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Several Hunting Seasons Opening in Early September

September in Nebraska means football – and hunting. The first day of the month brings the opener of several hunting seasons, including dove, grouse and archery deer. Dove hunters should be reminded... Read More

Portie holds the two-day lead at Oregon Trail Pro-Am

Two solid rounds by Ben Portie has him atop the leaderboard after two days of the Oregon Trail Pro-Am at the Scotts Bluff Country Club. After an opening round 67 left Portie one shot of the lead, a 66 on Friday catapulted him to the top with an 11... Read More

Bearcats win at Sidney again

Two trips to Sidney in less than a week proved to be fruitful for the Scottsbluff girls golf team.  They won the Sidney Invitational on Tuesday and returned Saturday to capture the Western Conference Tournament. After a close call against Sidney ... Read More

Cougars go 4-0 at Western Wyoming tournament

ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. -- The Western Nebraska Community College volleyball team  made it a good weekend after capturing four wins in the Holiday Inn Classic in Rock Springs, Wyoming, over the weekend. The No. 9 Cougars started the tournament on Frid... Read More

Gering goes 2-1 in Holdrege

A stinging  12-0 loss to Cozad in the opening game of the Holdrege Softball Tournament didn't detour the Gering Bulldogs for the rest of the day.  They bounced back for two wins to finish 2-1 on the day. The Bulldogs are now 5-3 on the year foll... Read More

Scottsbluff and Gering tennis compete at McCook Invitational

Scottsbluff and Gering competed at the McCook Tennis Invitational Saturday and came away with third and fourth place finishes respectively. Host McCook won the meet with 39 points, two better than second place Holdrege.  Scottsbluff scored 28. ... Read More

Smith has several scheduled panhandle visits this week

Congressman Adrian Smith will meet constituents of the Third District during a mobile office on Monday in Gordon. The mobile office will allow constituents to meet directly with Congressman Smith about federal issues and take advantage of the cons... Read More

Huskers Top Pitt 3-1, Give Cook 600th Win

Lincoln - The Nebraska volleyball team finished off an unbeaten weekend at the Nebraska Invitational with a 3-1 (25-9, 25-20, 27-29, 25-19) win over Pittsburgh on Saturday night at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The win marked the 600th career win fo... Read More

Gering woman winner of KNEB's Pony Express summer promotion

A Gering woman has won a 50th anniversary commemorative 2015 Mustang GT as KNEB's summer long Pony Express promotion came to an end at Fremont Motors. Denise Wright's Queen of Hearts matched Fremont Motors General Manager Phil Brooker's Queen of ... Read More

Federal board wraps up hearing on Crow Butte uranium mine license renewal

The federal Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Friday wrapped up a week-long hearing in Crawford on the 10-year renewal of the operating license for the Crow Butte Uranium mine. The board now has ninety days to affirm, modify, or reverse the Nuclea... Read More

Sponsors needed for additional entries in Old West Balloon Fest

In the past 10 days, another six balloons have been secured for next Saturday's Old West Balloon Festival Re-Inflated, and organizers are still looking for more sponsors. Event Co-Chair Becky Horne says they have sponsorship packages ranging from ... Read More