The 8-man Friend football team rides their bikes back to the school from the football field in Friend, Nebraska, on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2004. The team opted out of 11-man football this season, but they will not be able to compete in the playoffs.
From left: Emmalee Gibbs, 16, of Hastings, Nebraska, Ciara Figgins, 14, of Ayr, Nebraska, and Summer Kull, 16, also of Hastings, goof around as they wait for the green light to start work with a crew from S & J Detasseling in a field a few miles north of Hastings on Friday, July 27, 2012. As the end of the detasseling season neared, S & J Detasseling had close to 165 workers in the field on Friday and had detasseled close to 10,000 acres in the area for three different seed companies. They expect to finish the fields next week.
Andy Peters of Council Bluffs, Iowa, works on a painting alongside his dog Phoebe while overlooking his acreage in Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Tuesday, July 7, 2015. In June, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City awarded Peters its 2015 Prix de West Purchase Award and made his oil painting "The Lake of Glass" part of its permanent collection.
On Sunday, March 20, 2011, in Omaha, Nebraska, Owen Moeller, 6, left, and Bei Warner, 6, both of Omaha, take in the exhibit "With Malice Toward None", including Franz Zelezny's sculpture of Lincoln, originally placed at Omaha's Central High School in 1908. Today is the last day of Durham Museum's presentation of "With Malice Toward None" the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Exhibition from the Library of Congress.
Nate Croom's eyelashes frosted over while running the trails at the Chalco Hills Recreation Area on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, in Omaha, Nebraska, as morning temperatures were at or near zero. Croom said he prepared for his run by dressing appropriately and by knowing which way the wind was blowing.
Avelynn Buss, 9, of Lincoln, Nebraska, center, blows bubbles with her sister, Rya, 6, and brother, Kyrin, 7, outside Memorial Stadium before Nebraska played Northwestern in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017.
Diane Johnson, right, of Omaha, Nebraska, makes her way into the CenturyLink Center Omaha with glasses fogged by the collision of warm breath and cold air on Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017. The old year and the new year exchanged a chilly greeting, making the holiday a good time to stay inside, although many still layered up and ventured out to welcome 2018 with frosty breath.
Kristina Pakiz coaxes smiles from her kids as she takes their picture in front of the Christmas tree at the Durham Museum during the annual Wells Fargo Family Festival in Omaha, Nebraska, on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016.
A look through an image of an elephant printed on a mesh net covering a chain linked fence where crews work on the $73 million African Grasslands project at the Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium in Omaha, Nebraska, on Friday, May 01, 2015. The two-phase project which spans 28 acres will be opening in it's entirety in the summer of 2017.
Steve Woster finds a cool spot in the shade at Turner Park on Friday, July 14, 2006, in Omaha, Nebraska. Out of the five structures, Woster said this was the most comfortable to recline in because of the incline. Woster was sitting in "Sounding Stone" by artist Leslie Iwai.
Jesse McNew and Chelsea Main kiss after exchanging vows and rings at Chops Bowling in Omaha, Nebraska, on Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014. Before they were ever engaged, the couple committed themselves to the idea of a â€œBig Lebowskiâ€ wedding.
Sheri Jacoby, visits with a male cria alpaca known as Law Breaker, as mother Miss Money Penny, back left, looks on in the pasture at sunrise in Fort Calhoun, Nebraska, on Friday, Sept. 18, 2015. On Sept. 26-27, the Jacobys will host a free open house on their ranch where you can see their 28 alpacas and purchase things made from alpaca fleece.
Mosquitos were a big problem for Lewis and Clark during their incredible journey and they're still an irritant for those enjoying this Memorial Day weekend. Laura Carpenter, 6, of Olathe, Kansas, sizes up a giant version of the problem on display at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Trail and Visitors Center in Nebraska City, Nebraska, on Saturday May 28, 2005.
Brian Schulze, left, 10, carries his brother, Levi, 10, both of Aurora, Nebraska, across the muddy ground leading to the entrance of the Nebraska State Fair in Grand Island, Nebraska, on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012. The brothers had come to the fair to see the antique tractor parade, but it was postponed until Sunday because of the rain.
From left: Ukash Weliyo and Ali Aden talk with Charles Mitchell, the Community Bike Project manager, at the project's shop near 33rd and California Streets in Omaha, Nebraska, on Friday, April 25, 2014. Mitchell teaches bicycle repair at the project. He also runs a program that allows youths to earn bikes by volunteering at the shop.
