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September 28th, 2014
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Nebraska's Board of Health is seeking professional members for several health care boards.
The boards are responsible for licensing health care providers. Terms run for five years.
There are vacancies on boards for alcohol and drug counseling; audiology and speech language pathology; chiropractic; cosmetology; dentistry; mental health practice; nursing; psychologists; podiatry; registered environmental health specialists; and veterinary medicine and surgery.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Property taxes have surfaced as a key issue in Nebraska's race for governor, with the candidates offering drastically different approaches for easing the burden on farmers, ranchers and homeowners.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) â€” Nearly 20 Omaha flights into or out of Chicago airports have been canceled because of a fire at an air traffic control facility in a Chicago suburb.
Omaha Airport Authority officials urged travelers to check with their airlines or go online at www.flyoma.com to see whether their flights have been affected.
Officials say Friday's early morning fire started in the basement of the Chicago Air Route Traffic Control Center in Aurora, forcing evacuation of the center. More than 850 flights had been canceled in Chicago alone, and more cancellations were expected.
Meet the newest additions to the Lincoln Children's Zoo in Nebraska. The zoo is running a contest to name the furry red panda twins. Buzz60's Leigh Scheps (@LeighTVReporter) has the adorable video.
On Saturday, Sept. 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the public will have a chance to get rid of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs at the Broken Bow Police Department, 116 South 11th Avenue.
BBPD and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) are holding the Take Back event to encourage local citizens to dispose of prescription drugs in a safe and responsible way. The Police Department will be accepting pills for disposal (The DEA cannot accept liquids, needles or sharps, or any aerosol containers).
This service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.
Lincolnâ€”The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health, has revoked the license of a child care provider in an emergency order issued last week.
Fae Beaumont, 43852 Paulsen Road, Broken Bow, canâ€™t provide care for any children other than her own.
She may request a hearing within 15 days of the receipt of the emergency revocation order and will be afforded a hearing within 10 days of the request, unless a continuance is granted.
BROKEN BOW CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
BROKEN BOW MUNICIPAL BUILDING
TUESDAY â€“ SEPTEMBER 23, 2014
Agenda items include:
â€˘ Approval of Request for SDL by G4C, LLC. (Cobblestone) for a beer tasting on Oct. 11, 2014 between the hours of 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.
â€˘ Discussion of Logo for City Vehicles and possible adoption of Resolution 2014-19
â€˘ Resolution 2014-18 certifying that Airport Authority will be able to levy a tax for purpose of securing bond payment in the amount of $225.000 for construction at the Broken Bow Airport
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) â€” A major Nebraska health insurer has been unable to come to terms with one of the state's biggest medical networks, so thousands of people are either facing significantly higher costs or changing doctors.
No talks have been held since the contract between Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska and Catholic Health Initiatives expired Sept. 1. So the facilities and doctors affiliated with Catholic Health Initiatives are no longer part of the Blue Cross network.
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (AP) â€” Several Nebraska U.S. Senate hopefuls took shots at Republican frontrunner Ben Sasse during a final pre-election debate that focused heavily on guns, immigration and free trade.
The debate in North Platte highlighted sharp differences between Sasse and Democratic nominee Dave Domina, while allowing the two independent candidates equal time to make their cases.
The Associated Press Nebraska high school football rankings in Classes A through D-2. Listings include name of school, season record, previous week's ranking, previous week's result and this week's opponent (NR-not ranked). The rankings are based on a formula that includes ratings from the Omaha World-Herald and Lincoln Journal Star plus experts for each class. Class A: Dale Miller, Grand Island Independent. Class B: Jeff Fielder, Scottsbluff Star-Herald. Class C1: Tom Behmer, Norfolk Daily News. Class C2: Brent Wasinius, Fremont Tribune. Class D1: Andrew Bottrell, North Platte Telegraph.