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I spoke to the Nebraska Council of School Administrators meeting in Lincoln on December 6th. Sens. Kolterman, Bolz, and Schumacher also addressed the group. Here is “Professor” Schumacher.
Maria Talero, president of the Norris FFA chapter, addressed the Farm City Breakfast of the Kiwanis Club on November 21.
State senators were together at the annual Legislative Council on November 16-17, held this year on UNL East Campus; learning more about issues we will face in the upcoming session.
On November 8th, my staff attended the IANR Fall Summit which focused on building partnerships to find sustainable and creative solutions to critical issues in Nebraska.
As one of the speakers at the Homestead National Monument on Eclipse Day, August 21st, I talked with Bill Nye, the Science Guy.
Official proclamation for the eclipse, visible in much of Nebraska and especially District 30, on Monday, August 21st. Lora Young, director of the Beatrice Chamber of Commerce joined me as Lt. Gov. Foley presented the documents.
The Lincoln, Omaha and Nebraska State Chambers of Commerce sponsored their annual Federal Legislative Summit on August 9th at the SAC Museum. Congressmen Smith and Fortenberry, and Senators Fisher and Sasse addressed the gathering.
The history of Lancaster and Gage counties, from the 1930’s publication “Nebraska in the Making” by Mike Parks.
Sen. Baker addressed a break-out session of 2017 Boys State in the Capitol today, June 9.
Over 150 antique tractors paraded around the Capitol this afternoon, June 9, as part of the state’s Sesquicentennial celebration.
Sen. Baker addressed the business meeting at Mosaic in Beatrice on Friday, June 2nd. Residents, family and staff were celebrating Mosaic’s annual Home Day with games and food.
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