• NEFB: ‘Stay the Course on NAFTA’

    Nebraska Farm Bureau President, Steve Nelson, urged the U.S. Trade Representative’s office to focus on maintaining the growth in agricultural trade with Canada and Mexico as the Trump administration begins the process of renegotiating the North American

  • Fischer talks paid leave, tax reform with Ivanka Trump

    At a meeting on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) joined several of her Republican colleagues for a meeting with Ivanka Trump focused on pro-family tax reform.

  • Rise above the cycle

    Is this a good time to expand your cow herd, now that the U.S. beef cattle industry is deep into a fourth year of its rebuilding phase? The consensus has a short answer: no.

  • Reemployment Program, Employer Information Exchange System recognized

    A statewide program designed to streamline the unemployment claims process while still ensuring accuracy and security was honored for its effectiveness recently.

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‘Lucky Me’ at Theatre West

Theatre West Summer Repertory invites the community to the upcoming production of “Lucky Me.”

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Some pig

Goshen County youth continue to put the area on the map, and Torrington’s Paige Miller is doing her part.

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WNCC powerline stus help Bayard storm recovery

Clean up continues in Bayard, Neb. after a tornado struck the community last week.

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Gracie’s Promise fundraiser set July 8

Perhaps the worst thing that can happen to any family is a diagnosis of catastrophic illness in a child.

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Expo introduces youth to farm life

North Platte Valley, South Goshen, and Lingle-Ft. Laramie Conservation Districts recently hosted an AG Expo for 200 fourth-graders in April.

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  • Community

    Immunization clinic set for June 26

    Regional West Community Health will hold a special immunization clinic for junior and senior high school students at the Minatare Community Center on June 26.

  • Community

    Agricultural career opportunities abound

    A career in agriculture can prove richly rewarding. While it’s common to envision overalls and tractors when imagining careers in agriculture, the opportunities to work in the agriculture industry stretch beyond the farm and into the corporate world.

  • Opinion

    Handyman Jacks

    People develop a morbid relationship with the most unlikely things.

  • Opinion


    Well, it’s getting close to the longest day of the year and you know what that means? Yep…weeds are taking over the world.

  • Opinion


    Following the early morning shooting at the June 14 congressional baseball practice, many on Capitol Hill and around the country spent the day in shock over what had transpired.

  • Community

    NE150 Celebration’s “Nebraska Experience” program launched

    Governor Pete Ricketts and First Lady Susanne Shore today launched the Nebraska150 Celebration’s Nebraska Experience program, an initiative designed to help facilitate fourth grade field trips to the Nebraska State Capitol and other historically and cultu

  • Community

    Ricketts proclaims state pollinator week

    Reminding Nebraskans of the importance of pollination to ecosystems, businesses, and people’s lives, while acknowledging the creatures that pollinate, Gov. Pete Ricketts has proclaimed June 19-25 Nebraska Pollinator Week across the state.

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    Regional West Kids Safety Safari Scheduled For June 24

    Regional West will host its Kids Safety Safari from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 24, at the Riverside Discovery Center in Scottsbluff.