Fire Destroys Building at Central NE Vineyard

RAVENNA, Neb. (AP) –  Fire destroyed a building at a central Nebraska vineyard.  Ravenna Fire Chief , DeWayne Thomsen, says crews went to the Cedar Hills Vineyard near Ravenna early Thursday to find the building “completely burned up.”  Thomsen says he believes the structure was a utility shed where owners Clay and Heidi Schutz produce their wine.  The Schutzes said in a Facebook post that their winery/production building and guest house were affected by the fire.  They say the tasting room was not harmed.  The Nebraska State Fire Marshal is investigating the fire’s cause.



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