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Johanns attending leaders’ talk
by rea Taylor
Lincoln Mayor Mike Johanns
will be among more than 100 del
egates meeting today in Chicago
for a joint Conference of Local
The meeting will bring together
mayors, city council members and
county leaders from across the na
tion to examine the changing role
oflocal governments and the chang
ing relationships between Wash
ington, D.C., and the states.
Johanns, one of the 11 mayors
who sit on the Board of Trustees for
the U.S. Conference of Mayors,
said he was looking forward to the
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Agricultural Research Division, said
he was pleased IANR could use the
facility for research, teaching and ex
“There’s going to be a lot of people
that are going to benefit from these
facilities,” he said.
Chairmen from the agronomy, hor
ticulture and plant pathology depart
ments introduced their greenhouse
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“It is nice to be a part of a discussion that will set
an agenda for the future. ”
meetingand saw it asa positive step community is concerned.
Tor Lincoln. The first-ever event, which con
“It is nice to be a part ofa discus- tinues Tuesday, will help shape the
sion that will set an agenda for the current congressional and upcom
future,”hesaid.“It isagreatoppor- ing presidential campaigns on dra
tunily for Lincoln to be part of such matic shifts proposed in govern
a meeting.” ment responsibilities and commu
Johanns said the conference will nities.
address such issues as determining Omaha Mayor Hal Daub will be
what the appropriate role of the the only other delegate from Ne
federal government is, as far as the braska attending the meeting.
managers 10 an aucnence or aoour jo
people. The managers later gave green
Sen. Roger Wehrbein of
Plattsmouth and Secretary of State
Scott Moore were two of six speakers
at a noon luncheon in the East Union.
Wehrbein, a chairman of the
Legislature’s Appropriations Commit
tee that approved the $2.1 million
project, cited the efforts of Project
Chairman Paul Sindt of Agriculture
Bui lders ofNebraska Inc. Sindt helped
convince senators or tne project s
“I think this is an investment for the
long-term good of Nebraska,” he said.
“We were able to show the Legisla
ture it would benefit agriculture.”
ABN is an organization of farmers
who support agriculture. Moore also
applauded the group’s efforts to im
prove agriculture in Nebraska
“It’s great to know things like this
allow us to do what we do so well in
Nebraska,” he said.
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finalists, Sellmyer said.
The procedure initial ly was referred
to as a coronary angioplasty, which
involves inserting an inflated balloon
to dilate an artery and relieve block
But Mahapatra said Smith’s proce
dure went one step further by inserting
a metal stent in two arteries.
The procedure is relatively new, he
said, but preferred by one-third of
patients who opt for non-surgical ways
to relieve blocked arteries.
Smith was admitted to the hospital
Tuesday after consulting his cardiolo
gist Dr. Charles Wilson, also an NU
regent, about having heart pain.
Mahapatra said Smith was given
two options: either to have a coronary
bypass or a non-surgical coronary
angioplasty with the stent placement.
Smith opted for the non-surgical route.
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