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Russia Bans US Corn and Soybeans

Russia Bans US Corn, Soybeans from Feb. 15 Russia will ban imports of U.S. soybeans and corn (used for popcorn production) from Feb. 15 due to what they say are phytosanitary concerns, according to s... Read More

Kansas Senate approves bill to decrease Medicaid drug costs

ASSOCIATED PRESS - The Kansas Senate has approved a bill designed to cut Kansas’ costs in providing prescription drugs for poor and disabled residents. The chamber’s vote Wednesday was 23-16, sending the measure to the House. The bill would... Read More

Wisconsin Too Much For Huskers

Madison, Wis. – Nebraska ran into a hot-shooting Wisconsin team Wednesday night, as the Badgers hit 11 3-pointers in a 72-61 win over the Huskers. Wisconsin (15-9, 7-4) hit 11-of-18 from 3-point range, including four consecutive 3-pointers after Ne... Read More

Top 25 College Basketball

TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Wednesday's Games? Texas Tech 85 (14) Iowa St. 82, OT Alabama 63 (15) Texas A&M 62 Tulsa 82 (16) SMU 77 Marquette 96 (20) Providence 91, 2OT (21) Baylor 82 Kansas St. 72 Thursday's Games No. 4 Iowa at Indiana, 9 ... Read More


NHL Wednesday's Games Detroit 3, Ottawa 1 N.Y. Rangers 3, Pittsburgh 0 Vancouver 2, Arizona 1 Thursday's Games Los Angeles at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. Buffalo at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Anaheim at Columbus, 7 p.m. Colorado at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. W... Read More


NBA Wednesday's Games Charlotte 117, Indiana 95 Sacramento 114, Philadelphia 110 San Antonio 98, Orlando 96 Memphis 109, Brooklyn 90 Boston 139, L.A. Clippers 134, OT Denver 103, Detroit 92 Atlanta 113, Chicago 90 Minnesota 117, Toronto 112 ... Read More

NPCC hosts district agriculture competition

North Platte Community College was bustling with activity Wednesday as more than 260 Nebraska FFA Association students took over shops and classrooms. It was all part of a district agricultural education competition. The students tested their skil... Read More

Kansas Senate Bill Would Restrict Habitat Protections

Conservationists say protected habitats for endangered and threatened species in Kansas would be sharply reduced under a Senate bill in its second week of hearings. The measure before the Senate Natural Resources Committee would change the defini... Read More

2015 Outstanding Pork Service Awards Announced

Scott Spilker, President of the Nebraska Pork Producers Association has notified the winners of the 2015 Outstanding Pork Service Awards. The Outstanding Pork Service Awards are given annually to recognize exceptional work by an individual, company, ... Read More

(AUDIO) Local students go behind the scenes of area businesses

LEXINGTON - Sophomores at Lexington High School took part in Business & Industry Tour day in the Dawson County area on Tuesday. After taking assessment tests to explore career options, Dawson Area Development teamed up with the Lexington High Sch... Read More

(AUDIO) See For Yourself in Mexico - A Learning Experience with NE Soybean Board

Day 3 - February 10 A small group started out the third day by going to Walmart to see soy products. Mexico consumes 850 thousand metric tons of soybean oil per year. Walmart also offers soy milk and soy milk powder. Francisco de la Torre ... Read More