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Tip for Crushing this New School Year

School is officially back in sessions! Parents are teary-eyed with their little ones starting school and parents of teens are relieved. Here are some tips to getting your kids back into the swing of the school year after a hectic and hot summer. 26 more words

How to SAFELY experience the upcoming Solar Eclipse

On August 21st, we will get the chance to experience a solar eclipse! However AMAZING this may be, it is important to be safe while trying to partake in the moment. 142 more words

Kearney Treasures - The Archway

Voted Top 10 “Must See Museums” by True West magazine in 2013.


The Archway’s outdoor Cultural Learning Trail pays tribute to the Native Americans and pioneers who called the Great Platte River Road their homeland. 20 more words

Explore Kearney - Cottonmill Park

Looking to move your summer fun outdoors?! Explore Kearney!

A central feature to Cottonmill Park is the 43 acre lake. Originally created in 1886 by filling the Kearney Canal, the lake acted as a storage reservoir that generated power for the old Cottonmill factory.  41 more words

Find Adventure in Kearney, NE!

Feeling adventurous this summer but not sure where to go? Stay local and hike or bike the Trail Bridge! Check out some of these reviews from locals and visitors —

Explore your city this summer!

The Archway

Along I-80, in about the middle of Nebraska, crossing the Interstate, erected high, stands the Archway.

Inside the Archway is a museum that covers the history of the Great Plains of Nebraska. 61 more words

Travels

The top 25 cities for the future

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

By 2050, approximately two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities, up from just over half right now.

In order to accommodate the masses, it’s important for urban centers to rev up their preparations for the future — through infrastructure improvements, technological innovation, policy-making, environmental protections, and other forward-looking strategies. 1,521 more words

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