Hansen touts using veterans to help with teacher shortage


Paul Hammel  Nebraska Examiner LINCOLN — The number of teaching jobs in Nebraska left vacant or filled by less than fully qualified instructors rose significantly in 2022, according to a recent state survey. Many of those vacancies

GOP conducts State Central Committee meeting


The Nebraska Republican Party conducted its State Central Committee meeting on Saturday in Elkhorn. The Nebraska GOP State Central Committee has more than 150 members from 51 equally populated districts throughout the state. Local representatives to the

Lorraine F. Schwanke

Lorraine F. Schwanke, 91, of Fremont,  formerly of Omaha, passed away Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023, at her home surrounded by family and friends. She was born at home June 23, 1931, in Linwood to Marlin and Lena