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Erdman gains endorsement from Popps, Gaston still on the fence

Morrill County Commissioner Steve Erdman is getting support from the two Sidney candidates who trailed him and Ogallala's Karl Elmshaueser in the 47th legislative district primary. But only one is rea... Read More

74-year-old motorcyclist hospitalized following Thursday morning accident

A Gering man has been transported to Regional West Medical Center following a Thursday morning wipe-out on Avenue I. Around 9 a.m., 74-year-old John Krieschel was travelling southbound on Avenue I as he approached the stoplight on 27th Street. Sco... Read More

Ruling favors Nebraska utility in Sandhills power line survey case

A judge has ordered a family ranch inthe Sandhills to let Nebraska Public Power District access its land for survey work. Court records say the ruling came Monday in the Brush Creek Ranch lawsuit against the district. The lawsuit sought unspecifie... Read More

History is Made with Weekly Ethanol Production

According to EIA data analyzed by the Renewable Fuels Association, ethanol production averaged 1.028 million barrels per day (b/d)—or 43.18 million gallons daily. That is down just a hair from last week’s record-tying 1.029 million b/d. The four-... Read More

No Sheridan County fatalities during 6 week NSP special enforcement

Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol Troop E- Scottsbluff took two impaired drivers off the road during a month-and-a-half long special enforcement effort in Sheridan County designed to increase seat belt usage and highlight the dangers of impaire... Read More

The Search for Top Yields Continues on The Pro Farmer Crop Tour

It's better than good, but is it a record crop? That was the question scouts on the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour were trying to answer as they headed into the big corn and soybean states on Wednesday. Scouts on the western leg of the tour who drew t... Read More

Nebraska prison on lockdown after 9 staff members assaulted

Prison officials in Nebraska say nine staff members at the Lincoln Correctional Center have been assaulted by inmates who were refusing to return to their cells. Department of Correctional Services spokeswoman Dawn-Renee Smith told The Associated... Read More

Man arrested Saturday sentenced to prison on previous drug case

A man arrested for delivery of drugs this past weekend was sentenced Wednesday to prison on an a different drug related case. 28-year-old Christopher Gomez was sentenced by District Judge Leo Dobrovolny to 12 to 24 months in prison for attempted dist... Read More

WNCC women's soccer opens up season on Friday at Trinidad

The Western Nebraska Community College women’s soccer team will be opening up the season with a depleted roster after the team has been hampered during the pre-season by nagging injuries. Still, the Cougars will have plenty of firepower when the... Read More

Japanese Trade Organization Leader to Speak at UNL

Hiroyuki Ishige, chairman and CEO of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), will speak at the University of Nebraska on Sept. 13 as a guest of the developing Clayton K. Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance. Ishige will address... Read More

Gering volleyball hosts Hemingford in Nebraska Sports HOF match Saturday

This Saturday afternoon the Gering High School volleyball team will host Hemingford in the Nebraska Sports Hall of Fame Jamboree match at 2 p.m. The match will be a best three of five and admission will be $5 for adults and $4 for students.  Acti... Read More