Western Neb. trees still dying after 2012 drought LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Forestry officials in western Nebraska say last year's drought was so severe that trees are still struggling to survive, and many are succumbing to pests and disease.
June 22, 2013 - Scottsbluff Star-Herald
Beyene Petros in Reuters Africa We have lodged this appeal because the manner in which the NEB handled our grievances was very irregular,Medrek chairman Beyene Petros told Reuters on Tuesday. "We submitted an 87-page document of evidence but they never invited us to...
Jack Layton in 680 News Energy security, environmental ramifications, and the creation of good long-term jobs shouldn't be at the mercy of a singular NEB decision,Layton said in a statement.