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Bluffs, Gering and Terrytown to have monthly outdoor siren tests

Many of the smaller communities in the county have a weekly or even daily testing of their outdoor warning sirens, but Scottsbluff, Gering, and Terrytown only test theirs during Severe Weather Awarene... Read More

NU president Hank Bounds outlines

University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds says his four cornerstones for success will provide the "measureables" to move the university from being very good to great. Bounds, who was in Scottsbluff as part of a tour across Nebraska, told KNEB N... Read More

Thomas Rhett, Lady A, Train announced for 2016 Nebraska State Fair music acts

Following the success of Keith Urban in 2015, The Nebraska State Fair is once again taking the “Sounds to the Grounds” on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of opening weekend. Thomas Rhett, Lady Antebellum and Train – Live, outside and on the grass. ... Read More

Big day by Ingram carries Scottsbluff to title game

A hat trick by Scottsbluff's Eseah Ingram highlighted the first day of action at the B8 District Soccer Tournament at the Landers Memorial Soccer Complex in Scottsbluff Monday. Ingram had two first half goals and one in the second to pace the Bear... Read More

EPA Takes Down Report Saying Glyphosate Not Carcinogenic

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday pulled a report offline that concluded glyphosate is not likely to be carcinogenic to humans, saying the document was inadvertently published and the agency had not finished its review of the chemica... Read More

Gilliland and Walker headline Best of the West

The Best of the West Track and Field Meet was held Monday at Bearcat Stadium in Scottsbluff. Mitchell senior Drew Gilliland was a three-time gold medal winner and was named the Outstanding Male Athlete of the Meet.  Scottsbluff's Chesney Walker w... Read More

Bluffs council approves zoning changes for tattoos and body art

A number of complaints about the strict confines of zoning codes related to tattoo and body art facilities in Scottsbluff led to the authorization of changes to the codes Monday evening. The Scottsbluff City Council approved the changes after a nu... Read More

Gering captures Chadron Golf Invitational

The Gering Bulldogs placed three golfers in the top ten on their way to winning the Chadron Invitational Monday. The Bulldogs totaled a 344 to outdistance second place Scottsbluff by 12 strokes in the eight team field. Josh Wilson paced the Bul... Read More

May 2nd, 2016

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney – 3.81 (-0.06) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport – 3.81 (-0.06) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman – 3.81 (-0.06) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford – 3.81 (-0.02) New Alliance / Alliance – 3.81 (-0.02) Frenchman Valley ... Read More

I-80 accident claims life of Sidney man

An early morning Sunday accident has claimed the life of a Sidney man. The Nebraska State Patrol says that around 1:25 a.m. Sunday, 26-year-old Sophia Wooley was driving eastbound on I-80 with 35-year-old Victor Woolely. As they entered a const... Read More

Grain Traders Rejecting New Soybeans Developed by Monsanto

U.S. grain companies plan to reject Monsanto Co.’s new genetically modified soybeans because of concerns that they could disrupt international trade without a key regulatory approval from the European Union. Trade groups representing Cargill Inc... Read More