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Johanns commends Heineman for term in office

One U.S. Senator is expressing his gratitude for all that governor Heineman has done during his time in office.

Operation Christmas Child still collecting items

One local group is continuing to collect items that will end up in the hands of needy children all around the world, just in time for Christmas.

Community comes out to help harvest late Broadwater man's corn

A Nebraska farmer who died before he could complete his final harvest has received some help from his friends.

Zoo mourns loss of recently born zebra

The Riverside Discovery Center Zoo is mourning the loss of a zebra foal born earlier this year. 

New restaurant has unofficial opening

"Grace" offering breakfast, lunch and baked goods

Computer experts seeing debilitating virus attacking PC's

A debilitating computer virus that holds your computer data ransom is hitting the panhandle. 

New UNL-Extension staff member hopes to educate community about healthy eating choices

More than 46 million Americans receive financial assistance for groceries through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Now, one woman is on a mission to better educate Nebraskans on…

Public meetings for future of VA continue

The future of the VA health care system is a continuing concern for many around KOTA territory.

Legacy of the Plains searching for new director

With the recent resignation of the executive director, Legacy of the Plains Museum is on the search for someone new.

21st Century Equipment to acquire Frank Implement dealerships

21st Century Equipment and Frank Implement Company have jointly announced the acquisition of Frank Implement Company’s John Deere dealerships by 21st Century Equipment LLC.  This transaction is…

Goshen County murder trial delayed

The murder trial of a former Torrington man accused of killing his father has been delayed.

National Bullying Awareness Week is nothing new to one local school

Gering High School educates students about bullying year round

CFD announces most of night acts for 2015

 Aerosmith, Alabama, Toby Keith and Keith Urban are among the night acts signed to play next summer at Cheyenne Frontier Days.

TCD plans for future economic development

Twin Cities Development held a membership meeting this afternoon to discuss 2015 plans

Torrington EMS utilizing new cardiac equipment

Emergency medical services in Torrington now have better tools to help them in saving lives.

Johanns commends Heineman for term in office

Operation Christmas Child still collecting items

Community comes out to help harvest late...

Zoo mourns loss of recently born zebra

New restaurant has unofficial opening

Computer experts seeing debilitating virus...

New UNL-Extension staff member hopes to educate...

Public meetings for future of VA continue

Legacy of the Plains searching for new director

21st Century Equipment to acquire Frank...

Goshen County murder trial delayed

National Bullying Awareness Week is nothing new...

CFD announces most of night acts for 2015

TCD plans for future economic development

Torrington EMS utilizing new cardiac equipment


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