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Amber Rolfzen Wins Third B1G Defensive Award

Nebraska junior middle blocker Amber Rolfzen earned her third Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week Award this season on Monday, the conference office announced. Rolfzen helped the Huskers to sweeps... Read More

Producers Focus on Replacement Heifer Selection

MANHATTAN, Kan. – As the air turns crisp and the leaves change color, replacement heifer selection begins to weigh on cattle producers’ minds. The process can be confusing and stressful for producers, as the decisions made can directly impact the... Read More

EPA’s Final RFS Rule Puts Future of Biofuels & Climate Policy in Hands of Oil Industry

WASHINGTON — Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its final Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) renewable volume obligations (RVOs) for 2014, 2015 and 2016 that refiners have to meet in blending biofuels with gasoline. The agency inc... Read More

Ag a Focus at Paris Climate Talks

OMAHA (DTN) -- Why should an average commodity farmer care about what is going on at the Paris climate talks? "The more severe the climate change is -- the higher the increase in temperature is -- the more severe the impact is going to be on farm i... Read More

Former KRVN News Director passes away

Howard Henderson, owner of radio station KDAP in Douglas, Arizona, passed away Friday, November 20th after a brief illness. He was 65. Henderson got his start in his hometown of Superior, NE at KRFS while still in high school. He went on to work i... Read More

The International Year of Soils: Soils and Climate

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Several components of the earth influence its climate. The climate system involves the earth’s oceans, land surfaces, soils and the atmosphere, according to Kendra McLauchlan, associate professor of geography at Kansas State Uni... Read More

Garden City man sentenced for possessing 16,000 child porn images

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP)- A Garden City man was sentenced to more than six years in federal prison for having more than 16,000 child pornography images. U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom says 43-year-old James E. McGary was sentenced Monday to 6½ years in pri... Read More

(AUDIO) Ag Curriculum In the Works for Kearney High School

"Grow With Agriculture" is the name of a new effort at Kearney High School to put agriculture and FFA back in the curriculum.  The funding effort will go toward preparing students at the new Kearney High School for future careers involving agricultu... Read More

Saddle & Sirloin Club Welcomes Dave Nichols

Induction into the Saddle and Sirloin Portrait Gallery is the highest honor bestowed in the livestock industry. Founded in 1903, the gallery is the largest collection of noted artists in the world, devoted to a single industry, and honors the most in... Read More

New Argentine Pres Plans 5% Soy Export Tax Cut

Argentina's new president-elect, Mauricio Macri, will follow through on plans to cut the soybean export tax by 5 percentage points to 30% and sweep away restrictions on corn and wheat shipments from Dec. 10, the country's next agriculture minister, R... Read More

Nebraska law enforcement concerned about mental illness

GRAND ISLAND, Neb.  Law enforcement and mental health officials in central Nebraska say the problem of people with mental health issues isn't getting any better. Grand Island Police Chief Steve Lamken tells the Grand Island Independent that peopl... Read More