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Commission to consider bighorn sheep season at meeting in North Platte

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider a staff recommendation to authorize one auction and one lottery permit for the 2018 bighorn sheep season when it meets Aug. 17 in... Read More

Husker Women Announce B1G Schedule

The Nebraska women's basketball team learned the dates of its 16 conference contests when the Big Ten announced the league-wide schedule live on the Big Ten Network on Wednesday, Aug. 16. The Huskers, who had previously announced a challenging 13-ga... Read More

Nebraska experts say injured bald eagle healing well

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ Officials say a wild bald eagle that had skin graft surgery at an Omaha zoo is healing and won't require more operations. A news release from the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium said the eagle was evaluated Monday by Dr. Coleen St... Read More

Husker Men's Basketball's Conference Schedule Released

Lincoln – For the first time, the Big Ten will play two conference games in early December, as the Big Ten Conference unveiled its 2017-18 conference schedule Wednesday afternoon. The Huskers will begin Big Ten play on the road, opening Big Ten ac... Read More

Gov. Ricketts, Nebraska Trade Leaders Outline Principles for NAFTA Modernization

Today, Governor Pete Ricketts and Nebraska’s leaders in international trade outlined principles for North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) modernization ahead of planned negotiations on the agreement.  Negotiations between the United States, ... Read More

In New NCBA Video, EPA Administrator Pruitt Urges Ranchers to Submit WOTUS Comments

WASHINGTON (August 16, 2017) - The National Cattlemen's Beef Association today released a video featuring Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, in which Pruitt urges farmers and ranchers to submit official comments on the repeal... Read More

UNK Hires New Equipment Manager

Kearney, Neb. – The Nebraska-Kearney Athletic Department announced today that Tanner Drews has been hired as the Lopers’ new equipment manager. The Brownlee native takes over for Phil Noah, who left UNK in May. In this position, Drews will be cha... Read More

State Fair Announces Grand Marshalls

GRAND ISLAND - The Nebraska State Fair has selected Grand Marshals for the 2017 event.  According to Chelsey Jungck, events and entertainment director, “Each year, we select folks that we believe represent the best of the best from agriculture an... Read More

Rogue water bottle causes two-vehicle accident

DESHLER - Two people were hospitalized Tuesday after a two vehicle accident near Deshler. At approximately 2:15 p.m., the Thayer County Sheriff's Office along with Deshler Fire and Rescue responded to a injury accident 1 1/2 miles south of Deshler. A... Read More

Nebraska Soybean Grower Opens USSEC Trade Exchange in Omaha

Belden, Ne farmer Jim Miller, chair of the US Soybean Export Council, welcomes people from 58 countries to Omaha for the 2017 US Soy Global Trade Exchange.  During this 3 day conference, USSEC will continue to build preference for US soybeans in the... Read More

NSP Board Re-elects Officers and Members

The National Sorghum Producers board of directors elected officers and re-appointed three individuals to the board last week during its annual August board meeting. NSP board member Don Bloss of Pawnee City, Nebraska, was re-elected chairman and b... Read More