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Bloated Expenses Weigh on Profits

MANHATTAN, Kan. (DTN) -- Some Grain Belt analysts question USDA's latest 2016 farm income estimates as overly optimistic. They doubt growers were able to shed as much in input costs this season as USD... Read More

Scotts Bluff County Special Enforcement Planned

Increasing seat belt usage and intersection safety will be the focus of a six-week long special enforcement effort planned for Scotts Bluff County. Over the past three years there have been 14 motor vehicle fatalities in Scotts Bluff County. Five ... Read More

Sandhills State Bank Donates $2000 to United Way Day of Caring

Sandhills State Bank donated $2000 to United Way of Western Nebraska serving Box Butte and Dawes Counties to support United Way’s Day of Caring which is scheduled for October 5 at First Baptist Church in Alliance. During the event, approximately si... Read More

WATCH: EWC staff pleased with progress on CTEC

Back in March,  the ground was broken on a state of the art, $23 million addition to Eastern Wyoming College's Torrington Campus. Six months later and staff say they are pleased with how things are coming along.'s Ryan Murphy has more:... Read More

Leadership changes at RDC intended to raise expectations and bring more energy

Leadership changes have been made at the Riverside Discovery Center. Riverside Discovery Center Board President Martin Mickey confirmed Tuesday morning that Zoo Director Peter Halliday was let go by the board, and RDC Executive Director Anne Jame... Read More

CME Group to Transition Dairy Spot Call to CME Direct Auction Platform

CME Group, the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced that in December it will begin transitioning its CME Dairy Spot Call, for daily price discovery in physical dairy markets, to an electronic, transaction-based au... Read More

HS roundup from Monday; cross country and volleyball

Many  area high school cross country teams competed Monday in Kearney at the UNK Invite. In Class B the Scottsbluff girls finished in 3rd place overall in the team standings. They were lead by fine performances from Whitney Riesen and Kaylee Bent... Read More

Believers and Achievers award finalists announced by NSAA

U.S. Bank® and the Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) are proud to announce the 2016-2017 Believers and Achievers. Believers & Achievers is a state-wide program designed by U.S. Bank and the NSAA to give recognition to Nebraska’s fu... Read More

Nebraska may owe feds up to $32M over Medicaid payments

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services officials have revealed a billing problem that could cost the state up to $32 million. The issue stems from changes made two years ago in how providers are paid for serving residents with developmen... Read More

Are Fed Cattle Getting Too Big for Livestock Haulers?

Finished cattle have outgrown the trailers used to haul them. That’s the consensus of packers, truckers, feedyard managers, and now documented through research conducted by Kansas State University (KSU). This has created a significant animal welfar... Read More

Two in custody following stolen vehicle pursuit north of Cheyenne

Two Billings, Montana residents are in custody after leading a Wyoming State Trooper on an early morning chase northwest of Cheyenne on Monday. According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol, 25 year old Justin Fuller and 18 year old Taylor Graves were b... Read More