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NG&P commissioners looking to change 2015 fishing regulations

Commissioners will consider amendments to sport fishing, bait collecting and dealers, and aquatic invasive species regulations.

Changes made to 2015 fishing regulations

The Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners met in Scottsbluff this morning

Scotts Bluff County Airport Authority accepts bid

Now the Authority awaits final approval from the DOT.

Gering man charged for assaulting pregnant wife

John R. Rodgers, 37, of Gering is charged with third degree domestic assault of a pregnant woman, a Class IV Felony.

Volunteers are ready for a community campaign

Locals got a break from work today, to get started on a new campaign

Today kicks off Red Ribbon Week

This week people across the nation will be wearing red ribbon to prevent underage alcohol and drug use

Spooktacular opens tonight

Spooktacular opens at 6:30 tonight, and will run nightly through Monday.
Admission is $6.50 per person.

One New York designer visits Alliance

A jewelry store in Alliance is hosting a special guest all the way from New York.

Nearly $80K spent to promote minimum wage increase

The proposal would gradually increase Nebraska's minimum wage from the federal minimum of $7.25 an hour to $9 an hour by 2016.

Kimball students create 'lipdub' video

A group of kids in the southern panhandle has major love for their school, and they’re not afraid to show it.

Same-sex marriages now allowed and recognized in Wyoming for first time

Wyoming Attorney General Peter Michael says the state notified a federal court at 10 a.m. Tuesday that it won't appeal last Friday's ruling that struck down the state's ban on gay marriage.

Spreading the word on the big Scottsbluff High School bond issue continues

A $29 million dollar bond measure for improvements to Scottsbluff High School will be decided by voters two weeks from today.

The City of Scottsbluff is working on ways to reduce its carbon footprint

During Monday night's City Council meeting, a variety of ways to reduce waste and improve recycling methods in town.

Lincoln tailgating spot bans alcohol

A popular Nebraska football tailgating spot has permanently banned alcohol after a violent incident that ended with 13 arrests and sent a police officer to the hospital. 

NG&P commissioners looking to change 2015...

Changes made to 2015 fishing regulations

Scotts Bluff County Airport Authority accepts bid

Gering man charged for assaulting pregnant wife

Scottsbluff man sentenced to 30-40 years for...

Volunteers are ready for a community campaign

Today kicks off Red Ribbon Week

Spooktacular opens tonight

One New York designer visits Alliance

Nearly $80K spent to promote minimum wage increase

Kimball students create 'lipdub' video

Same-sex marriages now allowed and recognized...

Spreading the word on the big Scottsbluff High...

The City of Scottsbluff is working on ways to...

Lincoln tailgating spot bans alcohol

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