Semi-truck Accident

On 10/26/17 at approximately 19:47, Scottsbluff Police responded to a reported accident at the intersection of HWY 26 and 21st Ave in which involved two semi-trucks. The investigation found that a 1991 Kenwood beet truck driven by James Adams (60) of Gering, NE., and a 1992 Freightliner and trailer driven by James DeBock (68) of Torrington, WY. had collided in the intersection. Prior to the collision the Kenwood was South bound on 21st Ave, and…

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Veterans Dental Day

VETERANS DENTAL DAY: FREE DENTAL CARE! On Friday, November 17th Scottsbluff Dentist will provide free dental care to Veterans in Scottsbluff and the surrounding region from 8am to 3pm. Located at 204 West 36th street, Scottsbluff Dentist will provide the choice of one free cleaning, a filling, or an extraction. Call now to reserve your spot! (308) 632-7414 All appointments will be scheduled in advance. Must complete medical history paperwork and show a valid form…

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Liberty Mobility Now and Cirrus House Team Up

Liberty Mobility Now and Cirrus House Team Up to Eliminate Transportation Barriers   Partnership Helps Local Transportation Provider Add Wheelchair Accessible Option   (SCOTTSBLUFF, NE). October 17, 2017. Wheelchair users in Scottsbluff now have another accessible transportation option, thanks to a partnership between local transportation company Liberty Mobility Now, Inc. and the Scottsbluff-based non-profit Cirrus House, Inc.   Liberty Mobility Now brought its ride-hailing services to Scottsbluff in May. The company allows customers to schedule…

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Fatal Crash

On Friday morning October, 20th 2017, a train-truck collision occurred west of Mitchell Nebraska. 64 year old Michael Weimer of Morrill was killed. His 8 year old grand daughter was taken to Regional West Medical Center with minor injuries. The truck was a total loss. The response and investigation was by Scottsbluff County Sheriffs’ Office, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, Mitchell and Morrill Fire and Rescue, Mitchell Police Department, The Nebraska State Patrol, AirLink and…

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Hazing

CHADRON, Neb. (AP) — Four people accused of involvement in hazing at Chadron State College are no longer enrolled. Students and staff were told in September that police and the school were investigating an off-campus incident described as an initiation rite between members of the wrestling team. A college spokesman says hazing violates college policies. He declined to say whether the students were kicked out of school. Police are still investigating for any violations of…

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