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 With the winter weather approaching the Scottsbluff Police Department would like property owners in Scottsbluff to be aware of the following ordinances pertaining to snow removal. We did receive several complaints last year regarding snow and ice being pushed from private businesses onto the public roadway, which is a  violation that could result in a citation. Also attached are the snow routes for the city of Scottsbluff. We ask for assistance in helping the street department to keep the roadways clear. Thank you!

 

 

 

 

 

20-6-20. Snow, ice, mud; removal; nuisance.

It shall be unlawful for the occupant of any lot or the owner of any vacant lot within the City to suffer snow, sleet, ice, mud or other substance to accumulate on the sidewalk contiguous thereto, or to permit any hardened trodden snow, sleet, ice, mud or other substance to remain upon such sidewalk. Such sidewalk shall be cleaned within five (5) hours after the cessation of the storm, unless the storm or fall of snow shall have taken place in the nighttime, in which event the sidewalk shall be cleaned before 8:30 A.M. on the following day. Any snow, sleet, ice, mud or other substance which remains on a sidewalk contrary to the provisions of this section is hereby declared to be a public nuisance.

(Ord. 2713, 1982)

 

20-6-24. Removal from adjacent property onto street; restrictions.

It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, business or corporation to deposit or to permit the deposit of snow, sleet, ice or mud which has accumulated on non-City owned property onto a City street or alley. Provided, this restriction shall not apply to the deposit on City streets or alleys of snow, sleet, ice or mud which accumulated by Act of God on (1) curb sidewalks as provided for in Article 3 of Chapter 20 of the Municipal code, or (2) a property which is used exclusively as a one or two-family dwelling as defined in Article 22 of Chapter 25 of the Municipal code. (Ord. 3254, 1992)

 

22-6-61. Snow Emergency Routes, Designated. The streets described below are hereby declared to be snow emergency routes in the City of Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Appropriate signs or other traffic control devices shall be installed indicating the existence of such snow emergency routes. A designation of any street, avenue, road or highway or a portion thereof, as a snow emergency route shall in no way affect designation of that street, avenue, road or highway for any other purpose. The snow emergency routes are: South Beltline Highway from east city limits to West Overland Avenue I from South Beltline Highway to Highway 26 Avenue B from South Beltline Highway to 42nd Street Broadway from South Beltline Highway to 27th Street 5 th Avenue from South Beltline Highway to 42nd Street 21st Avenue from 7th Street to Highway 26 27th Street from west city limits to 21st Avenue 20th Street from South Beltline Highway to 21st Avenue East Overland from Broadway to 21st Avenue West Overland from Broadway to South Beltline Highway (Ord. 3797, 2004)

 


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Monday, February 25 th : Cheyenne County KS (St. Francis) St. Francis Emergency Building, 125 W Hwy 36

Tuesday, February 26 th : Thomas County (Colby) Community Building downstairs, 285 E 5 th Street
Monday, March 4 th : Greeley County (Tribune) Tribune Fire Department, Ingalls and W Greeley Avenue
Tuesday, March 5 th : Graham County (Hill City) Frontier Stage, 321 Main Street
Thursday March 7 th : Hitchcock County (Culbertson) Culbertson Fire Station, Warsaw and Taylor
Monday, March 11 th : Decatur County (Oberlin) Golden Age Center, 105 W Maple Street
Tuesday, March 12 th : Sherman County (Goodland) Wolak Building, 1006 Center Street
Wednesday, March 13 th : Cheyenne County CO (Kit Carson) Kit Carson Volunteer Fire Department, 306 W 287/Hwy 40
Thursday, March 14 th : Dundy County (Benkelman) EMS Building, 1305 A Street
Friday, March 15 th : Wallace County (Sharon Springs) Wallace County Fairgrounds CAB Building
Monday, March 18 th : Kit Carson County (Burlington) Burlington Ambulance Building, 1576 Lowell Avenue
Tuesday, March 19 th : Yuma County (Wray) Wray Fire Hall, 145 Main Street
Wednesday, March 20 th : Red Willow County (McCook) Heritage Senior Center, 1312 W 5 th Street
Thursday, March 21 st : Wichita County (Leoti) Leoti Fire House, 301 N 4 th Street
Monday, March 25 th : Gove County (Grainfield) Gove County 4-H Building, 757 W 3 rd Street
Tuesday, March 26 th : Sheridan County (Hoxie) Bowen Scott House, 1041 Sheridan Avenue
Thursday, March 28 th : Logan County (Oakley) Logan County Courthouse downstairs, 710 W 2 nd Street
Tuesday, April 2 nd : Rawlins County (Atwood) Prairie Development Center, 208 S 4 th Street
Wednesday, April 3 rd : Norton County (Norton) Prairie Land Electric Cooperative, 14935 US Hwy 36


