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Guadalupe Center moving into the 21st century with modern improvements

The Guadalupe Center is moving into the 21st century, and money is still needed for one of the main projects yet to be completed. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church is working to raise the $12-14,000 nee... Read More

China Plans To Cut Domestic Corn Prices To Shrink Stockpiles

Beijing plans to cut local corn prices for a second year as it pushes to reignite stalled demand from its crisis-hit grain processors and whittle down the world's biggest corn stockpile, industry sources said. In its latest move to boost a sector ... Read More

Huskers Face Big Challenge On Saturday

The Nebraska women’s basketball team hits the road for the first time this Saturday when the Huskers take on UConn at the XL Center in Hartford. Tip-off between the Huskers and the Huskies is set for Noon central. NU is making their first-ever appe... Read More

UPDATE: EPA Halts Registration of Enlist Duo

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said in a court motion Tuesday it wants to pull the plug on Dow AgroScience's Enlist Duo herbicide, citing "new information" it received about the potential environmental effects of the herbicide designed to w... Read More

Gordon-Rushville junior killed in Wednesday accident

A Wednesday evening accident claimed the life of a Gordon-Rushville High School junior. The Nebraska State Patrol said 16 year old Lane Malmberg was westbound on a county road a mile north of Gordon around 7:50 p.m. Wednesday evening when he faile... Read More

Estimated 700 people fed at 32nd Thanksgiving in the Valley dinner

An estimated 700 people were served Thursday during the 32nd annual  free Thanksgiving in the Valley dinner at at the Guadalupe center in Scottsbluff. On a snowy, cold day with temperatures stretching to get out of the teens a record 417 meals we... Read More

Northeast Nebraska Man Gets Prison for Cattle Theft

CENTER, Neb.  A northeast Nebraska man has been sentenced to five to eight years in prison for stealing cattle from a feedlot. Norfolk radio station KNEN reports Timothy Ketelsen was sentenced Tuesday in Knox County District Couty. He pleaded no ... Read More

Wyoming Highway Patrol busy with accidents, stranded motorists

The winter weather impacting the area has already caused over four dozen accidents in Wyoming. The Wyoming Highway Patrol said that as of 1 p.m. Thanksgiving afternoon, it had investigated 52 crashes statewide since Wednesday. The Patrol said ... Read More

Husker Football Traffic Enforcement Reminder

(Lincoln, Neb.)-  Football fans headed to the final home game of the Husker football season are reminded to plan ahead, allowing for plenty of time to reach Memorial Stadium. “Not only do we have Husker football, we have holiday shopping and tr... Read More

Season-High 17 Turnovers, Late Dry Spell Equals Doom for Lopers

Kearney, Neb. – Sophomore guard Gokul Natesan hit a three as the buzzer sounded to lift the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers over Nebraska-Kearney, 67-66, Wednesday afternoon in Golden. Ranked 10th in the preseason national poll, Mines improv... Read More

Mead not ready to increase taxes despite drastic coal revenue drop

Gov. Matt Mead says he's not ready to support tax increases to cover what state analysts say will likely be a steep decline in coal revenues over the coming years. State financial analysts warn that state coal revenues are likely to fall from nea... Read More