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Cabela's headquarters employees receive buyout offers

The remaining employees at Cabela's former headquarters in western Nebraska have received buyout offers. The Omaha World-Herald reports Bass Pro Shops delivered the offers to Cabela's employees in... Read More

State Wrestling- Panhandle Brings Home 5 Golds, 26 Total Medals

Here is a rundown of medal winners from the State Wrestling Tournament that wrapped up on Saturday in Omaha. STATE CHAMPION- 106, Paul Garcia, Scottsbluff def Gabe Grice, Omaha Gross Catholic by SV 3-1 STATE CHAMPION- 285, Garrett Nelson, Scott... Read More

Huskers Look for Win at Illinois

The Nebraska men's basketball team looks to continue its push toward postseason play on Sunday afternoon, as the Huskers visit Champaign to take on the Illinois Fighting Illini. Tipoff from the State Farm Center is set for 1:30 p.m. (MT) and Sunda... Read More

WNCC baseball drops doubleheader to Miles

The Western Nebraska Community College baseball team dropped a doubleheader to Miles Community College on Saturday in non-conference action at Cleveland Field. In the first game, WNCC held a 10-0 lead after two innings and then watch Miles come ba... Read More

WNCC men fall to Otero

The Western Nebraska Community College men’s basketball team battled back from a 10-point second half deficit, but in the end, the No. 23 Otero Junior College held on to capture an 86-82 Region IX South Sub-region game Saturday at Cougar Palace. ... Read More

Huskers Fall to UC Riverside, 8-1

The Nebraska baseball team (2-1) suffered its first loss of the season, as UC Riverside defeated the Huskers, 8-1, in the second game of NU’s doubleheader at Tempe Diablo Stadium on Saturday evening. Junior Angelo Altavilla managed Nebraska’s ... Read More

NU Tripped Up On The Road At Indiana

Bloomington, Ind. - Six Huskers scored in double figures in a balanced offensive effort, but the Nebraska women's basketball team could not generate enough stops in the fourth quarter to extend its 10-game road winning streak in an 83-75 loss at Indi... Read More

Proposed Steel Tariffs Raise Potential for Retaliation Against U.S. Soybeans

Following reports Friday from Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross that the department will recommend tariffs on imported steel and aluminum as a result of its ongoing investigation under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, soybean farmers have... Read More

'Stand Your Ground' bill clears hurdle in Wyoming House

A so-called "stand your ground" bill has cleared an introductory vote in the Wyoming House of Representatives. House Bill 168 was approved for introduction Thursday and assigned to the House Judiciary Committee for further review. The proposal wo... Read More

MN Students Want GMO Approval Process Streamlined

A group of graduate students at the University of Minnesota is asking Congress to streamline the approval process for GMO crops that produce food and fiber. The seven students are doing graduate work at the Minnesota College of Food, Agriculture, and... Read More

Woman hospitalized after car crashes in to Scottsbluff church

An 88-year-old Mitchell woman has been hospitalized following a single vehicle accident on 27th Street in Scottsbluff on Saturday afternoon. Scottsbluff Police say at 1:17 p.m., June Leider was driving her Honda Accord northbound on Broadway, a... Read More