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Veterans living in rural Nebraska may have to drive hundreds of miles to reach the nearest Veterans Affairs facility, but Senators at the state capitol are trying to change that. A resolution introduced by Sen. Merv Riepe of Ralston urges the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs to offer more health care opportunities for veterans who live in rural areas….
Despite slimmer margins and pressure from falling gas prices, ethanol plants churned out the corn-based fuel at record-breaking rates last month... 
Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD) encourages area residents to have their homes tested for radon during January, which is Radon Action Month. SWNPHD is working with the U.S. Environmental Agency (EPA) on a nationwide campaign to educate Americans about the dangers of radon exposure. 
The Nebraska Lottery distributed more than $35 million to various state funds in 2014.  Officials said Friday that the payments now total more than $544 billion since the Nebraska Lottery began operating 1993....
The McCook Area Chamber of Commerce has opened nominations for the various prestigious awards to be presented at the 90th Annual Awards Banquet scheduled for February 7, 2015.  The deadline for your nomination is January 16, 2015....
USDA Rural Development State Director Maxine Moul announces that $60.7 million was delivered to Nebraska in federal fiscal year 2014 through its Community Programs.  The total Community Programs portfolio reflects $450 million in funding since 1996 and all projects are in good standing...
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