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A virus carried by mosquitoes in South America has reached Nebraska.
Bluffs Middle School student Jamie Chen earned a trip to Omaha on Saturday after winning the seventh and eighth-grade category in this year’s Scotts Bluff County Spelling Bee.
There’s a reason why dogs are man’s best friend. Those furry companions who cuddle up with you on the couch, will never say no to playing fetch and they can even help treat clinical depression. So it’s with a heavy heart when the valued family member passes away. But in some cases, the death of the family pet can be so abrupt that it can shake the very home it spread so much joy in.
According to a transcript from the Nebraska Professional Practices Commission, Ramona Hourt took pictures of students’ computer screens during testing, discussed with students their answers, provided answers to students and arranged places where students could discuss test questions.
Saturday, fifth through eighth grade students will put their spelling skills to the test in the annual Scotts Bluff County Spelling Bee.
A 48-year-old Morrill woman faces charges after she allegedly assaulted officers responding to a disturbance Tuesday.
The Chadron Police Department announces three arrests as the result of drug investigation that began with a traffic stop.
CHADRON, Neb. (AP) — A plea deal has been reached for a Tennessee man accused of sexually assaulting a student at Chadron State College in northwest Nebraska in 2014.
Nebraska lawmakers voted 34-14 on Friday morning to pass LB 176 to end the ban on packers owning hogs.
Phillip Mitchell has big plans for the Panhandle, especially for locally grown corn and sugar beets. Rather than just molasses or corn ethanol, Mitchell hopes to produce up to 10,000 gallons of whiskey, rum and vodka a year in his proposed micro-distillery.
The sounds of feet tapping and songs from popular Broadway shows like “Beauty and the Beast” and “Nine to Five” will be heard coming from WNCC’s Little Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 6 for the 16th annual fundraiser “Broadway In The Bluffs.”
A fundraiser is being held next week for a Western Nebraska Community College professor, Amy Winters, who has been battling with breast cancer for 11 years. The event is being held Feb. 12 at the Weborg 21 Centre in Gering from 5 p.m. to midnight.
Box Butte County is looking for vendors for its upcoming health fair.
A Scotts Bluff County District Court jury has acquitted a former Gering businessman of charges that he conspired with his father and an employee to profit by illegally selling materials from the business.
Riley Lang and Kaytlin Wolfe, seniors at Scottsbluff High School, are working on a project to heighten the awareness of NEXT Young Professionals.
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