A tough transition: Communities help former inmates adjust

June 14th, 2012

By Perry Stoner

Lincoln, NE – Every month, between 200 and 300 men and women enter Nebraska communities from a life few of us will ever know: a life spent behind bars.

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Tombstone tour: Finding the value in Nebraska cemeteries

May 24th, 2012

By Perry Stoner

Otoe County, NE – Local cemeteries in Nebraska can be sources of area and family history, but many of these cemeteries are falling into disrepair.

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Who’ll stop the wind?

April 25th, 2012

By Perry Stoner

North Platte, NE – For many in Nebraska, wind is merely an occasional nuisance. But for farmers, it can have an impact on their livelihood.

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Home School Nebraska: A different kind of socialization

April 13th, 2012

By Perry Stoner

Home schooling has long been criticized for a perceived lack of social opportunities. But modern home-schoolers argue otherwise.

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Home School Nebraska: Educating beyond the confines of the house

April 12th, 2012

By Perry Stoner

Lincoln, NE – Computers with internet access allow more people to home-school, and there are many activities outside the home that supplement home-based education.

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Home School Nebraska: Part 1

April 11th, 2012

By Perry Stoner

Lincoln, NE – Two percent of school age children in Nebraska are homeschooled. That makes it a mystery to most of us. How do parents teach and what tools are used?

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