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NE Women Selected As Regional Winner In Monsanto's America's Farmers Mom of the Year Program

Today, Monsanto and the American Agri-Women named five regional winners of the America's Farmers Mom of the Year program. These regional winners represent the important and continually evolving ... Read More

Nebraska Celebrates National Drug Court Month by holding National-Level Trainings

Members of Adult Drug and DUI Problem-Solving Court teams from Scottsbluff to Omaha will meet together in May – the month nationally designated as Drug Court Month – for a training and self-assessment of best practice standards. Experts from t... Read More

Ex-player takes assault plea deal in Nebraska college brawl

AUBURN, Neb. (AP) _ A June 21 sentencing hearing in southeast Nebraska has been scheduled for a former Peru State College basketball player who took a plea deal in an assault case stemming from a brawl. Nebraska City radio station KNCY reports tha... Read More

Central Platte NRD Changes Title Search/Transfer Fees Policy

(GRAND ISLAND, NE) – The Central Platte Natural Resources District’s (CPNRD) board made changes to how the District handles title searches and transfer fees at their monthly meeting on Thursday.  Landowners who transfer more than four certified ... Read More

4-27 High School Golf Results

RPAC Golf Meet 1st Southern Valley, 336 2nd Alma, 339 3rd Med valley, 352 4th Cambridge, 392 5th Bertrand, 393 INDIVIDUALS 1st Spencer Brown, Southern Valley, 80 2nd Preston Carbaugh, Cambridge, 80 3rd Wyat Gibson, Alma, 81 4th Austin M... Read More

Governor Brownback Declares May As 'Beef Month'

Many products get publicity and special recognition throughout the year, but in Kansas, if any product deserves its own month, it’s beef. That’s why Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has declared May as Beef Month. This declaration marks the 33rd consecu... Read More

Wheat Tour Participants to Scout for Rust and Viruses

Nearly 90 grain traders, government officials, reporters, millers and even a few farmers start the 2017 Wheat Quality Council's Hard Winter Wheat Tour on May 1. Over the three-day tour, they will canvass the state's wheat crop from Manhattan to Colb... Read More

Huskers Hit The Road This Weekend

Lincoln - Following a 13-2 midweek win over Omaha on Tuesday night at Hawks Field, the Nebraska baseball team (24-15-1, 7-4-1 Big Ten) returns to Big Ten play this weekend with a trip to Columbus, Ohio, for a three-game series against the Ohio State ... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Vetoes Bill Granting Voting Rights to Newly-Released Felons

LINCOLN – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts announced he had vetoed LB 75, a bill that would allow convicted felons to vote immediately upon the completion of their prison term or end of parole. Under current law, convicted felons can vote two ... Read More

Cargill Exiting U.S. Cattle Feeding Business

Cargill has announced it will exit from its U.S. cattle feeding business. The move means that in the last year, the company has gone for the fourth-largest feeder in the U.S., to completely leaving the sector. Cargill has reached an agreement to sell... Read More

Med school chancellor takes temporary post at sister campus

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ The search for a new chancellor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha has been paused in favor of a temporary appointment. University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds announced Thursday that University of Nebraska Medical Cent... Read More