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Fall is for Photos

Fall is for Photos 16 SEPTEMBER 2017 Fall Scenery In every season, Southeast Nebraska shines as a subject for photographers, both amateur and professional. Fall is a favorite for photo ops, as nature puts on a magnificent show, and the cooler temperatures invite you...

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The Eclipse is Coming

News Flash! Several of the SENTC Counties are in the path of the 2017 Solar Eclipse, which will occur on Monday, August 21. Lots of events are being planned around the Eclipse, and for those of you who have to travel or make reservations, time is running out. Lodging...

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Make Plans to Experience the 2017 Eclipse in SE Nebraska

If you haven't already made plans for the Total Solar Eclipse on Monday, August 21, 2017, now is the time! Many lodging places have been booked for more than a year, but you may still find spots in smaller communities. A variety of events is planned in the Southeast...

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A Great Thing Just Got a LOT Better

SENTC, a twelve-county organization created to promote tourism in Southeast Nebraska, is able to do its work only through the support of our member counties and the businesses and organizations that purchase partnerships. This year, we introduced a new partnership...

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Experience the Lewis & Clark Center in Nebraska City

The 79-acre Missouri River Basin Lewis and Clark Interpretive Trail and Visitor Center offers opportunities to rediscover the wonders of nature as you “walk in the footsteps” of Lewis & Clark along the Center’s 2.5 miles of trails and experience the many unique exhibits.

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Go Find the Fun!

Southeast Nebraska is beautiful in any season, but spring brings something special. All it takes is a walk or drive through the area to see evidence of that claim. You're bound to spot plenty of photo-worthy scenery, much of it created when nature serves as a backdrop...

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We’re Mobile Friendly!

When the SENTC site was redesigned in 2012, "mobile-friendly" was an option but not a requirement for websites. In three short years, that philosophy changed as the number of people using cell phones and tablets to connect to the Internet has increased dramatically....

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