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Aurora cruises past Lexington

AURORA - Upset minded Lexington hit the road Saturday with a goal to slow the red hot Aurora Huskies. The Minutemaids (7-14), fell short to the Aurora girls (15-6), 57-38. Meanwhile, the Aurora boys (... Read More

Aden Inducted Into Dawson County Cattlemen Hall of Fame

Rodney Aden of Gothenburg was inducted into the Dawson County Cattlemen Hall of Fame Saturday night in Lexington.   Aden was very active in the Nebraska Stock Growers Association in the 1970's where he served as President. Listen to Rodney's int... Read More

Nebraska Emergency Management Agency launches new website

LINCOLN, Neb.  -- The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency has launched a new website designed to be more user friendly.   The agency says the site's new look should make it more intuitive and easier to navigate. Along with a new appearance, the s... Read More

Wood Duck Box Building Project

Rowe Staff and volunteers have engaged with Gibbon Elementary School to build Wood Duck Boxes this spring. Rowe Staff Keanna Leonard gave students an informational meeting about Wood Ducks. On February 11th 2016 Rowe Sanctuary Staff and Volunteers w... Read More

Huskers Shoot Past Scarlet Knights

Lincoln – The Nebraska men’s basketball team earned their fifth Big Ten victory of the season Saturday afternoon, defeating Rutgers, 87-63, at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Nebraska used an 18-1 run in the first half while, holding Rutgers without... Read More

White scores 21, Shields hurt as Huskers beat Rutgers 87-63

Lincoln – The Nebraska men’s basketball team earned their fifth Big Ten victory of the season Saturday afternoon, defeating Rutgers, 87-63, at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Nebraska used an 18-1 run in the first half while, holding Rutgers without a fi... Read More

Analysis: Power struggle heart of debate over Kansas courts

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- A legislative dispute over how Kansas Supreme Court justices are selected is a political struggle centering on Republican Gov. Sam Brownback. The issue is whether Brownback and his supporters can make their conservative fiscal... Read More

Archway monument at Kearney to close for improvements

KEARNEY, Neb.  -- The Archway monument spanning Interstate 80 at Kearney will be closed for a week this month while improvements to the attraction are completed.  Archway marketing coordinator Jace Robinson tells the Kearney Hub  that  the attrac... Read More

Kansas won't join effort to tighten domestic abuse gun laws

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kansas apparently won't join several other states that have passed recent laws aimed at making it more difficult for domestic abusers to have weapons. Rep. Barbara Bollier, a Mission Hills Republican, last year proposed a... Read More

Buckle Game Day Set for Saturday

Kearney, Neb. – In the year since the playing surface was named the "Buckle Court" inside the Health and Sports Center, Loper athletic teams have been nearly unstoppable. During the volleyball season last fall, Rick Squiers' squad went 18-0 on the... Read More

Climate change study, talk push Nebraska to make action plan

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ More than 300 leaders who gathered to discuss a 2014 climate survey of Nebraska have concluded that the state must be more proactive in developing an action plan to respond to changes in climate. University of Nebraska-L... Read More