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In a state where football dominates the headlines, another sport is battling for recognition. La Crosse is the fastest growing sport in America, popular on both coasts, and now is finding steady growth with some high school... more››
We meet Charlie Fenster, a man who has spent his life researching dry land farming practices. Many of his innovative approaches to farming are recognized internationally and still in use today. He reflects on his unexpected... more››
While autumn leaves fall at Ponca State Park, Lakota writer Joseph Marshall shows young natives how easy it looks and how hard it really is to hit a target with arrows shot from a traditional handmade bow.
Lincoln artist Michael Burton explains the process of Paintmation, telling a story by an evolving painting.
Late in the 19th century, a group of Kearney citizens formed a club to stop horse thieves. Producer: Mike Tobias See more stories like this at http://www.NETnebraska.org/nebraskastories
Nearly sixty years after his death, Monsignor Edward Flanagan of the famed Boys Town (Omaha) is being vetted for sainthood. The Vatican recently agreed to review the judiciously collected historical documents and personal... more››
John Joseph "Black Jack" Pershing is among America's most famous generals. Long before he took command as General of the Armies during World War I, he was Professor of Military Science and Tactics at the University of Nebraska... more››
In Nebraska City, home of Arbor Day Farm, a multi-year public art project blends the beauty of trees with the creativity of artists, creating an enchanted forest of art. See more stories like this at http://www.NETnebraska.org/... more››

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