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Gering Man Arrested for Assault in Monday Night Gering Shooting

A 67-year-old Gering man has been arrested for 2nd Degree Assault in connection with a Monday night shooting at a Gering residence. In a release, Gering Police Captain Jason Rogers says following i... Read More News: November 11, 2019

Today on News: Lots of Veterans Day celebrations here in the Valley- including annual parade in Scottsbluff and the Chicano/ Mexican American Military Service Memorial Dedication at the Guadalupe Center Authorities investigating fatal... Read More

Officials investigating death of woman following motor vehicle accident

Scotts Bluff County authorities are investigating the death of a 59-year-old woman following an auto accident that left her vehicle in a deep ravine about 3 miles east of Lyman. Sheriff Mark Overman says his office received a report around 9 a.m. ... Read More

Authorities Investigating Fatal Accident Near Lyman

The Nebraska State Patrol,  Scotts Bluff County Sheriff's Department, Nebraska Parks Service are among law enforcement that are on scene of a one vehicle accident east of Lyman that ended with the death of one person. Sheriff Mark Overman says it... Read More

Memorial to Honor Chicano/ Mexican American Soldiers Unveiled in Scottsbluff

A memorial dedication ceremony was held today at the Guadalupe Center in Scottsbluff to honor a select group of veterans who served our country. The Chicano/ Mexican- American Military Service Memorial Dedication was spearheaded by the Scottsbluff... Read More

Early Arrival of Influenza Leading to Accelerated Vaccination Campaign

If you're in a higher risk category for contracting influenza, your doctor will be strongly encouraging you to get a flu shot now as opposed to waiting. In a Department of Health and Human Services Health Alert Network advisory issued last week to... Read More

New social studies standards adopted for Nebraska students

The Nebraska State Board of Education has approved new social studies standards aimed at encouraging students to look at history from multiple perspectives, including those of religious, racial and ethnic groups, women, LGBTQ people and Native Americ... Read More

New look for NCTA Discovery Day November 18

CURTIS, Neb. – A parent-student visitation event at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture brings a new format to the Aggie “Discovery Day” on Monday, Nov. 18th. Sessions begin at 9 a.m., for an overview of four divisions - agribusiness... Read More

Air Force Airmen Help Fight Dix House Fire

Two U.S. Air Force airmen helped a family as their house burned in western Nebraska. The airmen from F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne saw the fire near Dix while on duty Thursday.Kimball County sheriff's officials say the airmen alerted a ne... Read More

Union Pacific Foundation awards $10,000 grant to United Way of Western Nebraska

United Way of Western Nebraska is pleased to announce the recent award of a very generous $10,000 Local Needs grant from the Union Pacific Foundation. The Union Pacific Foundation’s mission is to improve the quality of life in the community’s ... Read More

NDCS partner program reaches milestone in training pups

A local program that partners with the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services is celebrating a major milestone. For 15 years, Second Chance Pups has been working with trainers from the Nebraska State Penitentiary (NSP), to prepare dogs for adop... Read More