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Next Rounds of NAFTA Talks are Already Scheduled

The first round of talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement wrapped up Sunday and the next two rounds are already on the schedule. U.S., Canadian and Mexican officials did not o... Read More

Highway Construction to Begin on US-30 in Deuel County

Weather permitting, work is scheduled to begin August 23 on US-30, from Reference Post 87.39 to Reference Post 108.07, east of Chappell to the Deuel County line. Cozad based Paulsen, Inc.  has the $1.5 million contract, which will include millin... Read More

Huskers Hold Red/White Scrimmage

LINCOLN, Neb. - The Nebraska volleyball team held its annual Red/White Scrimmage in front of 6,028 fans at the Bob Devaney Sports Center on Saturday night. The Red team defeated the White team 3-1 (19-25, 25-13, 25-23, 25-18) behind 16 kills, seven ... Read More

Lexington Softball Invite Results

Lexington Softball Tournament    8-19 RD 1 Chadron over Lexington 8-6 Alliance beat Gothenburg 14-1 Holdrege over Southern Valley/Alma 9-3 Scottsbluff beat Adams Central 7-3 RD2 Lexington over Gothenburg 5-4 Alliance beat Chadron 3-2 Ho... Read More

Nebraska senator files complaint against doctor being sued

State Sen. Ernie Chambers has filed a formal complaint against a Lincoln doctor accused of performing medically unnecessary pelvic  exams on female Nebraska State patrol recruits. Chambers argues in the complaint that the allegations against Dr.... Read More

Scottsbluff natives among five new NSP troopers coming to panhandle

On Friday, the 58th Basic Recruit Class of the Nebraska State Patrol graduated at  the Rotunda of the Nebraska State Capitol. Remarks were provided by Governor Pete Ricketts, Attorney General  Doug Peterson, and Major Russ Stanczyk, Acting S... Read More

HS softball scores from Friday

Gering and Scottsbluff both opened the high school softball season with road games on Friday. Gering finishes 2-1 at Aurora Tournament Gering 7, Aurora 6...Kaetlyn Todd finished 4-4 with two runs scored, Delany Dean went 3-6 with two RBI, while... Read More

Rural residents advised to mark land not available to eclipse visitors

Scotts Bluff County Chief Deputy Troy Brown says rural residents worried about trespassing on their property need to get the land marked and signed so eclipse visitors know they are not welcome. Brown says if people are trespassing on your propert... Read More

Roberts, McCaskill Discuss Protecting Nation's Food Supply

Two U.S. senators from Kansas and Missouri say an emphasis on protecting the nation's food supply has waned since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and it's time to make the issue a priority again. Sen. Claire McCaskill, a Democrat from Missouri, and... Read More

Lexington Knocks Off Scottsbluff

Lexington-Lexington opened up the season with a 4-0 victory over Scottsbluff on Friday. The Minutemaids scratched across single runs in the 3rd and fourth innings and then put the game away with two more runs in the bottom of the 6th. Makenna Johnson... Read More News: August 18, 2017

Today on News: U.S. Senator Deb Fischer hosts another round of listening sessions Two Nebraska women vying to become next 12th Judicial District Judge  RWMC gearing up for any and all scenarios ahead of Monday's eclipse Chabell... Read More