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DHHS Seeking Qualified Kinship Navigator Providers

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services has issued a request for applications for agencies and organizations to be part of a new service array to benefit and support extended family and f... Read More

Smith: Honoring our Heroes on Memorial Day

Each year on the last Monday of May, we pay tribute to those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country. If it were not for these heroes, we would not have the freedoms we currently enjoy and exercise every day. Next month, June ... Read More News: May 24, 2019

Today on News: Two people have been federally indicted following a March traffic stop in Banner County The man charged with sexually assaulting a young Scotts Bluff County girl has case bound over to District Court New book all abo... Read More

EAA 608 invites the public to Airport Appreciation and Fly-in day June 1

The general public is invited to the Western Nebraska Regional Airport next weekend to take part in the annual Airport Appreciation and Fly-in Day, sponsored by local chapter 608 of the Experimental Aircraft Association. EAA 608 member Dave Strang... Read More

Kentucky woman driving horse drawn wagon to raise child hunger awareness

A Kentucky woman on a cross-country trek to raise awareness of childhood hunger says she's amazed at the generosity of those who have helped her along the way. Angela Wood, her Chihuahua, and two horses started out of Liberty, Kentucky last August... Read More

Memorial Day observances draw support, reflection by area residents

Organizers are gearing up for Memorial Day services across the region this coming holiday weekend. Memorial programs take place both Sunday and Monday, with volunteers needed to place flags on deceased veteran's graves Saturday morning. Scotts ... Read More

Sheriff's Office believes suspect of recent manhunt out of the area

The wanted fugitive who eluded Nebraska and Wyoming law enforcement officers following a May 12th manhunt in Henry is believed to be out of the area. Scotts Bluff County Sheriff Mark Overman says officers sought to capture Stephen Paul Evans, who ... Read More

Big Iron Realty's Friday's In The Field *AUDIO/VIDEO*

This year we travel to Minden Nebraska to follow a seed corn field on the Olson family Farm. The Olson family has farmed the same land for over a century and Stephen is using the latest in cover crops and soil testing to properly manage his soil heal... Read More

District Court arraignment set for rural Scottsbluff man accused of child sexual assault

The case of a rural Scottsbluff man accused of child sexual assault has been bound over to Scotts Bluff County District Court. 70-year-old Jimmy Darnell made his first appearance in County Court Friday morning, and through his attorney Maren Cha... Read More

CPI dry fertilizer plant goes up in flames

The Cooperative Producers Inc. dry fertilizer plant near U.S. Highway 6 and Showboat Boulevard went up in flames late Thursday night. An emergency call about the blaze was received around 11:30 p.m. The building was reported to be engulfed in flam... Read More News: May 23, 2019

Today on News:  State lawmakers can't quite cross the finish line on a bill that would green-light the legal production of hemp in Nebraska Nebraska Volleyball Coach John Cook makes an appearance in Morrill Plus we honor the First... Read More