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Kearney - The 4th annual Nebraska Prescribed Fire Council’s Conference (NPFC) was held recently at the Holiday Inn in Kearney, Nebraska. This year’s theme “Innovations in Fire.” The news ... Read More

Winners Announced of 2016 College Aggies Online Scholarship Competition

The Animal Agriculture Alliance announced the winners of its annual College Aggies Online (CAO) scholarship program, which is designed to help college students with an interest in agriculture become confident, positive and proactive communicators whi... Read More

Congress Provides Necessary Relief from EPA’s SPCC Regulations

Statement by Scott Yager, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association environmental counsel on the Congressional passage of The Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act, which includes a provision to provide regulatory relief for farms from ... Read More

Global Commodity Oversupply and Industry Consolidation to Reshape U.S. Grain and Farm Supply Industries

A confluence of market factors will dramatically reshape the U.S. grain and farm supply industries between 2017 and 2019, according to new report from CoBank. Continued low commodity prices, increased foreign competition and the strong U.S. dollar wi... Read More

(Audio) Chat with the Chancellor - December 10

KRVN's Brandon Benitz sits down with UNK Chancellor, Doug Kristensen, for our weekly "Chat with the Chancellor" segment. This week, we chatted about how the campus responds to winter weather and how UNK lets Faculty, Staff, and Students know about... Read More

(Audio) Haymakers Split Games In Hershey On Friday

Hershey-A good start helped the Cozad girls pick up their first win of the season as they downed Hershey 44-28. Cozad never trailed as they put the game away in the fourth quarter as Sarah Yocom scored eight of her game high 14 points in the final e... Read More

Nebraska Specialty Crop Projects Receive Funding from USDA

From popcorn and peas to honey and hops, specialty crops are an important part of Nebraska’s agriculture industry. Sixteen specialty crop projects are set to receive more than $620,000 in funding as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (U... Read More

Celebrating Six Years of CommonGround

Six years ago this month, a friend called and asked if I would participate in a new program called CommonGround to help connect farm women with consumers. The goal was to engage in conversations about the food we grow and how we produce it. I w... Read More

Eagles And Wildcats Go 1-1

OVERTON – In the opening game of the Fort Kearney Conference schedule for both schools, Axtell and Overton split the girls/boys doubleheader on Friday night.  The Wildcats won the girls game 48-42 while the Eagles took the boys game 78-36. Axte... Read More

Extension Master Gardener Classes Start January 10th

Are you yearning for spring and the growing season? Beat the winter doldrums by attending the Nebraska Extension Master Gardener classes, starting Tuesday, January 10 at the Lincoln-Logan-McPherson County Extension Office, 348 W. State Farm Road, in... Read More

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 City 68, Gibbon 42 Archbishop Bergan 59, Omaha Br... Read More