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Why America is making an appointment with ‘The Good Doctor’

Why America is making an appointment with ‘The Good Doctor’

November 30, 2017


Filed under Television

By Neal Justin Star Tribune (Minneapolis) (TNS) LOS ANGELES — Freddie Highmore has seen the light. After four years of playing a murderer-in-training on A&E’s “Bates Motel,” the actor has slipped into the scrubs of Shaun Murphy, the most beloved TV character to carry a stethoscope sin...

Northeast reaches out to international students following executive order

Northeast reaches out to international students following executive order

Josh Crim, Writer

January 31, 2017


Filed under Campus, Top Stories

President Donald Trump's new executive order on immigration and refugee resettlement was signed last Friday, and the order has caused concern among colleges across the country because of their  international students studying in America. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Nebraska-Omaha...

Might drug baron Chapo Guzman be sent to the United States?

January 14, 2016


Filed under National

By Tim Johnson McClatchy Foreign Staff (TNS) MEXICO CITY — Security agents Friday recaptured notorious drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, six months after his second prison escape, thrusting Mexico again into a debate over whether it can ensure he remains behind bars. Mexican marines ...

Romney 3.0? 10 reasons that’s a huge challenge

Romney 3.0? 10 reasons that’s a huge challenge

January 13, 2015


Filed under National

By David Lightman McClatchy Washington Bureau (TNS) WASHINGTON _ Mitt Romney has a lot more to worry about than Jeb Bush. Romney is moving toward a third presidential bid, and Bush's money and legion of family friends are only the most obvious obstacles. Romney faces a daunting series of other...

Russia’s History And Politics, Not U.S. Policies, Drive Putin In Ukraine, Book Argues

Russia’s History And Politics, Not U.S. Policies, Drive Putin In Ukraine, Book Argues

April 10, 2014


Filed under Books

By Roy Gutman McClatchy Washington Bureau (MCT) “Putin’s Wars: The Rise of Russia’s New Imperialism” by Marcel H. Van Herpen; Rowman Littlefield ($29.95) ——— WASHINGTON — In the U.S. debate over the Ukraine crisis, with its inward focus on which U.S. administration has b...

Northeast Community College Agriculture Students Attend Minnesota Conference

Northeast Community College Agriculture Students Attend Minnesota Conference

March 8, 2014


Filed under Activities

NORFOLK – Five Northeast Community College agriculture students attended the National Farmers Union (NFU) College Conference on Cooperatives recently. They were among more than 135 students from the United States and Puerto Rico to attend the conference in Minneapolis. The students learned how cooperative...

Health Insurance Enrollment Efforts Enter Their Final Month

Health Insurance Enrollment Efforts Enter Their Final Month

March 1, 2014


Filed under National

By Tony Pugh McClatchy Washington Bureau (MCT) WASHINGTON — After a horrendous start and months of playing catch-up against a barrage of political attacks, supporters of the Affordable Care Act have hit the homestretch in their six-month effort to educate and enroll millions of Americans in health i...

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