Category: Children & Education

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Water for Food

Daugherty Global Institute at the University of Nebraska by Jesse Starita, Molly Nance and Dana Ludvik For generations, Nebraska farmers have made the most of their water resources through irrigation. In recent years, variable rate irrigation (VRI)—which enables farmers to...

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Lincoln’s Colleges

Lincoln is the proud capital of Nebraska. But it’s a college town too. From the flagship campus of Nebraska’s state university to our smaller private and public schools, Lincoln offers a variety of higher education opportunities to expand knowledge, skills...

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Prosper Lincoln

A Shared Community Agenda Focus for community betterment by year 2020 concentrates on Early Childhood, Employment Skills and Innovation by Teresa Ingram A couple of years ago, a group of Lincoln leaders began talking about Lincoln’s vital signs, from its...

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College Town

Lincoln isn’t just the state capital, it’s a college town too. From Nebraska’s state university to our smaller private and public schools, Lincoln offers a variety of higher education opportunities to expand knowledge, skills and career opportunities. The University of...

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The Lincoln Boys Choir

by Paige Cornwell The Lincoln Boys Choir may be based in the Capitol City, but their beautiful voices have been heard around the world. The Lincoln Boys Choir is a performing group with 120 boys ranging in ages from 8...