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Saddle & Sirloin Club Welcomes Dave Nichols

Induction into the Saddle and Sirloin Portrait Gallery is the highest honor bestowed in the livestock industry. Founded in 1903, the gallery is the largest collection of noted artists in the world, de... Read More

Former Husker Gets Promoted

Former Husker quarterback Zac Taylor will serve as offensive coordinator of the Miami Dolphins for the final five games of the season. Taylor who has been the team's quarterbacks coach since 2012 will take over the struggling offense after the organi... Read More

Lawmaker says House TPP Vote Could Take Place This Spring

House floor consideration and a vote on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement could occur in late spring or early summer following the release of a U.S. International Trade Commission report on the impact of the trade agreement on the U.S. ec... Read More

New president chosen for Nebraska State Bar Association

COLUMBUS, Neb. (AP) _ A Columbus attorney chosen as the new president of the Nebraska State Bar Association says he hopes to address the declining number of lawyers in rural communities. The Columbus Telegram reports that Tom Maul has taken ... Read More

Chinese Drone Maker Plots a Course Into Agriculture

China’s SZ DJI Technology Co., the world’s top consumer-drone maker, is setting its sights on the agriculture industry with the launch of a crop sprayer that will test whether farming is fertile ground for drone technology. DJI, which helped k... Read More

McCook board to review proposals for Essential Air Service

The McCook Airport Advisory Board is scheduled to review proposals Monday from three airlines that want to provide subsidized service. The McCook Daily Gazette reports that all three are proposing two daily roundtrip flights to Denver, with fares ... Read More

Bad publicity, low pay blamed for law enforcement shortage

Negative publicity and low pay has Kansas law enforcement agencies struggling to recruit new officers at a time when agencies have hundreds of openings but not enough qualified applicants to fill them. With law enforcement feeling the heat of publ... Read More

STDs Rising in Kansas

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Newly-released data reports growing numbers in sexually transmitted diseases in Kansas. State data shows that syphilis rates have more than doubled statewide over the past four years. 145 syphilis cases were reports in Ka... Read More

Huskers Land Number 4 National Seed

LINCOLN, Neb. - For the 12th straight year, the Nebraska volleyball team will open the NCAA Tournament at home, as the Bob Devaney Sports Center was chosen as one of the 16 host sites for the NCAA first and second rounds next weekend. The Huskers,... Read More

2 Nebraska officers wounded, man dead in confrontation

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Two Nebraska officers were wounded and a man fatally shot during a confrontation Sunday evening, police said. Lincoln Police Chief Jim Peschong said one of the officers was shot and the other physically assaulted but neith... Read More

NPPA Announces New Director

The Nebraska Pork Producers Association (NPPA) is pleased to announce that Alan R. Juhnke from Willmar, Minnesota will take over the executive director position for NPPA in January of 2016. Juhnke will fill the vacancy created by retiring Larry Sitzm... Read More