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Bulldogs To Start The Year On The Road

SEWARD, Neb. – The Concordia University football team will attempt to defeat a Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference team on the road for the second-straight season opener when it takes on Southwest... Read More

(AUDIO) Gov. Ricketts Reveals Sesquicentennial License Plate Design

GRAND ISLAND – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts and First Lady Susanne Shore revealed the design for the Nebraska Sesquicentennial Commission’s special issue license plate. The design for the Nebraska Sesquicentennial Commission’s special issue... Read More

Interim Hall County Jail director quits 1 week after hiring

GRAND ISLAND, Neb.  The newly-appointed interim director of the troubled Hall County Jail has resigned in the wake of questions about whether his jail management style was influenced by his son's imprisonment for murder in Arizona. The Grand Isla... Read More

Kansas Legislature Creates Education Study Committee

ASSOCIATED PRESS - Kansas lawmakers have created a committee to review school standards and funding. The K-12 Student Success Interim Study Committee created Wednesday will have 15 members from the House and Senate. The Kansas City Star reports th... Read More

Deadline to Enroll in Key Farm Bill Safety Net Programs Approaches

WASHINGTON, Sept. 3, 2015 – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Val Dolcini reminds farmers and ranchers that they have until Sept. 30 to enroll in several key Farm Bill safety net programs – Agriculture ... Read More

(Audio) Elwood Cancels Football Season

There will be no high school football played this year at Elwood high school. The school made the decision on Thursday to cancel the season due to low numbers. Just eleven players went out for football this season and school officials said they just ... Read More

UNK, Dept. of Justice resolve housing case on assistance animals; will adopt new policies

KEARNEY – The University of Nebraska at Kearney has agreed on terms with the U.S. Department of Justice to resolve disputed claims alleging UNK violated the Fair Housing Act by not allowing assistance animals in university housing. The parties f... Read More

UNK trumpet player/Lexington native selected for 2015 National Intercollegiate Band

KEARNEY – Morgan Sentelle, a trumpet player at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, was recently selected for the 2015 National Intercollegiate Band. Sentelle is a music education major from Lexington. Over 300 undergraduate, graduate and d... Read More

ND Judge Will Decide WOTUS Fate

A federal court in North Dakota will decide whether an injunction it issued last week to stop implementation of the waters of the United States rule in 13 states will apply to all 50 states. Immediately following the U.S. District Court for the Dist... Read More

House fire quickly contained in Eddyville

RRN/ A house fire in Eddyville Wednesday evening September 2, 2015. The fire is believed to have started in a bedroom to the right of the door, from an electrical source. Sumner and Oconto also assisted. An Eddyville house was largely damaged in ... Read More

U.S. ethanol industry sputters on cheap gas prices

The closure of two ethanol plants this week and proposed sale of a third highlight the growing challenges faced by small producers located far from cheap feedstock supplies in the U.S. Corn Belt, as demand for alternative fuels heads lower. Profit... Read More