Thanks to the generosity of HPPR's supporters, High Plains Public Radio made its December 2018 fundraising goal of $50,000. Thank you, thank you, thank you to all the listeners who helped us kick off the new year in the right way. If you didn't get a chance to support HPPR before the start of 2019, don't worry. You can still pledge to public radio on the High Plains by clicking here.
Let's call it the first hopeful sign of spring!
The Radio Readers Book Club's 2019 Spring Read is gearing up. The theme: It's a Mystery to Me!
Don't miss out. Details are here.
Three Stories Worth Your Time
It includes the classic quote, “Droughts are like the Rodney Dangerfield of hazards. They just don’t get any respect,” said Drought Monitor co-creator Mark Svoboda, director of the National Drought Mitigation Center at The University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
“The old adage is, if it smells like Greeley it’s gonna snow.” Nuff said.
The USDA says it plans to “shutter every local and state farm service center across the U.S.”
Best-Read Stories At HPPR.org
HPPR.org is your go-to spot for the latest news from the High Plains region, as well as our events, exclusives, and features. You’ll also find the latest national and international news. Here are this week's TOP STORIES from our website.
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