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Star-Herald About Us

The Star-Herald, one of Nebraska's most honored daily newspapers, has a circulation of more than 16,000 and publishes every day of the week but Monday. Scottsbluff is located in Scotts Bluff County (pop. 37,000) and is a growing agricultural and retail trade center in western Nebraska.

Scottsbluff and its sister cities, Gering and Terrytown are home to Regional West Medical Center, the county's largest employer, and Western Nebraska Community College, which offers a variety of on-campus and distance learning educational opportunities.

The area is home to a lively arts community. Gering, a major tourism destination, recently completed the Five Rocks Amphitheater, an outdoor venue for music and other entertainment. Western Nebraska Community College and the West Nebraska Arts Center stage a variety of music, plays, exhibitions and other entertainment.

The community has a low crime rate, clean air and water, a low cost of living, short commuting times and a variety of outdoor and recreational activities. Both Scottsbluff and Gering have community pathways for jogging and bicycling, and the Scotts Bluff YMCA offers outstanding exercise opportunities and youth programs.

Gering Courier About Us

Gering and its sister cities, Scottsbluff and Terrytown are home to Regional West Medical Center, the county's largest employer, and Western Nebraska Community College, which offers a variety of on-campus and distance learning educational opportunities.

The area is home to a lively arts community. Gering, a major tourism destination, recently completed the Five Rocks Amphitheater, an outdoor venue for music and other entertainment. Western Nebraska Community College and the West Nebraska Arts Center stage a variety of music, plays, exhibitions and other entertainment.

The community has a low crime rate, clean air and water, a low cost of living, short commuting times and a variety of outdoor and recreational activities. Both Scottsbluff and Gering have community pathways for jogging and bicycling, and the Scotts Bluff YMCA offers outstanding exercise opportunities and youth programs.

Hemingford Ledger About Us

The Hemingford Ledger, founded in 1907, has a circulation of nearly 1,000 readers. Located in Hemingford, Nebraska, The Ledger is Box Butte County's only weekly newspaper, published every Thursday.

The Ledger features news and sports pertaining to Hemingford as well as neighboring Alliance with accompanying color photography. The newspaper is a member of the Nebraska Press Association, taking home 22 awards at the organization's 2011 banquet.

Hemingford, Nebraska (pop. 803) is located in the northwestern portion of the Nebraska Panhandle. The community is an agricultural center for the state but also offers industry in state-of-the-art telecommunications, the BNSF Railroad and one of the top rated school systems in Nebraska.

Hemingford is also the home of the Box Butte County Fair, held annually during the second week of August. The third largest county fair in the state attracts some of the biggest names in country music along with other big shows held throughout the Fair. Other community events include: Hemingford Fun Dayz held each June, Hemingford High School Alumni Days held every Memorial Day Weekend, the Hemingford Chamber of Commerce Holiday Homecoming held in early December and the nationally recognized Avenue of Flags displayed each patriotic holiday.

Recreational opportunities include the Box Butte Reservoir, located 10 miles north of Hemingford. With a wide variety of fish, including bass, northern pike, crappie, perch, bluegill and catfish the "Dam" is a popular spot for anglers and water recreation. The town also has a nine-hole sand-greens golf course, which is open to the public.

Hemingford is also just a short drive from Fort Robinson State Park near Crawford as well as the Black Hills of South Dakota.