Iowa Farmer Says Someone stole Soybeans by Harvesting Them

A La Motte, Iowa farmer claims someone harvested his soybeans in Jo Daviess County, Illinois.  Matt Schuster says he’s missing more than 1,600 bushels of soybeans after someone took the crops. He n... Read More

Gering to name new city engineer soon

The city of Gering will be naming a new city engineer soon, according to Mayor Ed Mayo. Mayo says they have received applications and conducted interviews and now have a preferred candidate. but mayo says the person has asked the city to withhold ... Read More


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Bunge analyst: exports outlook 'incredibly strong'

A growing world population, urbanization and rising income will continue to drive investment in commodities, and the link between energy and agriculture will stay strong for years to come, according to Bunge financial analyst Curtis Jones, one of the... Read More


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Former Scottsbluff man sentenced in Omaha Hells Angels Club shooting

A former Scottsbluff man convicted in the killing of another man at the Hells Angels' club building in Omaha last year has been sentenced to 30 to 40 years in prison. Jay Witt was given credit for 430 days served. He will be eligible for parole af... Read More

Small Scale Farming Workshop Nov. 8

Interested in learning how to produce your own food or start a diversified agriculture business on your acreage or in your backyard? UNL Extension will be hosting the third installment of "Small Spaces, Big Potential": a Small Scale Farming Workshop ... Read More

Gering man accused in wife's beating has 1st court appearance

A 37 year old Gering man facing a felony domestic assault charge after allegedly beating and kicking his 26 week pregnant wife had his first appearance in Scotts Bluff County Court Wednesday. John Rodgers is charged with domestic assault on a pregnan... Read More

Johnson Represents NCGA at White House Event on Women in Ag

National Corn Growers Association Past President Pam Johnson joined U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden at the White House Monday for the Dialogue on Women Leaders in Agriculture. More than thirty p... Read More

Incumbent Scottsbluff school board candidates challenged on alternative schooling projects

The incumbent Scottsbluff school board candidates were forced to defend their alternative schooling projects during a lively forum between the six candidates Tuesday evening. Challenger Lee Dick, a retired athletic director at Scottsbluff High Sch... Read More