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Youth & Family

Most Rural Nebraskans Skeptical About New Health Insurance Law

Most rural Nebraskans have health insurance and a majority think the nation will be worse off under the new health care law, though many also acknowledge they don't sufficiently understand the law, according to the 2013 Nebraska Rural Poll.

2013 State 4-H Horse Exposition at Fonner State Park

Representing more than 50 counties across Nebraska, 390 exhibitors will gather in Grand Island, Neb., July 14-18 to compete in the 2013 Fonner State Park State 4-H Horse Exposition.

Program Uses Soybean as a Model for Teachers

A program aims to show elementary teachers how to better incorporate relevant science into their classrooms by using the soybean as a model.

Parts of State See an Increase in Mosquito Population

More rain has eased Nebraska's drought woes, but it also led to an increase in the state's mosquito population.

Compound and Recurve Archery: Two of Many Events at 4-H Invitational

Robin Hood used it to steal from the rich and give to the needy, but its uses are not limited to just thievery.

2013 4-H District Horse Shows Start June 11

Nebraska horse riders will compete June 11-14 and June 18-19 in University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension 4-H District Horse Shows.

UNL to Host Weather Camp for Youth

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's School of Natural Resources will host a week-long Weather Camp that teaches students ages 10-14 about weather and science-related topics.

Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program Announces Scholarship Recipients

The Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has awarded 15 students with scholarships; six were recognized as Engler Scholars and thus will receive renewable awards while nine were awarded one-time scholarships.