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Lance's Journal: Lambrecht Chevy Auction, Sept. 27, 2013

Posted: 09/27/2013 - A vintage Chevy car auction is set to sell a number of low-mileage gems in Pierce this weekend. Organizers are expecting 12,000 to 20,000 people to invade this small town in northeast Nebraska.

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Lance's Journal: Dr. Dave's Garden Railway, Sept. 23, 2013

Posted: 09/23/2013 - Dave Wood of Lincoln was 30 years old when he was traveling in southern California and saw a model railroad running around the ceiling of a bakery. He was hooked and a 30 year love affair with model trains was underway.

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Lance's Journal: Marcia Schwartz in Journal #500, Sept. 16, 2013

Posted: 09/16/2013 - Ten years ago, Lance Schwartz began producing human interest stories highlighting 'the good life' here Nebraska. When Lance's Journal debuted on April 13th, 2004, he had no idea that it would be the first of 500 episodes.

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Lance's Journal: Southeast NE Community Band, Sept. 13, 2013

Updated: 09/13/2013 - The Southeast Nebraska Community Band has been delighting audiences for the past 20 years. The year was 1994, it had been a couple of decades since Linda Hodges had had the opportunity to play her baritone band in high school.

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Lance's Journal: 96 Year Old Artist Still Loves to Sew, Sept. 9, 2013

Updated: 09/09/2013 - The Peru State College Art Gallery on the 'Campus of a Thousand Oaks' is currently highlighting the work of a very special artist. And it's no surprise that her quilt-like wall hangings are eye-catching because she's been in training for nearly 9 decades.

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Lance's Journal: Clay Center Tractor Collector, Sept. 9

Updated: 09/06/2013 - Every year at this time the people of Clay Center get excited about the annual "Old Trusty Days" celebration. This year, the featured farm equipment in the parade will be International tractors and the king of the tractor collectors in Clay County is the focus of this edition of Lance's Journal.

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Lance's Journal: Young Capital City Chess Champion, Aug. 16, 2013

Posted: 08/16/2013 - Joseph Wan surprised everyone at the Lincoln City Chess Championships this past June. He's years away from driving a car and he won't need to shave for quite awhile now. But he does possess the the kind of moves that put grown men in awe.

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Lance's Journal: "Remembering Our Fallen" Exhibit, Aug. 2, 2013

Posted: 08/02/2013 - "Remembering our Fallen" is a tribute to all Nebraskans who have died as a result of wounds suffered in a war zone, while in uniform, since September 11th of 2001. The display was created by an Omaha couple that bleeds red, white & blue.

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Lance's Journal: Movie Star Fire Hydrants

Updated: 07/15/2013 - Kyle Vohland originally started sculpting and casting with resin materials as a hobby back in 1989. Eight years later, he sold his computer company in Gibbon and started devoting all of his time to Icon Poly. Kyle's first order of business was to create a replica fire hydrant for his fire fighting brother.

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Lance's Journal: Letters From Home, July 1, 2013

Posted: 07/01/2013 - Cathy Harrington spent more than three decades teaching art in Lincoln Public Schools. Now, she's retired from LPS and has spent the past 5 years running a business. It's unique, it's nostalgic and it's called "Letters From Home."

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Lance's Journal: The Long Legacy of Little Green, June 10, 2013

Posted: 06/10/2013 - In the late 60's, Jerry McGinn didn't like that his two daughters had limited options for competitive sports. Jerry took matters into his own hands and did something about it. He started a track club that's grown well beyond his wildest dreams.

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Lance's Journal: Updates on 2 Tremendous Women, June 7, 2013

Updated: 06/07/2013 - It's time now to get caught up with a couple of noteworthy women that have been featured in recent editions of Lance's Journal.They're both the kind of people that make us proud to call them fellow Nebraskans.

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Lance's Journal: Vanessa Flowers Stays Strong, May 31, 2013

Updated: 05/31/2013 - Vanessa Flowers arrived in Nebraska and started working at 10/11 in November of 2010. She's been a news anchor and reporter for more than 15 years... Then, out of nowhere, she lost her voice. Imagine a musician who could no longer hear or a food critic who could no longer taste.

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Lance's Journal: The Legend of Barber Bob, May 24, 2013

Posted: 05/24/2013 - Bob Taylor goes to work everyday at the Veterans Hospital, not because he needs the money, but because it's the most enjoyable job he's ever had. Around the VA, he's affectionately know as "Barber Bob."

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Lance's Journal: York Handwriting Royalty, May 20, 2013

Posted: 05/20/2013 - Tom Hutson of Red Cloud started the Nebraska Handwriting Contest in 1991. He did so in honor of his mother, Eva Hutson, who was widely know around Webster County for her fine cursive. A pair of penmanship pals from York were recently recognized for their carefully crafted cursive in the 23rd Annual Nebraska Handwriting contest.

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Lance's Journal: Crochet Therapy in Hastings, May 17, 2013

Posted: 05/17/2013 - There are some very "forward-thinking" programs at the Regional Center in Hastings that continually receive great reviews from judges around Nebraska. One of the regional center supervisors is getting her point across with the young men receiving treatment for chemical dependency.

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