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Stephanie Gregory

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Stephanie GregoryI am passionate about people and am honored to call KELOLAND my new home.

Before moving to KELOLAND, I lived in Little Rock, AR, and worked at the NBC affiliate, KARK, as a morning producer and social media contributor.

I am proud to call myself a Harding University Bison. Before getting into the news business, I graduated from Harding University in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism. Fun fact: at Harding I met my dear friend, former roommate and current co-worker Sammi Bjelland. 

While at Harding I had the opportunity to intern at Fox News Channel in Washington, DC, on the show "Special Report with Bret Baier" in the summer of 2010 and intern at KARK during the summer of 2009. In the fall of 2010, I studied abroad in London, England, and traveled throughout Europe.

In my free time, I love to travel with my fiancé, Austin, and am currently a busy bee planning my wedding. 

I love hearing from viewers, so please feel free to follow me on Twitter and Facebook, I can't wait to follow you back.

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Stephanie Gregory

---> RT @NWSSiouxFalls: For those not liking today's heat, just remember, measurable #snows have been recorded just over 30 days from now.

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Continuing our back to school coverage: Harrisburg, Tea Area, Canton, Winner, & Chamberlain are #back2school today. Send pics to #kelonews!!

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RT @KELOHannah: @stephmgregory is live as students in Harrisburg & Tea get ready to head back to school @KELOHolsen @brittannlarson http://…

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