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Monthly Archives: September 2012
World-Herald photographers saw Tom Osborne announce his retirement, and “The Stellanator” falls for the first time to a female. Continue reading
In Nebraska’s sound defeat of Idaho State, fans welcomed back coach Bo Pelini and I-back Rex Burkhead. Meanwhile, fall colors are beginning to appear throughout the Midlands. Continue reading
In this week’s videos, World-Herald photographers shot ice cream, a “Biggest Loser” workout, high school football and a 9/11 memorial. Continue reading
From Riverview Park to the Henry Doorly Zoo, Jolene McHugh looks back on an Omaha institution. Continue reading
Nebraska celebrates sports, especially football, as the summer winds to an end in The World-Herald Week in Pictures: Sept. 10-16, 2012. Continue reading
Mark Davis writes about the adventure of covering recent wildfires and the lessons he learned from the people most affected. Continue reading
We catch a glimpse of Olympic figure skating hopefuls, the Huskers lose to UCLA and Nebraskans mourn after the fatal bus crash in Blue Hill, Neb. Continue reading
Wildfires ravage Dawes County in western Nebraska, NU soundly defeats Southern Mississippi and the Nebraska State Fair entertains the latest round of the Week in Pictures. Continue reading