Editorial: One To Another
It may seem as if 2012 passed quickly into the history books--and thankfully so.
Remember, it was a year of drought and parched earth. Wildfires blazed through the scorching summer, farmers and ranchers struggled with the lack of moisture, the price of hay soared.
But 2012 was also a year when talk of an oil boom fueled by new drilling technology into Niobrara shale stirred--subdued talk, to be sure.
As in any year, the community suffered through difficult moments and celebrated wonderful occasions.
Despite the drought, Kimball’s Farmers Day drew large, excited crowds to a series of new a...