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By LuAnn Schindler
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Gragert meets with local residents, discusses priority bills

 

LuAnn Schindler | SAM

Meet the public • Neligh and Clearwater Economic Development Director Lauren Sheridan-Simonsen introduces Sen. Tim Gragert. The District 40 legislator met with constituents, Friday, at the Antelope County Fairgrounds, in Neligh.

Even though only a handful of days remain in the 2022 legislative session, District 40 Sen. Tim Gragert said he wants to hear from constituents.

Gragert met area residents, Friday, at the Antelope County Ag Society Event Center. Through redistricting, following the 2020 census, Antelope and the northern part of Pierce counties were added to the district.

Gragert, who will serve through January 2023, said, "I have never taken this job as a position or title. I stepped up, put my best foot forward, to do what I can for our state and northeast Nebraska."

While campaigning and during his stint...



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