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Winning 2x2 ticket sold in Gering, holder wins $22,000

One lucky player who bought a 2by2 ticket for the Saturday, October 20 drawing is holding a ticket worth $22,000.

STAR-HERALD - 2018-10-22 14:50:00

AAUW Torrington/Wheatland branch hosting book sale

TORRINGTON — The Torrington/Wheatland branch of the American Association of University Women is having a Book Sale on Tuesday, Oct. 16, from 9:30 a.m. until 12 p.m., in conjunction with the Eastern Wyoming College Library’s Freudian Sip coffee bar. The public is invited to come and buy books while e

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Don’t Let The Outside Fool You, This Steak Restaurant In Nebraska Is A True Hidden Gem

The Steel Grill 64 is located in Bridgeport, in Morrill County. It looks a bit plain from the outside, but there's a very good reason that people come from miles around - from Nebraska, Wyoming, and Colorado - to taste the delicious offerings here.One of the perennial favorites is the steak nachos.

ONLYINYOURSTATE - 2018-10-22 00:00:00

Bread Doctor awarded 'Sweetest Bakery in Wyoming'

The contest is hosted by Dawn Foods, which provides The Bread Doctor with its sugar. The winners were selected by popular vote, and Ezdan Fluckiger said the bakery was notified they won in August.

STAR-HERALD - 2018-10-21 06:00:00

‘It’s awesome’: Moravec, Maser named GHS Homecoming King and Queen, 4 other students also recognized as part of Gering’s 2018 Homecoming Royalty

Logan Moravec and Megan Maser stood on the field at Memorial Stadium on Friday night with their arms interlocked, smiling widely as they posed for pictures and took in this fun, memorable moment.

STAR-HERALD - 2018-10-21 00:52:00

Public Record - Oct. 20

Charges of theft by shoplifting, driving under suspension, no proof of insurance and failure to appear against Tiffany R. Shott, 30, were dismissed.

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Boy Scouts Troop 26 hold Scout-Me-In

Howard Sinclair, scoutmaster of Troop 26 and advisor for Crew 26, said he hopes the event will help grow the troop and crew.

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Nebraska coalition works to prevent underage drinking

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (AP) - Members of the Monument Prevention Coalition are continuing their work to reduce underage drinking, but they are also looking ahead to next year’s legislative session as an opportunity could arise in the Legislature to place an additional tax on alcohol.Lanette Richards, pro

WASHINGTON TIMES - 2018-10-21 00:00:00

Unbeaten Bearcats to host Ralston in first round of state playoffs

Since that loss, the Bearcats have reeled off nine straight wins in 2018. All nine have been by double figures, including a 23-13 decision over previously unbeaten McCook in the B-4 district championship game. Scottsbluff held the powerful Bison scoreless in the second half, while senior Chris Busby

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Lincoln Elementary students act as principal, vice principal for the day

After the students hardwork to fundraise for the school, Lincoln Elementary Principal Pam Barker turned over her duties to two students who sold the most items. Serving a principal for the day was Kale Ramirez, who sold 91 items and brought in over $1,500 for the school. Brooke Greene, who sold 90 i

STAR-HERALD - 2018-10-21 06:00:00

Rojos contratan a David Bell como su nuevo manager

From Across the Web+6Cast-iron cooking: Pull out your skillet for pizza, lasagna and a giant cookie+3Movie review: Robert Redford stars in 'The Old Man & the Gun,' one of the best movies of the yearRastafarian musician's medical marijuana earns him 8-year prison sentence in Mississippi

STAR-HERALD - 2018-10-21 16:48:34

Popular farmers' market returns for another year of produce, fun

For the first market of the season, 18 vendors will be selling their wares. As the year progress, vendors grow, with more than 20 on most Saturdays. Meadowlark Hearth and Painter Produce have a large variety of organic vegetables. The Pampered Chef and Lentfer Custom Woodworking are also back.

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Rotherham recognized for his work at the airport

“He left right after receiving his award because he can’t sit still,” said Raul Aguallo, airport director. “He had something on his mind to do and he had to get back to work.”

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Scottsbluff topples McCook to win district title

However, the Scottsbluff defense snuffed out the McCook drive, forcing the Bison to punt from its own 44 with less than five minutes to play in the frame. Starting on their own 33, the Bearcat offense moved the ball to midfield where Chris Busby broke loose for a 52-yard run to give Scottsbluff the

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Former Scottsbluff resident will promote new book

Steve Rothenberger, a Scottsbluff native, played in four bands, but did not end up becoming a professional musician. He is now professor emeritus of biology at the University of Nebraska at Kearney and has published more than 35 scientific papers as well as popular articles.

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Coffeen school to host Trunk or Treat - Local News, News - The Sheridan Press

SHERIDAN — The Coffeen Elementary School PTO has organized a trunk or treat event for Oct. 26 from 6-7 p.m.Cars may set up from 4:45-5:30 p.m. to hand out candy. Organizers said the trunk or treat event is a safe, fun way for kids to participate in Halloween.If you’re interested in parking your car

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Former Fire Chief charged with theft

WHEATLAND - Former Wheatland Volunteer Fire Department Chief, Scott Scheller, was indicted last week on a felony charge of theft.

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Alcohol Inspections held in Scotts Bluff County

The Nebraska State Patrol, working with the Gering Police Department, Scottsbluff Police Department, Scotts Bluff County Sheriff’s Office and Monument Prevention Coalition, has conducted alcohol inspections in Scotts Bluff County. The inspections were held on Saturday, Oct. 13.

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Give Me Shelter set for Oct. 27

This is a terrific opportunity for parents, kids, civic groups or local businesses to build fun memories while providing a much needed community service.

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Essert signs to golf for Arizona Christian University

On the strength of shooting the lowest average score for high school girls in 2017 and 2018, Essert, who calls Torrington home, is the two-time Wyoming State Golf Association (WSGA) Girls Junior Golfer of the Year and one time WSGA Women's Player of the Year.

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