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Bankruptcies tick up

Nebraska filings rise for the first time in eight years   MATT OLBERDING - Lincoln Journal Star     Bankruptcy filings rose slightly last year in Nebraska, the first increase in eight years.      According to statistics posted on the website of the U.S....

Farm bill may be passed soon

Steve Karnowski - The Associated Press    SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. - A key congressional voice on agriculture, U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson of Minnesota said Tuesday that he's optimistic that lawmakers can pass a new farm bill next week after a delay caused by...

Early care boost

Two new programs to expand child care in the community by Margaret Reist - Lincoln Journal Star    Two new programs - one made possible by a federal grant and the other from gifts from the Lincoln Community Foundation - will expand child care in Lincoln,...

Thanskgiving Hours

Wednesday November 21st - Open 8am-3pm Thursday November 22nd - CLOSED Friday November 23rd - CLOSED

Going down

Lincoln homeowner to pay less in taxes NANCY HICKS - Lincoln Journal Star  Property taxes on many Lincoln homes will actually drop next year, primarily because the Lincoln Public Schools, the biggest local property tax user, reduced its tax rate by almost...

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