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10/24/2014(S.D.)-Armed Robbery Occures In Sturgis Friday Morning
10/24/2014(Neb.)-PPHD Preparing for Worst Case Scenerio
10/24/2014(Neb.)-Incumbent State Treasurer Stenberg's Eligiblity For Office Questioned
10/24/2014(Neb.)-Another Mountain Lion Killed South Of Chadron Thursday
10/24/2014(Neb.)-All 7 Chadron City Council Contenders Participate In The KCSR/Chadron Record Forum   Listen
10/24/2014(Wyo.)-Wyoming's Unemployment Rate Increased In September
10/24/2014(Neb.)-Annual "State Of The Schools" Report Released
10/24/2014(Neb.)-Cigar Bars Given Temporary Okay For Indoor Smoking
10/23/2014(S.D.)-SD Voters Set To Vote On Expanding Gambling In The State  Listen
10/23/2014(S.D.)-Shannon County Name Change Financial Costs Would Be Minimal  Listen
10/23/2014(S.D.)-Thune Calls For Additional Investment To Combat Mountain Pine Bettle
10/23/2014(S.D.)-Shannon County Moves Absentee Voting Location To Accomodate Heavy Voter Turnout
10/23/2014(Neb.)-Chadron State Social Work Students To Host Child Welfare Conference
10/23/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County 4-H Shooting Sports Starts Nov. 1st
10/23/2014(Neb.)-National News Story Has Local Connection
10/23/2014(S.D.)-Wind Cave National Park Held 2014 Bison Roundup This Week  Listen
10/23/2014(S.D.)-Deadwood Wall Of Fame Has Two New Members
10/23/2014(S.D.)-Public Broadcasting Receiving $85,000 Fed Grant
10/23/2014(Neb.)-Scottsbluff Airport Board Picks New Carrier
10/23/2014(S.D.)-Minimum-Security Inmate Missing In Rapid City
10/23/2014(Neb.)-State Officials Look To Reduce Prison Crowding
10/23/2014(Regional)-Beautiful Weather As New Storm Warnings Debut
10/22/2014(S.D.)-Shannon County Residents Preparing To Change History November 4th  Listen
10/22/2014(Neb.)-Pressler Has John Good Campaigning By His Side
10/22/2014(Neb.)-NEBFARMPAC Endorses Hassebrook For Governor
10/22/2014(Neb.)-Senator Davis Says Property Taxes The Main Issue Facing Western Nebraskans  Listen
10/22/2014(Neb.)-Ricketts Visiting Downtown Chadron Thursday
10/22/2014(Neb.)-KCSR/KBPY/Chadron Record Political Forum On Thursday Evening
10/22/2014(Wyo.)-Chadron State Grad Named Wyoming Teacher Of The Year
10/22/2014(Neb.)-Harrison Kiddos Celebrate Completion Of Chef’s Club
10/22/2014(Neb.)-State Patrol To Conduct Panhandle Enforcement Activities
10/22/2014(S.D.)-Feds Reaffirm State's Sex Offender Registry
10/22/2014(Neb.)-U.S. Journalist Headed Home After Ebola Recovery
10/22/2014(S.D.)-Main Street In Sturgis To Remain At Five Lanes
10/22/2014(Wyo.)-More Than 12,700 Absentee Ballots Turned In Statewide
10/22/2014(S.D.)-Extension Service Says Aphids Are Showing Up On Wheat
10/22/2014(S.D.)-HUD Secretary Julian Castro Visited The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation  Listen
10/21/2014(S.D.)-2,199 Acre Prescribed Fire To Begin Thursday Morning At Wind Cave National Park
10/21/2014(Wyo.)-Wyoming Becomes Latest State To Allow Same Sex Marriage
10/21/2014(S.D.)-Rapid City Police Investigating Remains Of Dead Body Found  Listen
10/21/2014(Neb.)-Parents Urged To Help Keep Teens Safe Behind The Wheel
10/21/2014(Neb.)-Sheridan County Commissioners Discuss E-911 System, New Car
10/21/2014(Neb.)-Long-Time BBC Film Director To Present At CSC Tonight
10/21/2014(Wyo.)-Wyoming Will Now Recognize Same-Sex Marriages
10/21/2014(S.D.)-Possible Sturgis School Land Sale Opposed By Some
10/21/2014(Neb.)-Some Broken Bow Students Get Okay To Pose With Guns
10/21/2014(Neb.)-Farmers Making Good Progress On Harvest
10/21/2014(S.D.)-Report Says State's Corn Harvest Is Lagging
10/21/2014(S.D.)-HUD Secretary To Visit Pine Ridge Reservation Today
