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Stopping Terror Discussed In Kimball

Lt. Gov. Kelly, Sen. Hardin, Other Officials In Attendance

See something. Say something. That was the message.

The Kimball County Transit Service building was packed with local and state law enforcement, politicians, city and county employees, a group from Sidney, and citizens interested in learning about threat assessments and the need to report suspicious activity.

Nebraskans are of the mindset to mind your own business, but speaker Lt. Monty Lovelace, director of the Nebraska Fusion Center, said those days are over. He said people need to be vigilant, report incidents and ask questions. If it is a benign activity, the Fusion Center will investigate...