Mason Luse and Mandi Achten scored two goals apiece Wednesday as Rocky Mountain College opened its men's and women's soccer season by sweeping Nebraska's Doane College on Wendy's Field.
Alan Arthur needed a job. The owners of the Stadium Club needed someone to take over their kitchen. But both sides wanted a bigger commitment than employer and employee.
Proponents of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline have complained that election-year politics is behind President Barack Obama’s recent decision to hold off on approval of the $5.4 billion project.
LINCOLN, Neb. -- Kyla Clancy of Rocky Mountain College finished in a four-way tie for 15th place on Friday following the final round of the NAIA women’s golf championships at Wilderness Ridge.
LINCOLN, Neb. -- The women's golf team from Rocky Mountain College missed the cut Thursday at the 27-team NAIA championships being played at Wilderness Ridge.
LINCOLN, Neb. -- Kyla Clancy and Katy Peterson shot 5-over par 77s on Wednesday, but Rocky Mountain College remained 19th in the team standings after Day 2 of the NAIA women's golf championships at Wilderness Ridge.
LINCOLN, Neb. -- The women's golf team at Rocky Mountain College is sitting in a two-way tie for 19th place after the opening round of play on Tuesday at the NAIA championships.
Rocky Mountain College will be represented by a band of buddies this week at the NAIA women's golf championships in Lincoln, Neb.
Katy Peterson said her dream job is to be a “water slide tester.”
The women's golf team at Rocky Mountain College, ranked 15th nationally, has qualified for the NAIA championship tournament in Lincoln, Neb.
U.S. Sen. John Walsh, D-Mont., is calling on Congress to approve the Keystone XL pipeline and take future decisions about cross-border infrastructure projects out of the president's hands.
GERING, Neb. — A mental health evaluation has been scheduled for a 15-year-old Wyoming boy charged with killing a Nebraska jail guard.
People in Billings are feeling pretty good, according to a 2013 survey released Tuesday by Gallup and Healthways that ranks the city of Billings as No. 1 in job satisfaction and No. 15 in overall well-being.
The annual migration of the sandhill cranes in Nebraska’s Platte River Valley usually peaks during the last two weeks of March.
Visitors watch the cranes from the hike bike bridge at Fort Kearney State Park. Each year, birdwatchers flock to the Platte River Valley for the annual migration of sandhill cranes from their wintering grounds in Texas and Mexico to breeding grounds in Canada and Siberia.
KEARNEY, Neb. — Just before sunrise, in the hourglass heart of the North American continent, the temperature has dipped to 15 degrees on the Platte River.
The endangered whooping cranes are the occasional visitors in the flocks of sandhill cranes during the annual migration through the Platte River Valley in Nebraska.
The endangered whooping cranes are the occasional visitors in the flocks of sandhill cranes during the annual migration through the Platte River Valley.
Sandhill cranes slumber on Nebraska’s Platte River. During the day, they lift off en masse to feed on waste corn to fatten up for the annual migration to Canada and Siberia.
The pre-dawn skies over the Platte River fill with thousands of sandhill cranes during the annual migration from Texas and Mexico to Canada and Siberia for the mating season.