Liz Luke applies lipstick before performing Bharatanatyam dance during her Aragetram at the Jewish Community Center in Omaha, Nebraska, on Saturday, April 23rd, 2016. Luke has practiced this type of classical dance for ten years.
Hunting guide Aaron Schroder calls in ducks at Pheasant Bonanza's private duck blind near Tekamah, Nebraska. Pheasant Bonanza, the company Schroder works for, acquired the blind and installed it last summer about 300 yards from the banks of the Missouri, on a river bend.
Dave Rokusek of Loup City leads the accordian jamboree at the 2010 Wilber Czech Festival in Wilber, Nebraska, on Friday, Aug. 7, 2010. McKenna is the 100th member of the Krebs family, counting Mary's children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and their spouses.
The fans appear concerned for UNO's Ryan Walters (17), left, and Max French (16) as they battle for the puck in the first period as the University of Nebraska at Omaha Mavericks defeat the Bentley Falcons 4-2 at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska, on Saturday, October 12, 2013.
South High School students Lulu Machuca, left, a junior, Elizabeth Contreras, a senior, and Gabby Cubilla, a senior, ride in the Cinco de Mayo parade in South Omaha on Saturday, May 4, 2013. The girls were competing to be queen of Cinco de Mayo.
Pam Warrick of Omaha, Nebraska, is illuminated by her phone as the sun becomes totally eclipsed in Falls City, Nebraska. State tourism officials estimate that hundreds of thousands of visitors viewed the eclipse in Nebraska.
Rory Meeks, of Marion, Iowa, applies makeup in his Omaha Arena dressing room on Friday, Feb. 13, 2004, in Omaha, Nebraska. Meeks is a bullfighter and rodeo clown for the Dodge World's Toughest Rodeo held this weekend at the
Sporting Jurassic Park attire, Scott Cain of Council Bluffs, Iowa, transports his 18-month son, Alex, across the street during the Old Market Fall Festival near 11th and Harney Streets in Omaha, Nebraska, on Sunday, October 29, 2017.
Luther Salveson with the VEE Corporation in Minneapolis, Minnesota, attaches the putter shaft to the putter handle during the installation of a 12-foot-tall likeness of Mutual of Omaha sponsored golfer Fred Funk, in front of the Mutual of Omaha Building in Omaha, Nebraska, on Tuesday, June 4, 2013. Funk competed in the U.S. Senior Open golf tournament coming to Omaha in July.
Volunteer Jessica Ovici, who is a network engineer with Cox Business, washes a hand railing as she prepares it for painting during the United Way's annual Day of Caring on Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, in Omaha, Nebraska, at the Urban League of Nebraska.
Carol Rogers, 59, left, visits her mother, Jeanne Rogers, 79, who has Alzheimer's, at the Douglas County Health Center on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. Rogers said her mother had been the principal at Druid Hill Elementary School for 20 years. Rogers, an Omaha native who sang around the world for 25 years with Sergio Mendes, is back in Omaha to care for her mother.
Omaha Fire Department Assistant Fire Marshall James Gentile supports an American flag as it is raised by the Omaha and Bellevue fire departments before the start of a remembrance service held at the Kroc Center on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011, in Omaha, Nebraska.
Jake Chapman was fully frosted over after clearing snow at his home in Norfolk, Nebraska, on Monday, Jan. 22, 2018. Norfolk was one of the areas hardest hit by the blizzard in eastern Nebraska, with the city receiving 14.6 inches of snow. The airport there reported a wind gust of 60 mph with visibility dropping to a quarter-mile.
Jade Blackwell of Rapid City, South Dakota, takes a moment to gather his composure before competing in Saddle Bronc Riding during Nebraska's Big Rodeo on Friday, July 26, 2013, in Burwell, Nebraska. As the rodeo's popularity has grown, larger purses are offered to winners, leading to better and more established riders competing.
Anthony Andrade, 10, climbs on a tank while playing with friends at Ta-Ha Zouka Park in Elkhorn, Nebraska, on Friday, March 14, 2016. The park is slated for a large renovation by Omaha Parks and Recreation.
Cody Compton, center, and Allison Leisingk dance at the Norden Barn Dance on Sunday, July 23, 2017, in Norden, Nebraska. The Norden Barn Dance, a 117-year-old attraction in northern Nebraskaâ€™s Keya Paha County, keeps alive a Saturday night tradition shared by many Nebraska towns 50 years ago. Local residents and visitors, young and old, have kept the barn dance going. And once people are drawn to the Depression-era barn in unincorporated Norden, they just keep coming back.
