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Sterling woman dies in crash

The two-car crash happened about 10:42 p.m. Saturday on Highway 6 at mile marker 400. According to Trooper Josh Lewis of the Colorado State Patrol, 62-year-old Wilma Vaughn of Sterling died at the scene after the Pontiac Grand Am she was driving eastbound on Highway 6 was struck head-on by an Oldsmo

STERLING JOURNAL-ADVOCATE - 2018-08-15 04:27:29

A Three-Car Crash Sent Three to the Hospital Tuesday Morning

According to Scottsbluff Police, who responded to the accident along with Scottsbluff Fire and Valley Ambulance, just before 10:30 am a minivan failed to stop at a red light at the intersection of Highway 26 and Avenue I.

KSNBLOCAL4.COM - 2018-08-14 21:00:00

Peetz School, town to pave Main Street

Mark Collard, superintendent of the Plateau School District, presented a letter to the board Monday night offering to contribute funds raised by the Peetz Lions Club to help solve a chronic runoff problem along the school's north side.

STERLING JOURNAL-ADVOCATE - 2018-08-15 04:27:07

After Trying to Run from the Police, Scottsbluff Man Arrested Monday

According to Sheriff Mark Overman, around 10:41 this morning an office saw 24-year-old Ray Torres driving on West 42nd street near Highway 71. After confirming multiple arrest warrants out for him, the officer attempted to stop the vehicle.

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Take 5: Okoboji move inspired me to start fishing again

Before I get into this fish story, let me back track a bit and go over a timeline.Growing up I’d always enjoyed fishing. Through first-grade my family lived in Sidney, NE, and I have vivid memories of fishing small bodies of water in nearby Chappell and Kimball and the occasional excursion to Lake M

NWESTIOWA.COM - 2018-08-14 20:00:00

Woman arrested in Scottsbluff for stabbing man with steak knife

During a later interview, authorities say Ladeaux told them the argument was over a missing speaker and she was at the very intoxicated at the time, but she did not remember having a physical altercation with anyone.

KSNBLOCAL4.COM - 2018-08-15 12:33:00

Sterling High School Athletic Boosters host annual fall picnic

Jeff Squier, Sterling High School Athletic Director, addressed student athletes and their families during the annual fall booster club picnic. He emphasized the continued need for sportsmanship at home and away. (Lisa Young / Sterling Journal-Advocate)

STERLING JOURNAL-ADVOCATE - 2018-08-15 04:24:55

RE-1 making plans for possible funding bump - South Platte Sentinel

The RE-1 Valley Board of Education met with teachers and staff at a workshop Monday, Aug. 6, to discuss plans for how to use the funds if the Great Schools, Thriving Communities (GSTC) ballot initiative passes in the November election.

SOUTHPLATTESENTINEL.COM - 2018-08-14 17:19:45

Sterling Police Department expresses appreciation to community

Visitors at the Sterling Police Department's Community Appreciation Day got to check out equipment like this armored 6x6 used as a rescue vehicle. (Sara Waite / Sterling Journal-Advocate)Guests at the Sterling Police Department's Community Appreciation Day were able to meet the department K-9, Glock

STERLING JOURNAL-ADVOCATE - 2018-08-15 15:22:14

Sterling, Logan County upcoming events - April 15 - Aug. 20

Rotary Club— Noon, Northeastern Junior College, Hays Student Center room 230.

STERLING JOURNAL-ADVOCATE - 2018-08-15 04:20:20

Minister turns to running for health, competing in Monument Marathon

Chris is a co-pastor, along with his wife Sheryl, at both Calvary Lutheran Church in Scottsbluff and Holy Apostles Episcopal Church in Mitchell.

STAR-HERALD - 2018-08-15 02:15:00

Local pens guide to treating low back pain - South Platte Sentinel

Tom McCroskey, a semi-retired chiropractor now living in Sterling, has published a book on spinal decompression.

SOUTHPLATTESENTINEL.COM - 2018-08-14 17:08:30

Police investigate stolen laptop, medication - South Platte Sentinel

STERLING POLICE DEPARTMENTAug. 7At 4:36 p.m. Meagan Deborah Gohson, 34, of Sterling, was arrested in the 500 block of Marigold St. on two counts of violation of a protection order.

SOUTHPLATTESENTINEL.COM - 2018-08-14 17:14:17

Scottsbluff school board votes down inclusive playground proposal

Within the consent agenda, the board reviewed and approved staff resignations and new staff hires. The following staff resignations were approved: Lauren Miller, 4th grade at Lincoln Heights Elementary and Ashlee Gray, 5th grade at Westmoor Elementary. Kristi Sornson, Peggy McGannon, Joshua Pilkingt

STAR-HERALD - 2018-08-15 02:30:00

People invited to bring along dogs for Lake Minatare hike

Hike with Hounds is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. on Aug. 25, beginning at the park's lighthouse. Organizers that that in addition to the hike, tips will be provided for people to safely hike with their dogs various parks and wildlands.

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Boppre wants fingerprints examined in 1988 murder

Jeffrey Boppre, 54, is serving two life sentences in the September 1988 killings of Richard Valdez, 25, and Sharon Condon, 19. At trial, prosecutors alleged Boppre killed the two as he robbed Valdez of drug money.

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Lawyer: FBI fires agent Peter Strzok, former Russia probe investigator, over anti-Trump texts

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Kimball's 10U team took third this season

For five of the girls this was their first year of softball, and though the season started off as a learning opportunity, it quickly turned into much more.

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Skipper’s Cupboard and Aaron’s Hosts pet food drive

SCOTTSBLUFF - During the month of August, Aaron’s Sales and Lease will be a collection site at which the public can donate pet food to Skipper’s Cupboard,Inc. The Aaron’s store is located at 3018 Ave. I in Scottsbluff.

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ACE funds used to build permanent tribute to veterans

Flag poles now stand tall awaiting their flags inKimball's Gotte Park. This project has been two years in the making, and is funded by approximately $8,000 in ACE returns.

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