Tag: October 2018

5 Steps to the Perfect Cocktail

The Bar: Mercury The Bartender: Sara Mellor The drink: On Clout 9 Step 1: What you need 1.5 ounces Elijah Craig Private Barrel Pick #3 .5 ounces Clout Coffee – Cold Brew .5 ounces Amaro Nonino .25 ounces Wisconsin Sugar Maple Syrup .25 ounces Nux Alpine Walnut Liquor   Step […]

Committed to Excellence

Rylee Gray, Sophomore, Elkhorn South High School Rylee Gray eats, sleeps, and breathes volleyball. Although she also plays basketball and competes in field events such as discus and high jump, volleyball is a year-round sport for her. She currently plays for Nebraska Elite as well as Elkhorn South High School. […]

Setting Sites High

Dominic Mendlik, Sophomore, Creighton Prep Although Dominic Mendlik often has a shotgun in his hands, his charming, well-spoken personality is immediately disarming. He’s quick to reassure anyone who might be concerned about a bunch of teenagers shooting trap. “Everyone has to take a mandatory gun safety course from the Game […]

Setting the Stage for Growth

Three years ago when Elkhorn South High School sophomore Greg Cross took on his Eagle Scout project, little did he know it was the start of something big. As a player for Elkhorn Soccer Club (ESC), he decided to raise money to improve the club’s facility at the James P. […]

Shining Bright

Edge Magazine’s first “Our Youth” column started in 2017, and the first feature was Cale Ferrin. Cale stole our hearts with his larger than life personality that serves him well as he fights the disease Fanconi Anemia. But it certainly hasn’t stopped him to pursue his passion for acting. Edge […]

Reading Done Right

A year ago we introduced you to MarbleSpark, a local publisher that writes and illustrates custom children’s books using a child’s name, providing a personalized gift cherished by kids and parents alike. But when founders Phil and Stacey Haussler discovered that 61 percent of children growing up in poverty don’t […]

A Born Leader

Malorie Maddox is a household name in our community and someone who touched the lives of many during her 20 years as a broadcast journalist. Now she’s touching lives in a whole new way as the Vice President of Communications with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska (BCBSNE), and continues […]

Spreading Strength

Heart attack, Stroke and Pheochromocytoma survivor Angie Jorgensen and co-founder of local stroke awareness group “Stromies” has learned in every circumstance to “find one good thing and build on it.” December 7, 2012 Jorgensen found herself going from not feeling well to fighting for her life. This wife, mom, sales […]