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Artist Dale Nichols (David City) took his childhood memories of rural Nebraska landscapes and turned them into paintings with a national audience. Today they are national treasures, but the artist has been forgotten by many. For more Nebraska Stories, visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.
Meet a woman who watched as they raised the sower to the top of the Nebraska Capitol. And glimpse the wonders inside this world-class building that tells the story of the west in limestone, wood, and mosaic. For more Nebraska Stories, visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.
This special episode of Nebraska Stories looks at the impact of the Vietnam War on Nebraskans. Journey to The Wall Four chartered jets flew 654 Nebraska Vietnam veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and several other war memorials. We follow the veterans on their journey as they share their memories of the war and are given a welcome home they'll never forget. Honor Flight Reflection Cheryl Feala was the only female veteran on board the recent Vietnam Veteran honor flight to Washington, D.C. From 1968 to 1969, Cheryl was an Army nurse stationed in a combat zone during the Vietnam War. Cheryl reflects on her honor flight experience. A Duty to Protest At 17, Tim Butz enlisted in the Air Force and did a tour of duty in Vietnam, following four generat...
Finish Life Well™ - "Must See" Stories of Inspiration - http://www.finishlifewell.com Jack Hoffman's story came to light when Cornhusker Running Back Rex Burkhead took Jack under his wing to encourage and serve him during this 5 year old's fight with brain cancer. Husker Nation has now taken Jack under their wing too, cheering him on on the field and with his fight against cancer. Go Team Jack! Watch this incredible story of inspiration, courage, friendship and love. You will be changed. Watch Jack's incredible 69-yard touchdown run at the Nebraska Cornhusker Spring Game 4/6/13 here: http://youtu.be/slEgEDPbGno Check out Team Jack's Facebook Page here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Team-Jack/130253380409979 This video is from the Big Ten Network. They did a great job! Check th...
Nebraska poet and essayist, Ted Kooser, the 13th U.S. Poet Laureate, reads from his collection of poems recording the devastation unleashed on the Great Plains by the Jan. 12, 1888 blizzard. The Blizzard Voices is based on actual reminiscences of the survivors as recorded in documents from the time and written reminiscences from years later. Here are the haunting voices of the men and women who were teaching school, working the land, and tending the house when the storm arrived and changed their lives forever. For more "Nebraska Stories," visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.
Like the Dust Bowl, with its blinding black winds that lasted for years, or the biblical plague of locusts, the 1949 blizzard raged from January through the spring. The monumental drifts it left in its wake finally melted...in July. The devastation was so extreme, the Air Force had to airlift drop supplies for towns and farms. For more "Nebraska Stories," visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.
While working on NET's new documentary, "Standing Bear's Footsteps," Associate Producer Princella Parker discovered the story of Susette La Flesche, also known as Bright Eyes. The daughter of Omaha Indian Chief Iron Eye, La Flesche was a highly educated woman who championed the rights of native people being forcibly removed to reservations. For more Nebraska Stories, visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.
Nia Karmann lives with spina bifida, but that doesn't keep her from pursuing photography as an art and profession. On assignment at a Council Bluffs, Iowa fire station, she uses her crutches to get into position for just the right photograph. For more, visit http://netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.
The Homestead Act triggered one of the largest migrations in history for "free land" on the Great Plains. Photographs tell the story of African-American homesteaders in Nebraska. For more Nebraska Stories, visit http://www.netnebaska.org/nebraskskastories.
Omaha may be a great and thriving city now but it was once a fledgling young settlement. Just before the turn of the century, as Omaha struggled to escape a sudden economic depression sweeping the nation, city leaders pulled out all the stops and held a World's Fair. Here's a look back at the 1898 Trans-Mississippi Exposition. For more Nebraska Stories, visit www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.
For Ethan Parks, attending UNL is more than just classes and homework. He has a full-time job as a member of the Cornhusker Marching Band. Here is an insider's look at a day in life of this dedicated Tuba player and what it means to be a member of "The Pride of All Nebraska." For more Nebraska Stories, visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories
In this special edition of Nebraska Stories we feature stories from the Nebraska Sandhills. In this special edition of Nebraska Stories we feature stories from the Nebraska Sandhills. “Shakespeare & The Wild West” You've heard of Shakespeare in Love? We follow Nebraska Shakespeare to Valentine, the heart of cowboy country, for a performance of Twelfth Night. The company has been around since 1987, creating year-round, high quality Shakespeare productions. And then they head off to Omaha for an acting workshop with middle school students. “Shifting Sands” Sarah Switzer Sortum and her brother, Adam Switzer, are hard at work making changes on their family's Burwell ranch to embrace new conservation methods and encourage eco-tourism. “The Girl from Broken Bow” Katie Farritor discove...
A British aerial photography team spent 10 days capturing Nebraska, from above. The shots are featured in NET Television's Nebraska Land and Sky, a program that gives viewers a new perspective on the state. We meet the international team behind these stunning new images and hear their surprising reactions to the landscape some refer to as "flyover country."
In a state known for its flat land, the Wildcat Hills in western Nebraska provides a dramatic alternative. The landscape is a unique co-existence of prairie and mountain ecosystems, featuring beautiful rolling hills, rocky formations and habitats for unique plant and animal species. A local rangeland ecologist takes us on a walk in the wild lands of the Wildcat Hills.
It might be out of the way for many drivers, but it's the mystery that draws them to it. Not Stonehenge, but Carhenge -- its American-made brother. We explore Carhenge's not-so-mysterious history and look to its future. For more visit http://www.netnebraska.org/nebraskastories.