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Brazil Passes Australia as Biggest Beef Exporter to China

Chinese consumers are eating more beef than the country can produce, and that’s led to a sales bonanza for exporters in Brazil. About a year after recovering from a mad-cow scare, Brazil has supp... Read More

Final push underway to sell ducks for United Way

Anticipation is building for tomorrow's 19th running of the United Way of Western Nebraska Rubber Duck Dash. Up to 20,000 small, yellow rubber ducks will be floated on the North Platte River beginning at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. The first 30 number... Read More

Thursday events provide differing opinions of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton

Two differing views of Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton Thursday. At the Democratic National Convention Scottsbluff delegate Jeff Leanna said the convention hall was electric as Clinton gave her acceptance speech after receiving her party'... Read More

Scottsbluff Burger King robber arrested

Authorities have arrested the man believed to responsible for the Christmas Day break-in at the Scottsbluff Burger King. 43-year-old Anthony De Los Santos is charged with felony burglary. Scottsbluff Police say that on December 25, someone broke i... Read More

New Emergency Siren and Electronics Headed to Broadwater

USDA Rural Development announces the funding of $15,500 to the Village of Broadwater leveraged with $5,670 from the Village for a new emergency siren.  The Village is also the recipient of $1,200 from USDA that will be leveraged with $450 from the V... Read More

Bunge Sees Farmers' Bin-Building Slowing

Though crop prices remain under pressure, grain trading giant Bunge  doesn't see much more leeway for U.S. farmers to store away crops rather than sell them on the cheap, says CEO Soren Schroder during the 2Q conference call. "My impression is ... Read More

Pilot Killed in Crop-Duster Crash

Authorities say a crop-dusting pilot has died in the crash of the plane he was flying in eastern Nebraska. The crash was reported just after 3 p.m. Thursday, about three miles northeast of David City. The pilot was pronounced dead at the scene... Read More

Major League Baseball

INTERLEAGUE Thursday's Game Chi Cubs 3 Chi White Sox 1 Friday's Game Seattle (Iwakuma 11-6) at Chicago Cubs (Lester 10-4), 2:20 p.m. AMERICAN LEAGUE Thursday's Games Minnesota 6, Baltimore 2 Chicago Cubs 3, Chicago White Sox 1 Texas 3, K... Read More

Cover Crop Survey Reflects Enthusiasm for the Soil-Saving Practice

Insight from 2,020 farmers from across the country reflected enthusiasm for cover crops and—for the fourth year in a row—found a yield boost in corn and soybeans following cover crops. Multi-year data from the survey shows the yield boost increas... Read More

Revived search for Scottsbluff man in river yields no results

The search for a missing Scottsbluff man who went missing in May continues, but recent efforts yielded no results. On Thursday, a team searched the North Platte River for Gene Patterson- Black. The Scottsbluff Police Department, Scottsbluff Fi... Read More

Argument with spouse preceded disappearance of Chadron man

A disagreement with his spouse preceded the reported disappearance of a Chadron man earlier this week. Chadron police Lieutenant Rick Hickstein told KNEB News  after the argument the spouse went to work Monday around noon and when she came home ... Read More