Group of Former Ag Secretaries Urge Congress to Pass Trade Promotion Authority

WASHINGTON, Feb. 27, 2015 – A bipartisan group of former U.S. Agriculture Secretaries, representing all past Administrations from those of President Jimmy Carter to President George W. Bush, today i... Read More

National Corn Yield Contest Offers Tips from Top Growers

The National Corn Growers Association released a video today offering tips from perennial high-yield entrants of the National Corn Yield Contest during a breakfast at Commodity Classic in Phoenix honoring the state winners of the 2014 contest. The ne... Read More

Huskers close LMU series with 5-to-1 win

Los Angeles, Calif. – After dropping the series opener on Friday night, 4-1, the Nebraska baseball team (6-4, 0-0 Big Ten) bounced back with an 8-1 win on Saturday and a 5-1 win in Sunday’s finale to take a road series from the Loyola Marymount L... Read More

Villanova tops Creighton women

VILLANOVA, Pa. - The Creighton women's basketball team suffered a 61-63 defeat at Villanova on Sunday, March 1. With the loss the Bluejays close the regular season with a 17-12 record and 10-8 mark in BIG EAST play. Villanova moved to 18-12 overa... Read More

Melbeta woman dies in two vehicle accident on Highway 92

A 72 year old Melbeta woman died Sunday morning when the vehicle she was riding in struck a semi at  the Melbeta turnoff on Highway 92. The Nebraska State Patrol says the victim ,Ladena Hill, was a front seat passenger in the 2005 Chevrolet drive... Read More

Several support bill to urge community gardens, seed libraries

LINCOLN--A bill that would encourage community gardens and seed libraries to sprout in the state prompted 13 people to speak in support of the measure at the public hearing Tuesday and 12 others to send in letters of support. Legislative Bill 54... Read More

Girls State Basketball Pairings

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Kansas school funding plan aimed at ending budget surprises

ASSOCIATED PRESS - Top Republican officials in Kansas are working on a plan to overhaul funding for public schools designed to prevent unanticipated demands for new spending. Republican Gov. Sam Brownback is calling on the GOP-dominated Legislatur... Read More

Court arguments Monday in Wyoming wild horse roundup case

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) _ A federal judge is scheduled to hear arguments Monday in a lawsuit over a recent roundup of hundreds of wild horses from the open range in western Wyoming. U.S. District Judge Nancy Freudenthal will hear arguments at the Univ... Read More

Tree Pile Burning Workshop in Guide Rock

NORTH PLATTE -- Pheasants Forever and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC) will host a tree pile burning workshop at the Guide Rock Community Center, 355 University Ave. on March 3. Presentations will include: Learning the tips and tricks o... Read More

NCGA Past President: Diversity Makes Us a Better Industry

Speaking on a panel of female, minority, veteran, and young farmers at Commodity Classic, National Corn Growers Association Past President Pam Johnson highlighted the importance of diversity to the agricultural industry. "As an industry, we are bet... Read More