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Tyson Building New Tennessee Plant; Kansas on Hold

Tyson Foods announced it will build a chicken-processing plant in western Tennessee. A Drovers’ report says the plant will be up and running by 2019 and will provide more than 1,500 new jobs. The... Read More

Bluffs accounting firm purchases Kimball company

E & H Certified Public Accountants and Management consultants in Scottsbluff announced Tuesday they have acquired the Kimball accounting firm of Robert Abramson, CPA. Shareholders Darrel Eskam and Troy Hilyard says the acquisition is effective... Read More

Huskers Continue Hawkeye Preparation

LINCOLN, Neb. - The Nebraska football team split practice time inside the Hawks Championship Center and outside on the Ed and Joyanne Gass practice fields for roughly two hours on Tuesday evening in full pads. Defensive Coordinator Bob Diaco spok... Read More

Bluffs woman injured in Monday accident in critical condition

A Scottsbluff woman injured in an accident west of Mitchell Monday is listed in critical condition at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. The Nebraska State Patrol says 41 year old Cherie Knaub was injured when her eastbound vehicl... Read More

Irrigation industry recruits former Marine

CURTIS, Neb. - When Collin Overmann left California after four years of service with the U.S. Marine Corps, the Nebraska native wasn’t sure of his next assignment.      "I thought about going to a lineman school in Texas,” Overmann says. T... Read More

SHS students participate at 28th annual Math Bowl

50 Scottsbluff High School students competed at the 28th Nebraska Math Day on Thursday, November 16, 2017. The contest is hosted by the Department of Mathematics on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln City Campus. The University of Nebraska – Lin... Read More

Fifth Round of NAFTA Talks Moving Slowly

The fifth round of negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement got off to a slow start and continue to move slowly this week. A source tells CBC dot com that negotiators have talked through a dozen topics but there hasn’t been much move... Read More

New tool is available to help farmers understand when temperature inversions occur

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State University is offering a new tool to help farmers assess when temperature inversions occur in their region. The information can be useful in assessing the risk for herbicide drift when applying products such as dicamb... Read More

Census of Ag Helps Farmers Influence Future Policy

USDA Census of Agriculture forms will start showing up in farmers’ mailboxes in December. The national census is conducted by the National Ag Statistics Service every five years and it’s extremely important that farmers take time to respond. B... Read More

(AUDIO) Westco Legion Baseball hires pair of coaches

America's pastime is front and center as we all get set to enjoy a great American holiday. On Monday night the Westco Legion Baseball program announced two hires. Jeremiah Luber was named the new head coach of the Zephyrs senior team while Dall... Read More

Commissioners reject invitation for private meetings

The Scotts Bluff County Commissioners have rejected an invitation to meet privately with the co-owner of a popular organic health farm who opposes approving a conditional use permit for neighboring land to accommodate a proposed asphalt plant. Cou... Read More