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Buckfast has climbed onto trade magazine The Grocers list of Britains top 100 selling alcohol brands,D. to Brownsville Texas Magnuson stopped along the way recording the people places and landscapes he encountered It was a chance to travel down the highway and encounter historical vignettes and weave them into the narrative of the region“I call this history by serendipity” he said “If you took 50 people … and said look for some historical stories you’d have 50 different books”In South Dakota the highway takes a slightly meandering path through Pierre and Fort Pierre until it crosses the state line into Valentine Neb The serendipity came into play when Magnuson visited Fort Pierre in conjunction with the opening of the Casey Tibbs Rodeo Center named for the nine-time World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider and Fort Pierre native“I’m from Nebraska but I’m still a city boy I’d never heard of Casey Tibbs” Magnuson saidHis historical slant came into play in his follow-up research which he said included plenty of time at the Library of Congress in Washington DC“It took some historical research and libraries but it also was a fun trip to take” he said “I really found that everyone had a story to tell”Though Magnuson said he originally planned to make the trip into one book time and space have pushed him to divide it into three sections with the first focused on the DakotasHis book tour has taken him through North and South Dakota Before starting his tour Magnuson talked about his new book and the journey on which it took himFollowing are excerpts from the interview:Q: How long did this trip takeA: It was a little bit more complicated because I have a full-time job I had to bust it up into two two-week trips . I was on the road a month total between the two trips Q: What made you want to do thisA: I was looking around for a topic for a book I look for projects that will be fun to research I’m originally from the prairie; I like to travel on the wide-open spaces I hit upon this idea of a hybrid travel/history bookQ: Why Highway 83A: I’m originally from Omaha Nebraska But my dad grew up in a Highway 83 town (Stapleton Neb) that’s how I kind of became aware My grandparents lived there their whole livesQ: You said you have overarching themes you want to convey to readers What are theyA: In the North Dakota/South Dakota book — the birth and sometimes death of small towns small communities on the prairie How vital transportation was to them First the river the Missouri was the way to get there Then it was the railroads If the railroad missed your town that was it for them It kind of withered away Then highways like Highway 83 So how transportation developed these cities townsQ: Anything elseA: I love the prairie Another thing I want to get across in the book is the natural beauty of the prairie which not everyone sees I find the rolling hills and the White River (Mellette County) country just as beautiful as the Rocky Mountains … For me it’s very relaxing to take a drive on a two-lane highway in the middle of the vast prairie … And Highway 83 has all sorts of topography it’s not just prairieQ: Why do you feel such a strong connection to the prairie and the area where you grew upA: I think because I live in a city where I can’t see the sunset which really annoys me When I dream of getting away I dream of getting to the wide-open spaces I feel homesick I guessQ: Why come all the way back out here for a book tourA: I don’t have a budget from a big publisher These are regional history books The book tour is part of the whole thing I take the book and go present it to the communities that it takes place in The circle wouldn’t be complete until I do that It’s a big deal for me to go out and present the book to the people that live on the highwayThe Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency (NIHSA) has warned Nigerians living by the banks of River Niger to move out of the area immediately over possible flooding The warning was issued in a statement signed by the agency’s Director of Engineering Hydrology Mr Clement Nze in Abuja on Wednesday The Director listed some states likely to be affected They include Kebbi Niger Kwara Kogi Anambra Delta and Bayelsa Nze also added that the middle part of the Niger basin (Niger Republic) experienced high flows last week with the flood advancing into the Lower Niger (Nigeria) However NIHSA noted that both Kainji and Jebba Dams were already dripping water downstream with the level of water in Lokoja downstream of the confluence standing at 869m “This value has exceeded the corresponding value of 857m that occurred on Aug 29 2012” “In the event that Shiroro Dam equally starts spilling water it will portend more danger downstream” he said According to The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) NIHSA had released the 2018 Annual Flood Outlook (AFO) for the 36 states of the country in May The outlook indicated that Sokoto Niger Benue Anambra Ogun-Osun Cross River and Yobe states would have high risks of river flooding adding that Lagos Bayelsa Rivers Delta and Ondo states might experience coastal flooding The outlook which is a yearly prediction by the agency also indicated that flash and urban flood were expected to occur in Port Harcourt Sokoto Lagos Ibadan Kaduna Yola Abuja Maiduguri Awka Abakaliki Birnin-Kebbi Kano Yenogoa Abeokuta Ado-Ekiti Lokoja Lafia Makurdi Calabar Jos Owerri Osogbo Ilorin and Nsukka Gombe Suleja Karu Nyanya Abaji Onitsha Sapele Hadejia and other major cities with poor drainage completed the list “This mismatch can lead to a substantial financial burden on young workers.

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