10/21/2014(Neb.)-Journalist Being Treated For Ebola Still Improving
10/21/2014(S.D.)-Attorneys General Letter Targets Human Trafficking
10/21/2014(Neb.)-New Atlas Will Help Find 'Gaps' In Crop Production
10/20/2014(Neb.)-Chadron City Council Met Monday Night
10/20/2014(Regional)-Still No Answers From BHHCS Director On Hot Springs Proposed Closure  Listen
10/20/2014(Neb.)-SPEEDO Committee Talks Sustainability In Latest Weekly Article
10/20/2014(Neb.)-Scottsbluff Woman Accused In Abuse Of Daughter
10/20/2014(Neb.)-Chadron Residents Invited To Give Input On Comprehensive Plan
10/20/2014(Neb.)-Mobile App Offers Information For States' Voters
10/20/2014(Neb.)-G&P Commissioners To Consider Fishing Regulations
10/20/2014(Neb.)-Fischer Requests Hearing On The "Internet Of Things" Technologies
10/20/2014(Neb.)-Chadron State Students Learn From National Tennis Trainer
10/20/2014(Neb.)-Man Finishes Cowboy Trail Run From Valentine To Norfolk
10/20/2014(S.D.)-Spearfish Debate Team Earns National Recognition
10/20/2014(Neb.)-Utility Offers Free Trees To Pilger After Tornado
10/20/2014(S.D.)-Billy Mills Launching Campaign For Native Youth
10/20/2014(Wyo.)-Wyoming Residents Will Pay Less For Health Care In 2015
10/20/2014(Neb.)-Miss Chadron/Miss Northwest Pageant Set For Sunday
10/20/2014(S.D.)-Johnson Stops In Rapid City As Part Of "Tour Of Thanks"
10/20/2014(S.D.)-Cliff Shelf Road Project To Be Discussed Thursday At Meeting
10/20/2014(S.D.)-Bat Proposal Worries Black Hills Timber Industry
10/18/2014(Neb.)-Farm Bill Educational Meeting To Be Held In Rushville Tuesday Morning
10/18/2014(S.D.)- Hot Springs Area Officer Becomes Trooper At Friday Ceremony
10/18/2014(S.D.)-Manderson Man Sentenced To 5 Years For Drug Ring Role
10/18/2014(S.D.)-Planned Fire In The Black Hills To Begin Monday Morning Near Pringle
10/18/2014(Wyo.)-Search Is On For Missing Casper Woman
10/18/2014(Neb.)-Sheridan County Commissioners To Meet Monday Morning
10/17/2014(Wyo)-Judge Orders Wyoming To Allow Same Sex Marriage
10/17/2014(Neb.)-Stenberg Might Have Money For You
10/17/2014(S.D.)-Pheasant Hunting Season Open This Weekend  Listen
10/17/2014(Neb.)-Deer/Vehicle Accidents Much More Common This Time Of The Year
10/17/2014(Neb.)-Rushville Rancher Roundup Is This Saturday  Listen
10/17/2014(Neb.)-Fossil Roadshow Part Of National Fossil Day At Agate Fossil Beds
10/17/2014(Neb.)-Regional West To Offer Free Speech Screenings For Children
10/17/2014(Neb.)-British Film Maker And Author To Speak At Alliance Public Library
10/17/2014(Neb.)-Harvest Moon Fall Festival This Saturday In Hemingford  Listen
10/17/2014(S.D.)-Hearing Held For Changes To Pine Ridge Gambling Compact
10/17/2014(Neb.)-Chadron City Council Will Meet Monday Night
10/17/2014(S.D.)-Edgemont Man's Unemployment Fraud Case Resolved
10/17/2014(Neb.)-State's Jobless Rate 3.6 Percent For Third Month In A Row
10/17/2014(S.D.)-Lead Woman Gets 15 Years For Relations With 12-Year-Old
10/17/2014(S.D.)-Some Dakotas Farmers Might Wait To Harvest Corn In Spring
10/17/2014(S.D.)-Belle Fourche Officer Accused Of Domestic Violence
10/17/2014(Wyo.)-UW Ranked No. 1 Headed Into International PetroBowl
10/17/2014(S.D.)-State Parks To Host Halloween Weekend Events
10/17/2014(Neb.)-Governor Heineman Encouraging E85 Use
10/17/2014(Neb.)-88 year old North Platte Woman Awarded High School Diploma
10/17/2014(S.D.)-Jackson County Will Open Voting Office In Wanblee
10/17/2014(Regional)-Survey Says Slow Growth In Rural Parts Of 10 States
10/16/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County 4-H Council To Meet Monday
10/16/2014(Neb.)-Crestview Healthcare Community Held An Open House Wednesday  Listen