Alex Captyne sits in the entryway of a former doghouse he calls home on Friday, Jan. 26, 2001, in Omaha, Nebraska. Captyne has been splitting his nights between the doghouse and a homeless shelter for the past 1 1/2 years.
"We're not spring chickens anymore," says 77-year-old Edward Sharp as he cuddles up to his 72-year-old wife Gloria on Thursday, July 24, 2003, in Beemer, Nebraska. The two love birds scour a bean field along highway 275 west of Beemer in Cumming County. Swinging a pair of hoes handcrafted by Edward from a disking blade, they walk up and down the field with one row between them. "I used a little different formula on the herbicide on this field, about half as much and it worked about half as good," said Edward as he points out the weeds spotting an otherwise beautiful stand of soy beans. Edward was born and raised on this farm homesteaded by his great grandparents in the early 1860s. He married Gloria 52 years ago and the couple raised two boys and two girls, none of whom are farming now, "too much work," Edward says with a laugh and a shake of his hoe.
Burwell, Nebraska, native Bryant Kelley waits to compete in the Marty Sheets Memorial Junior Steer Riding during Nebraska's Big Rodeo on Friday, July 26, 2013, in Burwell. Junior events are mixed with professional events and allow young cowboys to develop their skills on a large stage.
Carly Thompson cleans the sacristy at the Holy Name Catholic Church on Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, in Omaha, Nebraska. Thompson has been volunteering at the church for six months. She said she enjoys the solitude of cleaning the church. The quiet atmosphere, she said, gives her a chance to reflect on her faith and her life.
Wenhao Huang, right, runs into the arms of Zhiling Yang as they celebrate graduating with degrees in international business administration from Bellevue University at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Saturday, June 3, 2017. This was the university's first class of Chinese students to graduate in a partnership with a Chinese university.
Bryan High junior and JROTC member Katrina Whitford holds a chicken during animal science class at Bryan High in Bellevue, Nebraska, on Thursday, April 21st, 2016. Plenty of schools have used class pets â€” think gerbils, goldfish, and even bearded dragons â€” to teach kids responsibility and real-world science lessons. Some elementary schools even hatch chicks each spring. But a smaller number of schools in Nebraska and western Iowa are raising livestock, such as rabbits, chickens, pigs and goats, to illustrate agricultural lessons about reproduction, the life cycle, animal nutrition and waste management.
Lizbeth Camargo mourns for her family while holding her father's American flag in the apartment, where on Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006, her father and brother were killed and her mother and another brother were critically injured in a fire. "I'm proud to be in this country, " Lizbeth recalled her father saying.
With walls filled with 88 years of memories, Frank Marino weighs out and fills bags of beans on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2007, in Omaha, Nebraska, at A. Marino, the only original Italian grocery store in left in Omaha, will close Saturday. Owner Frank Marino, who's pushing 80, is retiring from the business that his Sicilian immigrant father, Andrew Marino, founded in 1920, when little Italy was brimming with European immigrants. The store, at 1716 S. 13th St., survived for many years longer than most small businesses did.
A cool, wet towel gave Yonathan Peterson relief from the heat as he waits for the concert to start with his daughter Makaela Peterson in Memorial park on Saturday, June 17, 2006. The concert featured Conor Oberst and Bright Eyes.
As her family looks on, graduating 8th-grader Anahi Ruiz hugs her teacher Bob Humpal outside of Assumption-Guadalupe Catholic School in South Omaha, Nebraska, on Thursday, May 16, 2013. â€œLet me give you some love,â€ Ruiz said. Humpal agreed to teach eighth grade at Assumption-Guadalupe Catholic School knowing that it would only be a yearlong job â€” the school is one of three Catholic schools in southeast Omaha closing as part of a realignment of area schools. â€œWhen I got the feel of this place, I realized itâ€™s a place I belong. Even if itâ€™s just one year, when I leave here next year, I am going to be a better teacher and a better person because of this community,â€ Humpal said.
Zach Leonard, right, is pushed around by volunteer Angelo Spillane as they perform in Gotta Be Me's "Alice and Alex in Wonderland - Heartlight Style" at the Paralyzed Veterans of America Hall on Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016, in Omaha, Nebraska. Gotta Be Me is a 501c(3) not-for-profit organization located in Omaha that was created to promote the inclusion of adults with disabilities into communities.
