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Gering man gets three years in prison for domestic assault convictions

A Gering man was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison for his conviction on two counts of scond degree domestic assault. 37 year old John Sinks received 18 months in prison on each count, with J... Read More

Tuesday night storms bring hail, tornadoes, and lots of rain

Mother Nature was in full force Tuesday night, as severe storms wreaked havoc on the southern portion of the panhandle. Shortly before 5 p.m., a trained weather spotter confirmed a tornado on the ground near Harrisburg. By 5:30, Highway 71 was pi... Read More

Trump Wants Produce Dumping Protection in NAFTA 2.0

As NAFTA renegotiations begin on Wednesday, U.S. negotiators are planning to introduce a proposal aimed at making it easier for produce growers to bring potential anti-dumping cases against Mexico. Politico’s Morning Ag Report says that’s a move ... Read More

Major League Baseball Scores

Tuesday INTERLEAGUE= Final Houston 9 Arizona 4 Final N-Y Yankees 5 N-Y Mets 4 Final Washington 3 L.A. Angels 1 Final Boston 10 St. Louis 4 Final L.A. Dodgers 6 Chi White Sox 1 ___= AMERICAN LEAGUE= Final Tampa Bay 6 Toronto 4 Final ... Read More

Student Pickup and Drop Off Changes at Longfellow Elementary

  Longfellow Elementary is excited to welcome students back Thursday, August 17th for the first day of school. With student safety in mind, as well as the neighborhood traffic flow, changes have been made to student pickup and drop off for th... Read More

Scottsbluff man convicted of using a machete during January robbery

A 29-year-old Scottsbluff man accused of robbing a man of $50 while threatening him with a machete this past January was convicted of three different felonies Tuesday. Michael Valdez was found guilty of Robbery, Use of a Deadly  Weapon to Commit ... Read More

Blackshirts Brings Confidence in 3-4 Scheme

Lincoln, Neb. --- The Nebraska football team practiced for just over two hours on Tuesday outside the Hawks Championship Center on the Ed and Joyanne Gass practice fields in full pads and helmets. Defensive Coordinator Bob Diaco addressed the... Read More News: August 15, 2017

Today on News: Gering council votes to keep zoning as-is in commercial business district, preventing local man from opening up downtown tattoo parlor South Dakota authorities identify Gering woman killed in weekend rollover near Hot S... Read More

July state revenue projections down again

More bad news on the state's economy Tuesday as the state general fund tax receipts were $7.6 million short of projections in July, or 2.8%. Upon receiving the news, Governor Pete Ricketts said “We are successfully working to manage the budget a... Read More

Nebraska Blogger Named Inaugural Beef Advocate of the Year

The beef advocacy program supported by the beef checkoff has named blogger and cattlewoman Anne Burkholder as the recipient of the first Advocate of the Year award. The award recognizes an outstanding participant in the Masters of Beef Advocacy (MBA)... Read More

Backus questions cost to provide infrastructure as annexation ordinance is introduced

Gering councilman Ben Backus says he wants to know how much it will cost to provide infrastructure to the two properties the city has purchased for economic development as the city begins the process to annex the land on the east end of Gering. Th... Read More