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SWBC seeking additional employees in Scottsbluff

“We are looking forward to growing our workforce at the SWBC Scottsbluff office,” said Greg Hermanson, Vice President of Human Resources. “We hope our exceptional benefits and growth opportunities attract top candidates to join the SWBC family.”

KNOPNEWS2.COM - 2018-06-18 13:53:00

Driver causes minor damages to Scottsbluff restaurant

A Scottsbluff business, El Torito, has minor damages to an overhang as the result of a collision Sunday.

STAR-HERALD - 2018-06-17 17:21:00

1 person, 2 horses injured in Sunday accident

SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY, Neb. --Authorities responded to an injury accident reported at 3:02 p.m. on Sunday, June 17th 2018, on North Highland Road south of County Road J. The location is approximately 5.7 miles northeast of Minatare, NE.Initial reports indicated that the two-vehicle accident impacted a

KSNBLOCAL4.COM - 2018-06-18 16:22:00

Calls to Separate County Detention Centers Leads to Arrest

Court records say, Stephan Paben first called the Scotts Bluff County Detention Center asking if two detainees had been released. When Paben was told no, the affidavit states he told the officer over the phone the two would ‘get what’s coming to them’ and that they were going to get beat. Paben alle

KSNBLOCAL4.COM - 2018-06-18 20:57:00

Two transported to hospital in Gering crash

Two teens, a girl and a boy, were taken to Regional West via ambulance, according to scanner traffic.

STAR-HERALD - 2018-06-17 19:09:00

42nd Street construction moves into phase 3

SCOTTSBLUFF — The City of Scottsbluff provided an update for drivers in the area of construction on 42nd Street. Work on Phase 3 is set to begin this week.According to the update:Construction on 42nd Street — Phase 3 between Sandstone/Avenue G and Avenue B is scheduled to begin on June 19 at 6 p.m.D

STAR-HERALD - 2018-06-19 06:00:00

Lions Club offers free eye exams to children at Lied Scottsbluff Public Library

SCOTTSBLUFF — The Lions Club will offer free eye exams for children ages six months through 18 years on Thursday, June 28 from 9-11:30 a.m. at the Lied Scottsbluff Public Library. The screenings will coincide with the Children’s Summer Reading Program filmtime from 10-10:30 a.m, but children do not

STAR-HERALD - 2018-06-19 06:00:00

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STAR-HERALD - 2018-06-19 00:38:00

Scottsbluff man sentenced to prison in Route 26 robbery

Charges stem from a Dec. 26, 2017, robbery at the Route 26 convenience store. At the time of the robbery, police said a man wearing a black ski mask told a clerk at the store that he was robbing it and to calmly put money in a bag. He had also asked for a pack of cigarettes before running from the s


Hundreds of cars and people gather for the 20th Annual Rock N’ Roll Father’s Day Car Show.

GERING, Neb.Father’s Day is approaching so one pavilion in Gering brought one of man’s best friends to the area.People and cars came together under the Five Rocks Amphitheater for the 20th Annual Rock N’ Roll Father’s Day Car Show.Many cars have been in several of the families for generations.“I bro


Designated sales tax helps fund mall improvements

The one-half cent sales tax on retail sales in Scottsbluff's Monument Mall gets funneled back into the mall for upgrades to heating and air conditioning, roofing, signage and other infrastructure. Keeping the mall active with retail is essential to generating more revenue for both the city and the m


Bringing mobile meals into the community to decrease hunger

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb.According to Feeding America, over 41 million people struggle with hunger in the United States and 13 million of them are children.To help lower that statistic, The Scottsbluff Public School’s Food Program has become mobile; bringing food options to people of the community and using


Wednesday morning fire destroys shop, semi truck in Scottsbluff

Kasza says firefighters had the blaze under control in about an hour, and one staffer remained on the scene until about 3:00 p.m. for investigation by the State Fire Marshal's office. Kasza says it appeared a burn barrel may have been in use near the shop at the time of the fire, but the official ca


Gering Volunteer Fire handles ditch fire

“As far as damage, there was a few hundred dollars worth of fence and some trees that are irreplaceable at this point,” Vance said.


Plummer steps down as Gering head boys basketball coach

“I appreciate all of the support I have received from the school administration, but I felt it was the right time to step aside from head basketball,” Plummer said. “I’ve enjoyed coaching and appreciate all of the athletes I’ve had the opportunity to work with during my career.”


Cause of rural garage fire under investigation

Reisig said it took a crew of 12 personnel, with five units, about two hours to put the fire completely out. The garage sustained about $20,000 in damages and damages to the semi truck has been estimated at $19,000. An SUV and other equipment inside the garage were also damaged, though estimates hav


Theatre West kicks off season with children's play written by local women

With a blend of professionals from around the world and community members, Theatre West is amping up for an exciting season, despite the change of performance venues from the theater located at WNCC.


Scottsbluff man loses more than 100 pounds: 'It's a long process'

Buy NowJeff Courtier and his son, Jaycee, have fun on the Octane Fitness machines at the Scottsbluff Family YMCA while Fitness Director Lola Gonzales encourages them to keep going.IRENE NORTH/Star-Herald


Surveillance Footage Helps Close a March Assault Case

Court records state, on March 25th, Tryna Hernandez walked out of a bar on 18th and Broadway and set her purse down on the ground.


Tornado sirens will be tested June 13

Region 22 Emergency Management and Scotts Bluff County Consolidated Communications Center will test the outdoor warning sirens in Gering, Scottsbluff, Terrytown, McGrew, Henry and Harrisburg on Wednesday, June 13.