Jacque Harms

News Director/Midday Anchor

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jacque.harms@nbcneb.com

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Jacque Harms is the News Director and Midday anchor.

Television news is all about serving our viewers, and delivering the stories and information that changes lives every day. As News Director, I get to live in one of the best places in the world, and work with incredible people. We are a small market television station, with the ability to focus on stories that are really important to our viewers.

And as anchor for the 11:30 Midday News, I welcome the Newsmakers and people who make Greater Nebraska special.

My career includes jobs at KCAU-TV in Sioux City, Iowa, and KNEN-FM in Norfolk, Nebraska. I graduated from Wayne State College, and I have started my Masters Degree at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.

It’s been my pleasure to serve as President of the Nebraska Associated Press Broadcasters and the Mid-Plains United Board of Directors. Currently, I am on the North Platte Catholic School Board of Education.


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