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Naomi Delkamiller

Naomi Delkamiller is an undergraduate student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, double majoring in journalism and advertising and public relations with a minor in digital humanities. You can find her work published in the Arizona Republic, the Lincoln Journal Start and the Global Oneness Project.

Homeschooling is increasing in Nebraska, here’s what it looks like

A mother and daughter learn in a home setting. The walls are green and lots of colorful booklets surround.
by Naomi Delkamiller and Owen Reimer Mindy Swenson began homeschooling after the pandemic when she realized she could teach her children on her own, she...

Nebraskans protest one of world’s largest weapon developers

A line of protesters stand on the corner of a street intersection with Palestinian flags and signs.
Protesters rally outside of the Lincoln General Dynamics facility on Friday, Nov. 10. Israel has purchased and used General Dynamics weapons in its attacks...

Inside the lab that found toxic algae in Nebraska lakes

A man opens a fridge in a science lab.
The NDEE and its sampling partners have collected and analyzed samples from Nebraska lakes since 2005. Annual testing windows check for unhealthy levels of...

The secret behind Memorial Stadium’s recent drone shows lives in Norfolk

Red drones display the number 92,003 above Memorial Stadium.
They knew the record-breaking attendance number before the rest of the world. The iconic attendance number that hovered over the northeast corner of Memorial Stadium...

More than 350 people attend Flatwater Free Press inaugural festival, highlighting...

A moderator and panel address a crowd in a barn.
For Jim Boucher and Linda Edwards, it was date night. For Deborah Bunting, it was a chance to see her daughter. And for Matthew...