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(Video) Laser light show celebrates Nebraska's sesquicentennial

A laser light show lit the Nebraska State Capitol building on Friday night as the "Salute to the Good Life"  celebrated 150 years of statehood. Video: "Salute to the Good Life" ...

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(Video) Laser light show celebrates Nebraska's sesquicentennial

A laser light show lit the Nebraska State Capitol building on Friday night as the "Salute to the Good Life"  celebrated 150 years of statehood. Video: "Salute to the Good Life" ...

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Regional West receives Oncology Outpatient award

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb., – Regional West was recently recognized with an Excellence through Insight award for Overall Patient Experience Outpatient-Oncology by HealthStream, Inc. Regional West was awarded this honor for its commitment to excellence. To qualify for an award, a hospital must have been ...

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Gering council to consider approving disc golf at Oregon Trail Park

The Gering city council Monday evening will consider approving a recommendation allowing disc golf as an activity at Oregon Trail Park. Resident MattTurman told the committee earlier this month Oregon Trial Park offers everything they are looking for in arranging an 18 hole disc course while not ...

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Huskers Run Past Rutgers

Lincoln - Nebraska's defense produced another strong effort, while the offense used a powerful ground game fueled by Devine Ozigbo and Mikale Wilbon to claim a 27-17 win over Rutgers in its Big Ten opener at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Playing in front of the 357th consecutive sellout...

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Mari Sandoz Conference begins Thursday

The 2017 Mari Sandoz Conference, “Nebraska 150 and the Future,” opens Thursday, Sept. 28, at 7:30 p.m. with the Pilster Great Plains Lecture at the Chadron State College Student Center. Walter Echo Hawk will speak on “Nebraska before Nebraska: Our Pawnee Homeland” and will take questions ...

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Community Calendar

Sep
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all-day Kimball’s Farmer’s Day Schedule
Kimball’s Farmer’s Day Schedule
Sep 24 all-day
Enjoy “Fun In The Sun” at Kimball’s Annual Farmer’s Day Celebration all weekend. Saturday 6:30am — 8:30am  Panhandle Co-op FREE Pancake Breakfast @ Eagles 8:00am  Fun Run @ 2nd and Webster 8:30am  Dignitaries Coffee @[...]
all-day Utility Construction at Five Roc...
Utility Construction at Five Roc...
Sep 24 all-day
On Monday, September 11th, Hennings Construction will begin utility work at the corner of Five Rocks Road and Country Club Road, weather permitting. The work will be completed by October 20th, 2017. Please drive with[...]
8:30 am Last weekend to visit Ft. Rob Hi...
Last weekend to visit Ft. Rob Hi...
Sep 24 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
There’s still time to connect with the fascinating history of Ft. Robinson now through Sunday, September 24 at 5 p.m. From the early days of Camp Robinson and the Red Cloud Indian Agency through the Cheyenne[...]
Sep
25
Mon
all-day Utility Construction at Five Roc...
Utility Construction at Five Roc...
Sep 25 all-day
On Monday, September 11th, Hennings Construction will begin utility work at the corner of Five Rocks Road and Country Club Road, weather permitting. The work will be completed by October 20th, 2017. Please drive with[...]
4:00 pm Auditions for Children’s Theater... @ Historic Midwest Theater
Auditions for Children’s Theater... @ Historic Midwest Theater
Sep 25 @ 4:00 pm
Missoula Children’s Theatre presents THE WIZ OF THE WEST, the classic story THE WIZARD OF OZ, but with a twist…or should we say, twister? Auditions will be held Monday, September 25th @ 4 pm. Auditions[...]
6:00 pm LEGO Club @ Lied Scottsbluff Public Library
LEGO Club @ Lied Scottsbluff Public Library
Sep 25 @ 6:00 pm
The Lied Scottsbluff Public Library hosts “LEGO Club” on the last Monday of every month at 6 p.m. For more information, contact the Library at (308) 630-6250.

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