibiting legal resident immigrants who are not U.S. citizens from possessing handguns.

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He Calls Himself “Hollywood”

Updated: 09/27/2011 - He may have good taste in liquor, but a man who calls himself “Hollywood” still doesn’t have the right to take what he wants. So, Lincoln police hope you can identify this man.

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Consultant Hired By Plattsmouth

Updated: 09/27/2011 - The Plattsmouth City Council has approved a multiple project agreement with HDR Inc. for the purpose of assessing the damage to the city’s infrastructure from the flood.

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Cool Weather Slows Drying Of Crops

Updated: 09/27/2011 - Cool and cloudy weather is slowing the drying of crops as the fall harvest gains momentum across Iowa.

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Coming Iowa Winter Might Follow Average Track

Updated: 09/27/2011 - The past five Iowa winters have been snowier than normal, and colder than usual in four of them. The next one? State climatologist Harry Hillaker said it's an even bet for more snow than usual and a slight chance of lower temperatures than normal.

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Commemorative Bricks In Downtown Plaza

Posted: 09/27/2011 - Commemorative bricks to be part of the Entertainment Plaza area on 4th Street in Plattsmouth. The Plattsmouth City Council approved the Plattsmouth Main Street Association request. It is a fund raiser for the organization.

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"Tuna Tuesday" Food Drive

Updated: 09/27/2011 - Its September 27th and that means it's “Tuna Tuesday” but it has nothing to do with what you're eating for lunch.

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State Department Hears from Public

Posted: 09/26/2011 - Nebraska's neighbor of Kansas is seeing protests regarding the proposed pipeline during a hearing before the State Department. A similar meeting in Lincoln, Nebraska is set for Tuesday.

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