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Soy Growers Urge Prudence on NAFTA Renegotiation

The American Soybean Association (ASA) has communicated to the White House that the significant trade benefits U.S. farmers have achieved under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) must be ... Read More

National Western Stock Show Sees 684,600 Visitors

Denver's 111th annual National Western Stock Show has wrapped up with attendance slightly lower last year, but event officials say improvements to the stock show complex and surrounding area will pave the way for higher attendance next year. More ... Read More

Local snow plow businesses keeping busy on Tuesday

Heavy snow accumulations overnight and into the morning are forcing residents across WyoBraska to dig out today,  but that means business for local snow removal companies. Parking lots and sidewalks for local businesses were priority number one t... Read More

North Platte Valley hunkers down after unexpected heavy snow

The unexpected heavy snow today has surprised almost every community down the North Platte Valley. While snowfall of 8-10" has been common, the area around McGrew and Bayard appears to have received the most snow, with reports of well over a foot ... Read More

Panhandle Coop Association Announces Recipient of the Roy Chelf Award

Panhandle Coop Association Board of Directors named Sandy Frickey, Manager of the Bridgeport Ampride store and C-Store Team Leader, the Roy Chelf Award winner at the Panhandle Coop Association Annual Meeting held at the Gering Civic Center on January... Read More

Trump's Regulation Freeze May Impact USDA Proposed Rules

President Donald Trump on Friday asked the heads of federal departments and agencies to stop advancing regulations until his own appointees are able to review them. The memo was issued by White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus on Friday night and ... Read More

Panhandle Coop Association awards Roy Chelf Award

Panhandle Coop Association Board of Directors named Sandy Frickey, Manager of the Bridgeport Ampride store and C-Store Team Leader, the Roy Chelf Award winner at the Panhandle Coop Association Annual Meeting held at the Gering Civic Center on January... Read More

Winter storm forces postponements

A winter storm has blanketed parts of Western Nebraska and that means we've got postponements and/or cancellations for events today. Gering public schools closed Girls and boys JV/varsity basketball at home vs. Torrington have been postponed,... Read More

Snow Emergency declared for Scottsbluff, Gering and Terrytown

Due to current weather conditions, the Cities of Scottsbluff, Gering and Terrytown are declaring a snow emergency beginning at 7:00 a.m. Tuesday, January 24, 2017.  The snow emergency will remain in effect until further notice.   Those people li... Read More

WNCC men fall to Casper College

The Casper College men’s basketball team put five players in double figures in registering an 82-74 win over Western Nebraska Community College on Monday night at Cougar Palace. Monday’s game was also Hall of Fame recognition at halftime where f... Read More

WNCC women down Casper for 15th win of season

Four players scored in double figures to power the Western Nebraska Community College women’s basketball team to an 83-76 win over Casper College on Monday night at Cougar Palace in Scottsbluff. Sladjana Rakovic led the Cougars with 18 points. She... Read More