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AUDIO: Market Commentary with Daily Brokers

Summary Risk off was the word of the day for the commodities and entire market complex on Wednesday. Equities started the selling in the overnight trade following comments from President Trump in a... Read More

EPA Announces New Tool for Soybean Growers to Combat Weeds

 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the registration of the use of isoxaflutole on genetically engineered soybeans, providing soybean farmers with a new tool they can use to control weeds that have become resistant to many othe... Read More

Panhandle Cities Express Support of Directed Health Measures Issued by State

With the new Directed Health Measures issued by the state, communities across the Panhandle are aligning their operations to fit within the restrictions, and urging residents to do their part to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Officials ... Read More

City of Alliance Says Carhenge to Remain Open

The City of Alliance has announced that Carhenge will remain open to the public and visitors are allowed to walk around the monument.  City leaders ask that all visitors please  practice social distancing guidelines for everyone's safety. T... Read More

Gering Council Rejects Initial County Offer on Past Allo Franchise Fees

The City of Gering has rejected a settlement offer from Scotts Bluff County over ALLO Communications franchise fees paid in error to the county instead of the city. On a unanimous 7 - 0 vote Tuesday, the Gering City Council decided to join the Cit... Read More

March Mid-America Business Confidence Falls to Record Low

A survey of supply managers in a nine-state region of the Midwest and Plains is showing more signs of the coronavirus pandemic's disruptive economic impact. A report released Wednesday says the Mid-American Business Conditions index sank in March ... Read More

Prisoner escapee charged in Custer County Court

  A man apprehended after fleeing custody in Broken Bow Monday has been charged in Custer County Court. Juan Colombe, a 27-year-old man from Valentine faces charges of 1st Degree Assault, Escape and Robbery. No arraignment date was immediatel... Read More

90 MPH Pursuit North of Bluffs Ends at RWMC

A high speed pursuit midday Tuesday turned into a foot chase outside Regional West in Scottsbluff. ​Chief Deputy Troy Brown says at 12:08 p.m. the Communication Center received a complaint of a red Ford sedan traveling high rate of speed with a... Read More

COVID-19 Death in Buffalo County

Holdrege- It is with deep sadness that Two Rivers Public Health Department is announcing the death of one of our fellow Nebraskans, a man in his 90s. The death is related to COVID-19. “We send our condolences to the family of this individual,&am... Read More

Two Additional COVID-19 Cases in Scotts Bluff County

The Scotts Bluff County Health Department confirmed two people residing in Scotts Bluff County, presumed positive yesterday, are confirmed positive for COVID-19. A female in her 50s and a male in his 70s are close contacts to the first positive case ... Read More News: March 31, 2020

Today on News: Gov. Pete Ricketts orders a Directed Health Measure for the entire Panhandle First two cases of COVID-19 appear in Scotts Bluff and Kimball Counties Charges Dismissed against Gering man from November shooting inciden... Read More