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Driver injured in car versus road grader accident near Melbeta

Authorities say one person has been hospitalized after he struck the rear of a Scotts Bluff County road grader south of Melbeta Monday morning. Sheriff Mark Overman says an eastbound car driven by 41-year-old Chad Conklin of rural Gering struck th... Read More

Chadron state college upgrades its website

An upgrade has taken place to the Chadron State College website csc.edu, resulting in a cleaner, less-cluttered look. CSC Director of College Relations Alex Helmbrecht says the website needed a change to appeal to today's prospective college stude... Read More

Rural Mainstreet Index Hurt by Trade Concerns

The Rural Mainstreet Index, which measures the economic outlook in rural America, was hit hard by rural bankers who expressed concerns about trade tensions and their effect on the farm economy. “An unresolved North American Free Trade Agreement ... Read More

Local candidate forum set for Tuesday evening

The Scotts Bluff County Farm Bureau will host a Candidate Forum for the upcoming primary election in Scotts Bluff County. The forum will take place Tuesday, April 24 at 7:00p.m. at the Gering Civic Center and it is free and open to the public. Refres... Read More

Earth Day Everyday

On Earth Day we celebrate the farmers, ranchers and foresters who’ve arranged their lives and livelihoods to improve the environment for us all. Every single day, these environmental stewards demonstrate that agriculture can be productive and regen... Read More

49th Annual Cornhusker Trapshoot Set for May 3-5

More than 2,000 students are expected to compete in the 49th Annual Cornhusker Trapshoot May 3-5 on the home grounds of the Nebraska Trapshooting Association (NTA) in Doniphan. Competition will take place in individual and team divisions. Junior hig... Read More

Stand Down Returns to WNCC for Fourth Straight Year

For the fourth straight year, Scottsbluff will be hosting a Stand Down event for all area veterans. "It says a lot about our community that they're wanting to come back year after year to do this," said Christine Wolf, Veterans Upward Bound progra... Read More

Erdman gives legislature poor grade for just completed session

Senator Steve Erdman of Bayard says very little was accomplished during the legislative session completed this past Wednesday. Erdman says he would not give the session a very high grade. Erdman said, "We took more money from the rainy day fund... Read More

Scottsbluff Public Schools Receives Grant for After School Program Expansion

Scottsbluff Public Schools will be offering two new sites for the After School Program for the 2018-2019 school year after receiving a $76,075 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant. Next year, Longfellow and Lincoln Heights Elementary schools ... Read More

Reel Lux Cinemas to open Mall theaters next week

The Cinema 6 Theater at Monument Mall in Scottsbluff will be opening next week after it's recent purchase by Reel Lux Cinemas. Marketing Director Joseph Marelli says they will be working around remodeling one theater at a time, hoping to have the ... Read More

KNEB.tv News: April 20, 2018

Bill Boyer is in with the latest news on this edition of KNEB.tv News. Click here to watch....... Read More

Two arrested for bypassing Monument gate with stolen car, drugs

Two people who went around the gate at the Scotts Bluff National Monument without paying were arrested Wednesday evening at the top of the Summit Road on drug charges, motor vehicle theft, and other counts. Court documents indicate the responding ... Read More

Katie Camacho named Community Champion for April

First State Bank is pleased to honor this month's Community Champion. Watch to see Katie Camacho honored as the Community Champion for the month of April from First State Bank....... Read More

Bridgeport council dissolves city volunteer unit in EMS management change

The Bridgeport city council Thursday night voted unanimously to approve an ordinance that dissolves the city's emergency response volunteer unit and places emergency responses under the direction of Morrill County Hospital. The council also voted to ... Read More