July 17, 1935: The Nebraska Beverage Dispensers' association, through an Omaha law firm, had filed a brief with Attorney General William Wright in Lincoln in the move to set aside the state ruling that beer and liquor may not be sold over the same bar. If this did not bring a reversed ruling from the state liquor control commission, the next step planned would be a test suit in district court.
1964: The Papillion School Board hired Paul D. Basler, Plainview, Neb., superintendent for seven years, as its new superintendent. The action came six days before Papillion residents would vote on a proposal to merge with the Omaha School District. Basler told The World-Herald he accepted the position at Papillion for "professional advancement" reasons. He added, "I don't know anything about your merger 'fracas' down there."
1992: Ruling on two speeding-ticket appeals by Omaha Sen. Ernie Chambers, the Nebraska Supreme Court said that state troopers had not adequately tested the accuracy of devices used to measure Chambers' speed.