The Cornhusker State inspires images of wide-open prairies, never-ending cornfields and pancake-flat horizons. These stereotypes only reflect a fraction of the state’s varied landscapes. The nation’s 16th-largest state is peppered with geological and manmade wonders that will make you rethink your definition of Nebraska. The Nebraska State Capitol, built from 1922-1932, was the first statehouseRead More
The Archway is a bridge and museum spanning I-80 at Kearney. Photo by Christopher Amundson.