CHADRON — A plan that could have resulted in the closure of the Pine Ridge Job Corps Center in Chadron has been scrapped by the federal government.
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A new line of beverages containing “active hemp extract” debuts in stores this week, which may push the FDA closer to establishing a regulatory framework.
The State Troopers Association of Nebraska, Inc. has announced a T-shirt fundraiser for the family of Trooper Jerry Smith has been set up. The…
A project to reopen the long-since closed Harry’s Truck Stop in Minatare is still moving forward despite a number of delays.
There were three businesses on the property: a gas station and convenience store, a restaurant and a motel. The Skinners are planning to eventually get all of them operating again, starting with the gas station. That business was expected to be in operation by the end of 2019.
One latest privacy experiment found Chrome ushered more than 11,000 tracker cookies into our browser — in a single week.
In addition to taking over the distribution center, the new firm has long-term plans to open a full-scale manufacturing facility, product research and development lab and marketing operation on the 54-acre campus previously occupied by Cabela's.
People needing a morning coffee fix will soon have a new place to visit on the west side of town as Scooter’s Coffee opens a second store at Avenue I and West Overland this fall.
Gary Rimington opened his first Scooter’s in November 2016 on Avenue B in Scottsbluff. That was followed by another shop opening in Alliance in August 2018. The third store, across the street from the Sinclair convenience store, should be open in September.
St. Francis Ministries, based in Salina, Kansas, offered to handle child welfare case management in Douglas and Sarpy Counties over five years for $197 million, less than 60% of the $341 million bid from PromiseShip. The two were the only bidders for the contract.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. government is in the late stages of an investigation into YouTube for its handling of children's videos, according to four people familiar with the matter, a probe that threatens the company with a potential fine and already has prompted the tech giant to reevaluate some of its business practices.