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Jacquelyn Olson anchors the morning show alongside meteorologist Tom Clements.
Jacquelyn joined the North Platte News & Information Network in May 2014 as a Video Journalist.
Jacquelyn Olson was bit by the journalism bug early on in high school. Writing and telling people’s stories are her passion and she knew she wanted to pursue it as a career.
Jacquelyn received her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia College Chicago. She also interned for WGN Radio where she wrote scripts and assisted the producers.
Originally from Des Plaines, Illinois, Jacquelyn joins the North Platte news team from Myrtle Beach where she was a production assistant for WMBF News, the local NBC affiliate.
Jacquelyn started her career as a Video Journalist in May 2014. She helped launch 10/11 North Platte News.
Jacquelyn says she loves news because there’s always something going on and it’s her job to figure out what it is. Digging and finding the news that matters is the thrill Jacquelyn enjoys.
In her spare time, you can find Jacquelyn in the kitchen trying a new recipe or enjoying the outdoors on her bike or by the lake.
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