10/16/2014(Wyo.)-Judge To Rule On Same Sex Marriage Law Monday
10/16/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County Travel Board Met Last Week
10/16/2014(Neb.)-The Diamonds To Perform At Chadron State College Next Tuesday  Listen
10/16/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County Commissioners Discuss Safety, Weeds, Roads
10/16/2014(S.D.)-Lack Of Residency Programs Contributing To Health Care Shortage
10/16/2014(Neb.)-Sheriff Says Panhandle Woman Left Injured Husband
10/16/2014(Wyo.)-Hunters Reminded To Stop At Check Stations
10/16/2014(Neb.)-Bayard Woman Ordered To Write Apology Letters
10/16/2014(S.D.)-Unemployment Benefits Scam Targeting Residents
10/16/2014(S.D.)-Pressler Endorsed By 1970s Abscam Sting FBI Agent
10/16/2014(Neb.)-Senator Fischer Concerned With Ebola In The U.S.
10/16/2014(Neb.)-Chadron PD Make Two Arrests Early This Morning
10/16/2014(Neb.)-Heineman To Testify Later This Month In Prison Problems Case
10/16/2014(Neb.)-Woman Found Guilty Of Stealing Money From Alliance Soccer Team
10/15/2014(Neb.)-Crawford City Council Makes Many Decisions Tuesday Evening
10/15/2014(Neb.)-Feast Of The Hunters Moon Being Held Saturday  Listen
10/15/2014(Neb.)-District Court News From Tuesday
10/15/2014(Neb.)-Bond Reduced For Timothy Jungquist
10/15/2014(Neb.)-Police Warn Of Malware Attacks On POS Business Computers
10/15/2014(Wyo.)-USDA Programs Provide $28M To State's Agriculture
10/15/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County Commissioners To Meet Thursday
10/15/2014(S.D.)-Gov. Daugaard's Chief Of Staff To Resign After Election
10/15/2014(Neb.)-Sheridan County Commissioners Discuss Levies, Roads
10/15/2014(S.D.)-Standoff Suspect In Rapid City Arrested Again
10/15/2014(S.D.)-State's Winter Wheat Seeding Nearly Done
10/15/2014(Neb.)-USDA Says State's Corn, Soybean Harvests Are Lagging
10/15/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County 4-H Achievement Banquet Is This Saturday
10/15/2014(Neb.)-Zoo Announces Names Of Red Panda Twins
10/15/2014(Neb.)-Marshal Says Fatal Scottsbluff Fire Likely Accidental
10/15/2014(S.D.)-School Of Mines To Host Rock, Fossil Identification Event
10/15/2014(S.D.)-Fall River County Commissioners To Meet Thursday Morning
10/14/2014(Neb.)-SPEEDO Committee Responding To Needs Of The Community  Listen
10/14/2014(Neb.)-Game And Parks To Begin Forest Thinning Project At Chadron State Park
10/14/2014(Neb.)-Keep Chadron Beautiful Announces Recycle Bowl
10/14/2014(Neb.)-State Patrol To Conduct Panhandle Enforcement Activities
10/14/2014(Neb.)-Dustbowl Years Featured At Chadron State's Mari Sandoz Center
10/14/2014(Neb.)-Ford "Pack Rat" Prepares To Auction Off Memorabilia
10/14/2014(Neb.)-Edgemont City Council Met October 7th
10/14/2014(S.D.)-Creative South Dakotans Featured In New Book
10/14/2014(Wyo.)-Drive Sober Wyoming App Now Available
10/14/2014(Neb.)-Ebola Patient's Dad Says He Is Gradually Improving
10/14/2014(Wyo.)-Candidates For Wyoming U.S. Senate, House Debate
10/14/2014(Neb.)-Ben Sasse Reponds To Comments Made By Dave Domina To KCSR News
10/14/2014(Neb.)-Man Found Dead After Rural Home Fire North Of Scottsbluff
10/14/2014(Neb.)-Two Men Die In Separate Panhandle Crashes
10/14/2014(Neb.)-Court Hears Water Dispute Between Nebraska, Kansas
10/14/2014(S.D.)-U.S. Senate Hopefuls Present Platforms At Forum
10/13/2014(Neb.)-Chadron School Board Met Monday Night
10/13/2014(S.D.)-Senate Candidates Discuss Living Conditions on Reservations At Recent Forumn
10/13/2014(Neb.)-Crawford City Council To Meet Tuesday
10/13/2014(Neb.)-Chadron After School Program Will Celebrate "Lights On After School"
10/13/2014(Neb.)-SPEEDO Committee Addresses Affordability Of Pool Project
