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Cougars put five in double figures in 103-85 win

The Western Nebraska Community College men’s basketball team put five players in double figures in registering their 10th straight victory with an 103-85 win over Central Wyoming College Saturday... Read More

Husker volleyball wins national championship

The Nebraska Volleyball team won it's fifth national championship, 3-1 over Florida Saturday night in Kansas City. Nebraska jumped out to a 2-0 lead, before dropping set 3. The Huskers closed out the Gators 25-16 in set 4. This is Coach John Co... Read More

North Platte NRD and local ag businesses donate to food pantry

The North Platte Natural Resources District, NPNRD, delivered 7,850 lbs. of food to the Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska, CAPWN, food pantry in Gering on Thursday, Dec. 14. The week-long food drive was the brainchild of Barb Cross,... Read More

RDC kicks off capital campaign to raise $500K for new grizzly bear exhibit

A cool crisp morning didn’t damper the enthusiasm of youth and adults, as they came out Saturday, Dec. 16, for a Breakfast with the Bears at the Riverside Discovery Center in Scottsbluff. Scotts Bluff County Queen Brianna Little, advises the pu... Read More

Riverside Discovery Center bear cubs make public debut

The rescued bear cubs at Riverside Discovery Center made their public debut in Scottsbluff Saturday morning. The bears don't have names yet, but zoo Director Anthony Mason says next month they'll be hosting a contest to properly identify them. ... Read More

Following harvest, biomulch project enters next phase

The peppers were harvested weeks ago from a small research plot at the Panhandle Center where a type of fabric mulch is being tested for potential use in USDA certified organic produce fields. During the off season, researchers are checking to see... Read More

WNCC men win 9th straight

The Western Nebraska Community College men’s basketball team put three players in double figures in registering their ninth straight win with a, 88-83 win over Western Wyoming Community College Friday evening in Rock Springs, Wyo. The win moves ... Read More

CSC men fall short in Rapid

Despite a favorable rebounding margin and holding the nation's top three-point shooter to just one attempt all night, the Chadron State College men gave up 19 points off turnovers and saw the hometown South Dakota School of Mines Technology take a 66... Read More

Hardrockers catch fire in first half to defeat CSC

The Chadron State College women turned the ball over 22 times on the hardwood Friday evening, and the South Dakota School of Mines team fired 11-of-21 three-pointers in the first half to build a 50-27 advantage going into the locker room. The Hardroc... Read More

Nebraska’s Pork Producers Donate 160 Hams for the Holidays

The holidays aren’t always a time of abundance for everyone. So in the spirit of giving, Nebraska’s pork producers have donated approximately 1400 pounds of boneless hams to 11 different organizations in Lincoln and Omaha that serve those in need... Read More

Thunder coming to town

Kearney, Neb. – The Nebraska-Kearney women's basketball team caps "Finals Week" with a home game this Saturday against Manhattan Christian College. The game tips at 2 p.m. and then UNK (8-2) won't play again until hosting York on Saturday... Read More