Category : News Articles

Walnut Creek Watershed Public Presentations

The Walnut Creek Watershed is one of the most quickly urbanizing watersheds in Iowa, encompassing 52,643 acres in Dallas and Polk County. About 60% of the watershed’s land area falls within the incorporated boundaries of Dallas Center, Clive, West Des …

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New Complex Delivers B1G Student-Athlete Benefits

Beautiful fields, courts, and locker rooms; comfortable and accessible seating; and lights for nighttime play are some of the more obvious benefits of the new Hibner Stadium and the Sid and Hazel Dillon Tennis Center on the University of Nebraska …

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Mason City Experiences a Downtown Resurgence

Building upon earlier plans and assistance from Main Street Iowa, the community of Mason City has transformed four blocks along Federal Avenue, including a plaza, into the core of their downtown. This revitalization is place specific and targeted to reestablish …

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Huskers Unveil New Soccer Stadium

Might one think the Nebraska Women’s Soccer Team is just a little excited to get the season started? (We do!) Nebraska will host its first exhibition soccer contest at Hibner Stadium tonight (Aug. 12.) at 7:05 – stop by to …

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Health Science Education Complex infuses technology with space and nooks, crannies for student success

Nursing, physical therapy, physician assistants, and radiography students – learning and working side-by-side. Driven by a modernized approach to health science education, this is just part of the innovative nature of the new UNMC-UNK Health Science Education Complex. Providing a …

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State-of-the-art Hibner Stadium wows Husker soccer players on first visit

Before Hibner Stadium, the University of Nebraska women’s soccer team played on a small field between Memorial Stadium and the football practice fields, shared it with another sport, and couldn’t play night games. Now, fans (up to 1,800 of them), …

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