JULY / AUGUST 2014
VOLUME 7 ISSUE 4
The carousel is as much a staple at state fairs and carnivals as the coal plant is to generation of electricity in this country. It’s hard to think of an amusement park without picturing stationary prancing horses going ’round and ’round, just like it’s hard to think of electricity being generated without the coal industry front and center.
When Mother Nature wages war, Nebraskans can be sure of one thing – there’s no peace treaty in sight. Instead, natives instinctively know to batten down the hatches and prepare to fight against ruthless 100 mile-per-hour winds, tornadoes, baseball-sized hail and flash floods. And, a handful of times this spring, they have shown that while Mother Nature may have won the battle, it’s ultimately the people who have won the war.
Meet Columbus Environmental Manager Joe Citta. Joe loves bass fishing, his family and working at NPPD.
National Stop on Red Week takes place the first week of August each year and is dedicated to educating Americans about the dangers of red-light running through education and enforcement. Innocent lives are lost every day because drivers recklessly decide to run red lights.