- Associated Press - Friday, April 18, 2014

GERING, Neb. (AP) - The Minatare (mihn-uh-TEHR’) Village Board and the Gering (GEER’-ing) City Council have accepted an agreement regarding the Scotts Bluff County Communications Center.

Their decisions earlier this week means they’ll join the six other county communities in funding upgrades at the dispatch center.

Gering and Minatare had gone to court in December to ensure the county wouldn’t stop providing them with emergency dispatch services as they squabbled with the county over some points in the agreement. The two communities soon dropped their lawsuit and resumed talks.

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