In 1933 an archeological find of a lifetime was discovered in Gering, Nebraska containing the skeletons of 32 adults and five infants of Woodland Plains Indian hunter-gatherers located in four separate pits.
Traveling south along highway 71 into Scotts Bluff County you begin to see the scope and size of the North Platte Valley begin to open up to eye popping vistas of the valley floor. Large buttes dominate the the center of the valley surrounded by the ponderosa pine covered Wildcat Hills to the South. To the Southeast, large mounds of rock dot the skyline forcing the viewer to take a breath in awe of its splendor.
Rock clubs are dynamic groups scattered throughout the world that unite people who have a passion for treasures that nature provides with exceptional diversity. WyoBraska is a rich and vast geographical area that provides plenty of opportunities to gather spectacular rocks and minerals. .
Wyobraska is unique to the world. Its climate, buttes, canyons, valleys, and natural resources are the very thing that makes up the west. It's the beginning of the Rocky Mountains and the end of the Great Plains. It's an experience no one forgets and everyone who's visited here can hardly wait to return to it.
Scotts Bluff Country Club hosts the 36-hole, class B, Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) boys, or girls Golf championships. The venue alternates between Monument Shadows Golf Course in Gering, NE, and Scotts Bluff Country Club in Scottsbluff, NE
Frannie takes a grape from zookeeper Sierra Spears during enrichment time at the Riverside Discovery Center (RDC). She is one of five chimpanzees who live at the zoo as part of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) Species Survival Plan (SSP) program.