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Reminder to Report to FSA all Prevented Planting and Failed Acreage

Producers across Nebraska have experienced above average spring rains throughout the 2015 spring planting season. In some cases producers may not be able to plant all acreage or acreage already plante... Read More

Register Today for the National Angus Convention

Registration is now open for the 2015 Angus Means Business National Convention & Trade Show, which takes place Nov. 3-5 in Overland Park, Kan. Visit the convention website, www.angusconvention.com, to reserve your place today and make hotel reser... Read More

Tickets now on sale for West Nebraska All-Star Games

Tickets are now on sale for the West Nebraska All-Star Games that will be played Saturday, June 13 in Scottsbluff. A single game ticket to the volleyball or football game is $6 for adults and $4 for children 12 and under, if purchased in advance.... Read More

Commissioners admit to

The Scotts Bluff County Commissioners said Monday night they have only a "limited responsibility" to repair a portion of Brown's Canyon drain southwest of Mitchell. Representatives from the county, three irrigation districts and concerned landowne... Read More

Reminder to Report to FSA all Prevented Planting and Failed Acreage

Producers across Nebraska have experienced above average spring rains throughout the 2015 spring planting season. In some cases producers may not be able to plant all acreage or acreage already planted may have failed due to the excessive moistur... Read More

Scotts Bluff County Fair tickets go on sale this evening

Tickets for the 2015 Scotts Bluff County Fair events are available for the first time this evening at the Mitchell Fairgrounds. Tuesday evening's event from 4-7 p.m. allows only for tickets to be purchased at the fairgrounds box office, and Fair M... Read More

Scottsbluff Council approves tax increment financing plan for Monument Mall

While Monument Mall in Scottsbluff is continuing to bring in popular new tenants, there are many challenges in making that happen. That's why Rock Step Capital, the company who owns the mall, sought both tax increment financing and an occupation tax.... Read More

Poll Shows Farmers and Ranchers Desire Market Risk Management

A survey of Farm Credit lenders in America's heartland shows an increased demand for market risk management services as farmers, ranchers and agribusinesses respond to a tightening agriculture economy. AgriBank, the St. Paul, Minn.-based Farm Cred... Read More

Public invited to provide input on Downtown Scottsbluff Plaza project Tuesday night

An open house is set for Tuesday evening at the Midwest Theater so members from the community can get a first hand look at early plans for a new downtown plaza. Scottsbluff City Planner Annie Folck says the idea for a plaza started last summer as ... Read More

Beef Industry Loses a Great Man and Gifted Leader, Richard Gebhart

Richard Gebhart, a fourth generation cattlemen from Claremore, Okla., and an Oklahoma and national beef industry leader, died May 30 after a short illness. He was 58. With his family Richard operated Beacon Hill Ranch, a Hereford operation establi... Read More

Fine and probation ordered for Johns on DUI

The Scotts Bluff County jail director has been fined and ordered to serve 12 months of probation for drunken driving. The Scottsbluff Star-Herald  reports that 61-year-old Ron Johns was sentenced on Monday. The fine and court costs totaled nearly... Read More