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Statewide Magazine Features Local Photographer
NORFOLK, Neb., March 25, 2013 – A photograph from Midland News editor, Laura Vroman, graces the cover of the March/April issue of Nebraska Life Magazine.
Longtime contributor to Nebraska Life, this is Vroman’s first cover. The image was taken at Fort Niobrara National Wildlife Refuge and features a thunderhead rising over Fort Falls.
Selected for the photo essay, “Clouds: Nebraska Skyscapes,” Vroman’s photograph is accompanied by works from Steve and Bobbi Olson, and Nebraska Life editor and publisher, Christopher Amundson.
View the photo essay in the current issue, available on newsstands or by subscription for $21 a year.
Also making an appearance in the March/April issue is Valentine native Chris Senseney and wife, Stefanie Drootin-Senseney of Big Harp. The duo’s second studio album, released by Omaha’s Saddle Creek Records, debuted in January.
This issue includes stories and photos on: the southwestern city of Curtis, O’Neill’s Tielke Sandwiches, western wineries, Omaha’s Peony Park, poetry, events across the state and more.
Nebraska Life Magazine, founded 16 years ago, publishes six issues a year about the nature, history, wildlife and people of Nebraska. The magazine is based in Norfolk and is family-owned by Christopher and Angela Amundson. Nebraska Life is available by subscription for $21 for one year and $38 for two years. It is also available statewide on newsstands. To subscribe, call 1-800-777-6159 or visit www.NebraskaLife.com.
For more information on the Valentine Midland News go to: http://www.ainsworthnews.com/ and click on Valentine.