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Rabobank Says Pork Exports Rely on Two Key Factors

The headwinds for exports of pork from the US are twofold: Mexico and ractopamine. Mexico is the largest customer for US pork on a volume basis - accounting for about one-third of total exports and by... Read More

Broncos Still Looking For A Quarterback

NEW YORK (AP) _ No Manning. No Brady, for the first four games. No clear-cut favorite in the AFC. With the regular season about to kick off, it's anybody's guess who'll be the conference's representative at the Super Bowl in Houston in February. The ... Read More

Kansas developing system to track county inmates

ASSOCIATED PRESS - The state is implementing a system that will make it easier to track the location or release of inmates in county jails. The Kansas Attorney General’s Office says the system is called Victim Information and Notification Everyd... Read More

North Plate Police Dept. offers some Back to School Safety Tips

This is an exciting and quite often chaotic time for families. Routines of sleeping in, hanging out in front of the television and summer sports are suddenly interrupted by back-to-school early mornings. Across the city of North Platte and througho... Read More

Major League Baseball

INTERLEAGUE Final Oakland 7 St. Louis 4 AMERICAN LEAGUE(equals) Final Baltimore 5 N-Y Yankees 0 Final Toronto 9 Minnesota 6 Final L.A. Angels 5 Detroit 0 Final Tampa Bay 10 Houston 4 Final Chi White Sox 4 Seattle 1 Final Texas 2 Cleveland 1 ... Read More

Kansas Soybean Commission Elects Officers

The Kansas Soybean Commission filled a vacancy and elected its 2016-2017 officers during its Aug. 11 meeting in Topeka. Earlier this year, James Zwonitzer of Atchison County and Mike Bellar of Elk County were re-elected in districts 7 and 9, res... Read More

Non-traditional student earns degree thanks to MPCC outreach

The sky’s the limit for Francisca Morales. The Imperial woman has a new degree and a newfound confidence thanks to the outreach efforts of Mid-Plains Community College. “I am extremely proud of my success and the dedication that I pu... Read More

Public Asked to Report Sick or Dead Deer

LINCOLN – Hunters are asked to report observations of sick or dead deer to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission as they head afield this September. Each summer, the Commission monitors for signs of diseased deer; reports from the public help t... Read More

NCTA Aggies Name New Rodeo Coach

A 2014 alumnus and team roper of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture has been named the as the NCTA Aggie Rodeo Team coach. Taylor Rossenbach, a native of rural Ainsworth, was a tie-down calf and team roper with the Aggies for two years ... Read More

Nebraska State Fair touts 2M visitors at Grand Island site

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska State Fair has welcomed its 2 millionth visitor since the moving from Lincoln to Grand Island in 2010. The Grand Island Independent reports (http://bit.ly/2boB19x ) that Jeff and Amanda Thober, of Ravenna, an... Read More

Holdrege Softball Tourney Results

Holdrege Softball Tourney Championship Game McCook 8, Gering 0 3rd Place Game Cozad 4, Adams Central 3 Consolation Championship Game Holdrege 12, Minden 0 7th place Game St. Paul 21, Blue Hill 0...... Read More