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Big Ten Friday Night Games Will Continue

Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany spoke to the Media (Monday) to help kickoff the activities at Big Ten Football media days. This off season the Big Ten created a stir by announcing that it would start ... Read More News: July 24, 2017

Today on News: Roughly 45 locals spent a portion of last week in eastern Wyoming on the Scottsbluff/ Gering Chamber water tour learning about the irrigation systems and dams that feed the North Platte Big changes announced for the 201... Read More

Agronomy Youth Field Day is August 9

CURTIS, Neb. – An agronomy day camp in Curtis will feature new hands-on activities in precision agriculture, crops, soil management and center pivot irrigation systems. Youth ages nine to 14 years old and adults are invited to the 2nd annual Ag... Read More

(AUDIO) Highway 92 Raceway Results from Saturday, July 22nd

Here are the results from this past Saturday night's action over at Highway 92 Raceway east of Gering. Super Stock  Kyle Austin (new overall points leader with 376) Bo McVay Killer Campbell Tyler Knight Limited Late Model Sc... Read More

Scottsbluff HS football conditioning and fall practice dates

The Scottsbluff High School football team will have fall conditioning and equipment checkout July 31st - August 3rd at 6 p.m. each night at Bearcat Stadium. Players entering grades 9-12 are encouraged to attend. Official practices for grades 9-... Read More

Volunteers and Sponsors sought for Old West Balloon Fest

Balloonmeister Colleen Johnson says they are still looking for volunteers and sponsors for the 3rd annual Old West Balloon Festival, scheduled this year for September 2nd and 3rd. Johnson told us on KNEB News volunteers get some nice bonuses if th... Read More

Eight airliners diverted to Western Nebraska Regional Airport Friday

If the skies over Scottsbluff seemed to be filled with large, commercial aircraft Friday, that's because a total of eight airliners were diverted to Western Nebraska Regional Airport because of poor weather conditions in Denver. Airport Manager Da... Read More

GPA marks busiest June, record year

Savannah, Ga. - July 24, 2017 - At its July board meeting, the Georgia Ports Authority reported record fiscal year results and approved the purchase of six new ship-to-shore cranes. In FY2017, the GPA moved an all-time high of 3.85 million twent... Read More

Let's Grow Grant to Bring Together NSIP, Breed Associations

Improving productivity in the sheep industry rests on the ability to enhance animals' genetic potential. For nearly two decades, the National Sheep Improvement Program has worked to advance the use of quantitative genetic selection to accomplish that... Read More

Nebraska Tourism Executive Director visiting Kimball welcome center

Nebraska Tourism Commission Executive Director John Ricks will be stopping at the High Point Welcome Center in Kimball today. Kimball Area tourism Director Jo Caskey says she will emphasize the center is an important stop as the first place where ... Read More

NCGA Pleased With Efforts On Consumer and Fuel Retailer Choice Act

The following is a statement from the National Corn Growers Association regarding the Consumer and Fuel Retailer Choice Act (S. 517): “Corn farmers appreciate the work of Senator Deb Fischer (R-Nebraska) and the bipartisan Senate sponsors of the... Read More