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1 year ago

20 Photos of the hottest Nebraska college football cheerleaders in 2014

The following is a slideshow of 20 photos of the hottest Nebraska Cornhuskers college football cheerleaders in 2014. Some of the photos in the slideshow are from prior years.

20 Photos of the hottest Nebraska college football cheerleaders in 2014

Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images

As you can see in the photos, Nebraska has some of the hottest cheerleaders in college football this season. Hope you enjoy the photos, and watch for the beautiful women in the photos at Nebraska Cornhuskers college football games this season.

20 Photos of the hottest Nebraska college football cheerleaders in 2014

Nebraska played its first college football game in 1890 when they defeated the Omaha YMCA, 10-0, on Thanksgiving. The team had great success right form the start, and, at the beginning of the 2014 college football season, Nebraska had an overall record of 867-357-40 (.702).

To date, Nebraska has laid claim to five national college football titles (1970, 1971, 1994, 1995, 1997). There is no doubt that Nebraska is one of the premier teams in college football. There are currently 19 former Nebraska players in the NFL today, and the Cornhuskers have sent over 330 players into the NFL over the years.

Nebraska plays its home games in Memorial Stadium, which is one of the largest stadiums in the Big Ten in 2014. Cheering the team on at home games are the hot Nebraska cheerleaders.

In addition to performing at college football games, the Nebraska Cornhuskers cheerleaders also perform at college basketball games. Some of the photos in the slideshow are of Nebraska cheerleaders at basketball games, but most of the same women cheer at both events annually.

Hope you enjoy the photos of the hottest Nebraska Cornhuskers cheerleaders in 2014. Watch for the beautiful women from the photos at Nebraska college football games this season.

http://www.examiner.com/article/20-photos-of-the-hottest-nebraska-college-football-cheerleaders-2014

1 year ago

Nebraska Tractor Test Lab: eighty-six years and going strong.

The Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory (NTTL) was established in 1920in response to the Nebraska Tractor Test Act of 1919, which required allagricultural tractors sold and advertised in Nebraska to havemanufacturers' performance claims verified by the Nebraska TractorTest Lab. The act was vigorously sponsored by W. F. Crozier (a staterepresentative who in 1916 purchased a tractor that did not perform asadvertised) and fellow senator Charles Warner.

From humble beginnings ...

The first tractor successfully tested in the lab was in 1920--a John Deere Waterloo Boy. The original tractor test lab facility was intended to be only temporary and was erected very quickly, how

1 year ago

Trevizo, Gil E.

Gil E. Trevizo, 73, of Lincoln, passed away Oct. 7, 2015. He was born Sept. 8, 1942 in Hurley, N.M. to Alfredo and Josefa (Enriquez) Trevizo. He worked professionally as a chemist for Asarco and a city planner for El Paso, Texas. He graduated from Technical High School, El Paso and the University of Texas as a political science major also in El Paso. He served his country in the U.S. Marines during the 1960s and then served in both the U.S. Army and Marine Reserves. For many years he was a board member of the Police Advisory Committee in Lincoln.

He married Rachel (Lopez) Trevizo on Dec. 18, 1970. They were married for almost 45 years and enjoyed dancing, playing Bunko, camping, volunteering at church and enjoying their family.

He is survived by his wife Rachel; son Gil Trevizo Jr. (Jeannine), Concord, Calif.; daughters Renee Becker (Jason), Seward, and Sarah Trevizo, Lincoln; sister Emma Montes (Orlando) and brother Tomas (Cecelia), all of El Paso; many friends and relatives. He was a loving husband and father and will be missed greatly.

Rosary, 7 p.m. Sunday at Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home. Mass, 10:30 a.m. Monday St. Mary's Catholic Church, Lincoln.

Many thanks to HoriSun Hospice staff: Maria Olivas, Molly Turek, and Father Dietrich of Saint Mary's for their attentive and loving care. Memorials, in lieu of flowers are requested to be sent to St Mary's Catholic Church and/or HoriSun Hospice of Lincoln.

http://journalstar.com/lifestyles/announcements/obituaries/trevizo-gil-e/article_456aeda3-80a7-555f-9481-8ae863325c2a.html

1 year ago

Lincoln, NE Man Turns Hardship Into Happiness | HooplaHa

Pepe Fierro had fallen on hard times. Upon relocating to Lincoln, NE, he discovered the apartment he was moving into did not exist, and was forced to sleep in the backseat of his car. At the moment when Pepe had nothing more to lose, he decided to follow his passion for art, food and design and open Pepe's Bistro!

Pepe, now an "architect of food," adopted a unique spin on traditional Mexican recipes and exclusively offers vegetarian Mexican food! He didn't stop there! While walking around his new community, he noticed how many other people were also commuting by foot and began collecting and fixing up old bicycles. Before he knew it, he was no longer just a restauranteur, but also the proud owner of the Lincoln Bike Kitchen! Pepe is determined to do what he loves while creating a sense of community and well-being for the people around him.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/hooplaha/lincoln-ne-man-turns-hardship-into-happiness_b_7452920.html

1 year ago

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Dominguez found in Omaha, Nebraska | News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Sat, 30 May 2015 03:00:00 GMT

The search is over for a Jefferson City boy who Police say was abducted by his non-custodial mother.



Jefferson City police say two-year-old Colton Lee Dominguez and his mother, Billie Jo Linhart were found around 2:15 Friday afternoon in Omaha, Nebraska.

Authorities in Jefferson City received a tip on their location about an hour before.

