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High School Football Scores

Thursday (09/17/2020) Brady 60, Maywood-Hayes Center 18 Columbus 55, Lincoln Northeast 7 Millard North 46, Lincoln East 41 Sandhills Valley 20, South Loup 8 St. Mary's 82, Niobrara/Verdigre 28 ... Read More

Farmer who is ‘lucky to be alive’ takes time for safety

David Endorf was distracted when he backed up his ATV over the edge of a dry creek. The Nebraska farmer dropped seven feet, hitting his head, shoulder and hip. His leg was pinned beneath the overturned four-wheeler, and he had no way to get it off or... Read More

Sept. 17, 2020

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney/Lisco – 4.35 (+0.13) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport – 4.35 (+0.13) Crossroads Co-op/Gering/Lyman – 4.35 (+0.13) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford – 4.37 (+0.07) New Alliance / Alliance – 4.37 (+0.07) Fr... Read More

AUDIO: Market Commentary with Daily Brokers

Summary We have once again made it to Friday. Unlike last week this trading week had all 5 days and for the grains the bull has used almost all them. Outside markets are rocky as the election concerns, FED statements and a lack of economic stimulu... Read More

AUDIO: Thursday Fontanelle Final Bell With Kyle Bumsted of Allendale Inc.

Thursday brought about another strong day of gains in the grain market. Soybeans continue to hold well over the $10 mark. Looking at a continuous chart that puts soybeans back towards highs not seen since early 2018 before the US China trade war kick... Read More

Veterans' Day Parade in Scottsbluff Cancelled for 2020

Representatives of the Veterans' of Foreign Wars Post 1681 in Gering say they've made the decision to cancel the Veterans' Day Parade this November in Scottsbluff due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a release from Post Commander Tom Arends, the organ... Read More

House expected to pass Peterson led SRE provisions

The House Committee on Energy and Commerce this week released legislation containing provisions to provide transparency into the Environmental Protection Agency’s granting of small refinery exemptions. The provisions stem from legislation by Hou... Read More

Corn, featured crop at Legacy of the Plains Museum Harvest Festival

The corn and potatoes are ready for picking at this year's 24th annual Legacy of the Plains Museum Harvest Festival to be held Sept. 19-20, outside of Gering.  The museum's highlighted crop is corn, and the festival will feature many pieces of ha... Read More

Wyoming Health Authorities Announce 2nd Goshen Co. COVID-Related Death

A Goshen County resident who tested COVID positive and was being treated in another state has been added to Wyoming’s count of coronavirus-related deaths. The Wyoming Department of Health says the older man died earlier this month after being ho... Read More

Summer gardening competition brings Nebraska students together virtually through common interest, learning

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s The Biggest Grower Competition brought Nebraska high school students together virtually with a new, experiential learning gardening opportunity amid a summer of COVID-19 shutdowns. The university’s Depart... Read More

Appointment of New Kimball City Administrator Rejected by Council

The City of Kimball will have to reset the search for a new City Administrator after the City Council this week voted 3 to 1 against Mayor Keith Prunty's selection of City Treasurer Annette Brower to fill the post. During council consideration of ... Read More