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Krist: Ricketts budget cuts put senior healthcare at risk

The Democratic candidate for Governor, Sen. Bob Krist, has taken Gov. Pete Ricketts to task for placing Nebraska’s aging population at risk because of his cuts to skilled nursing and assisted living... Read More

State Golf FINAL RESULTS: Bridgeport's Stevens T-3, Scottsbluff & Kimball finish 4th

The State Golf Championships have wrapped up at four area courses across the state this afternoon. Here are the final results from Classes B, C, and D. Class B- Columbus The Scottsbluff Bearcats finished in 4th place in the overall team stan... Read More

Copy Story   Share Summer is the Ideal Time to Sip Fresh, Friendly Sicilian Wines, Which are Arriving in America in Record Numbers

CHICAGO, -- Americans won't need to travel far from their backyard or beach chair to sip Sicilian wine this summer. With millions of bottles expected to arrive on America's shores this summer, Sicilian wine will set the tone for a light and... Read More

Wall of Hope butterfly donations for Festival of Hope

The annual Festival of Hope will be held Saturday June 16th, at the Scotts Bluff County Fairgrounds in Mitchell. Dr. Vince Bjorling encourages people to recognize a cancer survivor or a loved one lost to cancer with a donation to the Wall of Hope.... Read More

Farmers Step up Efforts to Reduce Food Waste

Topics like emerging cuisines, ingredients, restaurant themes, grocery store formats and cooking techniques often dominate food trend discussions. But another trend – reducing food waste – is cutting across all segments of the food industry, from... Read More

Still time to register a booth for Sugar Valley Arts and Crafts festival

There is still time to register for a booth at the 39th annual Sugar Valley Arts and Crafts Festival scheduled June 2nd and 3rd at Gardner Park, 11th and T Streets, in Gering. Organizer Terry Bonds says 10' X 15' booths are only $55 for the two da... Read More

USDA Invests $256 Million in Water Infrastructure in Rural Communities

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 23, 2018 – Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett today announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $256 million in 81 projects (PDF, 233 KB) to improve water and wastewat... Read More


Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney – 4.77 (+0.11) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport – 4.77 (+0.11) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman – 4.77 (+0.11) Crossroads Co-op/Gering – 4.77 (+0.11) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford – 5.09 (+0.08) New Alliance / ... Read More

Torrington officials to meet with another candidate for Police Chief

Torrington city officials tomorrow will meet with another candidate for Police Chief with the hope that he is the man who will take over the job on a permanent basis. David Hulshizer had accepted the job but a week later he told the city he was de... Read More

Farmers for Free Trade Suggestions on Improving China/U.S. Trade Relations

Farmers for Free Trade call the framework of a trade agreement between the U.S. and China as a good first step toward ending tensions that have hurt American agriculture. The group applauds the Trump Administration’s focus on supporting U.S. agr... Read More

WNCC Cougar Golf Classic set for June 9th

The Western Nebraska Community College Cougar Golf Classic is set for Saturday June 9 at Monument Shadows Golf Course. The golf tournament, in its 15h year, will be the same format as years past. The golf classic is a four-person scramble begin... Read More