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A New Home For The American Royal in Kansas

The American Royal Association announced Tuesday afternoon that they have reached an agreement with the State of Kansas and Unified Government to relocate to Wyandotte County, Kansas. “The Ameri... Read More

Gering Up Basketball registration dates announced

Although it still feels like summer on some days it's about to be time for winter sports. That includes basketball for the kids in Gering. The program is for boys and girls in 3rd thru 6th grade. Gering Up Basketball sign up dates are going to ... Read More

DuPont profit beats as cost cuts take hold

DuPont (DD.N) reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by cost cuts, and said its merger with Dow Chemical Co (DOW.N) was expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2017. DuPont also said the planned spinoff of the businesses... Read More

Nebraska Gov. Ricketts says budget package won't raise taxes

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts says the budget he proposes to lawmakers next year won't raise taxes and will slow the growth of state government. Ricketts says he still plans to look at tax reforms, even though state revenues have fallen short of pr... Read More

Gering council refuses to act on proposed cul-de-sac parking change

The Gering city council Monday evening declined to act on a proposed ordinance that would have changed parking regulations for cul-de-sacs in the city. The proposal would have eliminated diagonal or perpendicular parking in cul-de-sacs that has be... Read More

WNCC holds PAWzitively Pink night for Breast Cancer Awareness this Wednesday

Western Nebraska Community College holds this year's PAWzitively PINK™ breast cancer awareness event during the volleyball match between No. 2 WNCC and Northeastern Junior College, Wednesday, October 26 at 7 Cougar Palace. The Region IX Sout... Read More

How Do Genetics Impact Animal Well-Being?

During the October Animal Care Wednesday Webinar, Dr. Michael Gonda, South Dakota State University Associate Professor of Animal Genetics, discussed the difficult topic of the impacts that genetic technologies have on food animal farming and ranching... Read More

Volunteer group forms to prepare for and respond to local disasters

A group of volunteers who will be trained to meet the needs of our citizens in times of disaster met last Thursday in Scottsbluff to form the Region 22 Disaster Force. Region 22 Emergency Management, in cooperation with Region 22 Community Organiz... Read More

EPA Probes Dicamba Use- Federal Search Warrants Issued in Missouri

DECATUR, Ill. (DTN) -- The drama over possible illegal use of dicamba continues. The Environmental Protection Agency has confirmed that it executed federal search warrants at several southeastern Missouri locations as part of an investigation into al... Read More

Accepting Applications for Newly Created  Larry E. Sitzman Youth in Nebraska Agriculture Scholarship

College students enrolled as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student at a fully accredited college, university or technical college in an agriculture related degree program in Nebraska are encouraged to apply for the Larry E. Sitzman Youth in N... Read More

Car backing up on highway causes massive sugar beet spill on 71

A driver who was driving her car in reverse on the highway caused Highway 71 south of Robidoux Road in Gering to be closed for several hours Monday night. The Nebraska State Patrol tells KNEB News that shortly before 8:30 p.m., 32-year-old Zulema ... Read More