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Bike census

I get really frustrated when I hear people say “Oh, hardly any people ride bikes, so there’s no need for bike infrastructure.” Classic chicken-and-egg case: if it were easier and more comfortable to ride, it’s likely people would – which would have major implications in several community indices, notably public health. 254 more words


It's a Gay Meet & Greet!

Oh, yes! You heard right! There’s gonna be a bunch of us LGBTQ folk getting together at a coffee house to talk some smack about Trump, gay stuff, and how to improve our community! 104 more words

Reflection on U.S - Vietnam relation after attending a high school class

Hieu Thao, Vietnam

In the second week, I had a blast visiting Scottsbluff and getting to know more about local communities. The most impressive activity to me was the visit to Gering High School. 432 more words

Rufus Sage's Authentic Mountain Man Poem Opens a Window to the Past.

This mountain man poem opens a window to the heart and mind of someone who lived the life of a mountaineer.

Primary sources are invaluable for learning about the past. 961 more words

Mountain Men

Scottsbluff Circa 1841 was God's Country.

According to Rufus Sage, Scottsbluff, Nebraska was heaven on earth in 1841.

Do you ever find yourself gazing at our Nebraska prairies, dreaming of what they looked like in the days of old? 1,084 more words

Mountain Men

Western Nebraska - 2012 Road Trip – Day 11 – Carhenge, Scotts Bluff & Toadstool Geologic Park

Monday morning, we set off for the rest of our vacation, the scenic route home. We headed north into Wyoming, going past Cheyenne, before heading east across the prairies for the… 447 more words


Midwest adventure: The hospitality of Scottsbluff, Nebraska

On the second week of our fellowship at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, our hosts took us to western Nebraska to be immersed in rural American life and the midwestern experience. 1,410 more words