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JUNE 21, 2019 (BRIDGEPORT, NEB.)  — The Morrill County Sheriff’s is able to release additional details regarding the crash that claimed the life of Nebraska State Trooper Jerry L. Smith, #373, on Thursday, June 20, 2019.

At approximately, 7:36 a.m., the Morrill County Sheriff’s Office received several 911 calls in reference to a three-vehicle crash west of Bridgeport on Highway 26, near mile marker 59. The 911 calls indicated that one of the vehicles involved was that of a Nebraska State Trooper. Sheriff’s deputies arrived on scene at 7:39 a.m. MDT.

The crash occurred when a 2002 Dodge Ram, driven by MaryJo Decora, 60, of Bridgeport, was stopped on the highway waiting to make a left turn into the Oregon Trail Memorial Cemetery. Decora’s vehicle was struck from behind by a 2005 Mazda Tribute, driven by Derek Lacrete, 28, of Lewellen. Lacrete’s vehicle hit the back, driver’s side of Decora’s vehicle, causing Lacrete’s vehicle to veer into the oncoming lane, colliding head-on with a Nebraska State Patrol 2016 Dodge Charger, driven by Trooper Jerry Smith, 51, of Scottsbluff.

Trooper Smith was pronounced deceased on the scene. Lacrete was ejected from his vehicle during the crash and was also pronounced deceased on the scene.

The Morrill County Sheriff’s Office, Nebraska State Patrol, Morrill County ALS, Scotts Bluff County Sheriff’s Office, Wyoming State Patrol, and fire departments from Bridgeport, Bayard, and Broadwater all responded to the scene.

The crash is still under investigation by the Morrill County Sheriff’s Office with reconstruction assistance from the Scotts Bluff County Sheriff’s Office.

Funeral services for Trooper Smith are pending. Details will be released when appropriate.

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CURTIS, Neb. – Ron Rosati, dean of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture at Curtis, plans to retire Aug. 5 from NCTA. Rosati was tapped as head administrator for the University of Nebraska’s sole two-year institution in July 2013.

 

Before completing his University of Nebraska service at year-end, Rosati will serve as senior advisor for the Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture (RICA) in Kigali, Rwanda. Opening in September, RICA is an English language institution dedicated to educating and inspiring a new generation of innovators in agriculture in Rwanda.

 

“Under Ron Rosati’s leadership, NCTA truly reached new heights in providing academic and financial access to higher education, as well as career preparation in the ag and veterinary technology industries,” said Mike Boehm, NU vice president for agriculture and natural resources, and Harlan Vice Chancellor for the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

 

“I want to thank Ron for his exemplary service and dedication over the past six years and wish him the best as he transitions into retirement.”

 

Kelly Bruns, director at NU’s West Central Research and Extension Center based in North Platte, has been named NCTA interim dean, while continuing to serve in his WCREC role. Bruns will lead NCTA campus administration with associate dean Jennifer McConville.

 

“It has been a privilege for me to serve NCTA as dean,” Rosati said. “The college is an exceptional place to work due to its small size, focus on agriculture and veterinary technology, and its emphasis on experiential learning.”

 

Rosati is a native of New York and has earned degrees in agricultural education and agronomy. He earned his doctorate from Iowa State, masters and bachelor’s from Cornell University, and associate degree from SUNY Farmingdale. Prior to moving to Nebraska, Rosati served in administrative capacities as provost at Southeast Missouri State University, provost at Alfred State College, State University of New York, and was a dean at Texas A&M University, Kingsville.

