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WNCC VP of Administrative Services, Bill Knapper, says the new dorms will be able to house up to 24 students.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Senator Harms: "Thank you for the friendship"
After serving the constituents of Nebraska's 48th Legislative District for the past eight years, Scottsbluff Senator John Harms is stepping down due to term limits.
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.
Bruning: "Experience is critical to selecting our next governor"
With the May primary less than one month away, Jon Bruning is making a strong push to become the next governor.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The city of Gering votes to the join the Scotts Bluff County inter-local agreement and will continue to receive 911 emergency services through the Communications Center, but the decision to approve was not unanimous among council members.
Panhandle agland values steady in 2014
Agricultural Economist Jessica Johnson says when commodity prices dropped last fall, farmland values would soon level off.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Idaho man rolls potato truck near Kimball
A 63 year old Idaho man remains in fair condition Monday morning at Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff after tipping a semi-truck full of potatoes near Kimball on I-80 Saturday.
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Scottsbluff, Neb., hospital eases language barrier
"A doctor treats patients based on symptoms. If a patient can't communicate, how can you get an appropriate diagnosis?" said Sarah Shannon, director of nursing support at Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff.
Former Torrington woman arrested; accused of spitting on police officer
A former Torrington woman caught speeding in Mitchell is facing a slew of new charges after allegedly spitting on the arresting officer while being transported to jail.
Nebraska looks to join states in fighting wildfires
Nebraska is on the cusp of joining forces with Colorado, Wyoming and the Dakotas to help fight rural wildfires.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Ag-supporters push for more ag-education in Nebraska schools
The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation announced plans to offer a new scholarship for teachers interested in agriculture that will also help pay student loans of new agriculture teachers.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Large turnout for annual Scottsbluff Rural Fire Department's pancake feed
The pancakes were stacked as residents came out to support the Scottsbluff Rural Fire Department's annual pancake feed this morning.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Bond reduced for man arrested in January Mitchell meth bust
A judge has granted a request for bond reduction for one of the two men arrested in a massive meth bust in Mitchell.
"Books Are Just the Beginning" for Lied Scottsbluff's Library Week
Lied Scottsbluff Public Library invites our community to stop by and help celebrate National Library Week, beginning Monday, April 14 through Friday, April 18. This year's theme is "Books Are Just the Beginning" and to celebrate the library is kicking off a great new children's program and offering other celebratory promotions throughout next week.
NSP nabs Florida man with 243 pounds of pot during I-80 drug bust
A traffic stop on Interstate 80 led to the seizure of more than 200 pounds of marijuana and the arrest of a Florida man.
Pre-Medicare informational program April 23 at Scottsbluff
Help is available for people who will be 65 in the next year or two, are receiving mail about Medicare insurance, and want to learn more about Medicare and what it covers.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Scottsbluff Police Department one step closer to becoming fully staffed
The Scottsbluff Police Department has been short staffed for quite a while, but things are shaping up slowly to finally get to full strength.
Scottsbluff police are cracking down on speeders at one busy intersection
Sergeant Phillip Eckerberg says the police department has done this to get voluntary compliance with the speed, so that they can save officers a few traffic stops.