Doc Holiday
Doc Holiday
Holt county, Nebraska
Holt county, Nebraska
Cadillac
Cadillac
Rosemary Kilmurry
Rosemary Kilmurry
Working cattle
Working cattle
Breakfast
Breakfast
Hunters
Hunters
Feeding goats
Feeding goats
Horse ranch
Horse ranch
Ron and Jeanne Crumly
Ron and Jeanne Crumly
Jackie Kilmurry
Jackie Kilmurry
Ethanol plant
Ethanol plant
Art and Helen Tanderup
Art and Helen Tanderup
Harvesting corn
Harvesting corn
Funeral
Funeral
Driving cattle
Driving cattle
Burning rubbish
Burning rubbish
Snowy driveway
Snowy driveway
Snowy Lincoln Continental
Snowy Lincoln Continental
Basketball hoop
Basketball hoop
Wild turkeys
Wild turkeys
Billboard
Billboard
Wind generators
Wind generators
Farm fire
Farm fire
Tractor pull
Tractor pull
Downtown Wilber, Nebraska
Downtown Wilber, Nebraska
Smoke bomb stains
Smoke bomb stains
Salvage yard
Salvage yard
Pooping cow
Pooping cow
Swallows
Swallows
Ice cream store
Ice cream store
Loup River
Loup River
Tractor pull
Tractor pull
R.O.T.C. honor guard
R.O.T.C. honor guard
Cheerleaders
Cheerleaders
Skeet shooting
Skeet shooting
Anhydrous ammonia
Anhydrous ammonia
Tractor pull
Tractor pull
Tractor pull
Tractor pull
Grain silo
Grain silo
Arena lights
Arena lights
Nebraska/South Dakota border
Nebraska/South Dakota border
Sunset
Sunset
Doc Holiday
Doc Holiday"Doc Holiday" - owner of the Sands Motel, Albion, Nebraska
Holt county, Nebraska
Holt county, NebraskaHolt county, NE, along the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route.
Cadillac
CadillacAn old Cadillac sits in the garage of Byron "Stix" Steskal in Stuart. Steskal owns property that is in the path of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Rosemary Kilmurry
Rosemary KilmurryRosemary Kilmurry, 93, in her living room near Atkinson, NE. The proposed Keystone XL pipeline would cut through her property.
Working cattle
Working cattleMichael and Richard Kilmurry speak with each other while working cattle near Atkinson, NE. The proposed Keystone XL pipeline would cut through their family's property.
Breakfast
BreakfastMen gather for breakfast at a cafe in Atkinson, NE. The Keystone XL pipeline would cross about nine miles away from the cafe.
Hunters
HuntersJake Crumly, 15, left, father Ryan Crumly, and Zach Crumly hunt for deer on opening weekend on their family's property near Page, NE. The proposed Keystone XL would cut through the property.
Feeding goats
Feeding goatsMeghan Hammond feeds goats on her and her husband's property where the Keystone XL pipeline would potentially cut through.
Horse ranch
Horse ranchMike Blocher is nuzzled by one of his horses on his horse ranch near Oakdale, NE. The proposed Keystone XL pipeline would cut through his ranch.
Ron and Jeanne Crumly
Ron and Jeanne CrumlyRon and Jeanne Crumly stand on their family's property near Page, NE. The proposed Keystone XL would cut through their property.
Jackie Kilmurry
Jackie KilmurryJackie Kilmurry stands on 476th Avenue near Atkinson, NE. Kilmurry stands where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline will cut through her family's property.
Ethanol plant
Ethanol plant The Green Plains Central City ethanol plant in Central City, NE. The town is 13 miles away from the Keystone XL pipeline's proposed path.
Art and Helen Tanderup
Art and Helen TanderupArt and Helen Tanderup, in their living room in Neligh, NE.
Harvesting corn
Harvesting cornLate corn is harvested near Fullerton, NE where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would cut through just a few miles up the road.
Funeral
FuneralA funeral takes place at St. Boniface Cemetery in Elgin, NE. The town is eight miles away from the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Driving cattle
Driving cattleThe Kilmurry family's cattle are driven just yards from where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would cut through the property of the Kilmurry family.
