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Fall Herbicide Application Could Help Control Marestail in Soybeans

Herbicide effectiveness on marestail depends largely on the stage of growth and size of the plants. Marestail generally is most susceptible to herbicides when it is small and still in the rosette stag... Read More

Proposed cul-de-sac parking change to be discussed by Gering council

The Gering city council this evening will consider an ordinance to change parking regulations for cul-de-sacs in the city. The proposal would eliminate diagonal or perpendicular parking in cul-de-sacs that has been allowed since council action in ... Read More

US Ethanol Could Help Japan Achieve Greenhouse Gas Reduction

A study recently released by the U.S. Grains Council found that a significant portion of U.S.-produced corn ethanol will likely meet Japan's 50% greenhouse gas reduction threshold over gasoline, something the group said supports the case for that fue... Read More

Four members of Mitchell family hospitalized following Sunday collision

Four members of a Mitchell family whose vehicle collided with a loaded semi Sunday afternoon on the east edge of Scottsbluff remain at regional West Medical Center. The Nebraska State Patrol says two of the four are in the intensive care unit. The... Read More

Scottsbluff looking to establish committee to manage riverfront property

The City of Scottsbluff Parks and Recreation Department is looking for people interested in serving on a committee dedicated to the development of the riverfront property alongside and adjacent to the current Monument Valley Pathway and Riverside Par... Read More

Syngenta and ChemChina Miss EU Deadline for Antitrust Remedies

Syngenta AG and China National Chemical Corp. didn't submit proposed remedies to resolve potential antitrust concerns related to their planned merger by last Friday's deadline, an EU official said Monday, raising concerns about how quickly the deal w... Read More

Parents urged to take Halloween safety precautions

Nebraska health officials are reminding parents to take safety precautions on Halloween. The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services says taking a few simple steps can help keep kids safe while trick-or-treating. Kids should never go o... Read More

5 Tax Deductions For Your Farm

LINCOLN — Tax time on the farm can be a little stressful. In gathering all your forms and receipts in preparation for a visit to your accountant, don’t forget about these five deductions. 1. Home Office You can deduct a percentage of your ... Read More

KNEB launches new FM signal in Scottsbluff/Gering

The Nebraska Rural Radio Association has announced a new FM signal for its heritage radio station KNEB in Scottsbluff. The new station, 100.3 FM, offers a 24-hour simulcast of KNEB 960 AM to portions of western Nebraska and eastern Wyoming. “... Read More

Bluffs woman arrested in box cutter attack

A Saturday afternoon attack lands a Scottsbluff woman in jail . On Saturday afternoon, Scottsbluff Police were dispatched to an altercation taking place in the street on East Overland. Witnesses say that 43-year-old Anne Mousseaux showed up to a h... Read More

NE Cattlemen Interim Policy Passed on Fed Cattle Trade

Nebraska Cattlemen's Board of Directors announces the adoption of interim policy concerning severe marketing issues and concerning trends in the nation's negotiated fed cattle trade. NC leadership and staff have been focused on this issue for over... Read More