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June storms caused $13M in public property damage; Custer County volunteers make the trip

July 13, 2014

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Tornadoes and thunderstorms that pummeled Nebraska last month caused an estimated $13.2 million in damage to roads, bridges, utilities and other public property, a state emergency spokeswoman said Thursday.

State officials will use the preliminary estimates when applying for federal assistance to cover the damage in 12 counties, said Jodie Fawl, a spokeswoman for the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency.

US economic growth to outpace Nebraska's

July 13, 2014

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska's surging economy will slow enough this year for the rest of the nation to catch up, a state business council said in a report released Friday.

The Nebraska Business Forecast Council predicts the U.S. economy as a whole will outpace Nebraska's for the remaining months of 2014. Nebraska has enjoyed strong growth in farming and home construction in recent years.

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