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Announcement regarding Scottsbluff Quiet Zone slated for today
After years of waiting, things in Scottsbluff could get a lot quieter. Assistant City Manager Nathan Johnson says that Mayor Randy Meininger will make an announcement to the media this afternoon regarding the Scottsbluff Quiet Zone.
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
Brian Ross to be sentenced on bribery of juror charge on Thursday
A Scottsbluff man convicted of bribing a juror during his trial will be sentenced on Thursday in Scotts Bluff County District Court on a charge of bribery of a juror.
Patient advisory council provides a voice for handicapped panhandle residents
Former rehabilitation patients are giving back their time to provide support to current patients at Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Heineman veto's nurse bill, practitioners still need to collaborate with physicians to practice in NE
Gov. Dave Heineman on Tuesday vetoed the bill, which removed the requirement that nurses have an integrated practice agreement with a collaborating physician in order to practice in Nebraska.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Eagle Elk to be tried as an adult in detention center fatal attack
The case against a 16-year-old who is accused of helping with the fatal assault of a Scotts Bluff County corrections officer earlier this year will remain in adult court.
Nebraska legislature to tackle many of same issues for 2015 session
Nebraska lawmakers will face many of the same issues in 2015 that they failed to pass this year, but more than one-third of the senators will be new.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Scottsbluff Easter egg hunt has biggest turn out ever
Loud, hectic, and fast-not the words usually used to describe an Easter egg hunt.
Korell: "not your dad's marijuana, it's four to five times stronger" nowadays
There's no need to clear the air, ever since Colorado legalized marijuana this year, the workload for Nebraska law enforcement officials and surrounding states has increased.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Our Lady of Guadalupe reenacts the Passion of Jesus Christ today
Today is Good Friday, the most solemn day on the Christian calendar. All around the world Christians remember this day as when Jesus Christ was crucified.
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Minatare, Gering OK dispatch center agreement
The Minatare Village Board and the Gering City Council have accepted an agreement regarding the Scotts Bluff County Communications Center.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Gering Sonic closes its doors for good
More than 6 months ago, a Gering restaurant closed for renovations. Today, management has received word that it now closed for good.
Gering man arrested on meth charges in YMCA parking lot
It's deja vu for a 27-year-old Gering man arrested Tuesday morning on a new series of meth related drug charges.
Nebraska judge upheld on hate crime case dismissal
In February Worden ended a trial and dismissed the case against 18-year-old Alysha Schwartzkopf, of Gering.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Report: No link between school spending and student learning
If the conditions for student learning are present except for money, an infusion of funding would correct deficiencies.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Lastminute tax filers need to get to the Post Office early on Tuesday to ensure their returns are postmarked by the April 15th deadline.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Panhandle celebrates 'Earth Day' early
Hundreds of cars lined up through the parking lot and down the block from the panhandle co-op Saturday, full of people anxious to get rid of their junk.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Wyoming teen, accused of strangling guard, charged with Nebraska robbery
A 15-year-old Wyoming boy charged with killing a Nebraska jail guard has pleaded guilty to the crime that originally led to his jailing.
"Jim" D. Shimek
Gering, NE Resident, 76 James "Jim" D. Shimek, 76 of Gering passed away Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at Regional West Medical Center.
Thu Apr 10, 2014