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Friday, November 22nd, 2019

Stuart: Making it work – together

Almost since its beginning, Stuart, Nebraska, has been populated by people who were socially-motivated volunteers. This is reflected in the… Read more


Osceola: A town that gets things done

If one characteristic can be said to encapsulate American exceptionalism it would be the “can-do” attitude. Give Americans a goal, and they… Read more


Aurora: Building on achievement

The success story that is Aurora, Nebraska, was a gradual process. Read more


Specialty planters adapted for hemp

From a legal crop in the 18th and 19th centuries, to a banned substance in the 20th century, industrial hemp has come full circle to become… Read more


Soil task force sets foundation for future operations

Nebraska Healthy Soils Task Force Chairman Keith Berns of Bladen, gave the group something to think about at its September meeting – it’s s… Read more


Taking my chances with vacation plans

I usually try and take a vacation this time of year. By vacation I mean someplace where I have to step away from work, disconnect from my p… Read more


Nebraska must embrace new opportunities, eliminate barriers to agriculture growth

Nebraskans must be open to new opportunities to grow agriculture, even when those opportunities look different than what have been availabl… Read more

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