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Today on News:  Twin Cities Development officials talk about the need for a vibrant retail business environment Senator John Stinner says the state needs to brace for a possible incre... Read More

Business Groups Criticize Strategy to Keep Upping the Tariff Ante Between US, China

OMAHA  -- In the latest round of tariffs, China responded Tuesday to the U.S. by announcing new 5% to 10% tariffs on $60 billion in U.S. goods after President Donald Trump late Monday announced similar tariffs on roughly $200 billion in goods from C... Read More

Kelley Bean provides donation to United Way Day of Caring

   Kelley Bean Company recently hosted a luncheon to benefit the United Way’s upcoming Food Packaging event to help fight food insecurity in our communities. They presented a $1,052 donation to United Way to help sponsor the packaging even... Read More

Missouri teacher shares love of sheep with students

COLUMBIA, Mo.  — "Do you have any more silly sheep stories?" Sam Garrett frequently fields the question from her third-graders at Fairview Elementary School. "I actually make a list of stories and cross them off if I tell them that one so I ... Read More

Ricketts to visit Scottsbluff Friday

Governor Pete Ricketts will participate in a couple of events as he makes a visit to Scottsbluff Friday. Ricketts is scheduled to make remarks at the POW/MIA program scheduled for 10 a.m. at the Clark Williams Multicultural Center on the WNCC camp... Read More

Kimball road rage shooter gets two to four years in prison

A Florida man arrested following a July road rage incident on Interstate 80 near Kimball has been sentenced to two to four years in prison. 47 year old Kevin Austin of Cocoa, Florida is the man accused of shooting from one vehicle into another on ... Read More

U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange Attracts International Buyers

International soy and grain buyers, transportation representatives and officials, agriculture producers, government officials and industry experts all gathered at the U.S. Soy Global Trade Exchange in Kansas City, Mo. August 28–30. Before headin... Read More

Casper man dies in I-25 crash near Wheatland Monday

A 47 year old Casper man died from injuries after a crash on I-25 near Wheatland, Wyoming Monday afternoon. The Wyoming Highway Patrol says the crash occurred in a construction zone, where northbound traffic is diverted to the southbound side of t... Read More

October 9th Open House planned to review Gering's Comprehensive Plan

The City of Gering is launching a review and update to the existing Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Code, which lay out the community’s vision for Gering’s future and determines where and what type of development may occur throughout the city. C... Read More

Nebraska governor hopeful Krist denies drinking allegations

Nebraska Republican officials have accused Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bob Krist of drinking on the job as a state senator and implied he drove while intoxicated, allegations that state investigators dismissed and that Krist fervently denies.... Read More

(Video) Morning Ag News Update - September 18

Susan Littlefield reports on agriculture news and information. ...... Read More