News from neighbors

Former Alco site to be home to hemp oil plant
    WRAY GAZETTE, April 17 — One of the city’s most visible vacant buildings will soon have a new tenant for the first time since December 2014, Wray City Manager James DePue told members of the Wray City Council during their monthly meeting last Tuesday.
    The former Alco building in north Wray has been purchased by Kind Roots Botanical, DePue told council members, and will be retrofitted into a facility to extract oil from THC-free hemp, at least some of which has been locally grown.

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State officials, landowners meet on deer damage
    WAUNETA BREEZE, April 11 — State officials emphasized to area landowners last week that reducing crop damage from deer will take a partnership between farmers, hunters, and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
    More than three dozen landowners attended a meeting April 2 at the Wauneta Senior Center to hear department officials talk about so-called “depredation management” in southwest Nebraska.
    “Our main purpose is to be here, listen to you” and offer tools and recommendations to tamp down deer damage to crops, Wildlife Division Assistant Administrator Pat Molini told the crowd.
    “Most of us are here [because there are] too many dang deer,” he said.

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