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09/29/2014(Wyo)-Casper College Receives Huge Federal Grant
09/29/2014(Neb.)-Sioux County Commissioners To Meet Wednesday
09/29/2014(Neb.)-Thousands Turn Out For Concert In Opposition Of Pipeline  Listen
09/29/2014(Neb.)-2014 Conservation Award Was Presented Friday In Chadron
09/29/2014(Neb.)-Pine Ridge Man Arrested For Fleeing From NSP
09/29/2014(Regional)-Signup Deadline For Fall Crop Insurance Is Tuesday  Listen
09/29/2014(Neb.)-First Puppy Snickers Encourages Emergency Kit And Plan
09/29/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County Courthouse Front Entrance Closed Friday
09/29/2014(Neb.)-Rushville City Council To Meet Monday Evening
09/29/2014(Neb.)-CSC Professors Published In Higher Education Journal
09/29/2014(Neb.)-Fur Trade Museum Director Stepping Down
09/29/2014(Neb.)-Panhandle-Wide Flood Watch In Effect Beginning This Afternoon
09/29/2014(Neb.)-Heineman Announces Next Lieutenant Governor
09/29/2014(S.D./Wyo.)-Flood Watch Issued Throughout Black Hills Region
09/29/2014(Neb.)-Hazardous Weather Predicted For Panhandle
09/29/2014(Neb.)-UNL To Host 60th Annual Income Tax Institute
09/29/2014(S.D.)-TransCanada Official Speaking In Spearfish This Week
09/29/2014(Wyo.)-State Employers Discuss High Health Care Costs
09/29/2014(S.D.)-Tribes Want Last Of Indian Boarding School Lands
09/29/2014(S.D.)-Rosebud Man Gets Over Three Years In Prison In Assault Case
09/29/2014(Wyo.)-Native Americans Twice As Likely To Miss School
09/29/2014(S.D.)-Police Officer Now Sole Defendant In Landfill Lawsuit
09/29/2014(Neb.)-Thousands Attend Anti-Pipeline Concert In Northeast Part Of State
09/28/2014(Neb.)-Governor Hopefuls Promise Action On Property Taxes
09/26/2014(S.D.)-Mount Rushmore To Go Dim During Light Replacement
09/26/2014(S.D.)-Hay Must Be Removed From Rights-Of-Way By Monday
09/26/2014(S.D.)-Rock Climber Falls 65 Feet At Site Near Rapid City
09/26/2014(Neb.)-County Jails To House State Inmates Due To Overcrowding
09/26/2014(Neb.)-Cigar, Tobacco Shops Continue Indoors Smoking Fight
09/26/2014(Neb.)-Massachusetts Doctor Cleared Of Ebola Is Home
09/26/2014(S.D.)-Worrisome Weed Could Threaten Upper Midwest Crops
09/26/2014(Neb.)-Sheridan County Commissioners To Meet Monday Morning
09/26/2014(Neb.)-Deadline for Service Academy Applications Coming Up
09/26/2014(Neb.)-WNCC Earns 2015 Military Friendly® Schools Recognition
09/26/2014(Regional)-Prescription Drug Take-Back To Be Held Saturday
09/26/2014(Regional)-Free Entry In Honor Of National Public Lands Day
09/26/2014(Neb.)-Children's Book About Swift Fox Has Ties To Chadron State
09/26/2014(S.D.)-More 125th Anniversary Statehood Celebrations Planned
09/26/2014(S.D.)-School of Mines Studies Battlefield Waste
09/26/2014(Wyo.)-Static Electricity Blamed In Fatal Gas Field Blast
09/26/2014(Neb.)-Early Voting Ballots To Be Sent Starting Monday
09/26/2014(S.D.)-Officials Report Seven Cases Of Rare Children's Virus
09/25/2014(Neb.)-History In Action Day Is Sunday  Listen
09/25/2014(Neb.)-Chadron Man Arrested For Having Sex With A Minor
09/25/2014(S.D.)-Probe Into Custer County Woman's Death Continues
09/25/2014(Neb.)-Several Cases On The Docket Tuesday In District Court
09/25/2014(S.D.)-State Lifts $2M Cap On Employee Health Care Costs
09/25/2014(Neb.)-A Starry Night Star Party Taking Place At Agate Fossil Beds
09/25/2014(Neb.)-Senator Mike Johanns Says Nebraska Is Fertile Ground For Ag
09/25/2014(Neb.)-Climate Change Webcast “Watch Party” Today At CSC
09/25/2014(Neb.)-Ebola Victim Released From Omaha Hospital
09/25/2014(S.D.)-Officials Battle Bullheads In Bear Butte Lake
