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Chase County Wheat Harvest

At Home with Traveling Harvesters.

North Platte Canteen

Throughout World War II, thousands of Nebraska women greeted the troops in North Platte with songs, smiles, and hot food.

Omaha Steaks Best Recipes

Executive Chef Karl Marsh of Omaha Steaks serves up a sizzling symphony of recipes

Wessels Living History Farm

One Man’s Wish Breathes Life Into Historical Agriculture

Hiking and Biking in Potter's Pasture

Tucked away in the scenic canyons south of Brady lies Potter's Pasture, where one man bought the land and then opened it for the world to use.

Downtown Dining in Grand Island, Nebraska

Whether it’s a taste for the familiar dishes of Grand Island’s landmark diner, the Farmer’s Daughter, or something edgy like The Wave Pizza Company’s “Santa Cruz Slider,” parking on Walnut Street is always worth the hassle.

Town Story: La Vista

Finding a sense of community in Nebraska’s youngest city

Burrowing Owls of Nebraska

With bright, round eyes and a swiveling head that reminds one of the little girl in “The Exorcist,” no creature has a more unsettling stare than an owl.

The Great Flood of 2011

The roar of the Missouri flowing through the 14 floodgates spanning the shared Nebraska and South Dakota border was a hungry lion waiting to pounce. Soon the nation’s longest river would attack Nebraska with one of the worst floods in its history.

Gordon Howard and Chimney Rock

When the sun rises just right, the homestead where Gordon Howard was born 78 years ago in a two-story home is touched by the shadow of Chimney Rock.

The Grey Plume Restaurant

Farm-fresh vegetables aren't the only thing deliciously green about this classy Omaha restaurant.

Old Jules' Cabin

A new chapter on Old Jules Sandoz.
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Nebraska Life September 2018 - September 2018
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