The Nebraska Association of School Boards and Gov. Pete Ricketts said threats and acts of violence against school officials should be dealt with by local law enforcement, not the federal government.
Emily Ethington, a 25-year-old who was appointed by Gov. Pete Ricketts to run elections in Nebraska's third-largest county, said she has always had “a passion for service and community involvement.”
Our tax code favors the wealthy, needlessly burdening the rest of society, a Pulse writer says.
Getting a vaccine or wearing a mask is as much about our collective society as it is a personal benefit, a Pulse writer says.
Having teachers from diverse background serves the public interest in Nebraska, a Pulse writer says.
The volunteer lawyer effort to help in eviction court has tremendous value for our community, a Pulse writer says.
Nebraska’s Legislature must reflect the complexity of our state in the 21st century. The way to achieve that is through responsible redistricting. Lawmakers and the governor must not fail.
Nebraska GOP could use leaders like Kay Orr and Charlie Thone again rather than the present-day leadership, a Pulse writer says.
Don't put residents in state institutions at further risk, a Pulse writer says, pointing to her personal connection to the Beatrice center.
The resignation of the trust's longtime director is the latest in a series of troubling developments besetting environmental management.
A statewide economic-development initiative calls for cuts in Nebraska's individual and corporate income taxes, among other steps. But the sweeping proposal is drawing some concerns and criticism.
Men should stop and consider the burdens that are sometimes placed on women in social situations, a Pulse writer says.
Gov. Pete Ricketts' office vowed to fight any attempt by President Joe Biden to direct the Nebraska's management of the COVID pandemic.
Ensuring election integrity through voter ID makes tremendous sense, a Pulse writer says.
The Nebraska Governor’s Office's approval of press credentials for NOISE Omaha effectively ends a saga that had raised alarm from press freedom advocates and scholars.
Gov. Pete Ricketts is sending the wrong signal about conservation in the state.
The Afghan interpreters provided an immense service at risk of their lives, a Pulse writer says. Also, a Vietnam veteran remembers a kindness.
Omaha leaders need to closely scrutinize the ORBT and streetcar issues, Pulse writers say.
"I was able to bring my mom to a game even though walking long distances is difficult for her," a Pulse writer says.
A Nebraska man writes the Pulse to describe his inspiration from fellow Americans.
This year's College World Series was needlessly harmed, Pulse writers say, because people irresponsibly neglected the need for vaccination.
Modern practices threaten fair prices for College World Series tickets, a Public Pulse writer says. Another writes that an electronic ticket worked fine for him.
Pulse writers have sharply differing views on the value of Omaha bus service.
Gov. Pete Ricketts recognized 31 Nebraska high school students for perfect ACT scores.
Nebraska benefits from efforts such as the Conservation Reserve Program and conservation easements, a Pulse writer says.