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Enjoy the holidays from around the world at General Crook House Museum

Step inside the front door of the General Crook House Museum and begin a holiday walk around the world. Read more

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Traveling the Serengeti: Council Bluffs man documents huge animal migration

After Kim Gibson of Council Bluffs climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa in 2017, he was determined to return to the area. He went back in August 2020 to watch one of the biggest migrations in the world. Read more

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Real owner of 'Downton Abbey' shares some insights into famous home while visiting Omaha

Lady Fiona Carnarvon is in Omaha this week to speak about her latest book, "Seasons at Highclere." She and her husband live at Highclere Castle in England, the site of "Downton Abbey." Read more

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Christmas cards — well, any greeting cards — are Omaha woman's passion

Omahan Penelope Smith loves cards and shares that zeal with friends at Christmas, when she sends a picture of one and its history via email to about 70 of them every day from Dec. 1 to Dec. 25. Read more

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Gifford Park is among those honored by Nebraska Statewide Arboretum

The Gifford Park neighborhood received a Community Landscape Award from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum at a reception in Lincoln on Nov. 5. Read more

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Holiday joy: Omaha couple re-creating Christmas magic for their children

The holidays are all about creating the same memories for their three boys — ages 7,5 and 3 — that they enjoyed when they were young. The Knowles decorate throughout the house, including a little tree in each of the boys’ rooms that they embellish themselves. Read more

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Lincoln forklift operator turned mushroom expert finds fungi — some rare — on days off

Josh Herr, an assistant professor at UNL, said Jon Hees has “really taught himself everything. He’s really latched on to the science of it.” Read more

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