By Sonia Rittscher

A welcoming country oasis fosters community, one home-cooked meal at a time

E & M Sunnybrook Cafe owners take life 'one day at a time'


Sonia Rittscher | SAM

Service with a smile • Elaine Kimes shares a lighthearted moment with Tony Shrader, who recently visited E & M Sunnybrook Cafe for lunch. The country cafe offers home-cooked meals five days a week.

In the musical "Oklahoma," one of the questions it tries to help answer is the age-old dilemma of whether or not the farmer and the cowman can be friends. In the song "The Farmer and the Cowman," the light-hearted melody and lyrics make the feud between the farmer and cowman seem silly, pointing out that "territory folks should stick together."

Sunnnybrook Cafe sits close to, if not on, the intersection of farming and cowman territories in rural Nebraska. Its actual address is Ewing, but the cafe is nine and three-quarter miles straight south of Ewing, 10 miles southwest of Clearwater and some...

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