Posted: 6:58 PM 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.
Updated: 6:59 PM 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.
Updated: 10:18 PM 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.
Posted: 7:01 PM 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."
Posted: 6:58 PM 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.
Updated: 7:04 PM 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.
Posted: 6:57 PM Lincoln Southeast, she's become a cross country All-American at Nebraska Wesleyan and she's fought her way to the finish line at the New York City Marathon. And through it all, four small words have been echoing through her mind, "I can, I will."
Updated: 8:27 PM When most people think about Nebraska City, they think Arbor Day and apples. But when artists think about Nebraska City, they think about the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts.
Updated: 7:22 AM A group of middle school students saw a problem and wanted to find a solution. Now the entire community of York is behind them. They want to raise enough money to help build a well for drinking water in the African country of South Sudan.
Posted: 7:10 PM Personalized school bus theme songs are not mandatory in the Lincoln Public School system. But that didn't keep a creative driver from composing a clever little tune for his young riders.
Posted: 7:00 PM It takes most of us quite awhile to realize that it is far greater to give than to receive. But not Sylvie Johnson of Lincoln, she was only 3 years old when she discovered the feeling one gets when they give.
Posted: 12:24 AM Johnson-Brock will fly in to Lincoln Thursday night with a below .500 record of 12 and 14. But don't count them out just yet, because they've been blessed with something much more important than a win/loss record. This team is motivated by what they call...a guardian angel.
Posted: 10:22 AM Tim and Judy McClellan of Adams admit, they're not very musical. What's so surprising is the two have five daughters who were all born with beautiful voices. They call it...divine intervention.
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