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Scottsbluff Council OKs tattoo parlor zoning change

Scottsbluff Council OKs tattoo parlor zoning change

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IRENE NORTH Staff Reporter

Testimony: Act key to helping freight move FAST across the country

Testimony: Act key to helping freight move FAST…

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Economic development and keeping products moving cross country were among the discussions during a hearing in Scottsbluff Monday.

Tourism officials defend industry in wake of critical report

Tourism officials defend industry in wake of cr…

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A report highly critical of the Nebraska Tourism Commission by State Auditor Charlie Janssen, who called the tourism office “a rogue agency,” led to a disheartening beginning to National Tourism Week, local tourism officials say. But festivities planned for the week will continue.

Property taxes a key issue for District 47 Legislative candidates

Property taxes a key issue for District 47 Legi…

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Senator Ken Schilz served his last term representing District 47 during the recent Legislative session. Because of term limits, a new senator will serve in the post in the Nebraska Legislature next year.

Gering golfers win team title in Chadron; Scott…

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CHADRON — The Gering boys golf team captured the championship of the Chadron Invitational on Monday in Chadron.

Scottsbluff's Walker shines at Best in the West

Scottsbluff's Walker shines at Best in the West

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Scottsbluff’s Chesney Walker and Potter-Dix’s Alexus Rozelle each won two individual events in a Best of the West Track Classic that featured some outstanding finishes on Monday in Scottsbluff.

Mitchell’s Gilliland named top male athlete after capturing 3 first-place finishes at Best in the West

Mitchell’s Gilliland named top male athlete aft…

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Drew Gilliland knows his remarkable athletic career at Mitchell High School is quickly coming to a close.

Gering boys fall to Lexington in district semifinals

Gering boys fall to Lexington in district semifinals

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A pair of goals late in the first half lifted the Lexington boys soccer team to a 2-0 win over Gering in the semifinals of the Class B, District 8 Tournament on Monday afternoon at the Landers Memorial Soccer Complex in Scottsbluff.

VFW Auxiliary to honor veterans during basket p…

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VFW Auxiliary will honor veterans at a May basket party on May 3 at the veteran’s home.

OTCF board donates $5,000 for Cleveland Field R…

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The familiar phrase, “Let’s Play Ball!” will continue to resonate through Cleveland Field’s WESTCO Twin Cities Baseball organization, with the help of the Oregon Trail Community Foundation. The OTCF Board of Directors recently granted $5,000 for the restoration of portions of the historic field.

Seeking local volunteers to help plan 2016 ball…

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The Old West Balloon Fest Executive team is seeking volunteers to help plan this year’s event. They will be having their first community meeting on Monday, May 16 at 6 a.m. at the Monument Grill in Gering. They on placing all volunteers into groups to begin preparation for Labor Day Weekend 2016.

WNCC to Launch 90th Anniversary on May 4

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Western Nebraska Community College celebrates the launch of the College’s 90th Anniversary May 4 at 5 p.m. on the front lawn of the Scottsbluff Campus. The launch coincides with the annual End of the Year BBQ at WNCC. A short program begins at approximately 5:30 p.m. where the 90th Anniversary logo will be unveiled and the Scottsbluff/Gering United Chamber of Commerce will present a certificate.

Photo Galleries

  • Louie Farro

    Louie Farro

    Louie Farro, 71, of Scottsbluff, died Tuesday, April 12, 2016, at his home. A memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, May 7 at Chuck Wagon Church in Scottsbluff with Pastor Al Wilson officiating. There will be no visitation as cremation has taken place in accordance with Louie’s wishes. Military funeral honors will be provided by the United States Navy. Cards may be sent to #1 Erin Lane, Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Online condolences may be made by visiting www.jolliffefuneralhome.com.

  • Dorothy LaDeaux

    Dorothy LaDeaux, 81, from Mandeerson, South Dakota, died on Thursday, April 28, in Scottsbluff. Services are pending with Chuck Wagon Church in Scottsbluff.

  • UNL offers 3,500 scholarships

    The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has offered nearly 3,500 scholarships as of March 21 to the 2016 high school graduating class from Nebraska high schools. The total potential value of the scholarships is about $33.7 million.

  • Mitchell Area Foundation scholarship winners for 2015-2016

    The Mitchell Area Foundation announced scholarship winners for 2016. Three scholarships were awarded to Mitchell High School graduates, and one to a Sioux County High School graduate.

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