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Husker Men lose big at Penn State

The Nebraska men’s basketball team posted its highest point total in more than a month Tuesday night, but the Huskers ran into a hot-shooting Penn State squad in a 95-71 loss at the Bryce Jordan Cen... Read More

Stamp Farms Co-Defendants Sentenced

OMAHA (DTN) -- Two of three men indicted on 14 counts of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and making false statements to attain loans and crop insurance for Decatur, Michigan-based Stamp Farms LLC, have been sentenced to prison time. They have been or... Read More

Fortenberry Announces Postponement of Farm Bill Review Session in Norfolk

Lincoln, NE – Congressman Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE) announced today that, due to severe weather conditions, the Farm Bill review session scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, February 20, at the Elkhorn Natural Resources District Conference Room in Norf... Read More

Backlash against Trump EPA pick fueled by 'biofuel reset'

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - EPA acting administrator Andrew Wheeler rejected a proposal from his staff that would have reduced the ambition of the nation’s biofuel policy over the next three years, arguing the targeted range it included for ann... Read More

Edwards Named National Player of the Week

Junior INF Tristen Edwards was named the Louisville Slugger/NFCA National Player of the Week announced on Tuesday afternoon. Edwards was also named College Sports Madness National Field Player of the Week and the Big Ten Player of the Week, announced... Read More

RMA Administrator: No Hemp Coverage Currently, New Enterprise Coverage Coming

SAN DIEGO (DTN) -- Martin Barbre, the administrator of the Agriculture Department's Risk Management Agency, told the crop insurance industry on Monday that agents can discuss crop insurance for hemp with farmers who are growing it, but must tell them... Read More

TRPHD reports three Influenza deaths

Holdrege, NE --- Three confirmed Influenza associated deaths have been reported this year in the Two Rivers district. The people especially at risk for flu related complications are people 65 and older, pregnant women, children, Alaska Natives, and A... Read More

Collaborative Program Brings Ag Leaders Together to Sharpen Skills

Corn farmers joined with their counterparts from other ag-focused organizations in Raleigh, N.C. and Washington, D.C. last week for the revisedLeadership At Its Best Program, sponsored bySyngenta. The new structure of the program allows leaders from ... Read More

USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue Will Be Keynote Speaker of 2019 Commodity Classic

WASHINGTON, DC  — U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue will be the keynote speaker at the 2019 Commodity Classic, held Feb. 28-March 2 in Orlando, Fla. Commodity Classic is one of the largest agriculture industry events, with close to 10 tho... Read More

K-State researchers seeking ways to protect flour

Most consumers typically don’t think that a food safety risk lurks in their kitchen’s flour bin, but a handful of product recalls since 2015 in the United States and other countries is changing that mindset. Rather than accept that it’s just t... Read More

UNK Theatre’s ‘The Ghost Sonata’ opens Wednesday

  KEARNEY – The University Theatre at Kearney presents “The Ghost Sonata” Wednesday through Sunday (Feb. 20-24) at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. “The Ghost Sonata” relates the adventures of a young student who idealizes the live... Read More