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Lawmakers looking at ways to boost Nebraska tourism

Lawmakers are looking for new ways to draw national and international tourists to Nebraska. The Legislature's Appropriations Committee will hold a hearing Tuesday at the Capitol to discuss funding... Read More

WNCC Christmas concert to feature instrumental and vocal music programs for first time

Western Nebraska Community College presents a showcase of holiday music favorites on December 4 at 7:00 p.m. in the WNCC Little Theatre on the Scottsbluff Campus. The concert is free and open to the public. For the first time, A Very Valley Chris... Read More

The Latest: One officer, two civilians killed in Colorado Springs shooting

Here is the latest on the shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colorado: Two civilians and one police officer were killed at the Planned Parenthood building in Colorado Springs, Colo., Friday. The gunman has been detained,... Read More

Guadalupe Center moving into the 21st century with modern improvements

The Guadalupe Center is moving into the 21st century, and money is still needed for one of the main projects yet to be completed. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church is working to raise the $12-14,000 needed to change the lighting system in the church's ... Read More

Jan Marker retires after thirty years with the Postal Service

Jan Marker of Melbeta is retiring from the Gering Post Office today (Friday) after thirty years with the Postal System. Marker has been a clerk in most of the Scottsbluff Co. Post Offices and says it is tough leaving what she loves to do. Marke... Read More

Televisions, home items, toys favorites of Black Friday shoppers

Black Friday may not be quite as big as it has been in the past, but it is still bringing in a lot of people to local stores today. At Target Manager Scott Marsh says they have had good crowds all the way through the night and into Friday morning ... Read More

November 25, 2015

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney, 3.84 (-0.01) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport, 3.84 (-0.01) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman, 3.84 (-0.01) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford, 4.07 (+0.05) New Alliance / Alliance, 4.07 (+0.05) Frenchman Valley Co-Op/Kimball, 3.85 (--) W... Read More

China Plans To Cut Domestic Corn Prices To Shrink Stockpiles

Beijing plans to cut local corn prices for a second year as it pushes to reignite stalled demand from its crisis-hit grain processors and whittle down the world's biggest corn stockpile, industry sources said. In its latest move to boost a sector ... Read More

Huskers Face Big Challenge On Saturday

The Nebraska women’s basketball team hits the road for the first time this Saturday when the Huskers take on UConn at the XL Center in Hartford. Tip-off between the Huskers and the Huskies is set for Noon central. NU is making their first-ever appe... Read More

UPDATE: EPA Halts Registration of Enlist Duo

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said in a court motion Tuesday it wants to pull the plug on Dow AgroScience's Enlist Duo herbicide, citing "new information" it received about the potential environmental effects of the herbicide designed to w... Read More

Gordon-Rushville junior killed in Wednesday accident

A Wednesday evening accident claimed the life of a Gordon-Rushville High School junior. The Nebraska State Patrol said 16 year old Lane Malmberg was westbound on a county road a mile north of Gordon around 7:50 p.m. Wednesday evening when he faile... Read More