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Lindsey Theis shares the story of Outlook Nebraska with KMTV

by | August 25th, 2017 | In the Press

In the second part of the Aug. 27 edition of Omaha Sunday Morning, Omaha World-Herald visual journalist Julia Nagy tells us about Gifford Park’s big yellow truck, 3 News Now reporter Maya Saenz takes a look at nonprofit keeping homes safe and Lindsey Theis shares the story of Outlook Nebraska, an organization dedicated to giving opportunities to the blind.

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