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WNRA Selects SkyWest/United For Three Year Contract

The Western Nebraska Regional Airport Authority board Wednesday selected SkyWest/United as their choice to continue the Essential Air Service contract for flights between Scottsbluff and Denver. Airport Manager Raul Aguallo told KNEB News that Sky... Read More

Probation search leads to sizable meth bust in Scottsbluff

A 48-year-old Scottsbluff man could be facing a minimum of 20 years in prison after getting caught with more than 12 grams of methamphetamine. Court documents say that Vincent Throckmorton was at a home where a probation search was being conducted... Read More

Watchdog Warns of 'Alarming' Conditions in Nebraska Prison

A Nebraska prisons watchdog has issued a warning about ``alarming'' conditions driven by staffing shortages and record overtime at the Nebraska State Penitentiary in Lincoln. Doug Koebernick, the inspector general for corrections, issued the repor... Read More

Some User Fees to Rise Slightly Under 2019-2020 Gering Budget

For the first time in at least three years, Gering residents would see very modest increases in certain fees under the budget that will go before the public in a hearing September 9th. Tuesday afternoon, department heads met with the city council,... Read More

Powerful thunderstorm ravages Scotts Bluff County and beyond

Residents of Scotts Bluff and surrounding counties waking up to yet another round of damage this morning, as severe weather arrived late last evening ripped into the area around 10 o'clock. (Murphy/KNEB/RRN) As the storm surged east into the S... Read More News: August 20, 2019

Today on News: The Historic Midwest Theater's signature marquee falls victim to latest round of hail storms Scotts Bluff County addresses nine years worth of franchise fees Allo paid to county rather than cities City of Scottsbluf... Read More

Public invited to fall listening sessions on university president search

Members of the NU community and public are encouraged to attend a series of listening sessions in early September to share their input on the search for the next president of the University of Nebraska. The listening sessions, which will take place ... Read More

GHS Bond Refinance to Save District Taxpayers Millions

The Gering School Board Monday night unanimously approved refinancing of the 2017 bond that was used for the renovation of the High School that's getting close to full completion. Superintendent Bob Hastings tells KNEB News staff and financial adv... Read More

Bluffs man pleads guilty to meth charge; October sentencing date set

A 43-year-old Scottsbluff man will not stand trial after getting caught with more than 13 grams of methamphetamine in his vehicle earlier this year. Scott Biery was pulled over in January for a traffic violation on Highway 71, and troopers ultimat... Read More

Allo Communications Asks for County's Help Fixing Franchise Fee Snafu

Allo Communications officials appeared before the Scotts Bluff County Commissioners Monday night, asking for their assistance to make corrections to franchise fees that were due to local cities but instead were sent to the county for more than 9 year... Read More

Scottsbluff City Council Works Way Through Busy Agenda

The Scottsbluff City Council Monday evening tackled a full agenda as they heard and considered a variety of items. The council approved adding two officers to the Scottsbluff Police Department in anticipation of an agreement between the city and W... Read More

Irrigation districts draw closer to tackling second tunnel collapse

The question on many farmers minds is when will the Ft. Laramie Canal be repaired? It’s a question Rick Preston, district manager of Gering-Ft. Laramie District gets at least ten times a day. "It's still a question no one, yet knows the answer t... Read More

70–year-old Bluffs man airlifted following Monday morning accident

The Scotts Bluff County Sheriff‘s Department continues to investigate a two vehicle Monday morning accident north of Scottsbluff. Around 10:13  a.m., first responders were dispatched to a two vehicle accident near Sugar Factory Road and Lake Mi... Read More News: August 19, 2019

Today on News: Local roofing companies keeping busy after devastating hail storm late last week Scottsbluff man charged following high speed rollover early Saturday morning north of town Monday morning accident at Sugar Factory Roa... Read More