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Nebraska's Foecke, Hames Earn Big Ten Weekly Honors

After a 2-0 start to Big Ten play, the Nebraska volleyball team was rewarded with two Big Ten weekly honors on Monday. Mikaela Foecke was named the Big Ten Co-Player of the Week for the second time th... Read More

U.S. Capitol Christmas tree coming to Scottsbluff-Gering

Scottsbluff and Gering have been chosen as two of the 25 Oregon Trail communities that will have the Christmas tree displayed on the U.S. Capitol lawn travel through their towns. The tree is traveling eastward from Oregon on the reverse path of the O... Read More

Phenotype Still Matters

Genetic tests are available for everything from birthweight to carcass weight, so it's tempting to select your next herd bull based on those results alone. Just think, no more driving all across the country to look at pen after pen of yearling bulls.... Read More

Keystone XL developer plans to start construction in 2019

The developer of the Keystone XL oil pipeline says it plans to start construction next year, after the U.S. State Department concluded major environmental damage from a leak is unlikely and could quickly be mitigated. TransCanada spokesman Matthe... Read More

(Video) WNCC's Jervay Green commits to Nebraska

Over the last few weeks it was pretty obvious that WNCC sophomore guard Jervay Green was going to wind up at a big time college basketball program. Coaches like Nebraska's Tim Miles, Mark Few of Gonzaga, and Bobby Hurley of Arizona State had been ... Read More

New Trend Brings Together Rural Landowners, Biking Enthusiasts

Marsha Daughenbaugh doesn't ride bicycles -- she rides horses. The third-generation rancher in rural Routt County, Colorado, works the meadows just outside the county seat of Steamboat Springs. Decades ago, her grandfather started, and she still runs... Read More

Sept. 24, 2018

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney – 4.49 (+0.04) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport – 4.49 (+0.04) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman – 4.49 (+0.04) Crossroads Co-op/Gering – 4.49 (+0.04) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford – 4.62 (+0.04) New Alliance / ... Read More

Keep kids safe this harvest

Keeping children safe while they live, play and work on farms can be challenging. It’s even more difficult during harvest season – a peak time for agricultural injuries. Long hours, a flurry of activity, less-than-ideal weather conditions and wo... Read More

Gering council to consider interlocal agreement for second school resource officer

The Gering city council this evening will consider an interlocal agreement with the Gering school district regarding the second school resource officers that is in district buildings beginning this fall. The first officer covers Gering High and No... Read More

New Mexico ranchers worry about possible land restrictions

Some New Mexico ranchers are worried they could lose their way of life as the U.S. Bureau of Land Management revises its resource management plan. Land could be subject to classification as wilderness, a move that ranchers worry could restrict the... Read More

Panhandle human trafficking symposium scheduled for Wednesday in Gering

An all-day Panhandle Human Trafficking Symposium will be held this Wednesday at the Gering Civic Center from 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Scottsbluff Police Chief Kevin Spencer told KNEB News the symposium will create a high quality educational experience ... Read More