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Editorial: Kearney business leaders concerned about proposed UNK cuts

Darren Robinson,  President Economic Development Council of Buffalo County Derek Rusher, President/CEO Kearney Area Chamber of Commerce Roger Jasnoch, Director Kearney Visitors Bureau &... Read More

High School Basketball Scores

BOYS PREP BASKETBALL= Class A= A-2= Millard West 61, Omaha Burke 59 Omaha Creighton Prep 81, Omaha Benson 49 A-3= Lincoln East 75, Omaha Northwest 41 Lincoln High 57, Papillion-LaVista South 47 A-5= Omaha Westside 71, Milla... Read More

Sugar spokesman says producers need to tell their story to Congress

  The Farm Bill will end on Sept. 30th and while that seems like a way off, Phillip Hays, of the American Sugar Alliance says it's important now more than ever for congress to meet the growers. Hayes was in Scottsbluff Thursday for the Neb... Read More

Free workshops to focus on spring turkey hunting

LINCOLN, Neb. – Learn all aspects of spring turkey hunting at free workshops hosted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission across the state. The workshops are designed for individuals with limited experience who want to expand their knowledge... Read More

Beavers Chew Huskers

Surprise, Ariz. – The Nebraska baseball team (4-3) fell behind 5-0 after two innings and ultimately lost to No. 2 Oregon State, 10-3, in the Big Ten/Pac-12 Challenge at Surprise Stadium on Saturday evening. Junior left-hander Jake McSte... Read More

Bill to grant ex-felons immediate voting rights introduced for second year

LINCOLN--A bill that would restore voting rights to felons upon completion of their sentences was heard by  the Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee at the Nebraska State Capitol on Feb. 22. Introduced by Omaha Sen. Justin Wayne,... Read More

2018 Corn and Soy Collegiate Ambassadors announced

This year, 10 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students, as part of the 2018 Corn and Soy Collegiate Ambassador Program, are getting the chance to learn more about the agriculture industry. The Nebraska Corn Growers Association and Nebraska Soybean ... Read More

Nebraska Indicator: Declining Dollar Supports Outlook for 2018

Lincoln, Ne. -- Economic growth will continue in Nebraska through the summer of 2018, according to the most recent leading economic indicator report from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The indicator, a composite of economic factors that predi... Read More

UNK sorority hosting annual Red Dress Poker Tournament

KEARNEY – This is one poker tournament where it’s a good thing to be in the red. The Alpha Phi sorority at the University of Nebraska at Kearney will host its 13th annual Red Dress Poker Tournament on Thursday (March 1), bringing dozens of p... Read More

Biofuel groups not invited to rumored RFS meeting called by Trump

President Donald Trump has invited federal lawmakers at the center of the Renewable Fuel Standard debate to a meeting at the White House Tuesday, Feb. 27,  to discuss potential reform, Reuters reported on Thursday. So far, though, DTN has not been a... Read More

Girls State Basketball Tournament Pairings Released

Pairings for the 2018 Nebraska State High School Girls Basketball Tournament in Lincoln were released on Saturday. The tournament starts on Thursday. Click here to view pairings ...... Read More