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Huskers rout K-State

Lincoln – Nebraska’s offense plated 11 runs on 11 hits, while the pitching staff limited the Kansas State Wildcats to one run on three hits in an 11-1 Husker victory on Tuesday night at Hawks Fiel... Read More

Nebraska Main Street Board Names New Members

Nebraska Main Street Network (NMSN) is committed to helping, training and guiding communities to achieve measurable success in downtown and neighborhood commercial district revitalization. New Board members were recently announced by Executive D... Read More

Secretary Zinke Headlines Public Lands Council Legislative Fly-in

U.S. Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke addressed the livestock grazing industry today during the annual Public Lands Council’s legislative fly-in, in Washington D.C. Secretary Zinke said the agency hasn’t been the best neighbor, but he ... Read More

Maronde and Jones Top Cattlemen's 47th Annual Beef Show

Ansley Maronde of York took one of the biggest prizes of the day at the 47th Annual York-Hamilton Cattlemen’s Beef Progress Show by having her steer selected as the Grand Champion Market Animal of the Show, reported Gerald Peterson, Cattlemen’s B... Read More

Diabetes Alert Day, March 28

The Diabetes Referral Network, a coalition of Buffalo County Community Partners, is urging everyone to take one minute out of their day to see if they are at-risk for Type 2 Diabetes. The Diabetes Referral Network is working to create a local coor... Read More

Farm Futures Issues Latest Plantings Intentions Survey

Growers hope to plant another record soybean crop this spring while scaling back corn acres, according to Farm Futures latest survey of intentions for 2017. Producers said they expect to plant nearly 89 million acres to soybeans, up 6.6% from the ... Read More

Rabobank Releases Report on Effects of a Chinese-U.S. Trade Dispute

St. Louis, Mo. (March 28, 2017) – The Rabobank RaboResearch Food and Agribusiness analysts based in China are attempting to scope out the ‘what-ifs?’ of a large-scale trade dispute between China and the U.S., in particular regarding soybeans an... Read More

Plan to merge Nebraska roads, aeronautics agencies advances

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A plan to merge Nebraska's roads and aeronautics departments into one agency has won first-round approval from lawmakers. Senators voted 40-0 on Tuesday to advance a bill that would create a Nebraska Department of Transportati... Read More

Subcommittee Examines Farm Policy in Advance of the  Next Farm Bill

Today, Rep. Rick Crawford (AR-1), Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee’s Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management, held a hearing to evaluate the effectiveness of farm policy in advance of crafting the next farm bill. Mem... Read More

One transported after violent I-80 wreck

MILFORD - Two separate accidents on Interstate 80 Saturday resulted in one injury. According to the Seward County Sheriff's Office, deputies were dispatched roughly at 3:30 p.m. to a one vehicle accident in the median near the Milford exit. Minutes ... Read More

ASA’s Moore Testifies on Title I Programs Before House Ag Subcommittee

WASHINGTON, D.C.– (March 28, 2017) In testimony before the House Agriculture Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities and Risk Management Tuesday, American Soybean Association (ASA) President and Illinois soybean farmer Ron Moore spoke on the need... Read More