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Savvy’s new single

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Dogs that sniff out bed bugs make an unusual business

Dogs that sniff out bed bugs make an unusual business

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Open House for Dr. Rick Jackson Thursday

Open House for Dr. Rick Jackson Thursday

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SENCA moves

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Ballfield clean-up March 28

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Emily Sisco excited about her new job

Emily Sisco excited about her new job

Emily Sisco is very excited and honored to be named City Attorney.

“I am confident I can represent this city with professionalism and integrity. I’m grateful for the opportunity the Council has given me,” she said in an email interview.

Sisco was raised in Bellevue, Nebraska. While in college she met her husband, Tim, and they have three children together. Tim grew up in Burchard and most of his family still lives in the area.

 

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Karly Black and her struggle with a rare disease

Karly Black and her struggle with a rare disease

Rare Disease Day takes place on the last day of February each year. The main objective of Rare Disease Day is to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients' lives. There are over 300 million people living with one or more of over 6,000 identified rare diseases around the world. This is the story of just one person and how their rare disease has pushed them to advocate for change.

I was clinically diagnosed with Hypohidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia (HED) at about age of two. It was a dentist who suggested to my parents that I may have HED due to my lack of tooth development and he suggested we visit with a geneticist. HED affects the sweat glands, teeth, hair, and skin of an individual and each person expresses it a bit differently. In my case I have very limited sweat glands, I am missing six teeth in the front of my mouth, my hair is very thin and brittle, and my skin is sensitive.

 

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LCS art students experience variety of media

That is the way Art Teacher Heather Campbell of Lewiston Consolidated Schools sees the role art plays in our lives.

From the graphics we see on our phones, clothing, televisions, and video games to the architecture of the buildings we occupy daily, there is the world of art, she said.

“It is important for students to be exposed to art so that they can look at the world around them from a different perspective. Art is not just about drawing or how “good” you are at it. It’s about understanding how we live in creative space no matter where we are. Art ties into every academic subject area taught and learned in school. It can be an outlet to express one’s emotions, as well as help visual learners grasp knowledge, they may not have been able to attain through text or lecture,” she said in an email interview.

 

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Palmtag comes to this area talking issues

Janet Palmtag is making her presence known in Pawnee County.

The Nebraska City businesswoman is running for District 1 Legislature against Dennis Schaardt and incumbent Julie Slama.

She has been to Pawnee County often talking with citizens and will be here in the coming weeks and months, often at Shirley’s Restaurant.

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Natalie and Jordan Droge find heart health for their son

Natalie and Jordan Droge find heart health for their son

Editor’s note: This story is written by Natalie Droge about her son, Garrison for our Heart Month feature. She and her husband, Jordan, have had their lives deeply affected by their son’s Hypoplastic Heart Syndrome and this is their story.)

On March 10, 2016 our lives changed forever. We found out that our unborn son had a congenital heart defect called Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS). This means his left ventricle of his heart did not form correctly. The doctors say he would be born with half a heart, and to correct this defect, he would have to have three open heart surgeries before he was five years old.

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