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Local Soroptomist Chapter presents awards

Soroptimist International of Scotts Bluff County presented several awards at their program meeting on March 15th at the Scotts Bluff County Club. Senior Scholarships are provided to area high schoo... Read More

House Follows Senate, Introduces Emission Reporting Exemption

The U.S. House, following Senate action, has introduced a bill to stop an unintended regulation of farms. Introduced this week, ACRE, the Agricultural Certainty for Reporting Emissions Act, would avoid unnecessary environmental reporting for farme... Read More

Federal Judge Rules Army Corps Responsible for Missouri River Flood Damages

Farmers impacted by nearly a decade of flooding along the Missouri River are a step closer to receiving compensation. A federal judge earlier this week ruled in favor of farmers in the case of Ideker Farms vs. the United States of America. Roger I... Read More

Troopers recover stolen car; driver arrested on several charges

A 47-year-old Panhandle man has been charged on a variety of counts stemming from a Wednesday afternoon arrest. Court documents say Troopers received a report of a stolen Ford Taurus out of Sioux County. The driver, Steven Magdaleno, had reportedl... Read More

Storm brings needed precipitation to the region

The wet, heavy snow overnight and through the morning hours produced good precipitation for many communities in the panhandle and eastern Wyoming. At KNEB we received slightly over 4.25" of snow as of 5 a.m. with .83" of moisture. The Scottsbluff ... Read More

BMS health fair gets students thinking about lifestyle

Over 40 Bluffs Middle School students took advantage of the first health fair at the school, held for a little over an hour and a half Thursday afternoon. Lynne Adams with Scottsbluff Public Schools Health Services says students rotated through si... Read More

Western US governors take aim at worst invasive species

DENVER (AP) — Weeds, feral cats, insects and other pests are invading the U.S. West, and state governors released a list of the worst offenders Thursday in hopes of helping people recognize and eradicate the invaders before they spread. The West... Read More

Woman accused of cashing in fraudulent lotto ticket at three different locations

A 34-year-old Scottsbluff woman has been arrested for allegedly cashing in a fraudulent Lotto Pay ticket at three different locations. Court documents say Scottsbluff Police were dispatched to the Watering Hole on 27th Street regarding the cashing... Read More

House Farm Bill Markup Delayed

Disagreements among the House Agriculture Committee members regarding the nutrition title are stalling movement on the farm bill. Committee Chairman Mike Conaway of Texas says there will not be a farm bill markup next week, citing the committee's... Read More

USDA Announces Regionalization Agreement with South Korea to Help Protect U.S. Trade During HPAI Detections

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced an agreement with the government of South Korea that significantly reduces negative impacts on trade should another detection of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) occur in the ... Read More

Horse racing documentary with Minatare ties has first working trailer released

A new documentary that has been garnering a lot of buzz in the horse racing industry is one step closer to crossing the finish line. Today, Jody Lamp and Melody Dobson announced that their new film will be called Born to Rein, and treated attendee... Read More