SCOTTSBLUFF — Art and history converged Thursday evening at the West Nebraska Art Center’s Bronson gallery; the walls were adorned with the work of nationally renowned Nebraska artist Gene Roncka, and at a table in the front of the gallery, co-authors Jody L. Lamp, (formerly of Minatare), and Melody Dobson signed copies of their new book, “A History of Nebraska Agriculture: A Life Worth Living,” which features the cover art and illustrations by Roncka.“I talked to many people tonight about...
SCOTTSBLUFF — The Scottsbluff City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve the final East Overland Corridor Revitalization Plan.Scottsbluff Economic Development Director Starr Lehl said the Community Redevelopment Authority (CRA) reviewed the city’s plan at its Sept. 11 meeting, and forwarded it back to the city with unanimous approval.The city will be offering financial assistance to businesses and residents with property along the East Overland Corridor.
MITCHELL — Brock Terrell didn’t originally start out in the sheep industry.And the Hay Springs farmer and 2002 South Dakota State University Graduate told Nebraska Sheep and Goat Proudcers Assocition members that he kind of got into it by accident.The drought in 2012 caused significant losses to his family’s farm, and almost nearly wiped out their entire field corn crop.“There were kernels of corn laying over the field, so I talked to a sheep producer from Colorado and asked what he thought...
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Selecting a term
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