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Morrill County already receiving ballots for all mail-in election

Some Morrill County residents have already turned their ballots back in after County Clerk Kathy Brandt Tuesday mailed ballots to voters in ALL nine election precincts for the first time. Morrill C... Read More

WNCC Holds Ribbon Cutting For Indoor Powerline Facility

Western Nebraska Community College officially opened its Powerline & Indoor Training Facility with a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday in Alliance. "The Powerline Construction & Maintenance Technology program represents one of our highest... Read More News: October 19, 2018

Today on News: Nearly 200 attend discussion about democracy and the future of journalism at Midwest Theater Senators Bob Krist and Lynne Walz continue their campaign across the Panhandle, making multiple stops in Western Nebraska this... Read More

Gering Junior High's Kelsey Brady named PVC Star Student of the Week

This week's Platte Valley Companies Star Student of the Week stepped up into a leadership role after facing adversity.  7th Grader Kelsey Brady broke her arm early into the Bulldog volleyball season, and rather than sit on the sidelines she offer... Read More

More freshman and first-time students attending WNCC

The initial report on fall enrollment at WNCC shows part time and full-time enrollment down slightly but an increase in new students. Registrar Roger Hovey says an over 10% increase in freshman or new students, 371 this year compared 330 in 2017,... Read More

175 people attend democracy and journalism forum

A great crowd at the Midwest Theater Thursday night as an estimated 175 people took part in a conversation about democracy and the future of journalism. A three person panel of noted journalists answered questions from the audience for 90 minutes,... Read More

Nebraska jobless rate unchanged at 2.8 percent in September

The Nebraska Labor Department says the state's preliminary unemployment rate was 2.8 percent in September _ unchanged from the August figure. The department said in a news release Friday that the rate is down a tenth of a point from the year-ago f... Read More

Krist and Walz continue 15 city campaign tour with stops in Panhandle

Senators Bob Krist and Lynne Walz made a stop in Scottsbluff Thursday evening as part of their five day, 15 city campaign tour. The Democratic candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor met with locals at El Charrito restaurant and talked about some... Read More


City, State and federal officials announced that Antelope Creek, which runs for 11 miles through Lincoln, has been removed from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Impaired Waters list. Only 90 creeks in the nation have been removed fr... Read More News: October 18, 2018

Today on News: Sixth annual Save-A-Rack at Backaracks highlighted by touching donation from Lisa Weborg in honor of her sister Lita- who lost her battle to breast cancer in August Several local restaurants caught selling alcohol to mi... Read More

Kendra Feather named First State Bank's Community Champion for October

The accolades of this month's Community Champion are no surprise to the staff here at KNEB. Kendra Feather is a local Wonder Woman who does it all, is active in countless organizations and spearheads countless community projects. This week, Fir... Read More