From the Sioux City Journal.
WAYNE, Neb. | Agriculture's importance to the area is pretty much a given.
Corn, beans, hogs, cattle and a number of other crops and animals are common sights from Siouxland highways, as are the many businesses that owe their existence to the agriculture industry.
It's no surprise, then, that high schools across the area have developed agriculture education programs that expose students, farm and city kids alike, to several aspects of agriculture.
But it is a surprise that until this year, a school the size of Wayne High School, with a high school enrollment approaching 300 students, did not offer agriculture-specific classes.
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