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Canal breach threatens irrigation season for Nebraska, Wyoming Ag Producers

A breach on the Ft. Laramie Canal in Wyoming south of Lingle has forced a stop to irrigation water deliveries for North Platte Valley ag producers on the south side of the river in both Wyoming and Ne... Read More

(Video) 2019 NCGA Corn Congress

The 2019 Corn Congress kicked off in Washington D.C. this week. Corn farmers from across the nation are talking about policy and issues that are important not only to the corn producer but agriculture. Attendees are making policy decisions for... Read More

50 Years Later, Hot Dogs are Still Out of this World

This week as the United States commemorates 50 years since the Apollo 11 astronauts landed on the moon, the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council (NHDSC) celebrates one of the first foods eaten by Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. “Buzz” Aldrin Jr. o... Read More

Wyoming prison inmate dies after lengthy illness

A 53-year-old inmate at a prison at the Wyoming Medium Correctional Institution in Goshen County has died after a lengthy illness. The Wyoming Department of Corrections says Lorenzo Montez died at the state's medium-security prison in Torrington o... Read More

Pathway North Project among items for Scottsbluff Council special meeting Wednesday

The Scottsbluff City Council meets in a special session tonight to discuss the Monument Valley Pathway North project, as well as take action on items that had been on Monday night's consent agenda but failed to pass. The move comes in the wake of ... Read More News: July 16, 2019

Today on News: Scottsbluff City Council deadlocked over emergency agenda item regarding Monument Pathway North project Scotts Bluff County Commissioners ready to tackle upcoming budget workshops Big change coming to this year's Rub... Read More

Man accused of passing $2,600 in bad checks

A 40-year-old Scottsbluff man who faked a medical emergency last week in attempt to avoid being arrested is facing a new felony charge following a Scottsbluff Police Department investigation. Anthony Plummer was contacted by police at Murdoch's af... Read More

(AUDIO) Potential Heat Stress this Week

The July weather pattern is posing to offer challenges this week for feedlot operators and cattle producers. Above average rain fall across the state has created greater humidity and has deteriorated pen conditions.  The seven-day forecast is callin... Read More

Day 12, Kansas Wheat Harvest Report

This is day 12 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association. Wheat harvest is wrapping up in central Kansas and in full swing ... Read More

Recent local Hwy 26 break-ups not a sign of future infrastructure failure

Nebraska Department of Transportation officials say a series of recent pavement fractures on Highway 26 in Scotts Bluff County isn't an epidemic, nor is it a symptom of problems with roadway construction. Two concrete break-ups near Morrill and on... Read More

United Way

United Way of Western Nebraska is teaming up with CAPWN (Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska) to expand their Stuff the Bus school supply drive program in Sidney. They invite area residents to participate in a Stuff the Bus school supply... Read More