 

Rosati taught agricultural engineering technology and aquaculture for 19 years at Texas A&M University–Kingsville, Illinois State University, The Ohio State University – Agricultural Technical Institute, and Iowa State University.

 

Rosati led strategic initiatives at NCTA including a 28.5% enrollment growth from 2013-2018, increased fiscal strength from deficit to fiscal health, and added academic programs in agricultural welding, equine industry management, a general agriculture online degree certificate, and partnerships in dairy and poultry management.

 

“NCTA has been recognized nationally for the quality of its academic programs and the success of its graduates. It’s been very rewarding for me to work with the faculty and staff who are responsible for those successes,” Rosati said.

 

Other administrative progress at NCTA the past six years included developing new procedures and policies for advising, admissions, registration, student payment procedures, student transfers, academic catalogs, student and employee handbooks, and Title IX and ADA compliance.

 

Increased appropriations by the Nebraska Legislature enabled significant campus progress in programs, student resources, and pay equity for faculty. New initiatives in public relations and recruiting, federal approval for enrolling international students, and reaccreditation were further benchmarks.

 

Bruns, who holds a doctorate in animal science, has served as director of WCREC since Nov. 2015. Jerry Volesky, longtime range and forage specialist, will serve as interim associate director at WCREC.

 

A national search will be launched to identify a new permanent dean of NCTA.


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Sheriff Kapperman advises that on October 28 th , 2018 at approximately 1:30 p.m theFurnas County Sheriff’s Office received a report of terroristic threats at 720 7 th Street,Beaver City, Nebraska. The reporting party stated that Mark Hutchens, 56, of BeaverCity, Nebraska had fired a b.b gun at her and threatened to burn her house down. Anarrest warrant was filed for Mr. Hutchens for Third degree assault in a menacing manner

and terroristic threats, along with a search warrant for the b.b gun.The arrest warrant and search warrant were granted by Furnas County Court and signed. Entry was made into the residence of Mark and Jennifer Hutchens, 38, of Beaver City,Nebraska. During the execution of the search warrant for the b.b gun, methamphetamineand drug paraphernalia was located along with a shotgun. A second search warrant was obtained to search the residence for drugs, drug paraphernalia and other weapons. Mr. Hutchens is a felon and is prohibited from owning firearms. Additional items of drug paraphernalia, methamphetamine, marijuana and multiple firearms and knives were located in the residence. Jennifer Hutchens was arrested for one count of possession of a control substance (methamphetamine) and possession of drug paraphernalia. Mark Hutchens was arrested for the
arrest warrant and the additional charges of possession of a control substance (methamphetamine), possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a deadly weapon by a prohibited person and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana.Both Mr. and Mrs. Hutchens appeared in the Furnas County Court and were arraigned on all charges on Monday, October 29 th , 2018, they are due back for preliminary hearing on Monday, November 05 th , 2018. Mr. Hutchens bond was set at $30,000 subject to 10% and Mrs. Hutchens bond was set at $5,000 subject to 10%. At the time of this press release Mrs. Hutchens has bonded out of jail and Mr. Hutchens remains in custody.


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AUGUST 28, 2019 (CURTIS, NEB.)  — The Frontier County Sheriff’s Office, with the assistance of the Nebraska State Patrol and several other law enforcement agencies, has arrested a juvenile for making a threatening social media post toward Medicine Valley School.

Tuesday morning, August 27, Medicine Valley School was made aware of social media posts that included a threat of violence against the people of the school. The Frontier County Sheriff’s Office responded and worked to secure the school.

Several other agencies assisted in various aspects of the investigation, which led investigators to arrest a 14-year-old female. The juvenile was cited for making terroristic threats. A probation assessment determined that the juvenile could remain at home following the arrest.

The investigation revealed that no other person was involved in the creation of the threats. There is no safety concern at the school this morning.

The Frontier County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Nebraska State Patrol, Nebraska Information Analysis Center, North Platte Police Department, McCook Police Department, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, and the FBI. 

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Two more McCook Community College sophomores are moving on to play volleyball in the fall. Sophomores Brooklyn Evans and Haley Jacobsen will be teammates at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Mo.

