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WNCC baseball sweeps Trinidad on walk-off single

The Western Nebraska Community College baseball team put together clutch hits and timely pitching in earning a doubleheader sweep of Trinidad State Junior College Friday afternoon at Cleveland Field i... Read More

Huskers blanked at home by Gophers

Lincoln, Neb. - Despite a valiant effort, the Nebraska softball team (15-25, 4-9 Big Ten) fell to No. 18 Minnesota (30-10, 11-1 Big Ten) on Friday night by a score of 3-0. The Huskers allowed just one run through five innings before the Golden Gopher... Read More News: April 19, 2019

Today on News: ESU 13's Dr. Jeff West steps down today after 11 years on the job Scottsbluff man charged with sexually assaulting 12-year-old girl Bluffs man gets hefty prison sentence for 2017 drug and weapons charges Plus your... Read More

US wins WTO case against China over grain exports

WASHINGTON (AP) — The World Trade Organization handed the United States a win Thursday in a trade dispute with China, ruling that Beijing did not fairly administer quotas on U.S. wheat, rice and corn. The WTO, the Geneva organization that overse... Read More

Steel prices, trade issues causing Prime Metal Products project delay

Several roadblocks are causing a delay in the Prime Metal Products project slated for the Scottsbluff-Gering area, with economic issues out of the control of local and company officials having the most impact. The cost of steel and the tariffs pla... Read More

Scottsbluff man sentenced to 13 to 27 years on drug and weapons charges

A 29-year-old Scottsbluff man has been sentenced on several felony drug and weapons charges in a case dating back to 2017. Charles Garza was sentenced on Thursday to a total of 13 to 27 years in prison following convictions of Meth Possession (10 ... Read More

Egg-Cellent Easter Tidbits -- Friday Five (April 19, 2019)

Which part of the chocolate bunny is supposed to be eaten first?? Hannah and Alex reveal the most popular choice in Friday Five! STORIES: 5 - Flood Relief Funds Available for Ag Producers 4 - Hemp Bill in Nebraska Advances 3 - USDA, N... Read More

USMCA Necessary for Soy: Report Does Not Convey Full Scope of Benefits

Washington, D.C. April 19, 2019.  While the International Trade Commission (ITC) report on the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) demonstrated marginal increases in agricultural exports, the value of USMCA to soybean producers goes beyon... Read More

New Curriculum Promotes Biofuels in Classrooms

Growth Energy announced a new partnership with the National Association of Agricultural Educators to help promote biofuels in high school classrooms across America. It’s the first industry-supported biofuels curriculum and designed to provide stude... Read More

Morrill 7th Grader Kaitlynn Deines named PVC Star Student of the Week

This week's Platte Valley Companies Star Student of the Week hails from Morrill Junior High School.  Seventh Grader Kaitlynn Deines was nominated for always being one of the smartest kids in her grade, and keeping her education a priority. Wat... Read More

2019 Pork Leadership Program

LINCOLN — The Nebraska Pork Producers Association is proud to welcome participants in the 2019 Pork Leadership Program. Participants in the 2019 Pork Leadership Program are: Aaron Holliday of Columbus, with Pillen Family Farms provides oversight... Read More