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Nature’s Path Foods Recalls A Specific Production Run

Nature’s Path Foods announced a voluntary recall of a specific production run of EnviroKidz Choco Chimps, Gorilla Munch and Jungle Munch cereals for they may contain undeclared gluten (wheat and barley). People who have a wheat allergy, celiac dise... Read More News: February 18, 2019

Today on News: State lawmakers look at bill that would allow mentally ill inmates at county jails to be housed at NDCS facilities Gering teen avoids serious injuries following Friday afternoon accident Chadron Schools begin search ... Read More

EWC approved to offer Associate of Arts degree in Human Services

Eastern Wyoming College students seeking a career in professional support services will soon have a new degree available to them. EWC officials say the Wyoming Community College Commission has approved an Human Services associate of arts degree at... Read More

Contract approved for installation of new flooring at SHS main gym

Athletes and physical fitness students at Scottsbluff High School will hopefully notice fewer issues with the flooring in the main gym following replacement that will start next month. The Scottsbluff School Board last week approved a contract for... Read More

Local non-profit benefits from WESTCO, Land O' Lakes Foundation donation

WESTCO and the Land O’ Lakes Foundation continued their support of local food pantries with a $10,000 donation to Panhandle Love in Action on Wednesday. The contribution was made possible by the Land O’ Lakes Foundation’s Member Coop Match Prog... Read More

Neuwirth steps down as Director of PVB Ambassador Club

Cyndi Neuwirth, Ambassador Club Director for Platte Valley Bank has retired. Cyndi has been with Platte Valley Bank and Companies since 2000, and has served as the Director of the Ambassador Club during that time. The Platte Valley Bank Ambassador Cl... Read More

Nebraska officials still working on Medicaid expansion timeline

A voter-approved law to expand Medicaid in Nebraska is quietly taking shape as the state prepares to extend health coverage to an estimated 90,000 recipients, but key challenges still must be resolved and officials haven't set a firm date to start en... Read More

Nebraska Science Festival launches essay contest

Nebraska Science Festival keynote speaker Grant Imahara has worked on some of the most famous movie and TV robots of all time including R2-D2 and the Energizer Bunny. Now, we’re asking young Nebraskans to let us know what robot they would create an... Read More

EWC Student Senate joins with Banner Health to raise money for The American Heart Association

Eastern Wyoming College Student Senate will join with Banner Health for a fundraiser event called “Kiss the Pig” and Banner “Pack the Gym Night”. This event will take place at half time during the Lancer basketball game on February 20th. EWC... Read More

NBA to induct Altmaier, Fouts and Pavelka into Hall of Fame

The Nebraska Broadcasters Association will welcome Steve Altmaier, Ken Fouts and Kent Pavelka into the NBA Hall of Fame on August 13th in La Vista, during the 85th Annual NBA Convention. These inductees will be the respective 103rd, 104th and 10... Read More

Restraint use prevents serious injury in Friday afternoon rollover

Seat belt use is credited with helping prevent serious injuries to a teen driver in a one-vehicle rollover accident in Scottsbluff Friday afternoon. Scottsbluff Police and Fire responded to the scene  around 3:30 p.m. just north of the North Plat... Read More

Cattle stock dog demo is Sunday in Kearney

CURTIS, Neb. – Stock dogs and their owners from southwestern Nebraska will provide a public demonstration of cattle handling savvy on Sunday in Kearney. The Outback Stock Dog Association and Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture Stock Dog Te... Read More

WNCC Hosting Performing Arts Auditions

There has never be a more exciting time to join a Western Nebraska Community College Performing Arts program. With the Scottsbluff Campus renovation, which includes the Platte Valley Companies Performing Arts Center and Judy Chaloupka Theater, o... Read More News: February 15, 2019

Today on News: Sen. Tom Briese says he plans to eliminate excise tax on craft breweries, wineries and distilleries in his property tax bill, will change to an at-the-register sales tax Planning for this year's Tour de Nebraska- which ... Read More