Indigenous women are going missing at an alarming rate

Reprinted from the March Network page 1 & 3 NoraFitzsimmons     Indigenous women have gone missing or been murdered at an alarming rate across the United States. Only about 11 percent of students out of the 253 surveyed in the February/March Survey felt informed about the status of missing Native American women in the U.S., yet… Read More Indigenous women are going missing at an alarming rate

Flooding in Nebraska: impacting local lives a year later

ChloeHerbert Ruining 27 state bridges, approximately 200 miles of pavement and creating more than $1 billion in damages, according to the US Department of Transportation, the Nebraska flood of 2019 became the worst natural disaster in the state’s history. Its impact was astronomical as the Missouri, Elkhorn and Platte Rivers destroyed thousands of homes, farms… Read More Flooding in Nebraska: impacting local lives a year later

Flooding devastation impacts Nebraska, members of the Marian community

By MaggieChurilla Living in Nebraska has its perks, but it also has its inconveniences. During the harsh winter months, residents of the Midwest got to enjoy, or more so dread dreary weather and snow- lots of it. As the sun started to shine and the temperature increased, the snow and ice covering most of the… Read More Flooding devastation impacts Nebraska, members of the Marian community

Tariffs and soybeans: a Nebraska farmer’s worst nightmare

Lily Blake Trade influences everything. The computers you type on, the cars you drive, the food you eat and more. In April 2018, President Trump released a list of more than 1,000 Chinese products that he planned to put tariffs on to punish China for restricting U.S. investment valuing. These tariffs are valued at over… Read More Tariffs and soybeans: a Nebraska farmer’s worst nightmare