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RDC to unveil bear cubs next weekend

The Riverside Discovery Center has announced that the orphaned grizzly bear cubs that found a new home in Scottsbluff will be able to be seen by the public starting December 16th. Zoo Director Anthony Mason says on that Saturday, there will be spe... Read More News: December 8, 2017

Today on News: More than $110,000 has been raised so far for the YMCA's annual campaign- with more donations expected to roll in throughout the coming days and weeks A Brazilian jet has been testing itself against the winds of wester... Read More

Scottsbluff's Boozy Brushes ready for grand opening

It's been a long haul for Emily Pugmire, but after several months of restoring an old church, her business 'Boozy Brushes' is finally ready to open the doors to the public. (Murphy/KNEB/RRN)'s Ryan Murphy caught up with the young entre... Read More

Bayer, Luke Bryan, Celebrate Successful Feeding Campaign

A campaign by Bayer and country star Luke Bryan has donated more than one million meals to hungry families. Bayer says the “Here’s to the Farmer” campaign this year asked Luke Bryan fans to give thanks to American Farmers, while also helping... Read More

Torrington interim Police Chief mulling offer to make it permanent

Torrington Mayor Mike Varney says Lt. Doug Weeks is mulling over an offer to make him the permanent Police Chief after he has served in that capacity on an interim basis for over a year. Weeks was appointed the interim chief in late October 2016 a... Read More

Nebraska Leads Nation in Beef Exports to China

Through October 2017, Nebraska exported more than half of the total share of U.S. beef to China, according to data recently released from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service. Nebraska’s beef exports to China were $8.... Read More

Bluff's man arrested for strangling nursing student

A 23 year old Scottsbluff man has been charged with felony domestic assault after Police were contacted when a female nursing student came to class at the Harms Center with bruises and red marks on her neck. Jordan Holguin is accused of strangling... Read More

YMCA officials optimistic campaign will reach goal

The Scottsbluff Family YMCA and over one hundred volunteers Thursday wrapped up their annual campaign to help raise funds for scholarships and community projects. Scottsbluff YMCA Director Conrad Bostron told KNEB News that despite the tight econo... Read More

USDA to Revisit Standard for Beef Carcass Grades

The Department of Agriculture announced it will revisit the United States Standards for Grades of Carcass Beef, a move drawing praise from the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. NCBA President Craig Uden  says the updates to the beef standa... Read More

Scottsbluff man charged with Forcible 1st Degree Sexual Assault

A 26-year-old Scottsbluff man has been arrested after being accused of sexually assaulting a female in August. Samuel Diaz is charged with a Class II felony of Forcible First Degree Sexual Assault. Court documents say Scottsbluff Police were di... Read More

South Dakota Farmer Elected to Lead National Soybean Checkoff

Lewis Bainbridge, a soybean farmer from South Dakota, was elected chair of the United Soybean Board (USB). Bainbridge, a third-generation farmer, previously served the board as USB vice chair. The soy checkoff, which works to maximize profit opportun... Read More

Man killed by Wyoming police identified as sex crime suspect

A man shot to death by Wyoming police after he fired a rifle at them has been identified as a 49-year-old former Laramie therapist accused of sexual assault, sexual exploitation of a child and other charges. Police on Thursday identified the man ... Read More

China Needs More Corn to Meet Fuel Mandate

To meet a fuel blend requirement, China must import more corn, according to industry analysts. A Stewart Peterson advisor tells Farm Journal's AgDay that China will need to import "an additional billion bushels of corn a year" to meet the mandate. Ea... Read More

Bridgeport School Board accepts resignation from Band Director

A Bridgeport music teacher has resigned after a public squabble with administrators and school board. Bridgeport Superintendent Chuck Lambert confirmed that High School Band Director Joe Jensen resigned his position late last week. The Board of Ed... Read More