Growers Exercise Leadership Skills in Nation's Capital

Corn farmers from across the country have traveled to Washington this week to take part in the second phase of the annual leadership development programs co-sponsored by the National Corn Growers Asso... Read More

HS Boys Basketball: Scottsbluff at Gering - January 24, 2015

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Suspect accused of stealing firearms from Scottsbluff home

A 19 year old man accused of taking over half a dozen rifles and shotguns from a Scottsbluff residence has been arrested on a warrant for burglary and possession of stolen firearms. Court documents indicate witnesses placed Jesse Pena inside the b... Read More

KNEB News Extra - January 26, 2015

Panhandle Research and Extension Center Director Dr. Jack Whittier joins Kevin Mooney on KNEB's News Extra program Monday morning.Dr. Whittier is on the program to discuss topics like the High Plains Ag Lab Field Day, new faculty, renovations and fac... Read More

Cougar Softball Will Serve Soup for Fundraiser

The Western Nebraska Community College softball team will hold their annual Soup Supper Fundraiser on Saturday, Jan. 31 beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Cougar Den at the college. The Soup Supper is all-you-can-eat and includes soup, dessert, and a d... Read More

Mitchell man arrested after shooting man in chest

A Mitchell man is facing two felony charges after allegedly shooting a man near his house. 29-year-old John Greever is charged with 1st Degree Assault and Use of a Firearm to Commit a Felony. Court documents say that Greever shot 24-year-old As... Read More

Boys Basketball: Chadron at Gering - January 23, 2015

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Girls Basketball: Chadron at Gering - January 23, 2015

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Bluffs water meter replacement process steps up

The City of Scottsbluff wants to let residents know they may see Water Department staff working in their neighborhood. The Water Department is in the process of upgrading water meters to a radio read style. The City has 6,386 water meters. Water S... Read More

Gering council to consider approving street projects, keno requests

The Gering city council this evening will consider approving their one and six year road plan for this year which includes six projects costing $843,000. The proposed list includes Country Club Road from 7th to D Street and west of Five Rocks Road... Read More

Iowa State University Collaborative Research Seeks to Increase Corn Production in Africa

AMES, Iowa — Iowa State University agronomists have begun research to improve the drought tolerance and disease resistance of corn grown by farmers in Tanzania and sub-Saharan Africa. Thomas Lubberstedt and Walter Suza, professors in the Iowa St... Read More