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September/October 2016

From the moon-lit tip of Chimney Rock in western Nebraska on our cover to the classic eastern farm scene in the back of the magazine, the September/October 2016 issue of Nebraska Life is a showcase of what makes living in Nebraska unlike living anywhere else.

Lake Ericson - Web Extra

A community of residents and regulars camp, splash and explore their summer away at this little reservoir.

Broken Bow Aims for the Bull's-eye

Travelers to Broken Bow in Custer County are greeted by pleasant valleys and lush hillsides.

Irresistible Baked Goodness

Baked goodness from our Nebraska Life readers.

Wind Flowers - Web Extra

Looking for more from our March/April 2016 story on windmills? Check out these stunning extra photos that blew our way.

Souper Winter Soups

Wintertime is for soups. As winter chills to the bone, cooks turn the heat up with steaming pots of goodness in Nebraska kitchens statewide. Soup is the original comfort food.

Town Story: Auburn

Amid Auburn’s pretty countryside you’ll discover historic architecture, elegant Victorian homes from the early 20th century, a rare pair of thriving downtowns and an eclectic array of restaurants that caters to this diverse and growing city of nearly 3,500 residents.

Profiles of Patriotism - Web Special Salute

This web feature is a special supplement to our “Profiles of Patriotism” story which appeared in our January/ February 2016 issue. Give us a call at (800) 777-6159 to order your copy or to begin your Nebraska Life subscription today.

NL Hometown Stories - Senator George W. Norris

In this Nebraska Life Hometown Video, Clark and Dawna Bates portray George W. Norris and his wife, Ellie, reflecting on his accomplishments after leaving politics for a group of visitors gathered in the garden of the Norris Home, a Nebraska State Historic Site.

NL Hometown Stories - Harry Strunk

In this Nebraska Life Hometown Video, McCook historians Gene O. Morris and Chuck Peek reflect on the influences of the man on their community, region and state.

NL Hometown Stories - Buffalo Commons Storytelling Festival

In this Nebraska Life Hometown Video, McCook residents Linda Crandall, Cloyd Clark and Mary Dueland discuss the origins of the popular festival that includes folklorists, poets, first-time storytellers and well-known masters of the art. Comedians and musicians are also part of the celebration that takes place in multiple venues in McCook.

Sisters Grimm: Bushnell's Bookstore in a Barn

A Fairy Tale begins for Sisters Grimm
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