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Chuck Wagon Church host Oberufer shepherd's play
SCOTTSBLUFF — The Chuck Wagon Church in Scottsbluff hosted an old German Christmas play on Dec. 15, written over 500 years ago and performed in traditional costumes. Beth Corymb Everett, who co-directs the play with her husband, Nathan Corymb Clark, said the Oberufer shepherds play is part of a trad
Scotts Bluff County 4-H enrollment is open
SCOTTSBLUFF — The Scotts Bluff County 4-H club has opened enrollment for the 2019 program year. “4-H is all about learning by doing,” she said. “We’re an organization that helps kids try things out in a safe environment, so they can find what they’re really passionate about and maybe what they want
Public Record -- Dec. 16
Angelina De Los Santos, 41, was fined $350 on a charge of disorderly conduct. Brian Lara, 18, was fined $150 on a charge of driving under suspension. Elizabeth Ann Hazen, 26, was fined $348.27 on charges of leaving the scene of an accident and no license on person.
Miguel Lara and Bryan Araiza
High Plains Auto Club Car Show Chairman Mike Reynolds,left, and HPAC President Daryl Wills,right, congratulate Miguel Lara on receiving one of two $1,000 HPAC/Western Nebraska Community College Foundation Scholarships at t Wills Chiropractic in Gering. The second scholarship winner was Bryan Araiza.
Sidney wrestlers win home invite
SIDNEY — The Sidney wrestling team captured the championship of its home invitational on Saturday at Sidney High School. The Red Raiders piled up a winning score of 233.5 to finish on top of the 18-team field. Sterling, Colorado, followed in second with 142, Ogallala was third with 127.5, and Bridge
Service to ag and friend of extension recipients named
SCOTTSBLUFF - Nebraska Extension in the Panhandle has recognized a Potter-area rancher and a leader in the dry edible bean industry for their years of service to agriculture in the Nebraska Panhandle. A non-profit organization involved in sustaining family and community life in western Nebraska has
AJ’s Soda Shop bringing its treats to Scottsbluff
SCOTTSBLUFF — AJ’s Soda Shop is expanding, as the Torrington business plans to open a new location in Scottsbluff. The shop sells customized soft drinks, with options to flavor and mix with cream and fresh fruits, as well as coffee and tea, ice cream, and homemade cookies. Jaclyn Miller, who founded
Nebraska engineering students to launch weather balloon
GERING, Neb. (AP) — A weather balloon will rise over Gering on Jan. 12 as students look to document Earth from 100,000 feet high in the stratosphere. Gering High School students in Justin Reinmuth's engineering class are preparing to launch a weather balloon into the stratosphere just after the firs
Harvest Valley Church hosting A Christmas to Remember Dec. 16
SCOTTSBLUFF — The Valley Voices Children’s Choir and The Sugar Valley Singers will perform A Christmas to Remember at the Harvest Valley Church in Scottsbluff on Sunday, Dec. 16 at 4 p.m.
Nebraska falls in five sets to Stanford, but goes out like a champion
MINNEAPOLIS — John Cook says that Nebraska was the most improved college volleyball team in the country this season from start to finish, and the team making it all the way to the national championship match probably shows he’s right.
Dr. Haque Selected to Serve on Faculty of Neurosurgery Board Review Course
SCOTTSBLUFF ― Regional West neurosurgeon Raqeeb Haque, MD, was selected to serve on the faculty of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons board review course held recently in Phoenix.
Scottsbluff basketball teams roll past Natrona
Yara Garcia and Aubry Krentz combined for 34 points to lead the Scottsbluff girls basketball team to a 60-45 win over the Casper Natrona Fillies on Saturday afternoon at Scottsbluff High School.
Public Record — Dec. 14
Officers checked out a vehicle parked in a lot in the 400 block of West 27th Street. After further investigation, a search of the vehicle was initiated after Gering Police K9 alerted on the vehicle and its contents. Police seized a firearm, ammunition, and various drug contraband was located. No arr
Scottsbluff DECA chapter celebrates 60th anniversary
SCOTTSBLUFF — Scottsbluff’s DECA chapter is celebrating its 60th anniversary this school year. In celebration of the occasion, DECA students are organizing a dinner on Wednesday, Dec. 19 at 6:30 p.m. in the Scottsbluff High School commons area.
NSP cruiser struck at intersection in Scottsbluff
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. — Two troopers were uninjured late Tuesday evening after the marked Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) cruiser they were driving was struck by another vehicle at an intersection in Scottsbluff.
Demand for flights grows at Western Nebraska Airport
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (AP) - The Western Nebraska Airport is growing in popularity as an alternative for airline passengers who don't want to drive to Denver. The Scottsbluff Star-Herald reports that the airport saw more than 1,000 boardings in November and is on track for the same in December.
"Annual Support Campaign for Families and Youth."
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (KNEP) Local YMCA is close to meeting their fundraising goal. They expect ten percent of their 2019 budget to come from the "Annual Support Campaign for Families and Youth."
State trooper cruiser hit in Scottsbluff
Two state troopers were uninjured late Tuesday evening, even though their marked cruiser was totaled, after a collision at a Scottsbluff intersection. Nebraska State Patrol spokesman Cody Thomas said the troopers were traveling west on Nebraska Highway 26 and proceeded though a flashing yellow traff
Western Nebraska Regional Airport hit highest boarding month of the year
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. The Western Nebraska Regional Airport is overjoyed as they receive their airport numbers for the month of November. As of the end of November, they have reached 1,504 boardings which is the highest boarding month they have seen since their merger with SkyWest.
Nebraska Offers Young QB, Son Of Former NFL Player
Anthony Mix was a former standout wide receiver at Auburn, and an NFL player from 2006-09. His son is just a high school freshman, but Anthony Mix Jr. is already on the radar for big-time college programs.