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(Audio) 3i Show Kicks Off 61st Year

From a traveling exhibit in 1950, the Western Kansas Karavan with members loading their products on trucks and making one-night stands in various Kansas towns, has come the 3i SHOW. It is the largest ... Read More

NCGA, NFU Release White Paper on Farm Income and RFS, Urge Strong Final Rule

Farmers from the National Corn Growers Association and the National Farmers Union announced the release of a white paper today on how the EPA's proposed rule on the Renewable Fuel Standard is threatening farm income and rural economies across the Uni... Read More

Huskers Announce 2016 Women's Gymnastics Schedule

Head Coach Dan Kendig and the Nebraska women’s gymnastics team released its 2016 schedule Wednesday, with six home events at the Devaney Center, including the Big Ten Championships on March 19. Nebraska returns six letterwinners from last year... Read More

Soybean Association Selects 2016 Young Leader

(LINCOLN) Wade Walters of Shickley, NE has been selected as the Nebraska Soybean Association’s (NSA) 2016 DuPont Pioneer Young Leader. The Young Leader Program is sponsored by the American Soybean Association and DuPont Pioneer Hi-Bred.  It is ... Read More

Dawson County Youth Celebrate National 4-H Week October 4-10

  Lexington, Nebraska Oct. 4, 2015 — More than 6 million young people across the country today will celebrate National 4-H Week, an annual celebration of 4-H during the first full week of October. During this week, Dawson 4-H will showcase ... Read More

Hall County officials advance changes for adult businesses

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. Hall County officials voted unanimously Wednesday to advance regulations that would expand opportunities for adult-oriented businesses in the county. New regulations moved forward Wednesday by the county's regional planning comm... Read More

Huskers Look To Bounce Back At Home

Wisconsin and Nebraska each are coming off of tough losses from last week. Wisconsin is coming off a 10-6 loss to Iowa, where the Badgers had many opportunities to win that ball game but could not capitalize. The Huskers, led the game with Illinios f... Read More

7 youth injured in pickup accident identified

WELLFLEET - Early Wednesday morning the North Platte 911 Center received a call of an injury accident on South Cut Creek Road, about ten miles east of Wellfleet. It was reported a vehicle left the roadway and there was up to seven injured parties at ... Read More

U.S. Meat Exports Disappointing in August

U.S. beef and pork exports struggled in August, remaining below year-ago levels, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF). August beef exports totaled 84,167 metric tons (mt), down 18 percent from a y... Read More

Gov. Ricketts to hold a Town Hall in Holdrege

Governor Pete Ricketts will be holding a town hall in Holdrege on Friday, October 16, 2015. The Governor invites the public to attend the town hall. Lunch will be served during the event which will be held at the Taste of Country from noon to 12:45pm... Read More

Poor Quality New Crop Causes Wide Spread in SRW Cash Prices

A variety of quality issues in the U.S. soft red winter crop -- including low falling numbers and vomitoxin -- have led to a wide basis spread in cash prices available at domestic mills versus export terminals or feed users. Soft red winter wheat (S... Read More