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'I’ve had this. You don’t want it:' 26-year-old who had COVID-19 urges everyone to take virus seriously

Still recovering, Sarah Michael-Rush  doesn’t think people here take COVID-19 seriously enough.

“Most places in Kearney require a mask, but anywhere masks aren’t required, not a lot of people are wearing them,” she said. “Walmart requires them, but I was in there the other day and I counted five people walking around without them. I wanted to go up and say to them, ‘I’ve had this. You don’t want it.’”

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Two teens killed in crash south of Hastings

Killed in the collision were Hastings High School senior Daniel Carpenter, 17, and Anahi Solis, 19. Solis was a 2020 graduate of Sutton (Nebraska) High School.

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'The right house will come to you': 24-year-old shares journey of becoming a Kearney homeowner

KEARNEY — Anyone thinking about becoming a homeowner should talk with Renee Craft.

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Elwood man found guilty of stealing from employer

In December, he originally was charged with felony theft of more than $5,000. But the charge was reduced to a lesser felony earlier this month in exchange for his plea.

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A mooving story: Rare triplets born to cow on Hoskins, Nebraska farm

Triplet calves occur in only 1 out of about 100,000 bovine births.

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Domestic disturbance Friday leads to knife cutting, arrest

The man was treated and released and later arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor third-degree assault.

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Robert Trump, president’s younger brother, dies at 71

The younger Trump, a businessman known for an even keel that seemed almost incompatible with the family name, died Saturday night after being hospitalized in New York.

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Postmaster general says USPS will 'suspend' policy changes until after November election

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy announced Tuesday he would “suspend” his initiatives until after the election “to avoid even the appearance of impact on election mail.”

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Bald eagle shows air superiority, sends government drone into Lake Michigan

A bald eagle launched an aerial assault on a drone operated by a Michigan environmental agency, ripping off a propeller and sending the aircraft into Lake Michigan.

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