Huskers Lose Shootout To Trojans

San Diego – In a high-scoring shootout between two of college football's most storied programs, Tommy Armstrong Jr. racked up 422 yards of total offense, but Nebraska came up short on its final two ... Read More

Wiedeman Financial honored at national conference

Wiedeman Financial Services, LLC headquartered in Gering, Nebraska was recognized for its outstanding achievements at 1st Global’s annual National Conference at the Omni Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. “Diamond Eagle firms set the standard of e... Read More

Derailment on UP line Friday in eastern Nebraska

A coal train headed from Illinois to Wyoming derailed in eastern Nebraska on Friday. Union Pacific spokesman Mark Davis says 22 cars derailed at around 4:45 a.m. in North Bend, just east of Omaha. No injuries were reported following the wreck.... Read More

Early 2015 Climate Outlooks Show Colder Weather

Review of the new long range climate outlooks released from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center indicate that the wide variability in temperature swings of fall and winter are likely to continue; and the ... Read More

Travel treacherous in Wyoming this weekend

Driving is treacherous in many parts of Wyoming after a storm dumped several inches of snow across the state. The Wyoming Department of Transportation says it's a good idea to keep off portions of Interstate 25 north of Cheyenne and west of Dougl... Read More

One Lobby Group says Russian Exports Have Stopped

Russia's grain exports have stopped due to curbs brought in to protect domestic supply, putting big deals at risk, an influential farm lobby group said on Wednesday. Russia's main wheat buyers are Turkey, Iran and, very vulnerable to supply dis... Read More

States Explore Trading with Cuba

Following the President’s announcement of starting normal relations with Cuba, states are looking into trade opportunities that may develop once the markets are opened up. American Farm Bureau President Bob Stallman said “Farm Bureau has long cal... Read More

Fireworks Unlimited to donate portion of New Year's proceeds to student hunger programs

Fireworks Unlimited announced Friday they will donate 10% of total sales during the upcoming New Year’s fireworks season to the Cooperative Ministries Council, which coordinates the Cat Pack and Pup Pack Programs in Scotts Bluff County. The Cat ... Read More

Survey: Nebraska economic growth could slow a little in spring of 2015

University of Nebraska-Lincoln economist Eric Thompson says economic growth could slow in Nebraska in spring 2015. Thompson says for the second time in three months, the state's Leading Economic Indicator index fell, dropping 1.3 percent in November,... Read More

Lenders Telling Growers Tough Times Ahead

Buckle up your safety belts.  Crop producers will need to drive defensively in 2015. It's still early in the new-crop season. True, 2015 corn prices have climbed more than 70 cents since bottoming in late September. There's even a chance corn futur... Read More

Snow emergency restrictions being enforced, Travel alerts lifted

Scottsbluff Police Captain Bian Wasson says his officers will be enforcing the parking restrictions included in the snow emergency that has been imposed for the cities of Scottsbluff, Gering and Terrytown. Wasson says cars should not be parked on the... Read More