March/April 2023 NL
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- Nebraska’s spring colors come to life in a bright and bountiful look at flora and fauna found around the state in our Birds and Blooms photo essay. Bring your binoculars and settle in! Story by Cheyenne Rowe.
- History isn’t a thing of the past at the Harold Warp Pioneer Village in Minden. This one-of-a-kind museum, brought to life by a one-of-a-kind man, hosts stories illustrated by dedicated volunteers. Story by Tom Hess. Photographs by Alan J. Bartels.
- Granddaughter of a Ponca chief, Judi gaiashkibos has fought hard to turn adversity into advocacy for the native populations in Nebraska. She’s brought a bright recognition back to the Ponca tribe, remembrance to all Indigenous people and more. Story by Tim Trudell.
- Lakeland Sod School It was the best of times in the worst of times. Explore the history behind the “only known high school of sod” with this reprint from our archives. Story by Alan J. Bartels.
- A lot overlooking Big Sandy Lake got an architectural touch by the Bahe family. This grid-based, straight-laced (and lined) Bahe Lake House brought the family together and will stand the test of time. Story by Tom Hess.
- Ever been in three places at once? Thanks to the Tri-State Marker placed at the junction of Nebraska, Colorado and Wyoming, guests to the unassuming obelisk have the Kieler family to thank for preserving this piece of history. Story by Deb Carpenter-Nolting. Photographs by Jessica Rocha.
- A healthy trio of Quinoa recipes to try at home that are as yummy as their start ingredient is fun to say. Recipes and photos by Danelle McCollum.