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Hello Helaine and Joe :I am cleaning out my grandparent's estate and would appreciate your input and value on this vase. It is 9 ½ inches long…

Nestled amid the breathtaking landscapes at Lake Waukomis, Missouri, our design manager Carlie's home is a haven that brings her dream of livi…

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The U.S. and its European allies are importing vast amounts of nuclear compounds and products from Russia, giving Moscow hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue as it wages war on Ukraine. Trade data and experts say Russia sold $1.7 billion in nuclear products to firms in the U.S. and Europe. The sales have raised alarms from nonproliferation experts and elected officials who say the imports help to bankroll the development of Moscow’s nuclear arsenal and complicate efforts to curtail Russia’s war-making abilities. The dependence on Russian uranium and other nuclear products leaves the U.S. and its allies open to energy shortages if Russian President Vladimir Putin were to cut supplies.

With the “Barbie” movie kicking up sparkle dust, I’d like to go on record thanking Barbie for my brief foray into sewing.

KEARNEY — Nebraska is ideally situated to become a hub for the growing bio-manufacturing industry, if it can grow its workforce and meet a rising demand for reducing the carbon footprint of products, those attending the Governor’s Ag and Economic Development Summit were told Wednesday. Business leaders, along with Gov. Jim Pillen, said that Nebraska […]

The post Governor, business leaders tout potential to grow ‘bio-manufacturing’ industry in Nebraska appeared first on Nebraska Examiner.

The specific terms of a pipeline company’s contracts with ethanol plants in Iowa are key to a decision about whether it deserves a permit to build, an administrative law judge has decided. As such, the judge said last week that Summit Carbon Solutions should be required to provide that information to the Iowa Farm Bureau […]

The post Judge says Summit should reveal to stakeholders its deals with ethanol plants appeared first on Nebraska Examiner.

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is spending more than $3 billion to cultivate more American farmers and forest landowners as partners to mitigate climate change — even while some Republicans on Capitol Hill try to stop the program entirely. The administration launched a new farm program, Partnerships for Climate Smart Commodities, this year. It is […]

The post USDA’s climate grants for farms and forests run into Republican buzzsaw appeared first on Nebraska Examiner.

CHINA TRADE: China's exports plunged by 14.5% in July compared with a year earlier, adding to pressure on the ruling Communist Party to revers…

Attorneys general in Iowa and Nebraska have filed suit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to force it to end the federal waiver for a common ethanol blend to be sold during the summer in those states. Here’s the idea behind the lawsuit: Eliminating that waiver would force refiners to reduce the volatility of gasoline […]

The post Iowa and Nebraska sue EPA to end E10 volatility waiver appeared first on Nebraska Examiner.

The Fremont Police Department is stocking up on gear which would be used for riot control or dealing with barricaded suspects. The department is set to likely receive approval Tuesday night to make more than $7,000 in purchases to three companies.

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