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National Junior Angus Association Accepting Applications for Award

To recognize Angus youth who exemplify what it means to be a true leader, the National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) presents the Jim Baldridge Outstanding Leadership Award each year at the National... Read More

Reuwsaat placed fourth in long jump at Penn Relays

PHILADELPHIA - Chadron State College's Stachia Reuwsaat placed fourth among 10 contestants in the college women's long jump at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia on Thursday. The junior from Rapid City jumped 5.90 meters, or 19 feet, 4 ¼ inches.  T... Read More

Three Cougar soccer players will make move to next level

Three Western Nebraska Community College women’s soccer players are taking their talents to the next level after signing papers recently. North Platte’s Hannah Wilke will continue her soccer playing days at York College. Corrie McDonald, who p... Read More

Scottsbluff man pleads not guilty to second child sexual assault charge

A 35-year-old Scottsbluff man already facing charges for allegedly groping a 14-year-old girl last summer at Lake Minatare entered a not guilty plea Thursday for sexually assaulting  the girl's 13-year-old male cousin. Last August, Manuel Trevino... Read More

Cougars travel south to win two

WICHITA, Kan. – The Western Nebraska Community College softball team tuned up nicely with a sweep over Friends University junior varsity Thursday in Wichita, Kansas. In the opener, Andy Hancock scattered four hits in leading the Cougars to the 1... Read More

CNPPID Receives Grant Funds for E67 Telemetry Project

The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District recently received confirmation that it has received grant funds to implement the second year of its E-67 Canal telemetry project. The Nebraska Environmental Trust provided $65,460 in fundin... Read More

Nebraska Cattlemen Applauds Senator Fischer Decision on Water Resources and Development Act

LINCOLN, Neb. (Apr. 29, 2016) - Nebraska Cattlemen applauds Senator Deb Fischer on her "no vote" of the 2016 Water Resources and Development Act. Senator Fischer was the sole opponent to the bill, which passed out of the Environment and Public Works ... Read More

Pharmaceutical take-back location moved for Saturday event

The area at Main Street Market where the pharmaceutical take-back event will take place Saturday has been changed. The collection location was the northeast parking area off the main building, but it is now in the southwest parking lot adjacent to th... Read More

Precipitation, including snow, to begin later today and continue into Saturday

It's another weekend of dreary, rainy and even snowy weather for residents of southeastern Wyoming and Nebraska. Meteorologist Don Day says the precipitation will start to fall later this afternoon evening and into Saturday, and the snow amounts w... Read More

Eagles win opener at RMAC softball tourney

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - After a morning weather delay that set the RMAC Tournament back three and a half hours, Chadron State College softball (28-17-1, 21-11 RMAC) got 12 hits in six innings to defeat the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (21-... Read More

Friday morning power outage affects much of Bayard

Crews in Bayard have been able to restore power to its residents following a brief power outage Friday Morning. Mayor Michelle Coolidge says that power should be restored to everyone, but if anyone is still without power they are asked to report i... Read More