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Nebraska State Troopers Partner with Regional West Foundation to Provide Infant Car Seats

A tiny baby born at Regional West Medical Center gets to go home in a new car seat, specially designed for infants that weigh less than five pounds, courtesy of the State Troopers Association of Nebra... Read More News: September 13, 2019

Today on News:   Students at Gering Public Schools are growing some of their own food this year, thanks to hydroponic units provided in a partnership between the school district and food service company Taher Scottsbluff Freshman Ka... Read More

SHS Senior Katherine Reisig named National Merit Semifinalist

Scottsbluff High School is proud to announce that Katherine Reisig has been selected as a semi-finalist in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Last spring, Katherine ,  the daughter of Scott and Jennifer Reisig, attained a pe... Read More

Torrington Mayor picked to fill vacant seat on EWC Board of Trustees

Torrington Mayor Randy Adams has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the Board of Trustees for Eastern Wyoming College, filling the seat opened up by the resignation of Mary Fisher. Adams has lived in the community for nearly 50 years, taught and ... Read More

(Video) Nebraska looks to get back on track - Weekly HuskerChat (NE vs NIU)

Nebraska had a big lead going into the half vs Colorado last week. The Huskers were unable to hang-on, falling to the Buffs 31-34. Scott Frost looks to get the team back on track as they face-off against the Northern Illinois Huskies Saturday in M... Read More

SHS Freshman Kaden Carlson named PVC Star Student of the Week

Scottsbluff High School Freshman Kaden Carlson has been nominated and selected as the Platte Valley Companies Star Student of the Week. Earlier this year, Kaden found money in the hallway. Rather than keeping the cash, he turned it in to the f... Read More

FFA Announces Record Student Membership

The National FFA Organization announced this week a record-high student membership of 700,170, up from nearly 670,000 in 2018. National FFA Organization CEO Mark Poeschl  says the membership growth “reflects continued enthusiasm for agriculture as... Read More

Grow stations help Gering students learn, add produce to school food program

The Farm-to-Table movement has arrived inside the Gering School District with the introduction of new hydroponic growing units at the high school, junior high and every elementary school. A large unit with LED grow lights from Fork Farms of Wiscon... Read More

Pathfinder Irrigation District Announces Canal Shutdown Dates

The Pathfinder Irrigation District will begin shutting down the Interstate Canal system next Friday, September 20th, with flows into the canal terminating on September 21st. A release from District Manager Dennis Strauch says deliveries from the M... Read More

Husker Harvest Days Video Review

Thursday Spotlights: School is back in session for students at University of Nebraska-NCTA! Those students have been hard at work around #HHD19 this week. Take a look at the report below to learn more about the hands-on education! ... Read More

Excellence in wellness programs highlighted during Safety & Wellness Conf.

Businesses, organizations and individuals committed to safety and wellness were honored Thursday at the Gering Civic Center during the annual Panhandle Safety and Wellness Conference and Awards. The Nebraska Safety Council honored Panhandle Co-op ... Read More