10/13/2014(Neb.)-Parade Of Tables Taking Place This Sunday In Chadron  Listen
10/13/2014(Neb.)-DHHS Reminds Residents To Play It Safe With Rabies
10/13/2014(Neb.)-Hearings Planned For Sandhills Power Line Project
10/13/2014(S.D.)-Man Sentenced For Trespassing On Reservation
10/13/2014(Neb.)-Ebola Patient In Omaha Continues Improvement
10/13/2014(S.D.)-Oglala Tribe To Vote On Tribal National Park Plan
10/13/2014(Wyo.)-U.S. Senate, House Debates Monday Night
10/13/2014(S.D.)-Statewide Deadline For Voter Registration One Week Away
10/13/2014(S.D.)-Training Available On Treating Pine Beetle Infested Trees
10/13/2014(Neb.)-Midwest Beekeepers To Focus On Public Awareness
10/13/2014(S.D.)-Hearing To Address Changes To Reservation Gaming Compact
10/13/2014(Neb.)-Nebraska Deals With Marijuana Influx From Colorado
10/13/2014(S.D.)-Harney Relative Supports Peak Renaming Effort
10/13/2014(S.D.)-Mount Rushmore Road Reconstruction To Begin
10/13/2014(S.D.)-Dog Shot Twice In The Face On Pine Ridge Reservation Recovering
10/13/2014(S.D.)-Group Files Suit Claiming Voting Rights Violations
10/13/2014(Wyo.)-New State Lottery Meeting Sales Expectations
10/13/2014(Neb.)-Early Voting Ups Workload For Election Officials
10/12/2014(S.D.)-Natural Gas Pipeline To Be Finished By November
10/11/2014(S.D.)-Hot Springs Mammoth Site Celebrating National Fossil Day Wednesday
10/11/2014(S.D.)-Hot Springs And Custer Dairy Queen Customers' Identities May Have Been Hacked
10/11/2014(Neb.)-Scottsbluff Police Asking For Help In Nabbing Walgreens Shoplifter
10/11/2014(Neb.)-Casper Woman Kris Richardson Still Missing
10/11/2014(Neb.)-Sheridan County Commissioners To Meet Tuesday Morning
10/11/2014(Neb.)-November 1st Is Deadline For Beginning Farmer Tax Breaks
10/11/2014(S.D.)-Weiland Wants Big Money Out Of His Senate Campaign
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Senator Fischer Accepting Applications For Spring Internship Program
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill To Be Held Thursday
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County Achievement Banquet Is October 18th
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Walstrom Ford Makes Significant Donation To Middle School Playground Project  Listen
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Dawes County 4-H Council Meets Tuesday
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Chadron Board Of Education To Meet Monday Night
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Eagle Ridge Housing Design Unique To Chadron State College
10/10/2014(S.D.)-Feds To Investigate Old Black Hills Uranium Mines
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Gov. Issues Flags To Be Flown At Half Staff Sunday In Nebraska
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Governor Dave Heineman Discusses Current Topics Of Interest
10/10/2014(S.D.)-Rapid City Man Claims $30,000 Powerball Prize
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Scottsbluff Man Named Teacher Of The Year
10/10/2014(Wyo.)-State Considers Regulating Uranium Industry
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Attorney General Bruning Files Comments Over EPA's Rule
10/10/2014(Neb.)-State High Court Upholds Conviction, Sentence
10/10/2014(S.D.)-Storm-Collapsed Spearfish Building Being Replaced
10/10/2014(S.D.)-Dakotas State Vets Caution About The Spread Of Pig Virus
10/10/2014(Wyo.)-Schools Superintendent Candidates Debate In Casper
10/10/2014(Wyo.)-Gubernatorial Candidates Face Off In Casper
10/10/2014(Neb.)-City Of Crawford Bond For New Sewer Plant Is Being Finalized
10/10/2014(Neb.)-Court Move Opens Door For Juvenile Resentencings