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Challenging times ahead for younger producers

"We've had a fantastic super cycle in agriculture for about the last 6 or 7 years years, and now we are going into a bit of a period of the dull drums."

Legislative Debate Grinds Down to a Slow Crawl

'Lion of the Legislature' bears his teeth, clamps onto LB-88

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BMS Principal Andrew Dick to move to SHS

A press release sent out this morning announces some shifting in roles at Scottsbluff High School.

2015 Sugar Valley Rally "newbie" class scheduled Saturday

Rally School for the 2015 Sugar Valley Rally will be held this Saturday at Cozad’s Garage in Gering.

DIA bans sale of marijuana-themed souvenirs

Denver International Airport visitors will have to leave the airport before picking up marijuana-themed souvenirs.

Dean Gorsuch shares winnings with EWC

A World Champion steer wrestler made his way back to his alma mater today for a special gift.

NSP reminds public to designate a driver as Super Bowl weekend approaches

Super Bowl XLIX between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks is just days away and the Nebraska State Patrol wants to remind the public to act and drink responsibly.

WNAC accepting submissions for annual photography exhibit

Photographers in KOTA Territory have an opportunity to showcase their best work.

Nebraska Courts Face Access Challenges

Courts, probation offices are pressured by more self-represented defendants, fewer rural attorneys, more interpreter requests.

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Viaero tower collapses early this afternoon

Two crewman were working on the antenna and were transported to Regional West

Western Sugar Cooperative giving away bad beets

The company has already discarded 10,000 tons of rotten sugar beets

Warmer weather means outdoor dangers

Icy ponds and lakes are extremely dangerous now that the weather is warming up and ice is weaker.

Counterfeit bills circulating panhandle

Sargent Lance Kite says the Scottsbluff Police Department has taken two complaints of counterfeit hundred dollar bills from two local businesses.

Federal judge won't delay Nebraska gay marriage lawsuit

Judge Bataillon says the state didn't show the delay was neccessary

Chamber recognizes three business leaders

A general manager, teacher, and physician were awarded for their work

Challenging times ahead for younger producers

Marriage license

Legislative Debate Grinds Down to a Slow Crawl

BMS Principal Andrew Dick to move to SHS

2015 Sugar Valley Rally "newbie" class...

DIA bans sale of marijuana-themed souvenirs

Dean Gorsuch shares winnings with EWC

NSP reminds public to designate a driver as...

WNAC accepting submissions for annual...

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Nebraska Courts Face Access Challenges

Viaero tower collapses early this afternoon

Western Sugar Cooperative giving away bad beets

Warmer weather means outdoor dangers

Counterfeit bills circulating panhandle

Federal judge won't delay Nebraska gay marriage...

Chamber recognizes three business leaders


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