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Mahoney State Park site of Nebraska snakes presentations

ASHLAND, Neb. (AP) _ Interested in things that slither in the night? Daytime, too? A University of Nebraska-Lincoln herpetologist will make several presentations about Nebraska's snakes the weekend... Read More

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln dorms to be imploded

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ The University of Nebraska-Lincoln plans to raze a matching pair of high-rise dormitories that have housed thousands of students since 1963. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that all 13 stories of Cather Hall and Pound Hall wi... Read More

Kansas Department of Agriculture Hosts ADT Forum in Manhattan

Ranchers, veterinarians, feedyard owners, livestock market owners, and other livestock industry professionals gathered at the K-State Alumni Center on June 22 for a forum to discuss challenges and solutions in animal disease traceability (ADT). The K... Read More

Day 10, Kansas Wheat Harvest Report

This is day 10 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association. Frank York, a farmer from Ashland, said that everyone was "pleasantly... Read More

2 men wounded in shooting at party in eastern Nebraska

FORT CALHOUN, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities say two young men have been shot at a party in eastern Nebraska. The shooting occurred in rural Washington County, south of Fort Calhoun. Authorities say deputies were called to a Fort Calhoun residence around... Read More

China Corn Acreage Down

BEIJING (DTN) -- There are very diverse survey reports in China recently, showing the disagreement of different organizations in corn crop acreage, but most of the reports showed that Chinese farmers may have cut more corn acreage. With summer... Read More

Minnesota Still Engaging With Cuba Despite Setback

Minnesota’s government and businesses are actively engaging in Cuba in areas like agricultural trade. This is despite a rollback in trade relations by U.S. President Donald Trump. Reuters reports that Minnesota Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith is ... Read More

Sanderson Farms Sued Over Drugs in Poultry

Three of the bigger activist groups filed suit against Sanderson Farms, a major poultry-producing company. Politico’s Morning Ag Report says the Organic Consumers Association, Friends of the Earth, and Center for Food Safety all allege that the com... Read More

State, Local Officials Urge Inclusive Approach to WOTUS Rewrite

Any rewrite of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) regulation – which clarifies the waters and wetlands that fall under federal protection – should reflect differences in regional climate, geology and hydrology,... Read More

Former Huskers Play For Team USA

Former Nebraska volleyball standouts Amber Rolfzen and Justine Wong-Orantes won the gold medal with the U.S. Women's Volleyball National Team at the Pan American Cup on Sunday in Cañete, Peru. The U.S. defeated Dominican Republic 3-1 (25-16, 19-25, ... Read More

Third public meeting on Keystone XL Pipeline application

Norfolk -- The Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC) will hold a meeting  on Wednesday, June 28,  in Norfolk  allowing for public comment on the Keystone XL Pipeline Application currently before the Nebraska Public Service Commission (PSC). ... Read More