Winslow water tower

The Winslow water tower is framed by debris in August. "We all want what's best for Winslow, I want to make that abundantly clear," said Molly Bargmann, a recovery supervisor for the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency. "We want to get to yes, but there's a lot of no's right now."

Nilene Parker

Nilene Parker had only been living in Winslow for a year and a half when the March flooding destroyed her home. Only about 10 families are currently living in Winslow, according Ed Nelson.

Ed Nelson

Ed Nelson is leaning toward relocating. At a recent meeting at Winslow’s firehouse, Village Trustee Zachary Klein told residents that there won’t be enough tax revenue from houses left after the flood for the town to afford to operate.

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