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February 11, 2016
"Musical Seedlings" Classically trained musicians from the Omaha Conservatory of Music teach 3-6-year-olds to play the violin as part of as part of... more››
February 11, 2016
"Musical Seedlings" Classically trained musicians from the Omaha Conservatory of Music teach 3-6-year-olds to play the violin as part of as part of... more››
February 11, 2016
The Villagers of Taylor Meet the unusual villagers of Taylor and the artist, Marah Sandoz, who plans to double the town's population with her 1920's... more››
February 4, 2016
"CyberSecuring A Future" A team of Omaha South students competes against other Nebraska high schools in an event that has real world implications;... more››
February 4, 2016
"Brown Sheep Company" There are only a handful of active wool mills in the United States, but one of the best is located in the Panhandle. Peggy... more››
February 4, 2016
Meet some of the most talented kids in Nebraska as two Nebraska schools, one urban and one rural, receive awards for best arts initiatives. We... more››
February 4, 2016
"The Nebraska Arts Awards" We meet some of the most talented kids in Nebraska as two Nebraska schools, one urban and one rural, receive awards for... more››
January 28, 2016
Folkloric Dancers Colorful costumes swirl to the rhythm of traditional Latin American music under the sandy buttes of Scottsbluff National Monument... more››
January 28, 2016
When they were students at the University of Nebraska, Louise Pound was greatly admired by Willa Cather. In a youthful letter penned by now famous... more››
January 28, 2016
Fort Hartsuff sits along the North Loop River on the edge of the Sandhills. The former U.S. Army post was active during the waning years of the... more››

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