The duo signed their letters of intent Friday afternoon in a joint ceremony, although the two didn’t realize they were interested in the same college until later in the school search process.

“I guess what sold me on Missouri Valley College was the family-vibe I felt when I visited,” Evans said.

When Jacobsen visited campus she said noticed right away that having a men’s volleyball added a whole additional layer of energy to the sport she’s always loved.

“I was a great experience and the best opportunity for me to go to a school where I can compete, have fun and learn,” Jacobsen said.

Located in Marshall, Mo., Missouri Valley University is an NAIA school competing in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. The Vikings volleyball team went 14-17 this past season.

Evans and Jacobsen become the fifth and sixth players among the seven sophomores who have signed on with four-year programs to continue their college volleyball careers.

These players were part of a sophomore squad helping lead the Lady Indians to back-to-back 20-win seasons for the first time this century and also helped MCC capture its first Nebraska Community College Athletic Conference Championship in 38 years and finished the season at 21-14, which included wins against two top-20 ranked opponents.

Evans is a 5-7 libero from Ogden, Utah, who converted from setter after her freshman season.

Evans, named co-captain in August, played in 35 matches for the Lady Indians leading the team in digs wit 321 (2.43 percent). That total ranked ninth among players in the Region IX South Division. She also had 98 assists (10th most in the division) and 37 service aces (ranked 11th in the region).

She will continue playing her libero/defensive position for the Vikings.

At MCC, Evans said she loved all the opportunities to help develop her leadership skills both on and off the court.

She is a nursing student who is interested in pursuing emergency room opportunities.

Jacobsen is a 5-9 middle blocker/right side hitter from Chatfield High School in Littleton Colo., who played in 25 matches for the Lady Indians where she had 78 kills, 41 digs, and 50 total blocks. Her blocks per set (0. 66) was 11th best in among players competing in the Region IX South Division.

At Missouri Valley College, she expects to continue playing right side where she spent most of her time this past season.

She knows she’s going to miss her coach and teammates.

At MCC she’s majoring in business and is interested in a career in human resources.





Haley Jacobsen

Brooklyn Evans

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Earning All SWC Honors were the TOP 15 Runners in the High School boys and girls races.

Team Champions
Girls - Ainsworth
Boys - Minden

Team Runner Up
Girls - Minden
Boys - Broken Bow

View full results below.




   Mens Varsity

1. McCook 180
2. Minden 108
3. Ogallala 66
4. Gothenburg 65
5. Cozad 40
6. Ainsworth 37
7. Valentine 21
8. Broken Bow 9
  Womens Varsity
1. Gothenburg 125
2. Ogallala 104.5
3. McCook 90.5
4. Cozad 71
5. Broken Bow 52
6. Ainsworth 41
7. Minden 28
8. Valentine 15

 

Individual Results





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The Southwest Conference Volleyball Tournament will take place on Friday, October 19th at Cozad High School.  McCook has received the #6 seed and will take on #3 seed Minden in the opening round of the conference tournament at 12:00pm.  View the full bracket below.





The Southwest Roughrider Football team finished the 2018 season with a 2-6 record and failed to make the playoffs. This season Southwest will be led by a familiar but New Head Coach Christian Arterburn who is also the Southwest Roughrider Boys Basketball Head Coach. He will use his relationship he has already built with the boys through Basketball, in hopes it will translate to the football field this season. Head Coach Christian Arterburn says he just want’s to change the culture and attitude right now. Southwest will open up the season Friday, September 6th at Perkins County.

 

 





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Nebraska Athletics and the Husker Sports Network are excited to announce that Saturday's Homecoming game with Northwestern will feature a Spanish-language radio broadcast in addition to the English broadcast led by Greg SharpeMatt Davison and Ben McLaughlin.
 
The Spanish broadcast will be available for free on Huskers.com and the Huskers app and will be carried over the air on Lobo 97.7 FM serving Omaha, Lincoln and eastern Nebraska and Le Grand 93.3 FM serving Grand Island and central. Enrique "Kike" Morales and Oscar "El Tico" Monterroso will call the game, with Morales describing the play-by-play and Monterroso adding color commentary. Morales and Monterroso serve as the Spanish-language announcing crew for the Kansas City Chiefs, in partnership with Tico Sports.
 
