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Smack dab in the middle of Nebraska (well closer to 75 miles south of the middle), but on the north side of Interstate 80 (which is about a mile south of US Highway 30, which runs through the middle of town), you'll find the city of Lexington. It began as a frontier trading post in 1860 and was a stop along the Pony Express. Today, a significant portion of the slightly more than 10,000 people living there work at the cities largest employer, a beef packing plant.
April 12th, 2018
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