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USDA NASS to Collect 2017 Small Grain Production and Stocks Data

LINCOLN, Neb. – During the first two weeks of September, growers of small grains around the country will be contacted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Servi... Read More

Bluffs council approves sale of land to Redi-Mix company

The Scottsbluff city council Monday evening approved after a third and final reading, an ordinance that will  sell 365 acres of land approximately 3 miles east of Scottsbluff to Croell, Redi-Mix for $548,000. Supporters of the adjacent Meadowlark... Read More

Farm Debt Likely to Reach All-Time High in 2017

Low commodity prices have made things tough by bringing down land values, tightening balance sheets, and increasing the stress level of America’s producers. Unfortunately, that means farmers are continuing to take on more debt. The amount of out... Read More

Scottsbluff softball with extra inning win at Sterling

The Scottsbluff softball picked up on impressive road win at Sterling, Colorado last night, winning in 9 innings by the final of 10-5. The big six run rally in the 9th for the Lady Bearcats all came with two outs and no one on base. After back ... Read More

First Round of NAFTA Talks Conclude

The first round of talks between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, ended last week with all three sides saying they’re committed to getting negotiations done as quickly as possible. The next round of talks is scheduled for September 1-5 in Mexico. T... Read More

Major League Baseball Scores

  Monday INTERLEAGUE= Final Seattle 6 Atlanta 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE= Final Chi White Sox 7 Minnesota 6 Final Baltimore 7 Oakland 3 Final Cleveland 5 Boston 4 Final Minnesota 10 Chi White Sox 2 Final Texas 5 L.A. Angels 3 NATION... Read More

Sheriff: Many eclipse visitors chose to watch in rural areas

The amazing, miraculous 2017 solar eclipse is over, and it was obvious as the nearly four hour local traffic jam proved after the celestial event, many of the visitors ended up in maximum  totality locations in Sioux County. Scotts Bluff County S... Read More

KCA Awards Go Bob Pipe and Steel Scholarships

The Kansas Cattlemen's Association has awarded $1,550 in scholarships to five students furthering their educations at Kansas State University and Fort Hays State University. The awards were determined by the KCA Board of Directors, and all of the sch... Read More News: The Great American Eclipse

Today on News, it was all about the Great American Eclipse. Watch as we provide coverage from the Valley during this once in a lifetime event:...... Read More

Eclipse crowds keep local businesses busy

Monday's eclipse had a positive impact at many local businesses. That was the case at the Scottsbluff Runza. Manager Spencer  Blomenkamp says going into Eclipse day, they truly didn't know what to expect. He says that the crowds came by the ma... Read More

Report Neutral for Corn, Soybeans as Conditions Remain Mostly Stable

Crop conditions were mostly stable last week with corn condition unchanged from the previous week and soybean condition up just 1 percentage point in the good-to-excellent category, according to USDA's weekly Crop Progress report released Monday. ... Read More