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Lockdown at Chadron State College lifted

Police arrested a 16-year-old male, who was inside a stolen vehicle. 

Police lights file

United Way of Western Nebraska hoping to meet annual goal

One local organization that relies heavily on donations from the public needs more help.

High Plains Ag Lab Farm Manager Tom Nightingale retiring

The High Plains Ag Lab north of Sidney, operated by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, will be 45 years old this year.

Riverside Discovery Center still open during chilly weather

Officials at the Riverside Discovery Center want to remind the public that the zoo is still open despite the colder temps.

"Name a Roach" back for Valentine's Day

Haven't decided what to get your valentine for the big day? How about a cockroach?

Girl Scouts to begin selling cookies Feb. 6

Panhandle Membership Specialist says cookie sales are vital for the organization

DOVES offering new form of support

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced some form of domestic violence.

Motion seeks hold on Nebraska gay marriage ban lawsuit

The Nebraska's Attorney General's Office has filed a motion to put a federal lawsuit challenging Nebraska's gay marriage ban on hold pending a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Scotts Bluff County prohibits wildlife trapping

Locals will no longer be able to trap on County road right-of-ways

Mitchell man severely bitten by dogs

An elderly Mitchell man was taken by ambulance to a local hospital after being severely bitten by dogs yesterday afternoon.

Skelton: "Still trying to process" DOT denial of ADI air service

Skelton says the airport hasn’t quite had enough time to process the news, and he isn’t sure what the next step is yet.

ADI Failure to Launch

Governor Ricketts visits panhandle, discusses budget, taxes

Governor Pete Ricketts and members of his administration made several airport stops around the panhandle Friday, just one day after delivering his first State of the State address.

Gering man facing felony charges

Case has been bound over to District Court

Still time to participate in 2015 Polar Plunge

Scotts Bluff County Sheriff Mark Overman says there’s still plenty of time before the February 22nd event for people to sign up or donate.

Nebraska, Wyoming driving laws rated among worst in nation

National advocacy group releases findings

Police lights file

Lockdown at Chadron State College lifted

United Way of Western Nebraska hoping to meet...

High Plains Ag Lab Farm Manager Tom Nightingale...

Riverside Discovery Center still open during...

"Name a Roach" back for Valentine's Day

Girl Scouts to begin selling cookies Feb. 6

DOVES offering new form of support

Motion seeks hold on Nebraska gay marriage ban...

Scotts Bluff County prohibits wildlife trapping

Mitchell man severely bitten by dogs

ADI Failure to Launch

Skelton: "Still trying to process" DOT denial...

Governor Ricketts visits panhandle, discusses...

Gering man facing felony charges

Still time to participate in 2015 Polar Plunge

Nebraska, Wyoming driving laws rated among...


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