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New country in need of help

Justin Yost, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016

Buey Tut took to the front of Gardner Auditorium yesterday (March 1) in front of a packed house, to talk about the world’s newest country, South Sudan.   Tut, a University of Nebraska-Omaha alumnus, is the executive...

A futuristic tale with a strong female character

Steele Giles, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016

In the far, far future, when there’s a vaccine for cancer and gravity is something you can surf on, our navies will apparently get on like they did in the nineteenth century—all broadsides and relatively slow maneuvering.   The...

Radon levels are high in Nebraska and Wayne’s no exception

Courtney Upah, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016

Although radon levels are high in Wayne, this is not specific to our town or county.   High levels of the gas have been found in most of Nebraska.   It is important to keep track of radon levels because it can...

Food isn’t the issue, it’s control

Courtney Upah, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016

Last week was national eating disorder week, and Linda Wetzel, registered dietitian and licensed medical nutrition therapist, gave a presentation about understanding eating disorders on Wednesday.   “Food is not the...

Active Minds fighting mental illness

Chantal Lawson, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, there were a total of 43.6 million adults, aged 18 or older, with some mental illness in 2014. It’s now 2016, and these numbers have risen to a whopping 26 percent nationwide.   Along...

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