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Our Town Lexington: The New YMCA

Updated: 02/20/2015 - The brand sparkling new YMCA in Our Town Lexington is a dream come true for local fitness fans.

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Our Town Lexington: Give Big Lexington

Updated: 02/20/2015 - On Wednesday, November 12th, of last year, the people of Lexington came together for 24 hours to raise awareness and promote generosity.

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Our Town Lexington: Dr. Miller's Mission

Updated: 02/19/2015 - Joseph Miller was born in North Omaha in 1955. After earning his doctorate from UNMC, he became a family physician in Lexington in 1984.

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Our Town Lexington: Family Business

Updated: 02/19/2015 - When the Sperry-New Holland plant went out of business in 1985, Steve Atwood lost his job and was forced to turn his casual hobby into a very serious business. Woodworking became a means of putting food on the table for his young family.

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Our Town Lexington: LHS Marching Band

Updated: 02/18/2015 - Chad Scharff has been directing the Lexington High School Marching Band since 1997. Back then, he says, there were about 70 kids in the marching band. Today, that number has reached nearly 200.

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Our Town Lexington: The Return of the Majestic Theatre

Updated: 02/18/2015 - The original grand opening of the Majestic Theatre in downtown Lexington took place 100 years ago. The Majestic fell on hard times in 2009 and the doors were closed. But a group of Lexington 8th graders had a problem with that, so they decided to do something about it.

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Our Town Lexington: Dedicated Bowling Coach

Updated: 02/17/2015 - Virgil Branstiter is a coaching legend around Dawson County. And the surprising part of the deal is, he was almost 40 years old when he first started bowling.

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Our Town Lexington: Heartland Military Museum

Updated: 02/17/2015 - The Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles invites visitors to not only see, but to touch and feel war history as they sit in vehicles that have been used to preserve freedom in America.

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Our Town Lexington: History

Updated: 02/16/2015 - From the water towers to the street signs, everywhere you look here in Our Town Lexington, you see the words "Plum Creek."

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