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Van vs. deer collision near Morrill sends four people to hospital

MORRILL - Four people, including two children, were transported by ambulance to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after the van they were in collided with a deer Sunday evening. Two other people in the Dodge Grand Caravan escaped injury, according to Nebraska State Patrol Spokesman Cody Thomas. He says the...
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Structure fire displaces Bayard resident

BAYARD - A faulty chimney pipe from a wood-burning stove is blamed for a structure fire in Bayard at 10:06 p.m. Saturday. The Bayard Fire Department says a fire in the attic at a former church, turned into a residence, at 626 Ave. C breached the roof when emergency personnel arrived on scene. Fire fighters began an interior attack until a partial collapse of the roof caused them to withdraw to an exterior attack.
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One person sent to hospital in vehicle collision in Scotts Bluff County

MITCHELL - The Nebraska State Patrol investigated a two-vehicle accident at mile marker 13 on Highway 26 near Mitchell at 7:30 a.m. Friday. State patrol spokesman Cody Thomas says Michael Martin, 26, of Torrington, rear-ended a semi-tractor-trailer, driven by Jonathon Hicks, 57, of Casper, in his Toyota Sedan. The semi-tractor-trailer was stopped at a railroad crossing.
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Scottsbluff PD awarded Buckle up grant

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (KNEP) - Scottsbluff Police Officers will be working overtime up to 108 hours to be exact come November 23rd-27th. Scottsbluff Police Department is awarded a grant from Nebraska Department of Transporation Highway Safety Office for the new “Buckle Up, Every Trip, Every Time” grant. Officers will...
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Panhandle police activity, Nov. 10 - Nov. 16

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