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Nebraska will dole out officer hiring bonuses

The Grand Island Independent 22 Feb 2024
Under a law passed in 2023 by the Nebraska Legislature, new ... The retention program will provide a $1,500 stipend for any Nebraska law enforcement officer who’s been certified for at least a year.
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Congressman Flood unveils 'Back the Blue' initiative

The Grand Island Independent 22 Feb 2024
He said the state's First Responder Recruitment and Retention Act, which provides college tuition waivers for law enforcement and their families if they have been Nebraska residents for five years, is an example of how Nebraska rewards its officers.
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Flood unveils 'Back the Blue' initiative

The North Platte Telegraph 22 Feb 2024
He said the state's First Responder Recruitment and Retention Act, which provides college tuition waivers for law enforcement and their families if they have been Nebraska residents for five years, is an example of how Nebraska rewards its officers.
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Flood, Bostar work with Nebraska law enforcement to lure out-of-state officers

Norfolk Daily News 21 Feb 2024
Mike Flood, R-Neb., discuss a new state benefit they think will help recruit more out-of-state law enforcement officers to Nebraska ... Mike Flood, R-Neb., promotes the benefits Tuesday of out-of-state law enforcement officers moving to Nebraska.
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Flood unveils officer recruitment initiative

Lincoln Journal Star 21 Feb 2024
He said the state's First Responder Recruitment and Retention Act, which provides college tuition waivers for law enforcement and their families if they have been Nebraska residents for five years, is an example of how Nebraska rewards its officers.
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Nebraska Rep. Mike Flood unveils 'Back the Blue' initiative to help police recruitment

News-Press Now 21 Feb 2024
He said the state's First Responder Recruitment and Retention Act, which provides college tuition waivers for law enforcement and their families if they have been Nebraska residents for five years, is an example of how Nebraska rewards its officers.
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Details about Voter ID as Primary Election approaches

York News-Times 21 Feb 2024
The York County Clerk’s office and the Nebraska Secretary of State offer the following information.. Nebraska’s new voter ID law requires all registered Nebraska voters to present a photo Id when voting in an election in Nebraska.
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'I took responsibility'

Rapid City Journal 17 Feb 2024
This occurred on three occasions in which Ravnsborg was interacting with law enforcement officers or an agency..
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'I took responsibility': Jason Ravnsborg breaks silence during South Dakota Supreme Court hearing

Rapid City Journal 17 Feb 2024
This occurred on three occasions in which Ravnsborg was interacting with law enforcement officers or an agency..
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Stange Law Firm, PC Opens Family Law Office in Des Moines, Iowa in Polk County

GetNews 16 Feb 2024
... family law office located in Des Moines, Iowa in Polk County ... The multi-state divorce and family law firm operates offices throughout Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Indiana, and Iowa.
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Dinkins not seeking election

Fremont Tribune 16 Feb 2024
Under Nebraska state election law, incumbents are required to file papers seeking reelection or election to office by 5 p.m ... Non-incumbent candidates have until 5 p.m., Friday, March 1, to file candidacy papers for an elected office.
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Fremont council member Dinkins not seeking election in 2024

Fremont Tribune 16 Feb 2024
Under Nebraska state election law, incumbents are required to file papers seeking reelection or election to office by 5 p.m ... Non-incumbent candidates have until 5 p.m., Friday, March 1, to file candidacy papers for an elected office.
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Homicide suspect wants statements suppressed

Sioux City Journal 14 Feb 2024
HARTINGTON, Neb. — The woman charged in connection with a quadruple homicide in Laurel, Nebraska, is seeking to keep statements she made to law enforcement officers from being used against her at trial ... .
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Laurel homicide suspect wants statements to police suppressed

News-Press Now 14 Feb 2024
— The woman charged in connection with a quadruple homicide in Laurel, Nebraska, is seeking to keep statements she made to law enforcement officers from being used against her at trial.
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