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Hawley and Jurgens, who are divorced and have three kids together, have served on the board together since January. While some may picture a divorced couple being cutthroat, Hawley said he and Jurgens have learned to “be adults” and do what is best for their children.
A former work space will be transformed into a learning space.
Central Community College–Hastings students have the opportunity to do more hands-on learning related to industry thanks to a renovation project. The college hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday for the renovated Hamilton Building, which is home to the Hastings campus’ advanced manufacturing design technology (AMDT) and welding technology programs. A 17,000-square-foot addition was constructed on the south side of the existing facility to house the AMDT program. A 15,000-square-foot renovation of the existing building followed and it houses the welding technology program.
Grand Island schools are keeping kids safe and warm despite the recent cold weather.
Eusebia Garcia was a lot more shy three years ago than she is now.
Northwest Public Schools will be moving forward with bids for a potential science rooms renovation project at Northwest High School.
Knickrehm Elementary School fifth-graders were able to learn about the Nebraska Legislature from a state senator as part of a talk Monday afternoon.
This Valentine’s Day, many people may choose to give candy.
Nebraska Extension hopes to revitalize and promote Fourth Street as part of a new project.
The Grand Island Public Schools Board of Education was able to hear about the district’s facilities projects for fiscal 2020-21 during its board meeting Thursday night. Dan Petsch, director of buildings and grounds, said there are a total 47 projects across the district at various buildings.