Saturday will mark the first non-English broadcast of a Nebraska game for both Nebraska Athletics and the Husker Sports Network.
 
 "This broadcast is an exciting opportunity to introduce new fans to Husker Football and grow the listenership of the Husker Sports Network," Husker Sports Network General Manager David Witty said.
"We want to thank Andy Ruback with Flood Communications and Alan Usher with Hometown Family Radio for helping us bring this broadcast to listeners of their stations.  We also want to thank Tico Sports, specifically Enrique Morales and Oscar Monterroso, for bringing experienced and professional football broadcasting to the Husker Sports Network, to ensure we are providing the best possible broadcast."
 
"We are excited to bring a Spanish-Language radio broadcast to Husker fans in Nebraska and around the world for our game with Northwestern," Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos said. "The timing is especially fitting with the game falling in National Hispanic Heritage Month and as a part of the University's Homecoming festivities.  This broadcast is an important step in making sure we engage a growing demographic of Nebraska's population and welcome all fans to Husker Nation."
 
Saturday's Spanish broadcast will begin with a pregame show at 2:45 p.m., leading up to the 3 p.m. kickoff.



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Nebraska junior wide receiver JD Spielman was honored Thursday afternoon, as he was named to the Biletnikoff Award preseason watch list.

It was the second straight year Spielman garnered a spot on the Biletnikoff Award watch list. The award is presented to that season’s most outstanding FBS receiver, regardless of position.

Spielman is one of only five Big Ten players on the 50-member preseason list. The 5-foot-9, 180-pounder has a chance to finish his junior season as the most prolific receiver in Nebraska history. He is only 68 catches and 1,099 yards away from the Husker career record in both categories.

Last season, Spielman hauled in 66 passes for 881 yards and eight touchdowns, despite missing the final two games of the season. He finished on NU’s top-10 single-season list in catches (third), yards (ninth) and touchdowns (seventh). Spielman ranked among the Big Ten leaders in receptions per game (6.6, second), receiving yards per game (81.8, fourth) and all-purpose yards per game (111.5, fifth) en route to earning All-Big Ten honors for the second straight season.

His best performance came against nationally-ranked Wisconsin, when he shattered Nebraska’s single-game receiving record with 209 yards. He is the only player in school history with a 200-yard receiving game. Spielman hauled in 10 passes for 135 yards against Purdue and is the only receiver in school history with multiple double-digit reception games.

The 2019 Biletnikoff Award winner will be presented live on December 12, 2019, at the Home Depot College Football Awards on ESPN.





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Spielman Chosen for Paul Hornung Award Watch List

Nebraska wide receiver JD Spielman picked up his second watch list recognition on Thursday, as the junior was named to the 2019 Paul Hornung Award presented by Texas Roadhouse.

 

Spielman was tabbed for the list for the second consecutive season and is one of 44 players, including eight from the Big Ten, on the initial watch list. The award is presented to the most versatile player in college football. Players on this year’s watch list accounted for 15,343 rushing yards, 18,538 receiving yards, 14,401 kickoff return yards, 2,897 punt return yards and 323 total tackles in 2018. Reminiscent of Hornung during his playing days, members of the watch list demonstrated a knack for scoring numerous ways. Last season, the watch list players combined for 316 total touchdowns in six different ways – rushing; receiving; passing; and returning punts, kickoffs and interceptions.

 

Spielman, a 5-foot-9, 180-pound wide receiver, has a chance to finish his junior season as the most prolific receiver in school history and has ranked in the top five in the Big Ten in all-purpose yards per game in both seasons as a Husker. He enters his junior campaign needing only 68 catches and 1,099 yards to break NU career records in both categories.

 

Last season, Spielman hauled in 66 passes for 881 yards and eight touchdowns, despite missing the final two games of the season. He finished on NU’s top-10 single-season list in catches (third), yards (ninth) and touchdowns (seventh). He ranked among the Big Ten leaders in receptions per game (6.6, second), receiving yards per game (81.8, fourth) and all-purpose yards per game (111.5, fifth) en route to earning All-Big Ten honors for the second straight season.

