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High School Basketball Scores

Friday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS BASKETBALL Adams Central 68, Centura 43 Allen 38, Homer 29 Alliance 50, Gering 36 Alma 62, Wilcox-Hildreth 45 Amherst 65, Loomis 32 Arcadia-Loup ... Read More

Daberkow promoted to role of head football coach

SEWARD, Neb. – Leader of one of the nation’s top defensive teams, Patrick Daberkow has been promoted to the position of head football coach at Concordia University, as announced by the athletic department on Friday (Dec. 9). Members of the tea... Read More

(AUDIO) Black Hills Energy donated appliances in day-long giving program

Click here for interview on BHE "Improving Life Day" Black Hills Energy crews fanned out across 30 Nebraska communities Wednesday where they delivered 110 home appliances to non-profit organizations that help the public. Spokesperson... Read More

Consider Aphid-Resistant Soybeans for 2017

Soybean aphids are sneaky. Attacks seem to come out of nowhere, and recently, the pest has also shown an increasing ability to withstand insecticidal controls. That's why entomologists such as University of Minnesota's Bob Koch are encouraging growe... Read More

Huskers Storm Back For Thrilling 3-2 Win, Will Play Washington in Elite Eight Match

LINCOLN, Neb. - The top-seeded Nebraska volleyball team kept its hopes of a repeat national title alive on Friday, rallying from a two-set deficit for a thrilling 3-2 win over 16th-seeded Penn State in front of 8,240 fans inside the Bob Devaney ... Read More

University suspends frat house, citing behavior problems

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has suspended its Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, citing concerns about alcohol use and other problems. The university said Thursday that frat members likely were involved in problematic alcohol us... Read More

World Grain Stocks Get Bigger as US Sleeps

One of the first comments I saw regarding USDA's December Crop Production and Supply and Demand reports was that someone must have just copied and pasted last month's reports into the file. A quick glance through the numbers would seem to confirm thi... Read More

Moore Assumes American Soybean Association Presidency, Iowa’s Heisdorffer Elected Vice President

Ron Moore, a soybean farmer from Roseville, Ill., assumed the role of president of the American Soybean Association (ASA) at the organization’s annual winter meeting this week in St. Louis. Moore served as ASA’s vice president throughout 2016, an... Read More

Huskers rally to stun Nittany Lions

LINCOLN, Neb. - The top-seeded Nebraska volleyball team kept its hopes of a repeat national title alive on Friday, rallying from a two-set deficit for a thrilling 3-2 win over 16th-seeded Penn State in front of 8,240 fans inside the Bob Devaney Sport... Read More

Iowa Beef Checkoff Votes to Reinstating the Beef Checkoff

Iowa beef producers have spoken. They want an extra 50 cents per head of cattle to be used for promoting Iowa beef. Preliminary results of the Nov. 30 referendum show 56 percent of Iowa beef producers in favor of reinstating the Iowa beef checkoff, ... Read More

Court Denies Syngenta Appeal Request

The legal battle between farmers and Syngenta over Viptera corn continues. On Wednesday, a federal appeals court denied Syngenta's request to appeal a district court decision that would have established a major class of farmers who could have been da... Read More