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Denver Broncos draft Fant with 21st overall Pick

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- University of Iowa junior tight end Noah Fant was selected by the Denver Broncos in the first round of Thursday's NFL Draft in downtown Nashville. Fant was the 21st player picke... Read More

New company assumes ownership of Cozad skilled care facility

Will become known as Emerald Nursing & Rehab Cozad.  A New York-based company will become the new owner of Golden Living Center-Cozad, also known as Cozad Care and Rehabilitation Center. Emerald Healthcare of New York is assuming ownership a... Read More

As Ag Implements Hit the Road, Drivers Reminded to Stay Alert

(LINCOLN, NEB.)  — As Nebraska’s agriculture producers ramp up their work to feed America, the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) is advising drivers to keep an eye out for agricultural implements working near and traveling on Nebraska’s roads. “... Read More

Huskers Announce 2019 Volleyball Schedule

The Nebraska volleyball team announced its 2019 schedule on Thursday. The Huskers will play 15 matches against 2018 NCAA Tournament teams, including a national championship rematch against Stanford at the Devaney Center in September. Seventeen of Neb... Read More

Panhandle residents among new members of Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement

Three people from the Panhandle are among a dozen new members of the Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement. The three, Nancy Peterson of Gordon, Douglas Olsen of Harrisburg, and Rick Larson of Potter, were elected during a banquet at the Nebra... Read More

Measles: A Nationwide Issue

  Measles disease has become a nationwide issue over the past few months with more than 626 cases in 22 states as of April 19th, 2019. Several of the surrounding states have reported measles cases. These states include Colorado, Missouri and Iowa... Read More

Members Approve Unification of Frontier Cooperative & Midwest Farmers Cooperative

Brainard, NE & Elmwood, NE – Following a four-week voting period, Frontier Cooperative and Midwest Farmers Cooperative members approved the unification of their cooperatives. The unification of the two cooperatives will be effective September ... Read More

Back in Black

A drawn-out harvest prevented many farmers from completing fall fieldwork. That may increase the susceptibility of many fields to one of our perennial pests, the black cutworm (Agrotis ipsilon). And, if the winds blow just right, they'll be paying yo... Read More

District Soccer Districts Set

The NSAA has set District Tournament Brackets for next week. Class A-2 Boys Class  A-5 Boys Class A-5 Girls Class B-7 Boys Class B-7 Girls Class B-8 Boys Class B-8 Girls...... Read More

Iowa Manufacturers, Farmers Call on President Trump to Roll Back Tariffs

Leaders of a major Iowa equipment manufacturer and Iowa farmers reiterated their calls Wednesday for President Donald Trump to remove tariffs against trading partners that have driven up the prices of steel and aluminum as well as retaliatory tariffs... Read More

Storm Pick Up Big Post Season Honors

Kearney, NE. – The United States Hockey League (USHL) announced on Thursday that the Storm’s Ronnie Attard, Zac Jones, and Isaiah Saville have been awarded with USHL Year End Awards for the 2018-2019 season. Ronnie Attard has been named the 2018-... Read More