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(Video) Antique Tractors a Crowd Pleaser at the Ne State Fair

The antique tractor display is back this year at the Nebraska State Fair with 162 tractors of all colors and sizes.  You can find the display on the south side of the Fonner Park racetrack near the c... Read More

Scottsbluff man injured, ticketed in Highway 26 rollover

A  26 year old Scottsbluff man was ticketed for careless driving after he was injured in a rollover accident on Highway 26 Sunday evening. The Scotts Bluff County Sheriff's Office said that Brandon Ritterbush was eastbound on the highway between ... Read More

Several Hunting Seasons Opening in Early September

September in Nebraska means football – and hunting. The first day of the month brings the opener of several hunting seasons, including dove, grouse and archery deer. Dove hunters should be reminded that they are required to have a Harvest Informat... Read More

Excitement builds for Re-Inflated Balloon Festival next weekend

Colorful hot air balloons will fill the skies over the North Platte Valley next weekend as the Old West Balloon Festival Re-Inflated kicks off on Saturday, September 5th. Organizers says that in the past 10 days, another six balloons have committe... Read More

NPPD warns of utility scam against Bluffs businesses

Nebraska Public Power District is reporting that a new utility scam is hitting business customers in the Scottsbluff area. NPPD says individuals are calling Scottsbluff businesses and telling them they are late on paying their electric bill and wi... Read More

Nominations being accepted for Air Link award

Do you know a medical professional, first responder, or health care support staff who goes the extra mile? Please consider nominating that individual for the Air Link Award. The Air Link Award, formerly known as the Guiding Light and Impact Awards... Read More

Portie holds the two-day lead at Oregon Trail Pro-Am

Two solid rounds by Ben Portie has him atop the leaderboard after two days of the Oregon Trail Pro-Am at the Scotts Bluff Country Club. After an opening round 67 left Portie one shot of the lead, a 66 on Friday catapulted him to the top with an 11... Read More

Bearcats win at Sidney again

Two trips to Sidney in less than a week proved to be fruitful for the Scottsbluff girls golf team.  They won the Sidney Invitational on Tuesday and returned Saturday to capture the Western Conference Tournament. After a close call against Sidney ... Read More

Cougars go 4-0 at Western Wyoming tournament

ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. -- The Western Nebraska Community College volleyball team  made it a good weekend after capturing four wins in the Holiday Inn Classic in Rock Springs, Wyoming, over the weekend. The No. 9 Cougars started the tournament on Frid... Read More

Gering goes 2-1 in Holdrege

A stinging  12-0 loss to Cozad in the opening game of the Holdrege Softball Tournament didn't detour the Gering Bulldogs for the rest of the day.  They bounced back for two wins to finish 2-1 on the day. The Bulldogs are now 5-3 on the year foll... Read More

Scottsbluff and Gering tennis compete at McCook Invitational

Scottsbluff and Gering competed at the McCook Tennis Invitational Saturday and came away with third and fourth place finishes respectively. Host McCook won the meet with 39 points, two better than second place Holdrege.  Scottsbluff scored 28. ... Read More