Read through the obituaries published today in Scottsbluff Star-Herald Online.
ALLIANCE — United Way of Western Nebraska is "Fighting Hunger in the Community" kicking off its efforts with the first of seven planned food distributions on Tuesday, Oct. 4 in Alliance. The distribution is part of United Way’s efforts in Western Nebraska to fight hunger in Western Nebraska …
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services/MLTC Division will visit communities across the state as part of its upcoming Medicaid listening tour.
At sentencing in November, the Omaha meat processing company faces up to five years of probation in addition to the fine, the max on the charge.
Pandemic experts say the vast majority of COVID-19 deaths today would be preventable through vaccinations and indoor masking. But support for those protective measures has waned.
The Omaha-based Malcolm X Foundation donated 96 copies of "The Autobiography of Malcolm X" to the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services Friday.
LINCOLN — An old soldier is headed back to the front lines in Ukraine, saying that at certain times in history, you need to get involved. “You can either sit on the sidelines and watch history go by or dive in and try to make a difference,” said State Sen. Tom Brewer of Gordon, a […]
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VALENTINE — The State Fire Marshal Agency has learned of an effort to scam some facilities under the pretense of Safety Inspections. The scammers contacted a facility to schedule a State Fire Marshal Safety inspection but wanted the customer to pay by bit coin prior to the inspection.
A search of the vehicle revealed 17 pounds of suspected cocaine and dozens of unknown pills. The substances were located in a hidden compartment in the rear of the vehicle.
LEXINGTON — Investigators with the Nebraska State Patrol have arrested an Elwood woman following the discovery of an attempted murder plot.
Grappling with nation-leading prison growth, Nebraska officials are looking at ways to expand the state's problem-solving courts as a potential solution.
"That's not George, that's me," said Dustin Rymph. But the group behind an attack ad on George Dungan stood by the use of a pair of photos Rymph.
Depending on the outcome of November's elections, there could be enough support in the Nebraska Legislature to do away with the process of electing leadership via secret ballot.
Several projects received city council support to move forward during the Monday, Oct. 3, regular meeting. The council took action on the one- and six-year street improvement plan, rezoning of a subdivision and approved bids for projects at city hall and in downtown Scottsbluff.