Huskers Roll At Home

Lincoln, Neb. – No. 13 Nebraska (7-1, 4-1 Big Ten) held a 10-6 lead after four matches before winning five in a row on its way to a 26-9 triumph over No. 21 Rutgers at the Devaney Center on Sunday a... Read More

Top 25 College Basketball Scores

Sunday TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Final ( 2) Virginia 50 Virginia Tech 47 Final ( 4) Villanova 71 Creighton 50 Final ( 5) Duke 77 St. John's 68 Final OT ( 8) Notre Dame 81 NC State 78 Final (10) Louisville 80 Pittsburgh 68 Final (12) Utah 77 ... Read More

Bushy Park Farm, Cottonwood Springs Purchase  Foundation Female Supporting Hereford Youth

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Hereford enthusiasts once again came together to support youth Friday, Jan. 16 during the Mile High Night Hereford Sale in Denver. Kicking off the record-breaking sale was the Lot 1 Foundation Female selling for $100,000 and was ... Read More

 National Farmers Announces Key Policy Positions  at Annual Meeting in Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Jan. 23, 2015)—National Farmers members stated their position on several key policy issues at their annual ag business conference in Nashville, Tenn., Thursday. Members re-affirmed their support for Country of Origin Labeling (... Read More

Boatmans Honored as Hereford Herdsman of the Year

KANSAS CITY, Mo. ¬¬¬— Tom and Tammy Boatman, Rockford, Ill., were selected as the 2015 Hereford Herdsman of the Year at the National Western Stock Show (NWSS) in Denver. Tom and Tammy were selected for the award by their peers — other Hereford... Read More

Employment Workshop to be held in Bellevue Next Month

An employment workshop will be held before next month's hiring fair in Bellevue for veterans, service members and military spouses.  The workshop will focus on resume preparation, how to navigate hiring fairs, how to translate military skills and ho... Read More

Governor Proposes Reversing School Funding Increase

ASSOCIATED PRESS - Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is proposing to backpedal on a much-ballyhooed increase in state spending on public schools after seeking to slow down aggressive tax-cutting to close budget shortfalls. Brownback won a name in conserva... Read More

Drones for Ag featured at National Farmers Ag Business Conference

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Jan. 23, 2015)—What’s a smart farmer to do when someone comes to him and tells him he needs a drone if he wants to step up his grain game the way he wants? Aaron Sheller buys one; then he teams up with other smart aggies and sta... Read More

New Bill Would Require Detectors to be Mandatory

An increase in carbon monoxide poisoning calls last year could prompt Nebraska lawmakers to require alarms in homes and apartments. A bill set for a legislative hearing Thursday would add Nebraska to a growing list of states that require the devic... Read More

VanMatre and Bicak Appointed to CPNRD Board of Directors

(GRAND ISLAND, NE) The Central Platte Natural Resources District’s board of directors appointed two new directors to serve on the board for two-year terms at their January board meeting on Thursday.  Deb VanMatre of Gibbon was elected to Subdistri... Read More

Kansas To Appeal Ruling That Found Education Is Underfunded

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Kansas' top prosecutor has announced plans to appeal a district court panel ruling that found the state isn't spending enough money on its public schools to provide a suitable education. The Topeka Capital-Journal (http://bit.... Read More