While society as a whole lauds the Easter bunny for hiding tasty, poultry-themed treats, few stop to think about or give credit to the ecologically-responsible Easter squirrel who cleans up after the rush. Ignoring the rain, this damp little fellow was hard at work in Halleck Park in Papillion, Nebraska, on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
Apparently there is no lack of electricity between Ron and Diana Frerichs, see here on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2007, in Wymore, Nebraska. The couple lives off the electricity grid. A solar panel on the roof behind them provides electricity that charges a collection of batteries, provide 12 volts to the house.
From left: Toni Trovato, 9, Kaylee Phelps, 10, and Bethany Irvine, 11, compete in a sack race during a block party in Omaha, Nebraska, on Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014. Though Kaylee's 11th birthday isn't until December 15, she said she decided to throw her birthday party in October for the nicer weather. More than 100 people turned out to help her celebrate her upcoming birthday, but the Omaha girl didnâ€™t ask for a single present. The 10-year-old turned the celebration into a block party to raise money for Real Hope for Haiti Rescue Center
Kat Peterson, left, smiles as the rain pours down on her and the Papillion-La Vista South marching band before the start of Thursday's football game. Lincoln Southwest played Papillion-La Vista South in a football game on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015, in Omaha, Nebraska, at Papillion-La Vista South.
Kelsie Forristall, 15, laughs as Clayton Gillett, 17, pushes Joseph Gilman, 16, on a wheelbarrow as they, fellow Lewis Central High School students and volunteers spend their day creating gardens at the Union for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, Nebraska, on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. The events and others like it were organized as part of UNO's Nonprofit Organization and Management course. "I like how it's very hands on," Forristall said of the day of service.
At center, St. Stanislaus School fourth grader Rachel Culhane, 9, participates in morning prayers in teacher Kathleen Tims's class on Tuesday, April 9, 2013, in Omaha, Nebraska. On April 14, St. Stanislaus School will open its doors for one last time for alumni, former teachers and community members to mark its closing after 93 years and generations of young students.
Joseph Martinez hugs his grandmother, Dolores Hembertt after graduating. On the right is his mother, Ramona Martinez and niece, Isabella, 3. Martinez, a former gang member who has turned his life around, graduated from the Goodwill GED/construction Youthbuild program in Omaha on Thursday, July 25, 2013.
Johnethan Cortes, 9, walks down South 24th Street in Omaha, Nebraska, on Saturday, May 4, 2013, during the cityâ€™s Cinco de Mayo parade and festivities. Assumption-Guadalupe is the last Catholic grade school serving the Catholic Latino community in the heart of South Omaha. The next closest is Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School at 36th and X Streets.
Addison Earnest and Josephine Holiday dance, Monday, May 15, 2017, outside the Loma Tavern where their friend, Addie Hejl, played accordion during her first performance with her own band on in Loma, Nebraska. The tavern hosts polka bands every Sunday.
After playing a game in 40 degree weather, the Omaha Housing Authority Heavy Hitters players D'marius Mumphrey (41), Demarea Station (51) Magal Chol (96), Jerkari Ivory (75) and Ka'Maro Station (70) warm up with some hot chocolate in the van driven by coach Gannie Clark after playing a youth football game against the North Omaha Bengals at the YMCA football field in Papillion, Nebraska, on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015. For more than 30 years Gannie Clark has coached three OHA teams: pee-wee, JV and varsity.
R.P. Smith drives his truck to go feed his cattle on Friday, March 9, 2018, on his ranch near Broken Bow, Nebraska. Smith is one of Nebraska's most celebrated cowboy poets. Every year, he travels the country telling his homespun tales of ranch life which he also broadcasts on a local radio station. These days, R.P. balances his art with running his Custer County ranch full time.
George Mach, left, 94, of Omaha, who works out three times a week, participates in a water aerobics class alongside Gary Lee, 78, at the Prairie Life Fitness in Omaha, Nebraska, on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. Mach has been working out consistently for over 15 years.
Ruth Hillebran, left, and Marcus Brown, pet a donkey on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, after getting married at Bridge North Chapel in Omaha, Nebraska. Groom Marcus Brown brought Zebediah the camel and three donkey "bridesmaids" from Scatter Joy Acres as a surprise to Ruth Hillebran on their wedding day.
