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A Cool Place to Cool Off on Channel 6 Outdoors

With the arrival of summer-like weather, I’ll be showing you a cool place to cool off in the Nebraska state park system with your family and friends on my Weekly Outdoor Report on Omaha’s WOWT-TV/Channel 6 and on www.wowt.com Look at the pics, and try to figure out where we’re heading.

I think you know where we’re going, but find out for sure by tuning in LIVE Thursday evening at 6 p.m. CST during the sportscast with the Channel 6 Sports Machine on WOWT-TV/Channel 6 and online at www.wowt.com!

Remember, if you are unable to view the live broadcast of the outdoor report, video replays of it can be seen after the initial cast at this link: www.wowt.com/sports The outdoor report can also be accessed on Digital Channel 6.2 and Cox Cable Channel 120. In addition, Channel 6 runs The Weekly Outdoor Report on Saturdays later in the station’s hour-long 8 a.m. newscast. Thanks a bunch for watchin! We’ll see you on, in or near the water!

About greg wagner

A native of Gretna, NE, a graduate of Gretna High School and Bellevue University, Greg Wagner currently serves as the Public Information Officer and Manager for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission's Service Center in Omaha. On a weekly basis, Wagner can be heard on a number of radio stations, seen on local television in Omaha, and on social media channels, creatively conveying natural resource conservation messages as well as promoting outdoor activities and destinations in Nebraska. Wagner, whose career at Game and Parks began in 1979, walks, talks, lives, breathes and blogs about Nebraska’s outdoors. He grew up in rural Gretna, building forts in the woods, hunting, fishing, collecting leaves, and generally thriving on constant outdoor activity. One of the primary goals of his blog is to get people, especially young ones, to have fun and spend time outside!

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