09/25/2014(S.D.)-Utility Company Withdraws Proposal Affecting Solar Users
09/25/2014(S.D.)-Labor Department Reminds Job Seekers About Career Services
09/25/2014(S.D.)-Jackson Voters Opt Out Of Property Tax Freeze
09/25/2014(S.D.)-Man Fined For Killing Gray Wolf In Canada Without License
09/25/2014(Neb.)-Comunity Workshop On Chadron's Comprehensive Plan Held Wednesday  Listen
09/25/2014(S.D.)-Construction Underway At Hot Springs Mammoth Site
09/25/2014(Wyo.)-Bull Moose Checks Out Wyoming Capitol Building
09/24/2014(Neb.)-Prescription Drug Take Back Day To Be Held In Rushville Saturday
09/24/2014(Neb.)-Mosquito Spraying To Be Done In Chadron Tonight And Tommorow
09/24/2014(Neb.)-Students Compete In Range Management Judging
09/24/2014(Neb.)-Crawford City Council Met Tuesday Night
09/24/2014(Neb.)-Ogallala Man Dies In Pond After Kayak Capsizes
09/24/2014(S.D.)-Rapid City Man On Trial In Amber Alert Case
09/24/2014(Neb.)-Residents Warned Of IRS Scam That Is Circulating
09/24/2014(Neb.)-Ash Street Project To Begin Monday
09/24/2014(Neb.)-Animal Artist Featured At CSC's Sandoz Heritage Center
09/24/2014(S.D.)-Man Sentenced For Sex Trafficking At Sturgis Rally
09/24/2014(S.D.)-Statue Of Liberty Replica Appealed In Rapid City
09/24/2014(Neb.)-Misled Firms Can Get $125 Refund Of Record Fee
09/24/2014(Neb.)-State Is Fourth In Per-Voter TV Campaign Ad Buys
09/24/2014(Wyo.)-State To Provide Wind Power For Los Angeles
09/24/2014(Neb.)-Feds Reopen Public Comment Period On Butterflies
09/24/2014(S.D.)-Tombstone From Tennessee Found In Spearfish
09/23/2014(Neb.)-Federal Judge Reinstates Protection For Wolves In Wyoming
09/23/2014(Neb.)-City Of Chadron And NCAP Receive Governor's Wellness Award  Listen
09/23/2014(Neb.)-Gas Prices Falling In South Dakota
09/23/2014(Neb.)-Some History Behind The Chadron Pool Project
09/23/2014(Neb.)-Visitors Invited To Hudson-Meng For Collaborative Presentation
09/23/2014(Neb.)-Prosecutors Say Sidney Man Had Pot Plants In Cornfield
09/23/2014(Neb.)-State Veterans' Homes Get Perfect Scores
09/23/2014(Neb.)-College Police Officer Teaches Safety Through Cartoons
09/23/2014(S.D.)-Former Judge's Book Gives History Of State Courthouses
09/23/2014(Neb.)-USDA Says State's Corn Harvest Progress Is Lagging
09/23/2014(Wyo.)-Search Crews Recover Body From Reservoir
09/23/2014(Neb.)-Sacra Continues Improving, Doctors ID Experimental Ebola Drug
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Chadron City Council Adopts City Employee Salary Schedule
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Chadron City Council Moves Forward With Application For Hotel Feasibility Study
09/22/2014(Wyo.)-Two Casper Residents Die After Plane Crash
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Man Who Alleges "KKK" Was Carved Into His Abdomen Will Pursue Claims
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Hot Springs VA Town Hall Meeting Produces Many Questions, Few Answers
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Prescribed Burn To Be Held Southeast Of Oelrichs In The Near Future
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Chadron Community Open House To Be Held Wednesday  Listen
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Chadron Police Department Takes Drunk Driver Off The Road Sunday
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Apparent Scam Targeting Dawes County Real Estate Owners
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Meth Found In Broken Bow Home That Housed A Daycare
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Chadron FFA Students Competed In Range Judging Contest
