Writer seeks to recover Sidney-Deadwood Trail’s lost history

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Posted: Friday, March 1, 2013 10:26 am

CRAWFORD — By comparison, theUnited Statesis still in its infancy; especially for those “out west,” where some living today are just a few generations removed from the early settlers. Much of that history took place right here in the Nebraska Panhandle, which gets writer Kelly Wood, of Crawford, “all jazzed up.”

Wood unintentionally became a part of Box Butte County History in 1967, when a UFO prank (see sidebar), “got out of control real quickly.” Around that same time, Wood and his adventurous band of buddies, sought fame and fortune in a more deliberate manner.

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