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Future of Nebraska’s fisheries to be discussed at public meetings

The public is invited to attend informational meetings across the state in October regarding the future of Nebraska’s aquatic resources. Fisheries personnel from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commiss... Read More

Big punt return rallies Adams State past Eagles 31-30

Adams State overcame a sluggish first half, but got a 91-yard punt return from senior Addie Brown midway in the fourth quarter en route to dealing the Chadron State Eagles a 31-30 heartbreaker in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game here Saturda... Read More

(AUDIO) Chinese Representatives Toured NE Before Announcement

China has lifted its ban on imports of some U.S. boneless and bone-in beef, according to the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture. China's action applies to imports U.S. beef from animals under 30 months of age, according to a statement from the ministry... Read More

Monument Marathon has another successful race

The Monument Marathon had nearly 600 runners from the area and around the country participate in the fifth annual race. The marathon, which began at 7:30 a.m. for the full and half marathons and at 8 a.m. for the 5K had its challenges, where over ... Read More

Heartland Expressway supporters excited about initial Transportation bill funding

Members of the Heartland Expressway Association are pleased the first round of highway projects in the new Transportation package passed last year includes two major phases of the Heartland Expressway. Widening Highway 26 to 4 lanes from Minatare ... Read More

Manitoba Canada Confirms New Case of PED Pig Farm

The Canadian province of Manitoba, a big piglet exporter to the United States, has confirmed its first case of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) in three months, amid concerns that dirty trucks may be carrying the virus across the border. M... Read More

NSP Hires Jordan Shearer as Executive Director for CO, NM and OK

National Sorghum Producers announces the hire of Jordan Shearer as the executive director for the Colorado, New Mexico and Oklahoma state sorghum organizations. Shearer will begin his new position on Oct. 3, 2016. “Jordan’s experience and affi... Read More

WNCC volleyball sweeps EWC

It was a battle between two top 20 ranked teams in the Highway 26 showdown Friday night in Torrington, Wyoming. In the end, the ttop ranked Western Nebraska Community College volleyball team received 18 kills from Lara Picht in helping the Cougars... Read More

HS football scores from Friday night

Here are the area HS football scores from Friday night: Scottsbluff 35, Northwest 7 (game called at halftime due to weather conditions) Aurora 26, Gering 0 (game called in 2nd quarter due to weather conditions) Alliance 31, Lexington 7 Ho... Read More

Minnesota firm to reopen Western feed mill in Morrill

The old Jirdon feed mill in Morrill, Western Feed Mill until it was closed in August of 2015, has been purchased by Sinamco from Minnesota. The company's CEO Moiz Akhtar was in the Scottsbluff area this week for the purchase of the mill. He says t... Read More

Major League Baseball

Friday's Scores INTERLEAGUE Final Baltimore 3 Arizona 2, 12 Innings ___ AMERICAN LEAGUE Final Toronto 9 N-Y Yankees 0 Final Detroit 8 Kansas City 3 Final Boston 2 Tampa Bay 1 Final Cleveland 10 Chi White Sox 4 Final Seattle 10 Minnesota 1 F... Read More