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(AUDIO) After Trade Mission, EU Companies Intent to Purchase NE Beef

Last week a Nebraska trade team promoted the state's beef in the European Union. On Thursday, Governor Pete Ricketts and Department of Agriculture Director Greg Ibach announced six letters of intentio... Read More

Oct. 27, 2016

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney – 2.71 (steady) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport – 2.71 (steady) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman – 2.71 (steady) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford – 3.15 (+0.03) New Alliance / Alliance – 3.15 (+0.03) Frenchman Va... Read More

Grim budget news for Wyoming K-12 funding

 State budget analysts say Wyoming K-12 schools will be short $103 million for the current two-year funding cycle because of the economic downturn. The drop was reported in the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group budget analysis released Monday.... Read More

In a Switch, U.S. Abstains From Cuba Embargo Vote at U.N.

The U.S. abstained for the first time from a vote on a United Nations resolution calling for an end to the U.S. embargo on Cuba, as part of a major policy reversal. The final vote on Wednesday was 191 in favor of the resolution, with the U.S. and ... Read More

Scottsbluff man facing multiple firearms charges

A 29 year old Scottsbluff man is facing multiple felony charges after police learned he had purchased 8 handguns from a local dealer while having an active protection order against him. Jose Arellano was arrested October 14th after Scottsbluff Pol... Read More

Nebraska State Director Maxine Moul Names Tami Bailey as Project Manager of the Year

South Sioux City, Neb., October 27, 2016—USDA Rural Development State Director Maxine Moul today presented a plaque to Tami Bailey for her excellence in performance as Project Manager for South Sioux City, Nebraska and the South Sioux City Communit... Read More

Dow AgroSciences Sees Growth in Q3

Dow AgroSciences division of Agricultural Sciences reported third quarter sales of $1.2 billion, up 6 percent versus the year-ago period. Price and volume each rose 3 percent.   Strong demand conditions in Latin America drove double-digit sales g... Read More

Playoff football preview: Scottsbluff vs. Blair

After an 8-1 regular season for the Scottsbluff Bearcats it's time to see if they can make some hay in the 16 team Class B playoff bracket. That push starts tomorrow night as Scottsbluff hosts 5-4 Blair in a 5:30 showdown at Bearcat Stadium. Bl... Read More

Local businesses helping students get into SHS playoff game

Several local businesses are making a push to pay for admission for students that want to attend the Scottsbluff/Blair district playoff football game Friday. Ralph Paez says student passes that work during the regular season games do not apply for... Read More

Phase 1 of missile site cleanup near Cheyenne complete

The first phase of a cleanup project at a former nuclear missile site east of Cheyenne is complete, but it will be about a year before officials know if it is working. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports that during the last few months CB&I, a c... Read More

4th annual Save a Rack at Backaracks another huge success

Over 70 decorated bras were auctioned off last night during the 4th annual Save-A-Rack at Backaracks bra auction fundraiser for Festival of Hope. KNEB Director of Sales Kendra Feather says they don't have a final tally as they still had food and t... Read More