|Nebraska Principal Placed On Leave After Strict Christmas Policy That Banned Candy Canes As ‘Symbol Of Jesus’|
Added: 15.12.2018 17:27 | 10 views | 0 comments
A Nebraska principal has come under fire for trying to police the way that Christmas spirit was expressed at the elementary school she managed. reports that Jennifer Sinclair, the principal at Manchester Elementary School, has been put on leave because of the strict guidelines she gave to teachers for decorating classrooms. She banned decorations that are normally associated with Christmas like Santa, Christmas trees, and candy canes. According to the Post, she prohibited candy canes because she believed that they symbolized Jesus.
"Historically, the shape is a ‘J' for Jesus," Sinclair's memo reportedly read. "The red is for the blood of Christ, and the white is a symbol of his resurrection," she reportedly wrote. "This would also include different colored candy canes." She justified the ban by claiming that she was trying not to make people who did not celebrate Christmas uncomfortable
|Miss USA Sarah Rose Summers Apologizes for Mocking Miss Vietnam and Miss Cambodia|
Added: 13.12.2018 18:17 | 11 views | 0 comments
Miss USA Sarah Rose Summers has issued an apology for her controversial comments about her fellow Miss Universe 2018 contestants.
The 24-year-old contestant has come under fire after...
|Miss USA Sarah Rose Summers Calls Out Miss Vietnam and Miss Cambodia for Not Speaking English|
Added: 13.12.2018 14:40 | 17 views | 0 comments
With the 2018 Miss Universe competition just days away, Miss USA Sarah Rose Summers is in the spotlight--but not for any reason she'd want.
In footage surfacing online, the...
|'50 Summers' tells story of Omaha baseball|
Added: 13.12.2018 14:00 | 3 views | 0 comments
"50 Summers," a documentary screened at the Winter Meetings, details a half-century of Minor League Baseball through a focus on Omaha, Nebraska. Ben Hill spoke to director Dan Napoli.
|Nebraska man who killed wife decades ago admits killing parents, niece|
Added: 10.12.2018 22:40 | 4 views | 0 comments
A Nebraska man who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of his wife two decades ago admitted Monday to fatally shooting his parents and an 18-year-old niece last year.
|Nebraska man who served time for killing wife, admits to killing parents, niece|
Added: 10.12.2018 21:10 | 13 views | 0 comments
Police say a 6-year-old niece hid under a couch and was able to identify John Dalton Jr. as the shooter.
|Nebraska's annual tourism guide accidentally features photo from Missouri's Union Station|
Added: 10.12.2018 15:36 | 11 views | 0 comments
“I just chuckled — everyone makes mistakes,” said a staff member who works in the building.
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