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summer farmers market manager?

How many of y’all out there love the summer farmers market in downtown Scottsbluff?

Sometimes Sarah wears the Shrek ears when she’s selling cheese, too. And sometimes, she adds Harry Potter glasses for effect. 668 more words


An Emporium for All Tastes in Scottsbluff, Nebraska

The “Coffeehouse and Café” part of the restaurant’s name seems to understate its offerings. But the “Emporium” part gets it right. Serving everything from buttery steaks to Greek salads, from wild mushroom ravioli to shrimp orecchiette, and boasting the most expansive wine list in the Nebraska panhandle, the Emporium Coffeehouse and Café in Scottsbluff prepares something for everyone. 31 more words


The hard-knock life of a pedestrian in Scottsbluff

It starts out sounding like such a good idea.

“The sun’s out, it’s 30 degrees – let’s walk to the winter farmers market!”


“Let’s walk down to the river pathway and soak up some winter sunshine and watch the geese come in.” 666 more words


Scottsbluff Winter Farmers Market, 2016

Gosh, have I been remiss this season. I haven’t posted once about the winter farmer’s market!

It’s such a treat to go into the greenhouse on a cold, sunny day and feel for a moment like you’re transported back to summertime. 302 more words


Oh what fun, the Jingle Jog!

I loves me some goofiness. Particularly public displays of goofiness. So when I heard about the new event in Scottsbluff – the Jingle Jog – I was all for it. 510 more words


A Night in a Barn in Scottsbluff, Nebraska

Occasionally in my youth, if I ever happened to leave a door open, my parents would ask me if I lived in a barn. I never understood that commonly employed expression: Do people in barns leave the doors open? 63 more words


Billy Estes and Miss Bish, the Midwest Theater's Ghost

Destroyed by fire, the Egyptian Theater in Scottsbluff reemerged as the historic Midwest Theater, which was placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1997. 18 more words

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