LINCOLN, Neb. - An unusually heavy snowstorm here last week on the cusp of spring boosted operators' sales and caused some delivery problems, but it also brought some relief to the drought-stricken farmers that are the lifeblood of the state's economy. "Nobody is complaining about it," said Kathy Siefken, executive director, Nebraska Grocery Industry Association, based here. "We've been in drought conditions for a couple of years, and this was a wet, heavy snow that will bring a lot of ...

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