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Small Business Saturday at Leifeld’s This Saturday, we want to celebrate Small Business Saturday(R) with you! It’s a special holiday created so communities can show love for small businesses like ours. And it wouldn’t be a celebration without customers like you joining us! So come in this Saturday, after the food coma goes away, and Shop

I’m the product of rural Nebraska. I grew up playing in the dirt. Building forts in our shelterbelt. Getting lost in cornfields. I spent more time riding in the bed of a pick up than up front in the cab. Looking back I realize my childhood was equal parts adventure, hard work and freedom. This

The evening of Halloween looks a lot like Christmas morning at our house. Chaotic energy, excitement and an ample supply of sugar. It’s been talked about for weeks between siblings and friends. And it comes and goes just as quickly. When I was much younger, Halloween was just as special. We lived a few miles

What to do in Petersburg

Tuesday, 24 June 2014 by

What to do in Petersburg We hear it every time we leave town, “There’s nothing to do in small towns.” Well, there’s plenty to do here! Aside from the many fishing opportunities, abundance of hunting, historical attractions, and community events, here are some cool tourist opportunities in and around “the Burg”: Phone Booth Be sure

Spoiled or fortunate? It’s a question that often runs through my head during summer break. It also happens to be a pretty popular topic of discussion at our dinner table. On the farm, my summer break was spent irrigating, rogueing soybeans or cutting thistle with my siblings…while our town friends spent most days at the pool or congregating

Regardless of our age, career path or financial situation, our lives are continually evolving. People may say that life doesn’t happen in rural Nebraska, or that the benefits of city living far outweigh those of small communities. I tend to disagree with both of these stereotypes. Life “before the Burg” as I call it, our

We feel pretty good about what we have to offer our small town, but when visitnebraska.com named us to their passport program, we were honored. In fact, we still are. Maybe, it is the sheer volume of the hardware department, maybe it is the current styles of furniture, or it could be that Jim has

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