Bureau of Reclamation Reports on Water Outlook for Irrigation Season

Bureau of Reclamation Reports on Water Outlook for Irrigation Season

The annual Yonts Water Conference, held on Wednesday, April 10, at the UNL Panhandle Research Extension and Education Center in Scottsbluff, updated ag producers on topics from water to weather.  “So, we've seen some improvement early on the snowpack, which was below average. Improvement is in the upper and lower…
UW College of Ag to Host Leadership Symposium in Laramie April 22

UW College of Ag to Host Leadership Symposium in Laramie April 22

The University of Wyoming Ranch Management and Agricultural Leadership (RMAL) program will host a leadership symposium in Laramie Monday, April 22. The event will be held at the UW Gateway Center from 9-3 p.m. Interested parties can also attend the symposium via Zoom. The symposium, titled “Navigating Western Waters: Addressing…
CSC Hosts Annual Rising Sophomore Ceremony

CSC Hosts Annual Rising Sophomore Ceremony

Chadron State College students and employees gathered for the ninth annual Rising Sophomore awards ceremony Wednesday. Dr. Jim Powell, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Chadron State College, was the keynote speaker. He came to CSC in 2015 as the Dean for Assessment, Accreditation, Curriculum, and Education, Human Performance, Counseling, Psychology,…
Flags lowered for fallen Ceresco Police officer

Flags lowered for fallen Ceresco Police officer

Nebraska state flags are flying at half-mast following the passing of a Ceresco Police officer whose patrol unit was struck during a traffic stop Friday night. The Nebraska State Patrol says at approximately 7:37 p.m. Central, a 911 call was received regarding a multi-vehicle crash about one mile south of…
UNK Law Program Continues Growth with Largest-Ever Incoming Class

UNK Law Program Continues Growth with Largest-Ever Incoming Class

Eighteen students from across the state will study at the University of Nebraska at Kearney as part of the prestigious Kearney Law Opportunities Program (KLOP). Launched in 2016, KLOP is a partnership between UNK and the University of Nebraska College of Law designed to recruit and train students from rural…
Decade of Success Builds Momentum for Big Red Research, Creative Activity

Decade of Success Builds Momentum for Big Red Research, Creative Activity

 Fueled by more than a decade of excellence, the research and creative activity enterprise at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is making big impacts statewide and around the world. “The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is a community of scholars dedicated to changing the world through discovery, creativity and innovation,” said Chancellor Rodney…
KNEB.tv News: April 12, 2024

KNEB.tv News: April 12, 2024

Today on KNEB.tv News: Situla solar project moving forward in Scotts Bluff County Trial date set for man charged with killing Gering one-year-old Gering P.D. release suspect vehicle photos in connection to assault Scottsbluff man killed during Wednesday night rollover Sidney's North Elementary to close at end of school year…
New Street Construction Underway in Scottsbluff

New Street Construction Underway in Scottsbluff

Construction crews are working hard to pave the way for new infrastructure in Scottsbluff. A new stretch of 28th Street will be opening up a new area for development just west of Avenue I. Public Works Director Mark Bohl says the concept for the project came up when the nearby…
Trial Date Set for Man Charged with Killing Gering One-Year-Old

Trial Date Set for Man Charged with Killing Gering One-Year-Old

A tentative August trial date has been set for the Gering man charged with killing a one-year-old child last month. 31-year-old Tyler Green was arraigned on a Class 1B Felony charge of Intentional Child Abuse Resulting in Death last week in District Court. He was arrested on March 13th after…