“Our staff are just burning the candle at both ends and taking care of each other. We would like to honor the need for mental health for staff and students so we were asking for the 22nd and 23rd” of November off.
This notebook opens with a detailed chat with Matt Lubick on the offensive gameday operations, which he says have improved this season.
A mall official said it took the staff all morning to clean up the pumpkins, which will likely be replaced in the next couple of days ahead of the Oct. 23 Jack-O-Lantern Jubilee event.
After relentless opposition, the state board of education halted the standards' development Sept. 3. The only consensus is that the process failed to produce standards acceptable to all Nebraskans.
As Scott Frost discussed his interactions with Trev Alberts, it was difficult to avoid recollections of previous head coach-A.D. relationships.
NU coach Scott Frost didn't mince words about the need for better play by the O-line and special teams. But will it happen soon?
The building process at Nebraska hasn't been easy, Scott Frost says. "But from where we started to where we are now, we are a way better team." Hard to argue with that.
After missing one series, Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez returned to Saturday's game at Michigan State after a hard hit to his facemask area.
“Our staff and students need this opportunity to mentally and physically reset," she said.
COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have climbed to an average of more than 1,900 a day for the first time since early March, with experts saying the virus is preying largely on a distinct group: 71 million unvaccinated Americans.
"When there is talk of protesting my house and someone later pulls in front and takes a picture of my address while my daughter is home alone, she does not feel safe. When a car sits running in front of my house late at night … my family does not feel safe."
Asked whether leadership would implement the recommendations, Gov. Pete Ricketts' spokesperson, Taylor Gage, said only that the Governor’s Office and Department of Corrections are aware of the “note with his suggestions.”
“Decreases in staff have always led to violence, they’ve always led to death," said Jeff Seeley, a lieutenant at the prison in Tecumseh. "We have to do something about it.”
A report released by the Office of the Inspector General lays out the staffing situation in Nebraska's Department of Correctional Services: it has been bad for years, and it has gotten more dire.
Based on the average daily population in fiscal year 2021, according to the Nebraska Department of Corrections.
Woodbury County Sheriff Chad Sheehan said he won't require his staff to be vaccinated “against their will.”
Zookeepers spotted Jontu, an Indian rhino, outside of his enclosure at the Henry Doorly Zoo about 1 p.m. He was grazing in a behind-the-scenes area outside the rhino barn.
Timing and luck, as much as anything, have appeared to determine who escaped and who didn't — and which people are now in hiding in Afghanistan.
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While UNL did not require COVID shots this fall, 69% of students taking classes on campus uploaded their vaccine information to a voluntary registry, as well as 81% of faculty and 74% of staff.
Fremont Public Schools and Archbishop Bergan Catholic School announced Thursday that they had adjusted their COVID-19 protocols due to the inc…
Scammers purporting to be from the Boston Police Department — employing a phone number seemingly tied to the police force — told the 72-year-old his identity had been stolen and used to help fraudulently fund terrorist organizations.
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission officials warned that there may be additional wait times over the holiday weekend in other areas because of overall staff shortages at the park.