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State Fair 2016 theme:

The theme for the 2016 Nebraska State Fair has been chosen, and it pays tribute to all competitors who bring their “A Game” to the fair each year. Grand Champions. Made in Nebraska. Accordin... Read More

Hillary for America group starts campaigning Scotts Bluff County

With the Nebraska Caucus less than a month away, volunteers for one of the Democratic front runners are getting ready to generate buzz. Nine different "Hillary for Nebraska" groups -including one for Scotts Bluff county- formed and met Thursday ev... Read More

Syngenta Deal Could Pave Way for Biotech Acceptance in China

ChemChina's purchase of Syngenta could remove some of the suspicion around genetically modified crops and ultimately lead to more rapid user acceptance of biotechnology in food production in China, according to Syngenta's Chief Operating Officer Davo... Read More

(Video) Husker Recruiting Profile

Coming out of Fishers, Indiana is Collin Miller looking to help the Blackshirts. Miller is a 6-3 225 pound outside linebacker that could fill some needs for the Huskers. Miller is a 3-star prospect and according to 247 he is the 54th ranked outside l... Read More

Stinner still considering 2016 priority bill

Senator John Stinner of Gering says he does not have a priority bill identified yet as Thursday's deadline approaches. On his way back to Gering for the President's Day break, Stinner told KNEB News he will be reviewing the bills available to prio... Read More

Marx ready to play his hits during Saturday night show

Grammy award winner Richard Marx says he's looking forward to his Saturday night sold out concert at the Midwest Theater. Marx has written thirteen number one hits during his career and told KNEB News he will come to Scottsbluff ready to perform a... Read More

Officials Say U.S. FMD Outbreak Would Devastate Industry

The U.S. has kept foot-and-mouth disease out of the country since 1929, but the livestock industry, pharmaceutical companies and the federal government would not be ready to handle an outbreak of the disease if it were to hit the national cattle and ... Read More

Knights of Columbus free throw shoot scheduled for Saturday

The Knights of Columbus Council #2681 of Scottsbluff will be holding a local free throw contest Saturday at 1:00 pm at the St. Agnes School gym. The contest is open to boys and girls ages 9-14 and is a part of the Knight's youth outreach program.... Read More

Cougars open softball season with two shutout wins

BORGER, TEXAS – The Western Nebraska Community College softball team opened up the season with a pair of shutouts Thursday against Frank Phillips College. In the opener, Andy Hancock tossed a one-hitter as the Cougars posted an 8-0 win. Game two... Read More

Putting the Data Together

A vision is out there for all this data that farmers are collecting: You spend a day doing a lot of work, and when you have a moment, you open a screen — on your computer, smartphone or tablet — to see all the information collected from your work... Read More

Morrill woman charged with felony theft

A Morrill woman has been accused of billing a Scottsbluff business for food and then selling the food to other businesses or using it herself. 42-year-old Jan Harvey  is charged with felony Theft by Taking.  Court documents say that Harvey wor... Read More