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Residents take concealed carry course for protection

A community in a rural area northwest of Hastings is taking a stand to put an end to crime. A few residents are taking concealed carry courses as protection.


A new audit says Nebraska tourism officials used state money to reimburse a marketing firm for alcohol and cigarettes, accepted meals from contractors and paid $44,000 in speaking fees for a 90-minute speech by a corporate executive.


SPS hired the firm McPherson and Jacobsen, LLC to assist in the district's upcoming superintendent search, with interviews starting on May 3, according to a press release.


After a number of burglaries in a rural area northwest of Hastings, a community is working together to put an end to the crime. Criminals targeted one home Thursday and officials said three or more suspects fled the scene.



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