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A Cool Breeze Blew Through Bremen

On Groundhog’s Day, 1912, John William Davis (Kearney) was born at the Ohio Maternity Hospital in Cincinnati.  to Elizbeth Davis, an Irish immigrant and John Kearney, a first generation Irish American, and son of James Kearney and Bridget Cogle, of Columbus, Ohio.   584 more words

Goodbye to the old Kearney High

As a student, I heard plenty of rumors about Kearney High School. Years after my school days, some have stuck with me.

“It’s built on an old landfill. 793 more words


Kearney Fountain

Location:  Kearney Historic Museum, 101 S Jefferson, Kearney, MO

Found:  May 7, 2016

Located in downtown Kearney outside the Kearney Historic Museum and across the street from Kearney City Hall.   53 more words

City Hall

Mind over Body

Just over a month left until my fourth half marathon in the Lincoln National Guard Marathon & Half-Marathon 2016 on May 1, I went on a three-and-a-half-week business trip to South Korea to recruit students for the fall semester of 2016. 881 more words


Clinton's Speaking Fees - No Corruption; Quite Generous - zFacts

After all is said and done Hillary Clinton he’s an incredibly generous human being. This article lists all of her speaking fees and how they went to charity. 37 more words

Connected Youth Initiative in Grand Island/Kearney/Hastings

Nebraska Children and Families Foundation is awarding $300,000 over two years to the Hall County Community Collaborative (H3C). The funding will be used to build a Connected Youth Initiative (CYI) system to serve young people in need across Hall, Adams, Buffalo, Clay, Dawson, Franklin, Hamilton, Harlan, Kearney, Merrick, Nuckolls, Phelps, and Webster counties. 393 more words

Teen/Early Adulthood

Road Trip Part 1: Paradise on the Platte

In early February, I got a call from an old friend in Southeast Arizona whom I hadn’t seen in a few years. She’d heard I was moving (and yeah, also about the divorce and leaving my job), and wondered if, being somewhat untethered by other obligations however briefly, I might want to pay her a visit and see some of the work she was doing for a watershed restoration project down in the Chiracahua Desert. 1,024 more words