The Omaha Police Department's Child Victim/Sexual Assault Unit took both into custody without incident.

KRCG 13 spoke to Colton's legal guardian and grandmother, Julie Cochell, on Thursday regarding his abduction

"Last Sunday he went missing and he had to be returned by court by 4 PM, mother failed to return by court?| had sent a text stating that she had been to the sheriff's department and she would see me in court and we have not heard from since."

Jefferson City Police issued an endangered advisory Thursday afternoon after they received a tip that Colton could be in danger.

They did not specify what that danger could have been.

Cochell says, Linhart has a history of drug problems.

"She has tested positive for meth and marijuana in a hair follicle test that was brought before court, um he did have a cigarette burn on his back when he was returned before that was testified and found in court, other than that she has an arrest record that can be checked on case net."



Colton was not returned to his legal guardian, Cochell following an unsupervised court ordered visit on May 17th.

Cochell explains, ??She had unsupervised visits every other week from Wednesday at 4 PM until Sunday at 4 PM?|those were court-ordered unsupervised every other week and we had no problems up until now with her returning him on time."

Cochell explained to us on Thursday, that the focus was Omaha because Linhart went there with her son once before she lost custody.

Cochell says, ??We had gone once before and gotten him from Nebraska when she had run with him once before and I was awarded temporary guardianship in that point in time, so this time I have full guardianship and she violated the court order."

The Jefferson City Police Department says arrangements are being made to bring Colton back to his grandmother.

Linhart will be brought back to Cole County Jail at a later date.On May 22nd, the Cole County pprosecutor charged her with felony child abduction.

Colton's family did not want to go on camera Friday about the matter, but say they are happy that he is safe and are thankful for the community's support.

http://krcgtv.com/news/story.aspx?id=1211419

1 year ago

Lincoln, NE Man Turns Hardship Into Happiness | HooplaHa

Pepe Fierro had fallen on hard times. Upon relocating to Lincoln, NE, he discovered the apartment he was moving into did not exist, and was forced to sleep in the backseat of his car. At the moment when Pepe had nothing more to lose, he decided to follow his passion for art, food and design and open Pepe's Bistro!

Pepe, now an "architect of food," adopted a unique spin on traditional Mexican recipes and exclusively offers vegetarian Mexican food! He didn't stop there! While walking around his new community, he noticed how many other people were also commuting by foot and began collecting and fixing up old bicycles. Before he knew it, he was no longer just a restauranteur, but also the proud owner of the Lincoln Bike Kitchen! Pepe is determined to do what he loves while creating a sense of community and well-being for the people around him.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/hooplaha/lincoln-ne-man-turns-hardship-into-happiness_b_7452920.html

1 year ago

Top Zoos in the United States

Are you looking for some of the top zoos in the United States? If yes, then you are at the right place. Just scroll down to get a list of the best zoos in the United States.

When I was a kid the most awaited day of the week was the day when my father used to take me and my brother to the nearby zoo. We used to get amaze on watching different types of animals and their activities filled us with enthusiasm. Like me all the people out there at least once in their lifetime must have visited zoos. A zoo is the best place to take your children as it helps them to learn and know more about the world around us.

Top 10 Zoos in the United States

There is a huge list of top zo

1 year ago

Oklahoma, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Kansas and Iowa State Sought To Join Big Ten in 2010

The Big 12 is always in danger of falling apart, by far the most unstable of the five major conferences in college athletics. Just about every major realignment rumor has, in some way or another, involved the Big 12 or Big 12 schools. Many of those rumors have turned out to be true. Over the past five years the conference has lost Nebraska, Colorado, Missouri and Texas A&M while gaining TCU and West Virginia.

Currently with ten members, Oklahoma president David Boren set realignment tongues wagging this summer when he publicly endorsed expanding. All sorts of articles followed, including this one at Outkick, analyzing the potential targets for the Big 12 and suggesting the confere

1 year ago

Nebraska Judge Halts TransCanada's Use Of Eminent Domain For Keystone Route



A Nebraska judge has issued a temporary injunction barring TransCanada from using eminent domain to force landowners to sell rights allowing the proposed Keystone XL pipeline on their property.



Pipeline owner TransCanada said it will suspend all eminent domain proceedings, including those against landowners who are not among those who sued the company. The company said in a statement that it will seek an accelerated schedule for a trial.

TransCanada filed paperwork in late January to begin using eminent domain to acquire land along the pipeline path from owners who didn't agree to sell rights to the company. This came shortly after the Nebraska state Supreme Court issued a decision that essentially cleared the way for the pipeline, though it left some open legal questions about the process the state had used to approve the route.

A group of landowners affected by the eminent domain claims filed a lawsuit last month in Holt County District Court and vow to keep fighting to throw out the state law that allowed the governor to approve the pipeline route.

Jane Kleeb, director of the anti-pipeline group Bold Nebraska, said in a statement Thursday that the temporary injunction is a "major win for landowners."

TransCanada said it had hoped to resolve the legal issues quickly. "During Keystone XLs six-and-a-half year review, we have followed every local, state and federal process, even as the goal posts have shifted numerous times," TransCanada spokesman Mark Cooper said in a statement. "All we have asked for is a clearly defined approval process for Keystone XL."

The company said that 90 percent of Nebraska landowners along the route have accepted "generous" offers to allow the pipeline on their land. "With that said, we are committed to working respectfully with all landowners as shown by todays decision to stay eminent domain actions until there is a final resolution of the plaintiffs claims," said Cooper.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/12/nebraska-transcanada-keystone-eminent-domain_n_6673552.html