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Gordon Back With Royals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ The Royals activated All-Star outfielder Alex Gordon from the disabled list and welcomed new outfielder Jonny Gomes in a series of moves before Tuesday night's game against Det... Read More

Farm Bureau, Caterpillar Inc. Announce New Partnership

WASHINGTON, D.C., September 1, 2015 – American Farm Bureau Federation and Caterpillar Inc. announce a new partnership that will provide members up to $2,000 in purchase incentives on Cat machines. In addition, Caterpillar plans to support Farm Bure... Read More

Cattle Herd Expansion Well Underway, But Beef Supplies Remain Tight

MANHATTAN, Kan. – U.S. cattle producers are responding to recent record-high prices by expanding their herds, but Americans’ appetite for beef will play a crucial role in how the larger supply will play out for the producer’s bottom line, accor... Read More

Scottsbluff Priest says Pope emphasizing forgiveness and unification in new directive

A Scottsbluff priest says Pope Francis' new directive Tuesday intended to help post-abortive women more readily find forgiveness within the Catholic Church is part of the Pope's effort to bring all Catholics together. Father Vince Parsons with St.... Read More

NSP successful during 3-day I-80 challenge

Nebraska recorded zero fatalities on Interstate 80 during the three day I-80/I-35, Border-to-Border Traffic Safety Initiative this past weekend. The multi-state, multi-agency high visibility traffic enforcement operation encompassed 455 miles of I... Read More

Ricketts launches new site to highlight where Nebraska ranks

Governor Pete Ricketts unveiled a new webpage to show how Nebraska ranks in a variety of categories. The site is part of the Governor’s continued commitment to apply business principles to government by measuring performance, improving operatio... Read More

Lexington Woman Killed; Infant injured after Struck by Vehicle

A vehicle-pedestrian accident Monday evening in Lexington has claimed the life of a Lexington woman and critically injured an infant. According to the Nebraska State Patrol, 32 year old Alejandra Zamora of Lexington was killed and Eileen Arredondo... Read More

New Nebraska LEAD Class Announced

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Nebraska LEAD Group 35 participants were announced by Terry Hejny, director, Nebraska LEAD (Leadership Education/Action Development) Program. The newest members of Nebraska's premier two-year agricultural leadership development progr... Read More

Scotts Bluff County sees significant hike in total valuation

Scotts Bluff County had a significant increase in valuation this year, attributed at least in part to a healthy hike in the centrally assessed property which includes the railroads and utilities. The total valuation jumped $141 million or approxim... Read More

Light of Hope Breakfast to be held Thursday morning

The 7th annual Light of Hope breakfast this Thursday will not only showcase the efforts of two local organizations who provide help and support to abused and neglected children in the community, but is also the major annual fundraiser for both organi... Read More

Motivational speaker coach to speak to area athletes and parents

In an effort to stress that winning isn't the main reason to play high school sports, Scottsbluff and Banner County Schools have teamed up to bring in a coach to talk about all aspects of the game. Rob Miller of Proactive Coaching will be speaking... Read More