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Agustina Canamero, 81, and Pascual Perez, 84, hug and kiss through a plastic film screen at a nursing home in Spain in June. See how the AP's photographers documented the coronavirus pandemic's impact around the world in 2020.

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While many of us take care to set a nice table for the holiday, and perhaps create a seasonal centerpiece, this is a good year to take it up a notch to warm the homes of everyone celebrating with us virtually.

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CLAIM: In a July 17 tweet, President Donald Trump says he is “SO MAD” the Pentagon abolished the Confederate flag and calls the flag a symbol of love.

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Newsletter produced June 6, 7 and 8 by the cub reporters in the News Reporting class at Kids Summer Institute. (Click on image and then download PDF(

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SCOTTSBLUFF — In the near future, people can expect to see drones buzzing through the skies carrying out a number of different tasks, Wayne Woldt, director of the Nebraska Unmanned Aircraft Innovation, Research and Education (NU-AIRE) laboratory at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, told an audience at the Midwest Theater Thursday evening during the Science on Screen event,“Flying Farmhands: The Future of Drone Technology in Agriculture.”

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With commodity prices declining, and every bushel or pound of crop production becomes more vital to the success of your operation, aerial imaging is one tool that could improve management decisions. While our grandfathers were limited to what they saw when they walked through a field, today’s producers have the advantage of “eyes in the sky” that can discover problems almost immediately.

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When I had absolutely no idea what I would write about this week, a friendly face came through the door of the Gazette seeking my assistance. …

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 ASHLAND – For 20 years, Pamela Pryzbysz has dreamed of sharing her beauty and fashion knowledge with others.

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