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Twelve Girls To Compete For Little Miss Chadron Title Sunday
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Seven Nebraska Teens To Compete For Outstanding Teen Title Sunday
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Agriculture Production, Conservation Topic Of First Graves Lecture Series
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Black Hills Lakes Need Draining, Sediment Removal
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Crawford City Council To Meet Tuesday Night
09/22/2014(Neb.)-Panhandle Safety and Wellness Conference To Be Held Tommorow
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Free Cave Tours, Volunteer Opportunities This Saturday
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Chance Of Deer-Vehicle Collisions High In Dakotas
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Illinois Man Died Of Hypothermia In South Dakota
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Stockgrowers To Host Convention In Rapid City
09/22/2014(Wyo.)-Goshen Sheriff Touts Grenade Launcher As Key Tool
09/22/2014(Neb.)-US Forest Service To Hold Open House In Chadron October 3rd
09/22/2014(Neb.)-CCEA To Host Chili Cookoff
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Authorities Kill Three Mountain Lions In September
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Minnesota Doctor Dies In Black Hills Motorcycle Crash
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Mines Students Ready For Pumpkin Catapult Contest
09/22/2014(Neb.)-13 People Taken Into Custody Before Husker Game Saturday
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Former Senate Candidate Indicted On Election Law Violations
09/22/2014(S.D.)-Postal Service Postponing Plans To Cut Mail Delivery In Lead And Deadwood
09/21/2014(Neb.)-Crawford Water Restrictions Lifted Sunday Morning
09/21/2014(Neb.)-UNL Gives Tips To Deal With Yellow Jacket Wasps
09/20/2014(Neb.)-Chadron City Council To Meet Monday Night
09/20/2014(S.D.)-Hill City Is The Host Site Of A Child Identity Program
09/20/2014(Neb.)-Sheridan County Commissioners To Meet Monday Morning
09/19/2014(Neb.)-Proposed Changes To Mental Health Professionals In Nebraska
09/19/2014(S.D.)-Noem Praises Senate For Passing Preventing Sex Trafficking Act
09/19/2014(Wyo.)-Historical Sign To Be Unveiled North Of Lusk
09/19/2014(Neb.)-Young Bowhunters Must Carry Education Certification
09/19/2014(Neb.)-Panhandle Walks Aim To Promote Suicide Awareness
09/19/2014(S.D.)-Minnesota Man Dies In Motorcycle Crash Near Silver City
09/19/2014(S.D.)-State Leads Nation In Flu Vaccinations Rate
09/19/2014(Neb.)-Four Rural Dawes County Roads Temporarily Closed
09/19/2014(Neb.)-Chadron PD Makes DUI Arrest At McDonald's
09/19/2014(Neb.)-State's Jobless Rate Holds Steady At 3.6 Percent
09/19/2014(Wyo.)-Barrasso Permit Bill Passes U.S. Senate
09/19/2014(S.D.)-Nemo Celebrating 125th Anniversary This Weekend
09/19/2014(Regional)-Economy Remains Slow In Rural Parts Of 10 States
09/19/2014(Wyo.)-2014 Is Already A Bad Year For State Oil Spills
09/19/2014(S.D.)-Sixty Three Homes To Be Added To Pine Ridge Reservation
09/18/2014(Neb.)-First Confirmed Case Of Enterovirus in Nebraska Panhandle
09/18/2014(S.D.)-Thune Calling For Obama To Approve Keystone XL Pipeline
09/18/2014(S.D.)-Oglala Sioux Tribe Files Lawsuit Against Jackson County
09/18/2014(Neb.)-Chadron State College Collaborates With ESU 13
09/18/2014(Neb.)-Residents Asked To Move Vehicles Off Curb For Sweeper
09/18/2014(Neb.)-CSC Family Day To Offer A Variety Of Activities