Omaha artist Jun Kaneko stands with his huge ceramic dangos (Japanese for rice dumpling), the largest he's ever created on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2007. The work was produced in a giant kiln in Pittsburg, Kansas, and now sit in an Omaha warehouse where they will stay till shipped to buyers and collectors worldwide.
Matheanna Williams holds Lola Williams, 3, during the Chief Standing Bear Trail dedication ceremony on Thursday, May 11, 2017, in Barneston, Nebraska. The Chief Standing Bear Trail, deeded to the Ponca by the Nebraska Trails Foundation, is named after the Ponca leader who was arrested in the winter of 1879 after he and others were making an arduous trek from Indian Territory in Oklahoma, where the tribe had been forceable relocated, to his homeland in northeastern Nebraska to bury his son. Chief Standing Bear sued to assert his rights, and his landmark 1879 court case in Omaha won legal recognition of Native Americans as people. The dedication of the Chief Standing Bear Trail provided an occasion for remembrance and solidarity.
Miriam Gueck of Omaha, Nebraska, is transported to a gallery within a gallery - another place and time as she views "Interior of a Picture Gallery with the Collection of Cardinal Silvio Valenti Gonzaga" a 1749 oil on canvas by Giovanni Paolo Panini. The painting is part of the "Renaissance to Rococo Old Masters" that opened today, Saturday Oct. 23, 2004, at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha.
Volunteers Kylie Richards, left, and Lizzie Helwig, right, help Noelle Hobza show a sheep in the Luv A Lamb show at the Sarpy County Fairgrounds Livestock Show Arena on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013, in Springfield, Nebraska. True Buddy Farms runs Luv A Lamb, which is a sheep-therapy program.
Imagine Uhlenbrock, 21, has coffee with her dog, Dulce, on Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, at the Blue Line Coffee shop near 50th Street and Underwood Avenue in Omaha, Nebraska. Uhlenbrock said she keeps her dog in her coat on cold days and that he is chill enough to take about anywhere.
In front of the Sheldon Art Museum, Delinda Neville of Alliance, Nebraska, planks on "Fallen Dreamer," by Tom Otterness, before the start of the University of Nebraska Huskers vs. the University of Wisconsin Badgers football game at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Saturday, September 29, 2012.
Assumption Guadalupe students, from left: Valerie Aponte, Carlos Aguilar, Jenifer Mendoza-Luna, Julian Ramierez, Angel Reyna and Noelia Ruiz catch their first sight of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School in Omaha, Nebraska, on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013. As part of Catholic Schools Week and to gear up for a changing lineup in South Omaha, Assumption-Guadalupe students traveled to Sts. Peter and Paul School for mass, donuts and icebreaker activities.
Eli West of Omaha, Nebraska, stands under the cool, pouring water of Smith Falls, the tallest waterfall in Nebraska on Monday, May 23, 2016. The falls are about 25 minutes east of Valentine, Nebraska, and are accessible from both water and land.
Tom Richardson uses a leaf blower to clean the snow from his car at his home near 80th and Hascall Streets on Friday, Feb. 22, 2013, in Omaha, Nebraska. Richardson prefers the blower because it doesn't scratch the car.
Louie, a French Bulldog dressed as Wonder Dog, right, owned by Karyn Stodden of Omaha, Nebraska, and Hooper, a Boston Terrier, dressed as a dragon, owned by Jessica Mericle of Omaha, stand guard as they wait in line to register at the eighth annual Growl-O-Ween sponsored by Three Dog Bakery and Spaw at Midtown Crossing in Omaha on Saturday, October 24, 2015.
From left: Asya Nelson, 20, Hser Tha Kue, 16, a Benson High School junior, and Shar Paw, 16, a Northwest High School junior, create an arrangement of flowers to sell at City Sprouts' farm stand on Saturday, May 27, 2017, in Omaha, Nebraska. Through the farm stand students learned how to interact with customers and run a business.
Dmitrii "Dima" Shaposhnikov, 13, who is a completely blind sixth-grader at Beadle Middle School, whispers to his paraprofessional, Sue Klopp, during Spanish class in Omaha, Nebraska, on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. In addition to Russian and English, Shaposhnikov knows some German and a little Spanish. He also knows brail.
From left: Asya Nelson, 20, Hser Tha Kue, 16, a Benson High School junior, and Shar Paw, 16, a Northwest High School junior, create an arrangement of flowers to sell at City Sprouts' farm stand on Saturday, May 27, 2017. Through the farm stand students learned how to interact with customers and run a business.
