Category: History

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The Cornhusker State Games

by Dave Mlnarik The Cornhusker State Games, held annually in mid-July, is one of the nation’s largest multi-sport athletic festivals with some 70 different sports conducted at more than 50 different venues, primarily in Lincoln and the surrounding area.  An...

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Capitol Beach: Rich in History

by Julie Nichols A mile or so west of the Haymarket on the west edge of downtown Lincoln, Capitol Beach is a quiet neighborhood bordered by restored saline wetlands—its colorful history invisible. No evidence remains of the stream of entrepreneurs...

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College Town

Lincoln is a college town. From the flagship campus of Nebraska’s state university to our smaller private and public institutions, Lincoln offers a variety of higher education opportunities to expand knowledge, skills and career opportunities.  The University of Nebraska-Lincoln The...

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I Live Here

by Rayna Collins Young families, students, new Americans, government workers, tradespeople, professionals and entrepreneurs—so many different people call Lincoln their home. And there is a neighborhood just right for every one. Whether you’re visiting or living here full time, each...