From the Lancaster County Board to the Lincoln City Council, and now an upcoming election for the Nebraska Legislature – Jane Raybould has a passion for leading, listening and making changes to our local communities. I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with Jane about her goals, expectations and aspirations.
What Are We Drinking? Everything Has Eyes – Cosmic Eye Brewing, Lincoln
Thanks to our sponsors and staff! BCom Solutions – Production, editing and distribution of Pints and Politics Kim Remington, Operations Manager at Parsons PR Pints & Politics theme music by Jack Rodenburg FUSE Coworking And our guest Jane Raybould!
Today, Pints and Politics is joined by Walt Radcliffe, a lobbyist who has worked for the Nebraska legislature since 1969. Join us as we discuss his past, his background and the differences in state legislature that he has witnessed over the years.
What Are We Drinking? Frame the Butcher IPA – Kinkaider Brewing Thanks to our sponsors and staff! Hosts – Nebraska Horsemen (Nebraska Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association (NHBPA)) Warhorse Gaming BCom Solutions – Production, editing and distribution of Pints and Politics Kim Remington, Operations Manager at Parsons PR Pints & Politics theme music by Jack Rodenburg FUSE Coworking Parsons Public Relations, Inc. – The leading Nebraska public relations consultant And our guest Walt Radcliffe!
Episode #42: Nebraska Wind + Solar Convention: Energy Development in Nebraska
This episode was recorded live at the Nebraska Wind and Solar Convention at the Cornhusker Marriott Hotel. Join Dan Parsons, along with the mayor of Norfolk and co-chair of Renew Nebraska, Josh Moenning, and the President of Nebraska Farmers Union, John Hansen to discuss the latest improvements in Nebraska’s renewable energy.
Lead for Nebraska, an affiliate program of Lead for America, places recent college grads in Nebraska’s rural communities to empower and add capacity in small towns. This episode showcases Brent Comstock, CEO and founder of BCom Solutions and the Rural Impact Hub, along with the tremendous work that Lead for Nebraska fellows Ken Edwards and Oliver Borchers-Williams are doing within their communities as AmeriCorp Service Members.
Nebraska’s first statewide journalism nonprofit, Flatwater Free Press, has free investigative and in-depth stories now open to the public. This episode features Matt Wynn and Matthew Hansen, executive director and executive editor of the publication.