Cozad Community Schools presented with check for Greenhouse

Monsanto America's Farmers Grow Rural Education Grant presented a $25,000 check to Cozad Community Schools at halftime of the Kearney Catholic/Cozad Football game on Friday. Afterzone Program Director... Read More

Stars snap Cozad's streak

Cozad-On Friday in Cozad the Haymakers saw their 16 game winning streak snapped as they lost to Kearney Catholic 27-20 in a Class C1 top ten battle. Kearney Catholic scored first on 23 yard td pass from John Masker to Harrison Pearse with 5:55 remain... Read More

Body of missing man recovered in canal

The body of a man reported missing since September 15th was recovered Friday in the Paxton Canal along the county line between Keith and Lincoln Counties. Keith County Attorney Randy Fair says foul play is not suspected in the death of 29-year-old De... Read More

CDC: Severe respiratory illness now in 22 states

NEW YORK (AP) _ Health officials say 22 states now have confirmed  cases of an unusual respiratory illness in children. An uncommon virus _ enterovirus 68 _ is causing the illnesses. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials said Frida... Read More

Man taken into custody for sexual assault

A man was arrested on a charge of 3rd degree sexual assault of a child on Thursday in the 2400 block of west 9th street in North Platte. The arrest stems from an investigaton that started on July 29th of a potential sexual assault of a child. A 7-... Read More

Cold Snap May Have Nipped Kansas Sorghum and Soybeans

From time to time over the past few months it seemed like fall was trying to crowd out summer, and now it’s a little more serious. The latest cold snap may have been enough to impact grain filling and test weight for Kansas’ summer row crops, esp... Read More

Florida marketing group acquires former Monroe Shocks and Struts in Cozad

The former Tenneco Manufacturing Facility (Monroe Shocks and Struts) located in Cozad, was purchased by Mercy Real Estate. Mercy is based out of Tampa, Florida and repositions industrial and commercial properties using the IRS-approved 170 Exchange (... Read More

House Ag Committee Looks At Soil Health

Advocates for soil health highlighted the benefits of both soil and water quality to members of a House Agriculture subcommittee on Thursday, but they also acknowledged solid economic numbers are needed to get more farmers to adopt such practices. T... Read More

Becker gives reasons, steps for R-Project

NPPD Media Specialist Mark Becker recently discussed the need for the R-Project. Becker says reasons include relieving congestion and opening the door for wind energy projects. "Three main reasons for the line. One is to provide additional reliabi... Read More

From the Land of Kansas Tailgate Contest Winners Announced

MANHATTAN, Kan. - The state agriculture trademark program, From the Land of Kansas, has announced the winners of the K-State vs. Auburn pre-game tailgate contest. First place in the main dish category went to Melissa Wahl, Manhattan, Kansas, with her... Read More

Anderson to be Grand Marshal

Anne Anderson will be selected Grand Marshal for Saturday's Harvest Festival Parade in Gothenburg. Anderson is retiring from the Gothenburg Chamber of Commerce as the Executive Director of the Community Development Office. In addition to the parad... Read More