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LINCOLN – Buoyed by an Emerging Markets Program grant from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) is sending representatives to Europe to pr... Read More

Huskers Drop 3-0 Match to No. 14 Gophers

Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska soccer team (5-5-2, 1-3-2 Big Ten) fell by a 3-0 margin to No. 14 Minnesota at Barbara Hibner Stadium on Thursday night. The Huskers outshot the Golden Gophers, 11-9, but Minnesota goalkeeper Tarah Hobbs earned five ... Read More

Huskers Approach Wisconsin Match-Up

Lincoln, Neb.- The Nebraska football team practiced for just under 90 minutes without pads at Memorial Stadium on Thursday in preparation for Saturday's game against Wisconsin. After practice, Coach Riley talked about injuries to the team. Sop... Read More

State to Issue Birth Certificates to 2 Same-Sex Couples

ASSOCIATED PRESS - The state of Kansas will issue birth certificates to two same-sex couples but will continue to study similar requests on a case-by-case basis. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the birth certificates in the tw... Read More

Paul Davis Can Stay on Voter Rules Lawsuit Ethics Lawyer says.

ASSOCIATED PRESS - An attorney for the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission says former Democratic lawmaker Paul Davis can continue to be part of a federal lawsuit challenging voter registration restrictions. The Wichita Eagle reports attorney Br... Read More

Ten new dual enrollment courses offered to high school students through UNK

 KEARNEY – Ten new University of Nebraska at Kearney courses are available for high school students through the university’s dual enrollment program. “Dual enrollment allows high school students to take college-level courses, and they can s... Read More

(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 free exposition of its kind in the entire state of... Read More

(VIDEO) Oct. 9 High School Preview Show

On this week's High School Football Preview Show, we preview Cozad at Broken Bow (880 KRVN) and Gothenburg at Valentine (93.1 The River). Read More

USDA Deputy Secretary Harden Announces $17 Million to Support America's Beginning Farmers and Ranchers

WASHINGTON, Oct. 8, 2015 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced more than $17 million in grants for organizations that will develop training and provide other resources for beginning farmers and ranchers across the nation. The ... Read More

NPPD Board holds rate hearing for wholesale customers

New contract offers flexibility, renewable options, competitiveness   Columbus, Neb.- On Thursday, during a requested rate hearing, the Nebraska Public Power District  Board of Directors took comments from its wholesale customers both against... 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