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Kansas launches crime victim notification system

ASSOCIATED PRESS - Kansas is launching a centralized computer system that will give victims of crime the ability to track offenders being held in county correctional facilities. The Lawrence Journa... Read More

(AUDIO) KAAPA To Purchase Ravenna Abengoa Ethanol Plant

KE Holdings LLC, successfully bid $115 million to buy the Abengoa Bioenergy Ethanol plant in Ravenna, Nebraska. KAAPA Ethanol Chief Executive Officer Chuck Woodside said this will be the first acquisition of an ethanol plant solely as a 100% subsi... Read More

Nebraska City, Seward, to host WWI Chautauqua in June 2017

SEWARD - Seward and Nebraska City will host “World War I: Legacies of a Forgotten War” next June. Presented by Humanities Nebraska, the free, four-day Chautauqua festival of entertainment, historic presentations, exhibits, youth camps and more wi... Read More

Simplified SPCC Plan Assists Ag Producers in Fuel Spill Mitigation

Fuel is a central component to any agriculture operation, and delivery and storage of that fuel requires important safety measures be in place. The Nebraska Ethanol Board recently partnered with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of En... Read More

Japanese Trade Organization Leader to Speak at University of Nebraska

Lincoln, Nebraska, Aug. 24, 2016 – Hiroyuki Ishige, chairman and CEO of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), will speak at the University of Nebraska on Sept. 13 as a guest of the developing Clayton K. Yeutter Institute of International T... Read More

(AUDIO) Pro Farmer Crop Tour Peg NE Corn Numbers Below USDA's and 2015 Tour Estimates

Nebraska and Indiana corn and soybean estimates were released last night by the Pro Farmer crop tour scouts. West leg tour participants ended the night in Nebraska City. Scouts sampled a total of 258 fields primarily in the eastern half of Nebras... Read More

Shields Signs to Play in Germany

Lincoln - The Fraport Skyliners announced the signing of former Husker standout Shavon Shields on Wednesday. The Skyliners are based in Frankfurt, Germany, and play in the Bundesliga. Shields, a 6-foot-7 forward from Olathe, Kan., was a four-year ... Read More

Marijuana found in student backpack

YORK - Drugs were discovered in a student's backpack at York High School, Tuesday afternoon. According to the York Police Department, school officials searched a student's backpack and found a small amount of marijuana. The student was cited for ... Read More

Grassley Calls for Hearing in September to Look at Seed, Chemical Mergers

OMAHA (DTN) -- Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, announced Tuesday that his committee would hold a hearing on the current state of the agricultural seed and chemical industries, in light of the number of mergers an... Read More

Chris Stapleton added to NLD 2017 Lineup

It could easily be argued that nobody has been bigger in Country Music than Chris Stapleton since he barnstormed the 2015 CMA awards, sweeping Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, and New Artist of the Year, the first artist to ever accomp... Read More

Average ACT score dips among Nebraska high school graduates

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ This year's Nebraska high school graduates scored slightly lower on the ACT exam than those who graduated in 2015, but the drop is nowhere close to the plunge the state could see in the future.   A report released by the ACT or... Read More