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Recruiting Profile: Jaevon McQuitty

Jaevon McQuitty is a four-star, 45th ranked wide receiver according to Rivals, out of Columbia, Missouri. He had a number of offers including Iowa, Missouri, and Illinois, but McQuitty chose NU. McQui... Read More

KNEB.tv News: January 16, 2017

Today on KNEB.tv News, students faculty and staff share their excitement to finally start classes in the newly renovated Scottsbluff High School. Plus: Details on how one of Scotts Bluff County's most wanted felon's was apprehended by Denver ... Read More

RWMC Cancer Services Open House set for Tuesday

The public is invited to an open house Tuesday hosted by the Regional West Medical Center Foundation and the hospital's Cancer Services Department. The open house will show off the new CT Simulator at the Cancer Treatment Center, which Dr. Vince B... Read More

NCBA/PLC Support Confirmation of Rep. Zinke for Secretary of Interior

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and the Public Lands Council released the following statements today in support of the confirmation of Congressman Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.) for the Secretary of Interior: “During his tenure in the U.S. Hou... Read More

Farmers and Ranchers Cow/Calf College at USMARC January 31

The annual Farmers and Ranchers Cow/Calf College “Partners in Progress – Beef Seminar” will be held at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center and Great Plains Veterinary Education Center near Clay Center on January 31, 2017 with registration, cof... Read More

Five Myths About the Veterinary Feed Directive

The new requirements for the Veterinary Feed Directive were officially in effect as of January first, but not without misconceptions. Producers must obtain authorization or a prescription to purchase medically important antibiotics for use in anim... Read More

World Dairy Expo Recognition Award Nominations Closing Soon

Time is limited to nominate deserving individuals for the 2017 World Dairy Expo Recognition Awards. The nomination window is open through February 1 for the four award categories, including Dairy Woman, Dairyman, Industry and International Persons of... Read More

United Way of Western Nebraska at 80% of its goal

The United Way of Western Nebraska is at 80% of its goal and needs to raise approximately $76,000 to meet its $371,000 target . Executive Director Steph Black says they are still optimistic about reaching their figure with  two pacesetters yet tw... Read More

Police Report: Naranjo arrested after passing out in McDonald's parking lot

Details are emerging on how the man who led Scotts Bluff County authorities on a high speed pursuit last month was arrested in Denver. 21-year-old Juan Naranjo was found unresponsive in a vehicle in a McDonald's parking lot on East Colfax in the e... Read More

One Seed Company Pres says Dow-DuPont Merger is Good for the Midwest

Tom Burrus, president of Burrus Hybrids, a seed corn, soybean and alfalfa marketer in the Midwest, believes the merger of Dow and DuPont is good for American agriculture. “Combining the two companies, which have R&D capabilities that complem... Read More

Senator Fischer delivers weekly Republican address

This weekend, U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) delivered the weekly Republican address to the nation. Senator Fischer discussed the Senate’s passage this week of the resolution paving the way to repeal ObamaCare. You can watch her address below... Read More