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Exploring Nebraska

Toadstool

Toadstool Geologic Park looks more like a sci-fi movie set than a serene corner of Nebraska.


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The Villagers of Taylor

A small Nebraska town tries to double its population by creating a unique new set of residents.


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The Master Gardener

95-year-old Master Gardener Gladys Juernik hangs up her shears and retires to the oasis in her own backyard.


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USS Omaha

The new USS Omaha (LCS 12) has joined the Navy fleet


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Homegrown Brew

Nebraska’s taste for craft brew brings new opportunities for growers


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"Wessels Farm"

Students experience a day as 19th Century farm kids


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New Frontier, New Athlete

Midland University is on the frontier of eSports with a new athletic program aimed at competitive video game athletes.


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Unadilla Bill

A trip to the state’s Groundhog Day capital, Unadilla, for its annual celebration to see if their own groundhog, Unadilla Bill, sees his shadow.


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Cosmic Films

A cosmic filmmaker’s playground


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Kearney Goes to War

Kearney, Nebraska’s little-known role in aiding the war effort during World War II.


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Sandhills Critters

Vertebrate ecologist Keith Geluso studies animals and teaches teachers about the wildlife of the Sandhills.


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Cops & Robbers

Lincoln’s famous Robber’s Cave taps into the craft brewing craze.



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