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Friday Feeders: Olsen Ranches carries on traditions started in 1885

This week's Friday Feeders is brought to you by FNBO the great big, small bank. Olsen Ranches has its roots in Banner County with a diversified operation, growing crops and raising cattle. Douglas O... Read More

Gering Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Incapacitated Victim

A 39-year-old Gering man faces several charges for a series of alleged sexual assaults on a victim who would occasionally become incapacitated when taking prescription medication. Daniel Luke Keener has been charged with felonies first degree sexu... Read More

Online Forum Dec. 9th to Explore 2020’s Impact on Behavioral Health Policy and Care

The Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska (BHECN) will host a free forum via Zoom on Dec. 9 featuring experts in public policy, rural health and behavioral health. The forum begins at noon and is expected to last 90 minutes. The 2020 Nebr... Read More

Huskers Fold Down The Stretch

Lincoln - Nebraska rallied to take a 10-point lead midway through the second half, but a Grant Sherfield three-pointer with 7.1 seconds left gave Nevada a 69-66 win over the Huskers in the Golden Window Classic on Thanksgiving Day at Pinnacle Bank Ar... Read More

1,000+ Served by Thanksgiving in the Valley Volunteers

The look and feel may have been different this year, but the need and desire to serve was no less during this year's Thanksgiving in the Valley. Organizers say more than 1,000 meals were served during this year's event, more than 600 of them by th... Read More

1,185 Nebraska Passport Participants Visit All 70 Stops

A record breaking number of people made it to all 70 stops in the 2020 Nebraska Passport Program. This year, the program had 1,185 Passport Champions, versus 914 in 2019. The Passport inspires Nebraskans and tourists to travel throughout the state c... Read More

Nebraska Strong Recovery Project Finds Creative Ways to Help Amid Pandemic

An effort known for helping Nebraskans struggling to recover from last year’s flooding has new funds to deal with a different kind of disaster: COVID-19.  The Nebraska Strong Recovery Project, funded in 2020 with $6.7 million in new federal grant... Read More News: November 25, 2020

Today on News: Two Panhandle educators and two from Eastern Nebraska named finalists for Gering Superintendent position  Rep. Adrian Smith honors Midwest Theater Executive Director Billy Estes Operators of Lucky Keno look to sell... Read More

Fontanelle Final Bell Wednesday with Arlan Suderman of Stone X

Arlan Suderman, Chief Economist for Stone X, joins the Fontanelle Final Bell on Wednesday. Being the last full trading day of the week with no markets on Thursday and a half day Friday traders looked to take profit in the grain markets. As Suderman e... Read More

AUDIO: Market commentary with daily brokers

Summary The market coming back from Thanksgiving is mixed, but near record highs for the equities. Traders right now are trying to decide between the looming economic impact of lockdowns across the globe and hopes of a vaccine that could roll out ... Read More

Scottsbluff Police Investigating Suspicious Death in Downtown Area

Scottsbluff Police are investigating the death of an individual found in a downtown apartment following the service of a search warrant Wednesday. Chief Kevin Spencer says investigators had been inside one of the ap... Read More