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USCA Hosts Forum to Discuss Future Outlook of the U.S. Cattle Industry

WASHINGTON – The United States Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) is pleased to announce the 2016 USCA Annual Meeting and Cattle Producer’s Forum, a joint event being held September 9-10th at the Bi... Read More

Clinton to visit Nebraska

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Officials say Hillary Clinton will bring her Democratic presidential campaign to Omaha next week. Her itinerary for Monday's visit hasn't been released. Although Nebraska is heavily Republican, the state's 2nd Congressional D... Read More

Feedlot nutritionist ‘boot camp’ prepares grad students for careers in feedlot industry

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- August 1 marks the beginning of the third biennial Feedlot Nutritionist Boot Camp, which will bring 30 feedlot nutrition graduate students from across the country to Amarillo, Texas to learn about the realities of commercial feedlo... Read More

(Audio) Man in serious condition after power line electrocution

BRADSHAW - Around 10:45 a.m. Wednesday, York Fire and Rescue was dispatched to 1509 Road H, northeast of Bradshaw, to a report that a boom truck had struck a power line. York Fire and Rescue Chief, Kevin Stuhr, said his department didn't know what... Read More

Youth explore STEM fields during Nebraska 4-H summer camp

Lincoln, Neb. — A new activity is joining baseball, swimming and bike riding on the list of favorite summer pastimes thanks to Nebraska 4-H. Twenty-two area middle-school students recently participated in a Nebraska 4-H summer camp where they learn... Read More

Kool-Aid Days Festival Friday Offers Something for Everyone

Hastings, Neb. – On Aug. 12, the 19th annual Kool-Aid Days festival will kick off with activities for kids of all ages. The festivities will begin at Central Community College-Hastings with SeniorFest in the Dawson Gym. Our more experienced Koo... Read More

Rural Group Announced at DNC to Support Hillary Clinton

A group called Rural for Hillary has been organized to begin campaign efforts on behalf of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in rural America. The group is not formally affiliated with Clinton’s campaign, but held a two-hour closed... Read More

Major League Baseball

INTERLEAGUE Wednesday's Games Washington 4 Cleveland 1 San Diego 8 Toronto 4 Tampa Bay 3 L.A. Dodgers 1 Pittsburgh 10 Seattle 1 Colorado 3 Baltimore 1 Chi Cubs 8 Chi White Sox 1 Atlanta 9 Minnesota 7 Thursday's Game Chicago White Sox (Sal... Read More

Cowboys' Gregory facing longer suspension over new violation

FRISCO, Texas - Dallas defensive end Randy Gregory is facing a longer suspension over another violation of the NFL's substance-abuse policy, and owner Jerry Jones says he doesn't expect to see the troubled player at training camp in California. Wi... Read More

City settles with Mosque, new parking enforcement passed

A dispute on meeting city code requirements for a Mosque in downtown Lexington appears to be ending. Tuesday night, the Lexington City Council approved a conditional use permit application and settlement with the Islamic Center of Lexington for expan... Read More

CNBC’s Ron Insana Discusses Trade At USGC Summer Meeting

The U.S. economy is in good shape despite rhetoric to the contrary, and agriculture helps significantly by adding surpluses to the U.S. trade balance, CNBC and MSNBC contributor Rob Insana told the audience at the the U.S. Grains Council's (USGC's) ... Read More