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Historic flooding on Laramie River near Ft. Laramie

Major flooding continues on the Laramie River near Fort Laramie, and officials are preparing for even more water, which will push the river above historic levels. The National Weather Service said ... Read More

Prosecutors trying to convict registered sex offender as Habitual Criminal

A Gering man convicted on a 2002 sexual assault of a child charge in Cheyenne County could be facing a lot more time behind bars. 36-year-old John Eitzen is facing numerous charges in Scotts Bluff County Court for failing to report every 6 months.... Read More

NHL Scores

NHL PLAYOFFS Sunday, May 24= Tampa Bay 2, N.Y. Rangers 0, Tampa Bay leads series 3-2 Monday, May 25= Chicago at Anaheim, 9 p.m....... Read More

NBA Scores and Schedule

NBA PLAYOFFS Sunday, May 24= Cleveland 114, Atlanta 111, OT, Cleveland leads series 3-0 Monday, May 25= Golden State at Houston, 9 p.m....... Read More

Major League Baseball Scores

INTERLEAGUE Miami        5  Baltimore       2 Cleveland    5  Cincinnati      2 St. Louis    6  Kansas City     1 AMERICAN LEAGUE= Sunday's Games= Toronto 8, Seattle 2 Houston 10, Detroit 8 Miami 5, Balt... Read More

Forecasters Predicting Mild Summer

El Nino conditions are in place in the Pacific Ocean, and the presence of that feature has forecasters with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicting that summer weather will be generally mild across the primary U.S. crop ... Read More

Scottsbluff High Graduate Receives International DECA Award

A former Scottsbluff DECA student has been honored with the Outstanding Service Award at the Grand Awards Sessions in Orlando. 1965 SHS graduate Steve Einsel received the award last month at the 58th Annual International DECA Conference. Einsel... Read More

Hawaii Groups Protest Against Monsanto Research

Demonstrators planted coconut trees and waved signs in rallies across the Hawaiian Islands as part of an international day of protests against Monsanto. The protesters on Saturday complained about the effects that companies like Monsanto allegedl... Read More

Girls basketball camp in June at WNCC

Western Nebraska Community College will be holding a girls’ basketball camp from June 15-18 in Cougar Palace. The camp is open to girls in grades 1st through 9th and the cost is $50 per camper which includes a T-shirt and pizza on Thursday. The ... Read More

NSAA board votes against executive director's contract extension

The Nebraska School Activities Association board of directors has voted not extend the contract of executive director Rhonda Blanford-Green. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the 5-3 vote against extending Blanford-Green's contract occurred T... Read More

Mandatory evacuations issued for parts of Sterling

A mandatory evacuation order has been issued for residents in the Globe Meadows area on the north side of Sterling after the North Sterling Reservoir inlet ditch spilled over its banks. The Northeast Public Affairs Collaborative issued a statement... Read More