Marge Rotherham and her husband Vince became very involved with the Post Playhouse when they moved to the area in 1968.
He's been called the 'walking encyclopedia of Chadron State College.' Con Marshall has been involved with CSC for exactly 50 years and today, our Anndrea Anderson talks to Con in our 'Discover Dawes County'
Fort Robinson in northwestern Nebraska is one of the state's premier parks. Many people visit to go horseback riding or camping, but as our anndrea Anderson shows us, Fort Robinson is also home to hundreds
All month long we are 'discovering' the upper panhandle area of Dawes County. For our look into the northeastern region today, our Anndrea Anderson shows us one of the most impressive toy collections
This month in 'Discover Dawes County' we are finding the interesting things, places and people that make the it unique. For our first look into the northern Nebraska region reporter Anndrea Anderson shows
This month we are highlighting the people and places that make Dawes County a great place to live work and play. Today our Anndrea Anderson takes us to a place that commemorates one of Nebraska's most
Tucked away in the hills of the Oglala National Grassland in the Nebraska National Forest, is the World's largest Paleo- Indian bison bone bed.
As we continue to discover the people, places, and things that make Dawes County a great place to live and visit, we explore the natural beauty of the Nebraska national forest.
One hundred and twenty years ago this month, nine riders took off on the longest horse race in America. Our Anndrea Anderson takes us to the starting point of the thousand mile horse race. "Doc Middleton