Barbara Green is saying goodbye to the house she's lived in and loved for almost 20 years. It's one of the most famous in Dundee.

In addition to the famous treat, visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about the history of soda jerks and experience how travelers enjoyed the soda fountain while passing through Union Station in its heyday.

Despite the amount spent on upkeep of the four- to five-acre stretch, the grass didn’t keep runoff from the sloped area from streaming into yards across the street (neighbors jokingly called it a lake). Pesticides and fertilizers from lawns then washed back into the Papillion Creek Watershed. So neighbors jumped into action to create a more functional — and beautiful — sea of flowers. 

Americans didn't invent barbecue - it's a timeless cooking technique that appears in many guises around the globe - but it has been intertwined with American history since the beginning of the republic. When President George Washington oversaw the laying of the U.S. Capitol cornerstone in 1793, the assembled dignitaries celebrated the momentous occasion with barbecued ox. Our proprietary feelings about smoked and grilled meats go along with a range of misconceptions about the food and its customs.