Ways to help those who were affected by the March 29 fire

 

April 14, 2022



On March 29, a fire tore through some 10,500 acres of northern Jewell County. Thankfully, human lives and homes were spared and few livestock were lost. However, with the area being predominantly cow-calf ranching and dryland farming, there was extensive loss of pasture fence, hay and some equipment. There are several ways to donate and those most affected by the fire humbly appreciate assistance.

• Hay and fence supply donations should be dropped across the highway from 2920 Highway 128, Burr Oak. This is 7 miles north of Burr Oak or 2 miles south of the Kansas-Nebraska state line at th...



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