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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.
A new country and rock bar is making its way to Scottsbluff
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb.A first of its kind establishment is making its way to the City of Scottsbluff. The Dark Horse will provide frequent country and rock entertainment for the community.The Dark Horse will start off by only being open on the weekends. For right now, they aren’t going to serve food but
Downtown business owners says he'll open new events center
Buy NowChad Leeling has been busy getting his new Dark Horse event center ready for opening. The center, located in the former Montgomery Ward building in downtown Scottsbluff, will feature live music three nights a week.JERRY PURVIS/Star-Herald
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.
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.
Adrian Smith speaks in Gering about recent tax reforms
“We are holding these events around the district to focus on the economy and ultimately tax reform and what that has done for the workforce,” Smith said. “We know that we have workforce shortages. I’ve been working on legislation that is focusing on that. We have literally millions of people on the
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
Construction to impact parking access at Regional West
As always, the Scottsbluff Surgery Center parking lot will be open to Surgery Center patients; however, the medical center’s northwest parking lot will only be open to hospital staff and physicians.
Fourth annual Old West Balloon Fest launches Friday and Saturday
Balloons launch from the Mitchell Airfield during a previous Old West Balloon Fest. This 30 balloons are scheduled to launch Friday, Aug. 17 and Saturday, Aug. 18 from the airfield just south of Mitchell. The gates will open at 5 a.m. and the balloons are scheduled to launch around 6:15 a.m. A parki
Krist challenges Ricketts to debate in Scottsbluff
In a letter sent out Monday, written by Bob Krist for Governor Campaign communications director Dan Parsons and sent to the governor’s campaign, Parsons proposes the debate be broadcast by the Gray Television Network, including station KNEP in Scottsbluff, and moderated by local journalists.
'I'm so excited': Gering's Morgan Baird to spend the next year as Miss Kool-Aid Days’ Outstanding Teen 2019
Buy NowMiss Kool-Aid Days’ Outstanding Teen Morgan Baird, of Gering, poses for a photo with some children during National Night Out in Scottsbluff earlier this month.Courtesy photo
Donation is a lifeline for firefighters
Dan Morford, left, superintendent of the Scotts Bluff National Monument, presented Gering Rural Fire Department Captain Troy Cowan with several emergency fire shelters for use among the department's firefighters.IRENE NORTH/Star-Herald
Scottsbluff Public Schools offers new resources for 2018-19 academic year
As the district wraps up the second phase of construction, Scottsbluff Public Schools Director of Communications Melissa Price is excited for the new cosmetology and ROTC programs. “It took a while to be able to get the health regulations and do the things to offer [cosmetology] in high school,” sai
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.
Scottsbluff Public School District Announces New ROTC Program
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. - (KNEP) -The Scottsbluff Public School District announces a brand new Air Force Junior ROTC program which will begin on Thursday.The program, which will be instructed by Lieutenant Colonel Jeff Johnson and Sergeant William Runk will take residence in Scottsbluff High School across
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Arts officials treated well during their visit Aug. 6-7
The executive directors of the Nebraska Cultural Endowment, Nebraska Arts Council, and Humanities Nebraska visited Gering/Scottsbluff on Aug. 6-7. The directors were showered with welcomes and tours from Scottsbluff Lied Library, Legacy of the Plains Museum, Midwest Theater, Scottsbluff National Mon
Gering City Council, city staff try to iron our city budget
Mejia said at that time, battery technology was changing in the golf cart industry, so city staff decided to wait to see how the new standards settled out.
After graduating large senior class, Scottsbluff’s softball team prepares to reload in 2018
Losing players to graduation is a challenge every coach knows and must face every single year. Who will fill the empty gaps? Who will step up and produce at the varsity level?
‘It’s not about me, it’s about this team’: Pioneer outfielder returns to help team win its first ever league title
When Luther Woullard made his Western Nebraska Pioneers debut in a 10-8 home loss to the Hub City Hot Shots on June 10, he was a quiet 1-for-4 in the game. Although the team lost, the fans at Oregon Trail Park Stadium in Gering saw something special in the outfielder from D’Iberville, Mississippi.
Lawyer: FBI fires agent Peter Strzok, former Russia probe investigator, over anti-Trump texts
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