Nebraska Stories On Demand

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January 17, 2017
Dick and Marlene Kuxhausen of Scottsbluff are two lovebirds whose recipe for a happy marriage includes plenty of time together in the kitchen cooking... more››
January 17, 2017
“Art of the Unexpected” We get a guided tour of the Flatwater Folk Art Museum in Brownville from former Sheldon Art Museum Director George Neubert... more››
January 17, 2017
Take a guided tour of the Flatwater Folk Art Museum in Brownville from former Sheldon Art Museum Director George Neubert. The Brownville museum is a... more››
January 17, 2017
After two decades of swapping stories, the Buffalo Commons Storytelling Festival in McCook is stronger than ever. We visit with one of this year’s... more››
January 9, 2017
DeWitty was the longest lasting, most successful black settlement in Nebraska. Located near the small town of Brownlee, DeWitty was established in... more››
January 9, 2017
While he was growing up Bill Hedges worked as a projectionist at his small town’s movie theater. Later in life, when the theater closed, the... more››
January 9, 2017
“The DeWitty Settlement” http://nebraskastories.org/videos/the-dewitty-settlement/ DeWitty was the longest lasting, most successful black settlement... more››
January 9, 2017
This story explores the brief intertwining of two remarkable women: the very first Native American doctor and a Nobel Prize winning scientist. In... more››
July 25, 2016
Before 1940, African Americans were barred from flying for the U.S. military. But in 1941, an Army Air Forces program was started in Tuskegee,... more››
June 28, 2016
A group of young Sudanese girls, all refugees living in Grand Island, create a quilt made up of their hopes and dreams.

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