Terence Crawford and his son Tyrese Crawford relax together in his bedroom following a workout at his rental home in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016. Crawford spent several weeks in Colorado Springs for training camp in preparation for his fight against Hank Lundy at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Can you hear me now? Dennis Dibble, a serviceman with Neon Products of Omaha, Nebraska, gives an earful of maintenance to the cowboy atop the Wolf Bros. Western Wear sign at 70th and Dodge Streets in Omaha on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2005.
Dan Goodwin works out at Goodwin's Spencer Street Barber Shop, founded and owned by Dan Goodwin in 1955. It is one of the few original shops left on north 24th Street from the area's heyday. Senator Ernie Chambers is among those who cut hair at the shop. Among the sports clippings and photos of family and friends hanging on the walls of the shop is a shelf of trophies, awards and medals from Goodwin's relatively recent exploits as a national champion power lifter.
Miss Czech Slovak Illinois, Lea Sohrabi, is all smiles as the queens competing for Miss Czech Slovak, gather on stage for introductions during the 2010 Wilber Czech Festival in Wilber, Nebraska, on Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010.
Lydia Ostry, 10, left, her sisters Maria, 22, and Gabriella, 8, slaughter chickens at the family's Bruno, Nebraska, farm, on Monday, Oct. 17, 2016. Maria's job on the farm is to run the family's broiler chicken operation.
Ainsworth High School's Rob Maxwell, 18, quickly walks across the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus while being harassed by wind and snow during the NSAA State High School Speech Championships in Kearney, Nebraska, on Thursday, March 27, 2014
Conductor Joyce Miller leads the River City Ringers in practice on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017, in Omaha, Nebraska, in the basement of the Walnut Grove Retirement Community. The River City Ringers is one of only a few community bell choir in the state of Nebraska.
Trevor Koetter, left, and Katie Bykerk, feed their Blue Heelers ice cream in the parking lot of Shorty's in Albion, Nebraska, on Thursday, July 21, 2016. Koetter and Bykerk said they come to the ice cream shop and burger joint on a regular basis.
Nolan Sensintaffar, 5, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, swings for the fences as University of Nebraska at Omaha baseball players pay a visit to Nebraska Medicine's pediatric patients in Omaha, Nebraska, on Monday, May 16, 2016. An impromptu baseball diamond was set up in the Durham Outpatient Center, where players helped the young patients bat, catch and run the bases.
Ryan Donovan of Council Bluffs, Iowa, attaches lights to his bike alongside an owl statue prior to the start of the 6th annual Owl Ride, a nighttime bike ride, which gives riders a choice of a 7.5-mile short course and a 17-mile extended route in Omaha, Nebraska, on Saturday, July 11, 2015. The Owl Ride raises funds for the Meyer Foundation for Disabilities.
Louis Loarca, 14, right, Adonise Primes, 13, and Garwich Lam, 13, all from the South Omaha YMCA, relax after picking up trash. Primes wore the paper sack to try to keep cool and to keep the bugs away. Dozens of teens from six YMCA of Greater Omaha branches partnered with Keep Omaha Beautiful and braved the heat and mosquitos, helping clean Mandan Park in South Omaha, Nebraska, on Thursday, June 24, 2010.
Rudy Bob, a members of the American Indian Dance Theater, poses for a portrait in the Omaha World-Herald studio on Feb. 15, 2017. The group, founded in 1987, includes members from across the nation and is known as the premier American Indian performing arts company.
Ballet Nebraska's professional dancers Katherine Eppink, left, and Katie Van der Mars, right, both of Omaha, pretend to play the Big Buck Safari arcade game while making a public appearances in full classical costume in Omaha, Nebraska, on Tuesday, April 14, 2015. The ballerinas travelled throughout Omaha and the Council Bluffs, Iowa, area to show off their costumes, pose for photos with fans, and to promote their upcoming production, Momentum: International Masters.
Fans walk the switchback walkway to and from their seats in the second quarter as the University of Nebraska-Lincoln football team took on Florida Atlantic at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Saturday, August 30, 2014.
Joseph Choi, owner of J.P's Dry Cleaning and Tailoring near 108th Street and Mockingbird Drive in Omaha, Nebraska, takes advantage of a slow day and shakes off the winter blues by practicing his golf swing. Winter storms continued to roll through the Omaha Metro area on Monday, January 16, 2017.