NSAA State Speech Returns to Kearney

Over the two day event, close to 3,000 individuals find their way across the UNK campus in support of the activity.
By Deb Velder, NSAA Associate Director

Events, Guest Bloggers

Exploring the Oregon Trail in Nebraska

Read all about lifestyle blogger Erin Fairchild’s adventures in Kearney. From awesome food to places off the beaten path, she takes you there!
By Erin Fairchild, herheartlandsoul.com

Dine & Draft, Guest Bloggers, History & Fine Arts, Just For Fun

For Car Fans, Art Lovers and History Buffs

Classic car fans, art lovers, and those who enjoy history will find attractions in Kearney, Nebraska worthy of their attention. Each place has its own story.
By Nan Miller, nanmillertimes.com

Guest Bloggers, History & Fine Arts

The Museum Above the Interstate

Join Nan Miller has she takes you through the Kearney Archway on one of her many stops in Nebraska.
By Nan Miller, nanmillertimes.com

Guest Bloggers, History & Fine Arts

A Traveler’s Guide of the Sandhill Crane Migration

This often overlooked and underrated annual event is majestic, beautiful, inspiring and everything you need to look at Nebraska travel in a whole new light.
By LeAnna Brown, WellTraveledNebraskan.com

Events, Guest Bloggers, History & Fine Arts, Just For Fun

Classic Cars Galore – The Walking Tourists

More than 200 classic cars await to be discovered at the Kearney Classic Car Collection. Travel bloggers The Walking Tourists share their visit to the beautiful museum.
By Tim Trudell, The Walking Tourists

Guest Bloggers, History & Fine Arts

Adventures with Sandy Crane

Sandy has been hard at work preparing for the Sandhill Crane Migration. Lucky for you, we’ll keep you updated on what she’s been doing…

Events, Guest Bloggers, Just For Fun

The Incredible Sandhill Crane Migration

The amazing thing is, it’s one of the greatest animal migrations on earth. Thousands of Sandhill Cranes begin arriving along the Platte River in late February and stay through March.
By Mark Gordon, mgordoncommunications.com

Events, Guest Bloggers, History & Fine Arts, Just For Fun

Meetings Made Easy in Kearney

The Center for Grassland Studies has held its Nebraska Grazing Conference in Kearney for a number of years. The central location has made it easy access for participants coming from across the state.
By Margo McKendree, Administrative Coordinator, Nebraska Grazing Conference

Conventions, Guest Bloggers

Why I Choose to Meet in Kearney

It doesn’t matter if it is a meeting of twenty people or a thousand, it is a joy to plan an event because of the depth of experience and the amount of care given to every detail that needs attention.
By LeRoy Janssen, NACO Meeting Coordinator

Conventions, Guest Bloggers

My First Experience With the Sandhill Crane Migration

Witnessing the influx of tens of thousands of ancient birds and their landings on the shallow waters of the Platte, is truly one of the most breathtaking experiences I have ever had in nature.
By Ann Teget, postcardjar.com

Events, Guest Bloggers

Painting the Blue Line at NSAA State Cross Country

Every fall, as I am painting the long blue line at the Kearney Country Club, I can’t help but remember my first state cross country meet in 1989…
By Brady Bonsall, UNK Track & Field/Cross Country Head Coach

Events, Guest Bloggers, Sports