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    Joey Logano jockeyed for the lead with Kyle Busch in overtime, got around him for good just before the white flag flew and cruised to the victory Sunday in the NASCAR Cup Series debut at World Wide Technology Raceway. Logano made it a banner day for Team Penske, which won the IndyCar race with Will Power earlier in the day in Detroit. Kurt Busch finished second with Logano’s teammate, Ryan Blaney, finishing fourth and Aric Almirola in fifth.

      Horse populations in Nebraska will make it difficult to provide full fields in what could be the final racing season at Columbus Ag Park. But while entries are likely to be limited over the next month, bettors saw value come their way with the right picks over the opening weekend of the season.

      Columbus High School athletic trainer Brooke Hughes was shocked when she received the news that she was named the Nebraska State Athletic Trainers' Association (NSATA) Athletic Trainer of the Year. Hughes was among eight finalists and she was one of three from Columbus Community Hospital up …

      It has been 50 years since Title IX was signed into law by President Richard Nixon. The measure barred discrimination against women when it came to the vast majority of educational programs that receive federal assistance. It has a broad and extraordinary impact on everything from the safety…


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