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After putting in 60 or more hours of work, eight Bellevue students were honored May 9 at the annual Congressional Award ceremony at the Bellevue Public Schools Welcome Center.
The award recognizes people age 14 to 24 through six levels of awards: Bronze, Silver and Gold Certificates and Bronze, Silver and Gold Medals.
Angry protestors decided to pay a visit to the home of Rep. Jeff Fortenberry, R-Neb., Thursday, leaving a vulgar sign that he would later tweet and condemn.
Fortenberry’s 11-year-old daughter first discovered the sign, prompting the family to report the incident to local authorities.
A section of biking and hiking trail from Beatrice to Barneston is now owned by the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska.
A deed ceremony last week capped a Remembrance Walk tribal members took across the state.
Tribal chairman Larry Wright Junior says it was inspiring to be with fellow members every day on the walk that stretched from Niobrara to Barneston.
BARNESTON, Nebraska — For so long, this sliver of land has pierced the hearts of the Ponca people.
As ambassadors who have represented the United States at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), we know how it contributes to U.S. national security. We therefore applaud Representatives Jeff Fortenberry, Bill Foster and Pete Visclosky for cosponsoring H.Res.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Members of Nebraska’s congressional delegation made a special point to welcome and thank the Vietnam War veterans participating in Monday’s Honor Flight to the nation’s capital.
The writer, of Lincoln, represents Nebraska’s 1st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
A nonprofit backed by influential Omaha business leaders has committed $30 million to a partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs to build an ambulatory care clinic on the grounds of the Omaha VA hospital.
Rep. Fortenberry Introduced HR1221 to Foster Peace between the Israeli – Palestinian People
Reps. Adrian Smith and Jeff Fortenberry spoke Wednesday on the House floor in memory of Ambassador Clayton Yeutter.
Here are their remarks:
Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
I rise in memory of Ambassador Clayton Yeutter, a native of Eustis, Nebraska, who recently passed away after a hard-fought battle with cancer.