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The Panhandle Rock and Gem Club is hosting its annual rock show on May 25-28 at the Riverside Zoo Campground, 1514 South Beltline Highway West... [Read More]
The Workforce Development office at Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington is offering a CPR/First Aid/AED/BLS class for initial or renewal on May 24 from 5-9... [Read More]
Omaha will likely be out of the path of tonight's severe weather, which is forecast for the southeast corner of the state. [Read More]
The political parties have too much power. Every day we are witness to the ineptitude of Congress mainly due to the power and/or abuse of... [Read More]
If you like to fish, Daryl Bauer says, now is the time. "The crappie are going good, we're hearing lots of good bass reports, catfish... [Read More]
DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge is hosting several birding events Sunday starting at 1 p.m. at the visitor center. [Read More]
As the Level II Trauma Center in Nebraska's Trauma Region 4 and lead trauma hospital, Regional West provides vital, well-coordinated emergency services for local communities... [Read More]
The Knight Museum & Sandhills Center is hosting the Grasslands Artifact Roadshow Saturday, May 19, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Alliance. The public is... [Read More]
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TORRINGTON—Eastern Wyoming College agriculture instructor Kaitlyn Steben, was awarded the Honorary State Future Farmers of America Degree in April 2018. [Read More]
The Alliance for Aviation Across America today commended Mayor Randy Meininger of Scottsbluff, Nebraska for proclaiming May "General Aviation Appreciation Month." In Nebraska, general aviation... [Read More]
A meeting to train for and improve planning for agricultural disasters in southeast Wyoming is Wednesday, May 23, near Laramie. [Read More]
Good weather has allowed Nebraska farmers to be ahead of the five-year average on corn and soybean plantings, according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics... [Read More]
Farmers in Colorado, western Nebraska, and South Dakota grow almost all of the nation's proso millet. After harvest, most of the small grain is used... [Read More]
A summer internship for deaf young adults, "Signs of Summer," has been announced through Trillium Deaf Program and Meadowlark Hearth. [Read More]
Southeast's Chase Lovercheck had a Wyoming state track and field meet to remember. [Read More]
The final day of the Nebraska state track and field meet was an extremely successful one for local Class C athletes Saturday in Omaha. [Read More]
Banner County's MaKenna Dahlgrin and Potter-Dix's Trinity Langley closed out their high school track and field careers with first-place medals at the Class D state... [Read More]
We created some pretty good meals in my mom's kitchen when I was a kid. Some meals were known for easy prep, some for cheap... [Read More]
In a part of the country where cattle outnumber people, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue came with a mission. [Read More]
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