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A Nebraska legend turns 100: Don Meier

Happy 100th birthday Don Meier. This Oshkosh, Nebraska native and College of Journalism and Mass Communications graduate from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln strides across the century mark today. I talk with Don and Lorena by phone several times a year … Continue reading

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Digging out

In Lincoln, Neb., the snow that pummeled this stretch of the Midwest yesterday has given way to sunshine. UNL classes have resumed. Despite the usual weather related accidents, traffic has returned to near normal. Businesses are open. Life is good … Continue reading

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Corn leaves in the wind (and other drought effects)

I’ve never seen it before. Across Lincoln, foot-long dried corn leaves are flying in from miles away, blown by the wind, scattered across city lawns and parks.  The browned corn leaves that seemingly have a life and journey of their … Continue reading

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“Dancing with the Stars” host channels Johnny Carson

Nebraska son, University of Nebraska-Lincoln broadcast graduate and comedic great Johnny Carson lives on- Most recently in a Tom Bergeron  interview. As host of Dancing with the Stars and America’s Funniest Videos, the Emmy-winning Bergeron is seen by millions of … Continue reading

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