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Box Butte General Hospital launches new logo

The new building under construction at the Box Butte General Hospital isn't the only thing changing the face of the hospital.

Students celebrate Nebraska's birthday through creative projects

Models, scripts and brochures filled Mrs. Amundsen's 4th grade classroom

Polar Plunge more than doubles last years earnings

24 teams ran straight into the 40 degree North Platte River

Musical boy choir making a resurgence in the panhandle

The Fortis Boys Choir is taking shape under the direction of founder Larry Cooper, who himself was involved in a boys choir nearly 4 decades ago.

GVFD sees highest number of fire calls on record in 2014

Gering Volunteer Fire Chief Jay Templar says firefighters responded to a total of 635 fire calls in 2014, a record high for the department.

RWMC, SBCHD offering free colon cancer screens in March

Regional West Community Health in partnership with the Scotts Bluff County Health Department will be giving away free colon cancer screening kits during the month of March.

NSP enforcement checkpoints planned this weekend

The intent of the enforcement is to increase voluntary compliance with the rules of the road, which in turn will make the highways safer for everyone.

Chambers Charges Forward on Mountain Lion Bill

Ernie Chambers warns legislators he's serious about his bill to end mountain lion hunting in NE

Mountain lion safety

Family of Juliette Guerts feeling closure

Over six years after the death of Juliette Guerts, her family finally has the closure they thought would never come.

A local church holds same sex marriage discussion

First Baptist Church held a round table discussion to talk about the possible impacts

Nebraska Attorney General makes his way to the Panhandle

Doug Peterson spoke with law enforcement about the impact of Colorado weed

United Way exceeds $370,000 goal

It was no easy task, but the United Way of Western Nebraska exceeded their $370,000 goal.

Frakes Affirmed as New Corrections Leader

Scott Frakes is officially takes the reins of the Department of Corrections

Scott Frakes

Some Wyoming teachers skeptical of House Bill 114

Teachers in Wyoming are keeping a close eye on the legislature, as a few proposed bills may affect them.

Shooting range coming to the Panhandle

Wildcat Hills Nature Center will soon be home to a Heritage Shooting Park

Box Butte General Hospital launches new logo

Students celebrate Nebraska's birthday through...

Polar Plunge more than doubles last years earnings

Musical boy choir making a resurgence in the...

GVFD sees highest number of fire calls on...

RWMC, SBCHD offering free colon cancer screens...

NSP enforcement checkpoints planned this weekend

Mountain lion safety

Chambers Charges Forward on Mountain Lion Bill

Family of Juliette Guerts feeling closure

A local church holds same sex marriage discussion

Nebraska Attorney General makes his way to the...

United Way exceeds $370,000 goal

Scott Frakes

Frakes Affirmed as New Corrections Leader

Some Wyoming teachers skeptical of House Bill 114

Shooting range coming to the Panhandle

1 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.

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