Nebraska, Kansas & Colorado Continue Cooperation with Water Agreement

(Manhattan, Kan.) Today, reflecting the continued spirit of cooperation, Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska, along with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, have reached an agreement that will ensure more certa... Read More

Huskers poised for conference wrestling meet

The Nebraska wrestling team heads to Columbus, Ohio over the weekend for the Big Ten Championships at St. John Arena. The conference tournament begins on Saturday at 9 a.m. (CT) with the first session. Session II, also on Saturday, starts at 5 p.m... Read More

Nebraska senators pass bill to increase marriage license fee

LINCOLN, Neb.  A bill to increase the cost of marriage license fees in Nebraska has passed in the Legislature after a prolonged debate. Lawmakers voted 42-4 Friday to pass the measure, which would raise the county fee for marriage licenses from $... Read More

Windbreak Workshop Hosted by Nebraska Forest Service at Upper Big Blue NRD

The Upper Big Blue NRD and the Nebraska Forest Service will be hosting a free Windbreak Workshop on March 20, 2015, at the Upper Big Blue NRD Office in York from  9:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon.   The York office is located at 105 N. Lincoln Avenue. &n... Read More

Man arrested in domestic assault case

Lexington Police officers responded to a report of a domestic assault shortly before 10:00am Tuesday at a Lexington residence. According to a court affidavit, an argument broke out and a woman was assaulted by animal feces being smeared on her. The d... Read More

72-year-old man dies after Custer County crash

BROKEN BOW, Neb.  A   one-vehicle rollover east of Broken Bow has resulted in  a  fatality.   The crash occurred  Thursday nine miles east of  the community on Highway 70.    The Custer County Sheriff's Office investigated the crash which... Read More

Nebraska Medicaid Losses Top $400 Million

Lyons, Nebraska - Since Jan 1, 2014, Nebraska has been forfeiting $930,096 per day in federal funds that could provide health insurance for over 54,000 low-income, working Nebraska families and individuals. OnMarch 6th, the amount of forfeited feder... Read More

Lopers Come Up Short At MIAA Tourney

Kearney, Neb. – Senior guard Taevaunn Prince had a double double and Missouri Southern State used a big first half run to eliminate Nebraska Kearney, 97-88, from the MIAA Tournament Thursday night in Kansas City, Mo. The third-seeded Lions improve ... Read More

Budget Proposal Would Cost K-State, KU

ASSOCIATED PRESS - A legislative committee’s proposed budget for the Kansas higher education system would shift money away from Kansas State University and the main University of Kansas campus. The Senate Ways and Means Committee on Thursday app... Read More

ARC or PLC? Free Webinar March 12 to Address Farm Bill Programs

Helping farmers choose the right farm bill risk coverage package will be the topic of a free DTN webinar March 12, co-sponsored by the National Corn Growers Association. Farmers and ranchers will have to decide soon which risk coverage package is ... Read More

Budget Proposal Would Cost K-State, KU

ASSOCIATED PRESS - A legislative committee’s proposed budget for the Kansas higher education system would shift money away from Kansas State University and the main University of Kansas campus. The Senate Ways and Means Committee on Thursday app... Read More