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(Video) Grain Market Strategies During Harvest

Luke Beckman, Central Valley Ag ProEdge grain sales manager, analyzes the USDA’s Quarterly Grain Stocks Report estimates. Luke also talks about sales strategies for corn and soybeans after harvest. ... Read More

CSC students start club to benefit wildlife

Chadron – Elk and other wild creatures in the Pine Ridge have a couple of additional places to find water in the heat of summer, thanks in part to work by members of a new student organization at Chadron State College. The CSC student chapter of... Read More

Weather shortens McCook's win over Gering

There's not much you can do when mother nature decides to get involved. That was the case Friday night at Memorial Stadium in Gering as lightning, thunder, and rain forced an early end to the Gering vs. McCook matchup. With McCook leading the B... Read More

Aurora wins shortened game against Bearcats

Could Scottsbluff have rallied from a three touchdown deficit to be visiting Aurora Friday night.  Mother nature prevented us from finding out. Storms came rolling through the area,  forcing stoppage of play at 7:33 p.m. and following a 90 minut... Read More

Creighton wins at St. John's

QUEENS, N.Y. -- Jaali Winters had a career-high 28 kills to lead the Creighton Volleyball team to a 3-1 road win at St. John's on Friday night in Queens. The 28 kills by Winters were tied for third-most in Creighton history, and most by a Bluejay sin... Read More

Holloway leads Cats to GNAC golf title

Scottsbluff survived a 90-minute rain delay to capture the Greater Nebraska Athletic Conference Girls Golf Tournament Friday at the Lake Maloney Golf Club in North Platte. The Bearcats, paced by meet Medalist Hannah Holloway, fired a 369 to top se... Read More

No. 2 Cougars stretch win streak to 10

What a difference 24 hours makes for the second-ranked Western Nebraska Community College volleyball team. On Thursday, the Cougars registered a four-game win over Otero Junior College. Friday night, the Cougars had a balanced offensive attack, le... Read More

Chadron State outlasts CSU-Pueblo

In a lengthy, grueling, four-set match, which lasted nearly two and a half hours, Chadron State volleyball held CSU-Pueblo to a .129 hitting percentage, well below their season average of .173, to outlast the visitors three sets to one. Rudy Leasa... Read More

Scottsbluff Elks to host authentic Oktoberfest

In an effort to restore culture from the past, the Scottsbluff Elks Lodge will host "Oktoberfest Revived" on October 17th, featuring true German food and Dutch Hop music. One of the organizers, Ken Meyer, says they are really working to make this ... Read More

Scottsbluff and Gering each win one match on opening day of Twin City Invite

The 12-team Twin City Volleyball Invitational began a two-day run in Scottsbluff and Gering Friday.  The host teams each won a match while losing two. Scottsbluff opened play at Scottsbluff High School with a 25-15, 25-18 loss to Ogallala.  The ... Read More

High School Softball Scores

Saturday (10/03/2015) Auburn 3, Yutan/Mead 1 Beatrice 10, Omaha Gross Catholic 2 Bellevue East 4, Plattsmouth 2 Bishop Neumann 11, North Bend Central 3 Bishop Neumann 16, Logan View/Scribner-Snyder 3 Bishop Neumann 5, Wahoo 4 Blair 4, Bennin... Read More