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Smith Announces Winners of 2016 Third District Excellence in Economic Development Award

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) today announced the winners of the 2016 Third District Excellence in Economic Development Award. Smith’s award honors eight individuals and ... Read More

York Man Accused on 14 Counts of Child Pornography Reaches Plea Agreement

YORK - A York man charged with 14 counts of possessing child pornography has made a plea agreement. According to court records, twenty four-year-old Ryan Lambert, originally scheduled for a jury trial on July 19, 2016, agreed to change his plea to no... Read More

Lexington Principal receives 2016 UNK Leaders in Education and Service Award

Lexington Principal, Kyle Hoehner, was presented the 2016 University of Nebraska at Kearney Leaders in Education and Service (UNKLES) Award.  Membership in UNKLES is an honor bestowed on administrators who have distinguished themselves with leadersh... Read More

Freight Costs Rise as Large Crops Loom

"Bin-buster" will likely be the one word to describe the 2016 harvest. Starting with the winter wheat crop, yields so far have been reported to be anywhere from 50 bushels per acre to as high as 85 bpa or higher in some areas. USDA recently revised i... Read More

Nebraska Producers Reminded of Aug. 1 Deadline to Submit Nominations for Farm Service Agency County Committees

(LINCOLN, Nebraska) July 25, 2016 – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Nebraska Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Dan Steinkruger today reminded farmers, ranchers and other agricultural producers they have until Aug. 1, 2016, to nomin... Read More

UNK summer commencement moved to Health and Sports Center

KEARNEY – For the first time in recent years, University of Nebraska at Kearney summer commencement will be in the university’s Health and Sports Center. Undergraduate and graduate degrees for 249 candidates are eligible to participate in exer... Read More

E85 for Just 85 Cents in Kearney

Flex fuel vehicle drivers can take advantage of huge savings with E85 for just 85 cents at Pump & Pantry (4311 N 2ndAve.) in Kearney from 4-7 p.m. Thursday, July 28. Consumers will be limited to 30 gallons and no containers are allowed. The fu... Read More

Kansas Lost $1.1B in Aquifer Value

ASSOCIATED PRESS - A new university study shows that Kansas lost about $110 million annually between 1996 and 2005 in the value of its High Plains aquifer. The study, conducted by a Yale University team, was led by Eli Fenichel, assistant professo... Read More

Gas Prices Dropping Again

ASSOCIATED PRESS - The average price of gasoline has dropped 7 cents over the past three weeks to $2.22 a gallon for regular grade. Locally, it’s even a  little cheaper. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said Sunday lower oil prices and an abund... Read More

Two-semi crash near Maxwell causes death of Idaho girl

MAXWELL, Neb.  -- A child has been fatally injured in the collision of two semitrailers on Interstate 80 in western Nebraska.  The      accident occurred around 6:45 p.m. Sunday, two miles east of Maxwell. The Nebraska State Patrol says an east... Read More

Angus Names Genetic Research Director

The American Angus Association and Angus Genetics Inc. (AGI) welcome Dr. Stephen Miller as the newly named director of genetic research for the cattle industry’s leading genetic evaluation center. Miller, most recently a principal scientist with... Read More