Service learning: Community service as education

October 12th, 2012

By Jerry Johnston

Lincoln, NE – Some Nebraska college students are finding one of the best ways to learn is to do something for others.

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Nebraskan pioneers railroad innovation

June 19th, 2012

By Jerry Johnston

Lincoln, NE – This is the story of a rail line from Kearney that never reached its intended destination, an inventive mechanic and the little train car that could.

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Grave registry seeks to honor forgotten Nebraskans

May 25th, 2012

By Jerry Johnston

Lincoln County, NE – Nebraska’s cemeteries will be looking their finest this Memorial Day weekend. But some Nebraska cemeteries are barely visible.

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Fremont still waiting for immigration ruling

January 31st, 2012

By Jerry Johnston

Fremont, NE – Fremont’s controversial law to ban hiring, renting to or harboring illegal immigrants has yet to go into effect. How is the city handling the waiting game?

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Pulitzer winner in Omaha Wednesday

October 3rd, 2011

By Jerry Johnston

Lincoln, NE – This year’s Pulitzer Prize winner in History will deliver the Governor’s Lecture in the Humanities at the Joslyn Art Museum on Wednesday.

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Famed Nebraska artist remembered

May 2nd, 2011

By Jerry Johnston

Lincoln, NE – Nebraska lost one of its best known artists last week. As Jerry Johnston reports, Reinhold Marxhausen is being remembered for finding, creating, and sharing beauty.

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