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Get the information you need for an effective and winning campaign when you attend the NREA Candidate Training School held in Lexington on November 19, 2021. Whether you’re interested in a local election or a state election, this class will help you learn more about the process and develop a successful plan.

This class is open to the public and hosted by the Nebraska Rural Electric Association.  Registration is required and the fee is $50 for the one day class. For full details download the form here.

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Need help with bills?

Need help with bills?

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Weatherization Assistance Program installs energy efficiency measures in the homes of qualifying homeowners free of charge. The Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska administers these funds. The mission of WAP is to reduce energy...

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Clean diesel rebates available now through January 13, 2022

Clean diesel rebates available now through January 13, 2022

Nebraskans looking to upgrade their diesel irrigation engines to electric motors may receive a rebate through the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy. The application period is October 1, 2021, through January 13, 2022. The NDEE's Clean Diesel Rebate Program...

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Sassy Sisters Swine offers direct-to-consumer pork products

Sassy Sisters Swine offers direct-to-consumer pork products

Two sisters, one business dream: To sell pork raised on their Sumner family farm while sharing their passion for agriculture. The business, Sassy Sisters Swine, was founded in August 2020 by Mekenzie and Mattison Beattie. Mekenzie is a University of Nebraska-Lincoln...

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