No one cares more about the land and water of our state than the farmers and ranchers whose livelihoods depend on careful management these resources.
I look forward to passing these two crucial pieces of legislation, as well as accomplishing even more for Nebraska producers in the 2023 Farm Bill.
The request from Twin Cities Development coincides with the process of applying for its next round of funding in 2023.
Campaign co-chairs Shane Wilson and Ally Berggren announced the results of 2022-23 fundraising efforts during a press conference on Wednesday. The United Way of Western Nebraska exceeded its $400,000 campaign goal.
WNCC's Clayden Brandon allowed four hits in the opening game, but Vaquero's Theo Miller and Josh Aribal combined on a one hitter in a 2-0 win.
Grant funds will be used for educator training and the purchase of curriculum and classroom resources.
Kathy Bresnahan, the coach that led her Iowa volleyball team to a state title after losing their star player before the season to a car crash,…
In our Commitment to America agenda, House Republicans made a promise to deliver a government that is accountable to taxpayers.
At WNCC, one of the most prominent pieces in that support system is instructor and athletic trainer Doug Jones.
Students from Gering got a chance to represent their school and share the results of their research at the Panhandle Regional Science Fair in …
The Biden administration’s reckless disregard for border security has turned every state — including Nebraska — into a border state.
Last Wednesday a public hearing was held on these three bills, so today I would like to report on how that hearing went and give you an update on what needs to be done.
Somewhere along the line Grandpa Reg took up reading for pleasure.
Gering’s Bulldog Barkers secured 15 spots at state in a hotly contested district speech contest in Gothenburg this week.
The Legacy of the Plains Museum will host the monthly Puzzles of the Past program. The event will be held this Friday, March 10, at 9 a.m. Dis…
Her hope was that she could contribute to the growth and development of Gering by filling a niche that only she could.
Calls reporting an active shooter at Gering, and across the state, netted response from law enforcement - and even Gov. Jim Pillen.
HIGHLAND, Kan. — The Western Nebraska Community College softball team battled but dropped a pair of games Saturday, March 4, to Highland Commu…
Students from all over the Panhandle gathered to share the results of their scientific inquiries at the Panhandle Regional Science Fair in the…
WNCC had a 11-4 lead in the opening game, and had a 3-0 lead in the second. The Rattlers rallied to win both.
WNCC interim president John Marrin began the session by presenting some of the trends from the listening tour concerning issues facing the communities visited and how WNCC can address those areas.
Over 3% of all privately held U.S. agricultural land is owned by foreign investors.
Reckless spending under one-party, Democrat rule in Washington over the last two years has led to a dead end for our nation’s fiscal health.