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Where is the best place in the world to experience the 2017 total solar eclipse and immerse yourself in the local culture of the great American west? West central Nebraska - specifically the area around North Platte! With abundant comfortable accommodations, pristine scenery, dark skies and exciting attractions, you can be assured of a "stellar" eclipse experience. West central Nebraska is a safe, easily accessible, mobile-friendly destination with great weather prospects that will experience a long duration, and offers great accommodations and plenty of diversionary activities. Begin planning now to make west central Nebraska your destination for the 21 August 2017 total solar eclipse. Former North Platte resident Derryl Barr, an amateur astronomer and avid eclipse chaser put together thi...
Welcome to Omaha, America’s gateway to the west, this city holds the interests of businessmen and women by being the home to 5 fortune 500 companies. Sports fans by offering to see hockey, baseball and football and families by offering many fun filled adventures. Families do love visiting Omaha’s number 1 paid attraction, The Henry Doorly Zoo. This Zoo hosts the world's largest nocturnal exhibit, cat complex, indoor swamp, rainforest and desert. We sure do know how to do it big in Omaha. Are you ready for some football? Then come see the Omaha Nighthawks tackle their opponents at TD Ameritrade Park. Baseball fans can catch the Omaha Storm Chaser known one out of the ballpark at their next home game. If you like hockey then come to The University of Nebraska to watch the Omaha Mavericks pla...
One person can get a lot done if they have the right information. Learn how OnBase drives self-service in the State of Nebraska by giving staff and constituents instant access to the information they need.
This video introduces web sites that have information to help you view the solar eclipse in Nebraska. Information available includes events in cities before the eclipse, events occurring for the eclipse. Nebraska Dept of Transportation road reports and traffic cams, historical cloud conditions. Eclipse, Nebraska Prof. Greg Clements
For more information about what Nebraska CIO Ed Toner is working on, check out StateScoop: http://statescoop.com/amid-it-consolidation-nebraska-focuses-on-the-basics This video was filmed at the National Association of Chief Information Officers midyear conference in April 2017 in Arlington, Virginia.
Come and learn more about Creating Change Nebraska and the network of individuals and organizations we are putting together to support nonprofit organizations in Nebraska and the amazing work they are doing in our communities. We will discuss our vision, structure, and upcoming initiatives and explain the role that individuals, nonprofits, businesses, and organizations play in creating positive change in Nebraska.
Over the past four weeks, I hit the road, charting over 2,400 miles with 13 listening sessions from Omaha to Scottsbluff and many stops in between. Your voice will guide my work when I return this month to the U.S. Senate, and will remain my most important source of information.
A guide to viewing the total solar eclipse, produced by Hyde Memorial Observatory, Lincoln, Nebraska. This video will give you basic information about the eclipse, where and when to view it and how to view it safely. If you live in Lincoln, Nebraska or plan to view the eclipse from Nebraska, you'll want to watch this video!
Tom Williams, Chappell Feedlot, talks about using quality and data-gathering as points of differentiation. This video news is provided by Certified Angus Beef LLC and the American Angus Association. Visit www.CABpartners.com or www.angus.org for more information.
Informative speech on mountain lions in Nebraska