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North Platte NRD and local ag businesses donate to food pantry

The North Platte Natural Resources District, NPNRD, delivered 7,850 lbs. of food to the Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska, CAPWN, food pantry in Gering on Thursday, Dec. 14. The week... Read More

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Brandon Benitz is once again joined by Doug Kristensen, the Chancellor at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, for our weekly “Chat with the Chancellor”, here in the Fall 2017 semester. This month, we talk about the unveiling of the new UNK... Read More

Sarpy County files 2nd lawsuit after Gretna annexation

PAPILLION, Neb. (AP) _ Sarpy County has filed a second lawsuit challenging an annexation by Gretna that doubles the city's land area. The Omaha World-Herald reports the county on Thursday filed the lawsuit, which claims the annexation is illegal b... Read More

(Audio) Dusters Sweep Swedes

HOLDREGE - After a tough start to the season for the Holdrege girls and boys basketball teams, it was a good night against the visiting Gothenburg Swedes as the Duster girls won in overtime 56-54 for their first win and the boys beat Gothenburg sound... Read More

Nebraska’s Pork Producers Donate 160 Hams for the Holidays

The holidays aren’t always a time of abundance for everyone. So in the spirit of giving, Nebraska’s pork producers have donated approximately 1400 pounds of boneless hams to 11 different organizations in Lincoln and Omaha that serve those in need... Read More

Thunder coming to town

Kearney, Neb. – The Nebraska-Kearney women's basketball team caps "Finals Week" with a home game this Saturday against Manhattan Christian College. The game tips at 2 p.m. and then UNK (8-2) won't play again until hosting York on Saturday... Read More

Huskers Host No. 13 Kansas Saturday Night

Nebraska wraps up a grueling four-game stretch with one of the most anticipated non-conference home games in recent history, as the Huskers host No. 13 Kansas Saturday night. Tipoff from a sold out Pinnacle Bank Arena is set for 7 p.m., as a crowd... Read More

Huskers Face Florida in National Title Match

The fifth-seeded Nebraska volleyball team will face No. 2 seed Florida in the NCAA Championship at 8 p.m. (CT) on Saturday at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. Nebraska earned its eighth all-time trip to the NCAA Championship match after a thrilli... Read More

NPPD retail, wholesale rates remain stable in 2018

Columbus, Neb. – Electric rates for wholesale and retail customers of Nebraska Public Power District will remain stable for 2018 with no overall average increase in either category of customers. NPPD President and CEO Pat Pope praised work done b... Read More

Rural broadband: better off with or without net neutrality

Net neutrality was voted down yesterday and the Federal Communications Commission, F.C.C., will move forward with dismantling the rules regulating businesses that connect consumers to the internet. While the new rules won’t take effect for at le... Read More

Storm comeback falls short against Dubuque

Kearney, NE. – The Tri-City Storm put together a late rally but was unable to complete the comeback tonight at the Viaero Center in a 4-2 loss to Dubuque. Three first period goals scored by the Fighting Saints proved to be too much for the Storm... Read More