09/18/2014(Neb./S.D.)-Kuhnel Selected To Head Up National Grasslands Visitor Center
09/18/2014(Wyo.)-Incidences Of Respiratory Illness Not Substantial Yet
09/18/2014(Neb.)-Senator Fischer Named Guardian Of Small Buisnesses
09/18/2014(S.D.)-'Hagar' Cartoonist Writes Kids Book About South Dakota
09/18/2014(S.D.)-State Absentee Voting For General Election Opens Friday
09/18/2014(Neb.)-Political Signs Barred Along State Highways
09/18/2014(Wyo.)-Wyoming Seeing A Decrease In The Poverty Rate
09/17/2014(Neb.)-Heineman Waiting On Nebraska Legislature's Budget Request
09/17/2014(Neb.)- FM 107.7 KBPY To Be Down In Rural Areas
09/17/2014(Neb.)-Officials Release Inmate Sent Back To Prison After Thought To Be Released Too Early
09/17/2014(Wyo.)-Natrona County High School Principal Resigns From Post
09/17/2014(S.D.)-Congresswoman Kristi Noem Reveals Progress To Combat Human Trafficking
09/17/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County Installing Culvert, Updating Roads Map  Listen
09/17/2014(Neb.)-Nebraska Chosen To Host U.S.-Japan Conference
09/17/2014(Wyo.)-Casper High School Staff Members Accused Of Hazing
09/17/2014(S.D.)-Teacher Shortage In South Dakota Taking Its Toll
09/17/2014(S.D.)-Rounds Was Aware Of Investment For Green Card Program
09/17/2014(S.D.)-Fall River County Commissioners To Meet Thursday Morning
09/17/2014(S.D.)-Parts Of Lead, Deadwood Losing Home Mail Delivery
09/17/2014(Neb.)-Southeast Quandrant Of Chadron Asked To Move Vehicles Off Curbs
09/17/2014(S.D.)-Lead Losing About 4M Gallons Of Water Each Month
09/17/2014(S.D.)-Reward Offered For Info In Box Elder Gun Thefts
09/17/2014(Neb.)-Four-Year-Old Girl Dies In ATV Rollover Accident
09/16/2014(Neb.)-Information Finally Being Released In Dawes County Deputy Vehicle/Pedestrian Accident
09/16/2014(Neb.)-Senator Fischer Concerned About Proposed EPA Regulations
09/16/2014(S.D.)-Keep Political Signs Out Of Right Of Ways
09/16/2014(S.D.)-DOT To Regulate Newstands At Rest Stops
09/16/2014(Neb.)-Chadron Public Works Director Meets With Carstensen Contracting   Listen
09/16/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County Commissioners To Meet Wednesday Morning
09/16/2014(Neb.)-Sheridan County Commissioners Discuss Budget, Taxes
09/16/2014(Neb.)-Twin Sister Of Girl Who Was Killed Says A Different Man Killed Her Sister
09/16/2014(Neb.)-SPEEDO Committee Answers Questions In The Coming Weeks
09/16/2014(Wyo.)-Crews Look For Torrington Man Who May Have Drowned In Reservoir
09/16/2014(S.D.)-State Receives $1.2M For Unemployment Insurance Programs
09/16/2014(Neb.)-Ebola Patient In Omaha Continues Improving
09/16/2014(S.D.)-Harney Peak Name Offensive To Native Americans
09/16/2014(Neb.)-Crawford City Council To Hold Special Meeting Thursday
09/16/2014(Neb.)-USDA Says State's Winter Wheat Planting Is Near Average
09/16/2014(S.D.)-Workshop To Focus On Mountain Pine Beetle Handling
09/15/2014(Neb.)-Crawford To Impose Water Restrictions Starting Friday
09/15/2014(S.D.)-New Physical Education Standards Adopted In South Dakota Schools
09/15/2014(S.D.)-Keystone XL Pipeline Wants To Recertify South Dakota's Portion
09/15/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County 4-H Gets 200 Dollars From Cookout For A Cause
09/15/2014(Neb.)-Chadron Gets The Green Light To Go Ahead With Ash Street Project  Listen
09/15/2014(Neb.)-Chadron State College Professor Publishes Second Poetry Book
09/15/2014(S.D.)-Couple Collects Protective Equipment To Help Fight Ebola
09/15/2014(Neb.)-PPHD Urges Protection Against Mosquitoes With West Nile Virus
09/15/2014(Neb.)-Power Pole Testing To Be Done In Hay Springs And Chadron Area