 

His best performance came against nationally-ranked Wisconsin, when he shattered Nebraska’s single-game receiving record with 209 yards. He is the only player in school history with a 200-yard receiving game. Spielman hauled in 10 passes for 135 yards against Purdue and is the only receiver in school history with multiple double-digit reception games.

 

Spielman will look to be NU’s first-ever winner of the honor, while Ameer Abdullah was a finalist in 2014. The last three winners have come from the Big Ten, including 2018 recipient Rondale Moore of Purdue. The award will announce five finalists in November with the winner being selected in early December.

 

Stille Nominated for Wuerffel Trophy

Lincoln – University of Nebraska defensive linemen Ben Stille was announced Thursday as one of the candidates for the 2019 Wuerffel Trophy. The Wuerffel Trophy is awarded to the FBS player that best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement.

 

It is the second watch list for Stille, who was named to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® watch list last week. Stille is one of seven Big Ten players on the 86-member list.

 

Stille has been active in the Huskers’ Life Skills program, volunteering his time with the FCA, Husker Heroes, TeamMates, the Nebraska Football Road Race and local hospital visits. For his efforts, he received the Sam Foltz Hero 27 Leadership Award earlier this spring, and was named to the Tom Osborne and Brook Berringer Citizenship teams for the past three years. Earlier this year, he was also involved in the Husker football team’s efforts for raise money for flood relief victims following the spring floods across Nebraska.

 

The semifinalists for the award will be announced on November 5 and finalists will be announced on November 18. The formal announcement of the 2019 recipient will be made at the National Football Foundation's festivities in New York City on December 10.

 

Frost Named to Dodd Trophy Watch List

 http://www.thedoddtrophy.com/the-dodd-trophy-announces-2019-preseason-watch-list/





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Nebraska fans can secure their tickets for the Red-White Spring Game presented by First National Bank beginning in early February. The spring game will be played on Saturday, April 13 at Memorial Stadium, with kickoff time to be determined.

 

Tickets will be available to the general public on Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 10 a.m. Nebraska football season ticket holders will have the first opportunity to purchase spring game tickets beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 10 a.m.

 

A limit of 10 tickets per account will be in place for both season ticket holders and the public on-sale, an adjustment from last year’s maximum order of 20 tickets. While season ticket holders will have the first opportunity to purchase, a minimum of 15,000 tickets will be available for the public sale on Feb. 6, an increase of 5,000 tickets from 2018.

 

The first opportunity to purchase spring game tickets is one of the many benefits offered to season ticket holders. Nebraska fans may purchase tickets on-line at Huskers.com, by phone at 1-800-8-BIG RED or in person at the Nebraska Athletic Ticket Office, located in the Stadium Drive Parking Garage (8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays).

 

All individuals entering Memorial Stadium for the spring game will need a ticket. The majority of tickets are $10 and all seats are reserved. A limited number of $20 club seats will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

Youth eighth grade or younger will be admitted for free, but must secure a complimentary ticket. UNL students will be admitted for free, but must secure a ticket for admittance. UNL faculty and staff can purchase a reserved ticket for $5 with a staff ID.

 

Nebraska drew a record 86,818 fans for the 2018 spring game, the largest attendance for any FBS spring game last year.

2019 Red-White Spring Game presented by First National Bank Date: Saturday, April 13 Kickoff: TBA
Tickets on Sale: Feb. 5, 10 a.m., Football Season Ticket Holders; Feb. 6, 10 a.m., General PublicTicket Prices: $10 reserved tickets; $20 club seats (pending availability)
* UNL Faculty & Staff, $5 (Tickets should be purchased in person at Nebraska Athletic Ticket Office or over the phone to receive discount, must show staff ID at gate on game day);
* Current UNL Students, Free (must secure a ticket via Huskers.com beginning on Feb. 6 at 10 a.m.)
* Youth 8th grade and younger, Free (must secure a ticket via Huskers.com), limit of two complimentary youth tickets for each regular ticket purchased.
Ticket Limit: Maximum of 10 tickets per account
Radio/Internet: Husker Sports Network/Huskers.com
Television: TBD





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