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Elections and our subsequent right to vote are part of our identity as United States citizens. Along with that comes our right of expression. Some of us keep our candidate of choice to ourselves … more
Sitting in a coffee shop in Fremont on Sunday evening preparing for the coming week, I was intrigued by the people who came in.  One woman was dressed in a floor-length gown with her head … more
Part of being a high-profile politician is having the ability to voice your goals, plans and ideals in any setting. Another part of it is being able to handle the spotlight and understand … more
One of the foundational jobs of newspapers is to constantly inform and update its readers on what's going on in their communities. Newspapers should be a reliable source where a reader can turn to … more
To the Editor: October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and The Bridge is hosting a few events to honor and celebrate those who have survived, to raise awareness about the prevalence of … more
It has been six weeks since the Burt County Board of Supervisors met in open session with express purpose of finding out more information about a proposed paramedicine program in Burt County. It is … more
As a boxer receives last minute instructions from their coach while seated in his corner, a trainer will often apply a light amount of petroleum jelly on certain locations on the boxer’s face. … more
For those old enough to remember the Lone Ranger television program, remember the question often asked at the end of the program – “Who was that masked man?”  Clayton Moore, … more
  Oakland is looking at a big multi-million dollar project.  No one wants to spend that kind of money on something as simple as tap water. That is, until it’s not there. It is a … more
  With every vaccine there is a risk of complications that can develop because of the vaccine itself.  Like many, we have contemplated the timing of our own COVID-19 vaccines. Many have … more
As COVID continues to spread throughout our area, we are grateful that the majority of cases have been mild.  We have been told since news first broke of the pandemic that the elderly and … more
As May gives way to June, Washington County and the state of Nebraska are one step closer to returning to a “normal” way of life, though it may be a new normal as people continue to deal with the … more
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