The Box Butte County Assessor and Deputy Assessor, Tiffany Elkins, attended the 2019 Assessor Workshop in Gering, Nebraska August 26 through 29. Staff from the Department of Revenue Property Assessment Division gave presentations to those in attendance. Other education provided were Appraisi…

The Alliance Public Library will offer two Introduction to Crochet Classes in the library on Friday, Sept. 20 for students in fifth grade and older. One class will run 2:30-3:30 p.m. and another from 3:30-4:30 p.m. There is a limit of six students in each class; this will be the same class t…

Jim Salestrom has been a friend of the Willow Tree Festival almost since the beginning, which was 36 years ago. We are welcoming Jim back again this year to perform on both the Gazebo Stage in the park, and also on the Community Stage inside the City Hall building. His last performance in Go…

A new transportation service is on the horizon thanks to Panhandle Trails Intercity Public Transit, a Nebraska nonprofit organization based in Alliance, NE. Panhandle Connect will match passengers with independent contractor drivers receiving a base rate plus mileage. This program will focus…

Construction work on Nance Road will start on September 11, 2019. The plan, as of September 4, 2019, is to work on Nance Road from the BNSF railway east to the City of Alliance Corporate Limits and CR61 from Nance Road north approximately 300 feet.

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Cutline: Pictured left to right are Scout Master Shawn Varner, Garrett Myers, Drew Varner, David Standage, Ayden Digmann, Jerry Hampton and Janet Lienemann Cabela’s/Bass Pro, (Sidney).

Out of the Darkness community walks are coming up in Alliance, Scottsbluff, and Sidney with the primary goal to raise awareness of the devastating effects of suicide and to raise funds for local and national suicide prevention and awareness programs.

Citing Joshua Allen’s maintained sobriety, District Court Judge Travis O’Gorman sentenced Joshua Allen to serve 18 months probation and pay a $300 for attempted terroristic threats, criminal mischief and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Joslinn Merrill proudly showcases her entry into the Alliance Times-Herald weekly coloring contest. As the winner, she received a coupon for a free small Chiller and a frisbee from Maverik. Turn to page B5 to see this week’s contest.

The Alliance Public Library celebrated their 100th book, “Beyond the Titanic,” written by local author and book club member Mary Wernke. During the celebration, the group shared memories of the group, and viewed displays of photos, newspaper clippings, book art, book selections and snacks pr…

Box Butte General Hospital is excited to announce Obstetric care/labor and delivery services will resume October 1. Greater Nebraska Medical & Surgical Services and Alliance Family Medicine are happy to welcome new and transferring OB patients of all stages at that time. Preparations are…

Congressman Adrian Smith came to Alliance last Tuesday as part of an agricultural update tour throughout the Third Congressional District.

Patrick Maag, Sales Manager for Mobius Communications Company, showcases maps of the service area during business after hours. Mobius Communications was selected as the Alliance Chamber of Commerce’s Spotlight Business of the Month.

Alliance Young Life ROCK (Reaching Out to Community Kids) kids younger than middle school joined in the fun and fellowship of Camp NebWyoDak thanks to grants from The Snow-Redfern Foundation and The Mission Store.

Gabe Busch proudly displays his entry into this week’s coloring contest. As the winner, he received a coupon for a free small Chiller and a frisbee from Maverik. Turn to page B5 for this week’s contest.

Front, l-r: Allison Price, counselor at Grandview, Mattie Churchill, counselor at Emerson, Jo Underwood, High School math, Melissa Heupel, special education at Grandview. Back, l-r: Jodi Crile, third grade at Grandview, Sherry Belford, multimedia at Alliance Middle School, Sydnie Jeffrey, Hi…

The winner of this week’s coloring contest was Cecilia Arneson. As the winner of the contest, she received a coupon for a free small Chiller from Maverik. Turn to page B5 to see this week’s coloring contest. 

Pictured L to R bottom row Trisha Thayer, Jennifer (Cordell) Risse, Amber Spanel, Erin (Harris) Robak, Dana (Buskirk) Bauer, Megan (Schefcik) Vetter, Tiffany (Fierstein) Montes, Dodi (Bailey) Megli, Second row Lindsay Knoll, Brooke (Kusek) Odean, Traci (Reed) Hadden, Sarah (Davis) Sleicher, …

On Aug. 7, the BNSF Railway Foundation donated $10,000 to Alliance Pillars for the Park. In attendance for the check presentation were (L-R) Pillars for the Park board member Caleb Schnell, Alliance Vice-Mayor Brian Mischnick, Pillars for the Park board president Tami Swearingen, BNSF’s Jeff…