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‘Year of yes’ leads to new opportunities 0

‘Year of yes’ leads to new opportunities

Story by Alexandria Lundvall, NewsNetNebraska 2017 was Shannon Wilkinson’s ‘year of yes.’ Whether it was getting certified as a scuba diver or working on small interior design projects, she gave new opportunities a chance....

Combination of journalism and horses leads to dream job 0

Combination of journalism and horses leads to dream job

By Catherine Jones, NewsNetNebraska Since 1789, horse fanatics have loved the Morgan horse and all it can do. The Morgan horse is recognized for being a great companion and an outstanding athlete. The horse’s...

Kirstin Wilder on her success: “Perfection in this field is appreciated and necessary” 0

Kirstin Wilder on her success: “Perfection in this field is appreciated and necessary”

  Not many can say they’ve lived a fabulous life of red carpets and celebrity interviews, but Kirstin Wilder certainly can. Wilder has her bachelor’s degree in journalism and dual minors in English and...

Editor Zaleski finds her home at the Nebraska Press 0

Editor Zaleski finds her home at the Nebraska Press

By: Meghan Straub                                                              ...

Woodworker Turned Editor 0

Woodworker Turned Editor

By Alyssa Mae, NewsNetNebraska Roger Holmes learned his trade through sawdust covered hands and endless drafts of pros crumpled into white paper balls at his feet. He’s an editor, but he’s also a woodworker....

Lincoln Journal Star City Editor: “I am a little bit unique” 0

Lincoln Journal Star City Editor: “I am a little bit unique”

Story by Khatam Albusaidi, NewsNetNebraska Todd Henrichs, a 51-year city editor of the Lincoln Journal Star. In a person interview, Henrichs spoke about his 27 years of experience in the field and answered several...

Lincoln Journal Star editor: “There won’t be any news unless someone writes it.” Story by Zack Beyers, NewsNet Nebraska 0

Lincoln Journal Star editor: “There won’t be any news unless someone writes it.” Story by Zack Beyers, NewsNet Nebraska

When Dave Bundy arrives for work each morning at the Lincoln Journal Star, he knows that he must be prepared for everything and anything. Once he walks through his office door, sits down at...

From turf equipment to alumni, Marshall uses AP Style to tell stories 0

From turf equipment to alumni, Marshall uses AP Style to tell stories

Story by Linsey Armstrong, NewsNetNebraska As a high-school student excelling in advanced-level English classes, Jessica Marshall did not expect an Honors Introduction to Writing course to be her first bad grade in college. This...