Shannon Miller had won an unprecedented five collegiate hockey national championships in 16 seasons when she was abruptly fired from her position, without cause, as the head women’s hockey coach at the University of Minnesota-Duluth seven years ago. Heartbroken that her career in hockey may have come to an end, Miller moved her...
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The Heartland Cancer Foundation will host its seventh annual Mardi Gras Gala Saturday, Feb. 12, at the Lincoln Cornhusker Marriott Hotel. The evening will begin with a happy hour at 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m. and the program at 8 p.m., including a silent auction, entertainment and an illuminating program featuring keynote speaker Shannon Miller.
A body was found in Bird Creek near Sperry on Sunday, November 28. The man has since been identified as Skiatook resident Shannon Miller, who had been missing since October 19. Frank Fisher, a public affairs officer with the FBI Oklahoma City Division, said the body was found about 9:30...
Shannon Miller, Stepping Stones Counselor, Passes National Counselor Examination. Stepping Stones (www.steppingstoneslincoln.com) is pleased to announce that Shannon Miller has passed the National Counseling Examination and has applied for licensure as an independent mental health practitioner in the State of Nebraska. Shannon has been part of the Stepping Stones team since 2016, providing mental health assessments, alcohol and drug evaluations, and outpatient counseling and treatment services for those with behavioral health needs. Shannon received her bachelor’s degree in behavioral science and her master’s degree in counseling from Bellevue University. She has a diverse background as a counselor and is experienced in providing counseling services to those who have experienced trauma and/or struggle with co-occurring mental health issues. She has over 19 years of experience working in the human services field and over 14 years as a counselor.
In the previous 25 years, only one Bartlesville gymnast brought home the coveted annual Shannon Miller Award. As of 2021 the number is now two. Current Bartlesville Gymnastics Club (BGC) sky flower Kylee Greene reaped the honor, which is bestowed by the Oklahoma USA State Committee to the athlete that brought recognition through gymnastics competition to the state of Oklahoma.
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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Her life story is one for the ages. Shannon Miller, an Edmond native, is a gymnastics champion who won seven Olympic medals as a member of the 1992 and 1996 U.S. Women’s Olympic Team. Her brilliant artistry and competitive spirit made her an inspiration to gymnasts...
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WASHINGTON (ABC7) — The world continues to support Simone Biles as she focuses on her mental health instead of competing at the Olympics -- the pressures of which Shannon Miller can certainly relate to. The seven-time Olympic medalist stole the hearts of millions at the Barcelona and Atlanta games, but taking home the gold was far from her biggest feat. The decorated gymnast and mother of two is also an ovarian cancer survivor reflected on 25 years since the Magnificent Seven's historic win, and a decade of being cancer-free.
WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – With seven Olympic medals, Shannon Miller is the most decorated female gymnast from Team USA. Born in Missouri but raised in Oklahoma, Miller was part of the “Magnificent Seven” gold medal team from the 1996 Olympics. She also scored gold on the balance beam that year.
‘You better be in the right headspace or really bad things are going to happen': Shannon Miller on Simone Biles's exit
Simone Biles pulled out of the U.S. team gymnastics finals Tuesday due to mental health concerns. “When you are flying and flipping and turning 10, 15 feet above the floor, looking for a landing, you better be in the right headspace or really bad things are going to happen,” said former Olympian Shannon Miller.