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Inaugural Scottsbluff Celtic Gathering underway

After more than half a year of planning, preparations, promoting and organization, the first annual Scottsbluff Celtic Gathering is now officially underway. Shortly after 9 a.m. Saturday, a bag-piper stood alone in the center of a grassy knoll in ... Read More

  Join Special Olympics Nebraska and the Law Enforcement Torch Run on Saturday, June 3rd at the annual Airport Appreciation Day at the West Nebraska Regional Airport, sponsored by the local chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association for... Read More

State budget cuts impacting low income residents

CAPWN Health Program Director Jeff Tracy says Governor Ricketts veto of $32 million for groups that serve the elderly and people on Medicaid will  have an impact on services like dentistry that are provided to low income residents. Tracy says den... Read More News: April 19, 2017

Today on News: Scottsbluff High School student taken into police custody for questioning after reportedly making threats Thursday night WNCC President explains part of the $18 million expansion project coming to the Scottsbluff campus... Read More

Gering businessman withdraws rezoning request

Gering council documents indicate Brody Gies has withdrawn his application to rezone a vacant area at the northwest corner of Five Rocks Road and Country Club Road. Gies had made the request to rezone the area from rural residential to neighborhoo... Read More

Scottsbluff pair arrested on drug distribution charges

A Scottsbluff man and woman are both facing felony controlled substance distribution charges after allegedly selling methamphetamine and pills in multiple transactions to WING Drug Task Force confidential informants. 53 year old Cindy Cress is fac... Read More

Scottsbluff man facing felony drug counts after alleged controlled buys

A Scottsbluff man will be in court Friday to make his first appearance on two charges of distribution of a controlled substance after he was allegedly involved in selling methamphetamine to a confidential informant working with the WING Drug task for... Read More

Bill Engvall show next Saturday in Gering

Prepare for an evening of laughter, smiles, and fun next Saturday. KNEB's "An Evening of Comedy" featuring Bill Engvall comes to Five Rocks Amphitheater in Gering on Saturday, May 27th. Engvall is a Grammy-nominated multi-platinum recording ar... Read More

Storm brings widespread moisture to the region

The entire region received quite a bit of precipitation from this storm that moved through our area over the last 48 hours. KNEB studios.....1.44" Gering (Rick Myers)....2.00" Alliance......97" Chadron ........90" Gordon 1.24" Kimba... Read More

Lonesome River Ranch Gearing Up for 2017 Cattlemen's Ball

Jeff and Lisa Johnson of Anselmo are making final preparations on the Lonesome River Ranch in Custer County, NE as this year's Cattlemen's Ball approaches. The event is set to take place June 2 and 3. The 2017 theme—4 A Cure—celebrates Custer ... Read More

Ag Secretary visiting S.Dakota, Nebraska the next two days

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture  Sonny Perdue is spending today and tomorrow in South Dakota and Nebraska. On Friday , Perdue will be joined at Ellsworth Air Force Base near Rapid City by South Dakota's congressional delegation, Senators John Thune... Read More

Scottsbluff Police investigating student who made

Scottsbluff Police are interviewing a Scottsbluff High School student who reportedly made a threatening statement. On Thursday evening, a school security officer reported the threat to police.  Scottsbluff Superintendent of Schools Rick Myles say... Read More

Celtic festival to provide music, humor and more this weekend

Residents are encouraged to take part this weekend in the First annual Celtic Festival, scheduled at the 18th Street Plaza. The Festival kicks off with whiskey tasting at the Hampton Inn from 6:30 to 8:30 Friday evening. the cost is $30 and pre-re... Read More News: May 18, 2017

Today on News: Gering Senator John Stinner weighs in on the latest budget battle in the Nebraska Legislature Scottsbluff man wins a brand new pickup after taking top prize in Nebraska Lottery Truck$ & Buck$ scratch contest Midw... Read More