Burning rubbish
Burning rubbishMike Blocher burns rubbish on his horse ranch near Oakdale, NE. The proposed Keystone XL pipeline would cut through his ranch.
Snowy driveway
Snowy drivewayThe driveway of Art and Helen Tanderup off of 857th Road near Neligh, NE. Neligh is less than six miles from the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Snowy Lincoln Continental
Snowy Lincoln Continental Early snow, Atkinson, NE. The Keystone XL pipeline would cross about nine miles away.
Basketball hoop
Basketball hoopSnow covers the ground on 857th Road near Neligh, NE. Neligh is less than six miles from the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Wild turkeys
Wild turkeysWild turkeys cross 469th Avenue between Stuart, NE and the Niobrara River. The pipeline would cross the Niobrara River as well as 50 other crossings of perennial streams. A spill could potentially threaten wildlife and water quality.
Billboard
BillboardA man repairs a sign in York, Nebraska. York, a town of 7,700, is less than five miles east of the proposed pipeline.
Wind generators
Wind generatorsWind generators stand near the property of Mike Blocher's home and horse ranch in Oakdale, Nebraska. The proposed Keystone XL pipeline would cut through his property. One of Blocher's concern's is based in experience. While the wind generators were being built, ownership changed numerous times. He said the same thing can happen to the pipeline, that it's ownership could become even more remote than TransCanada is to most property owners opposing the pipeline now.
Farm fire
Farm fireA fire burns on a corn farm in Antelope county, along U.S. Route 275.
Tractor pull
Tractor pullTractor pull in Plymouth, Nebraska.
Downtown Wilber, Nebraska
Downtown Wilber, NebraskaDowntown Wilber, Nebraska.
Smoke bomb stains
Smoke bomb stainsSmoke bomb stains, Albion, Nebraska.
Salvage yard
Salvage yardA salvage yard just north of the Nebraska/South Dakota border where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would cross near Carlock, South Dakota.
Pooping cow
Pooping cowA cow defecates in rural Nebraska near the path of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. Commercially raised bovines are a major contributor to greenhouse gases.
Swallows
SwallowsSwallows, Nebraska.
Ice cream store
Ice cream storeA family waits for their ice cream at a burger restaurant in rural Nebraska.
Loup River
Loup RiverThe Loup River, south of Fullerton, Nebraska. The Keystone XL pipeline would cross the river three miles east of town.
Tractor pull
Tractor pullMen go over last minute details before a tractor pull in Plymouth, Nebraska. The tiny town is six and a half miles from where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would be constructed.
R.O.T.C. honor guard
R.O.T.C. honor guardAn R.O.T.C. honor guard marches through Albion, Nebraska during the Boone County Fair. Albion is four miles away from the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Cheerleaders
CheerleadersA parade float heads back to a parking lot following a parade in Albion, Nebraska at the Boone County Fair. Albion is four miles from where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would be constructed.
Skeet shooting
Skeet shootingSkeet shooting competition in Albion, Nebraska at the Boone County Fair. Albion is four miles from where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would be constructed.
Anhydrous ammonia
Anhydrous ammoniaAnhydrous ammonia, used for agriculture, is stored by the side of the road in rural Nebraska. The flammable chemical is used as a source of nitrogen for plants in great quantities on commercial farms.
Tractor pull
Tractor pullMen watch a tractor pull in Plymouth, Nebraska. The tiny town is six and a half miles from where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would be constructed.
Tractor pull
Tractor pullA tractor pull in Plymouth, Nebraska. The tiny town is six and a half miles from where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would be constructed.
Grain silo
Grain siloA farmer who signed an easement with TransCanada checks his grain silo.
Arena lights
Arena lightsA tractor pull in Albion, Nebraska at the Boone County Fair. Albion is four miles from where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would be constructed.
Nebraska/South Dakota border
Nebraska/South Dakota border42°59'52.92"N, 99°32'8.78"W, looking south into Nebraska from South Dakota, July 2015, where the Keystone pipeline would have crossed the state border.
Sunset
SunsetThe sun sets in Aurora, NE behind the Aventine West Ethanol plant. Aurora is 15 miles from the path of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
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