class="page page-id-544 page-parent page-template page-template-page-templatesnews-php group-blog masthead-fixed singular wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.5.3 vc_responsive"
Scanlan finishes on top in Miss World America prelim event

Gering's Teresa Scanlan continues to make waves in her newest endeavor. On Wednesday, Scanlan and roommate Miss Nevada World Bianca Gaden were the top finishers in the Top Model competition in t... Read More

CME Group Announces Record Volume Day in Ag Products

CHICAGO, July 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced its Agricultural Products reached a record of 2,873,291 in trading volume on June 30, 2015, surpassing the prior record ... Read More

July 1, 2015

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney, 5.39 (-0.17) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport, 5.39 (-0.17) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman, 5.39 (-0.17) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford, 5.27 (-0.16) Frenchman Valley Co-Op/Kimball, 5.41 (-0.18) West Plains LLC/Gering, 5.37 (-0.... Read More

July 1 Nebraska Wheat Crop Report

For the week ending June 28, 2015, rainfall of 1 inch or more was recorded in portions of north central Nebraska as well as southeastern areas, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Temperatures averaged near normal.... Read More

Scottsbluff Police cracking down on firework violations

The City of Scottsbluff is reminding the public that there is a cutoff time for fireworks to be discharged within city limits. In a media release, Police Captain Brian Wasson says that residents are warned that fireworks can be only be lit until 1... Read More

Ricketts defends donation to death penalty petition group

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts is defending his $100,000 donation to a group that's leading a ballot drive to save the death penalty. Ricketts said Wednesday that he feels strongly that voters should be allowed to decide whether to keep capital puni... Read More

Gov. Ricketts, Nebraska Coalition Applaud Attorney General, Say Fix Needed for WOTUS

LINCOLN, NEB. – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) final “Waters of the U.S.” Rule (the Rule) will be damaging to Nebraska’s agriculture and business sectors, while driving up costs for... Read More

Morrill County road damage from June flooding estimated at $250,000

Morrill County Roads Superintendent Bryan Hoerler anticipates it will take several months to obtain federal aid to assist in local recovery efforts to repair damaged county roads due to heavy rains and flooding over the last month. Morrill County ... Read More

Complaints being made about door-to-door salesmen in Gering

Door-to-door salesmen have been wearing out their welcome quickly at some Gering homes. Representatives with Advanced Residential Marketing (ARM) began selling Vivint Security Systems in town this week. City Clerk Kathy Welfl says that they do hav... Read More

Lapaseotes: Minatare

Investor Pete Lapaseotes says Minatare "looks the most favorable" as the site for a planned beef packing plant because of their support, but he adds no decision has been made on which of three area communities will be chosen by the group as the host ... Read More

Anti-TPP Group Sues Japan Government

A former Japanese ag minister is leading a group of protestors who filed lawsuit in that country to halt the government's participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The plaintiffs fear that any trade deal removing import tariffs on protected co... Read More