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USDA Weekly Crop Progress Report Neutral for Corn, Soybeans; Bearish Wheat

OMAHA (DTN) -- As of Oct. 23, more than half the U.S. corn crop was harvested and just over three-quarters of the soybeans had been cut, according to USDA's latest Crop Progress report released Monday... Read More

North Platte Man Arrested For Sexual Assault

NORTH PLATTE - On Friday October 21, 2016, Investigators from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office were advised of a possible Sexual Assault of a fifteen year old juvenile. Investigators met with the Juvenile at the Bridge of Hope Child Advocacy Cen... Read More

Leopold Conservation Award Program  Seeks Nominees in SD

Sand County Foundation, the South Dakota Cattlemen's Association and the South Dakota Grassland Coalition are accepting applications for the Leopold Conservation Award program in South Dakota. The $10,000 award honors South Dakota farmers, ranchers a... Read More

Adams named executive director of the Nebraska Community College Association

LINCOLN, NE – A man whose professional career has been devoted to education has been named the new executive director of the Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA). Steve Anderson, of Concord, chair of the NCCA board of directors, announced ... Read More

(Audio) Aurora cross country team sprints to school's fourth title

KEARNEY - For the first time since 2002, the Aurora Girls Cross Country team tasted a championship after winning the team trophy Friday in Class B. After finishing in fourth last year, seventh year head coach said the team felt like there was unfi... Read More

Kansas State University Narrows Search for Next President

ASSOCIATED PRESS - The committee searching for Kansas State University’s next president has selected 15 candidates to interview for the position. The Manhattan Mercury reports that 81 people applied for the position. Regent Dennis Mullin, who he... Read More

Stand-your-ground law in limbo in Kansas

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – The state’s self-defense law is in legal limbo while the Kansas Supreme Court prepares to consider the issue. The Topeka Capital Journal  reports that twice earlier this month, the Kansas Court of Appeals overturned distri... Read More

Colorado Proud School Meal Day Features Local Yak, Peaches, Potatoes and More!

From locally-raised yak burgers to school garden-grown zucchini, Colorado schools kicked off the school year with farm to school gusto! On September 14, an estimated 550 schools reaching 160,700 students celebrated Colorado Proud School Meal Day by f... Read More

Lexington man's body recovered from sand pit pond

LEXINGTON, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities say a Lexington man's body has been recovered from a sand pit pond in south-central Nebraska. The Dawson County Sheriff's Office says 52-year-old David White had been swimming in the privately owned pond about tw... Read More

Fall Herbicide Application Could Help Control Marestail in Soybeans

Herbicide effectiveness on marestail depends largely on the stage of growth and size of the plants. Marestail generally is most susceptible to herbicides when it is small and still in the rosette stage of growth. Once marestail starts to bolt and exc... Read More

Three Huskers Honored with B1G Weekly Awards

Three members of the top-ranked Nebraska volleyball team were honored with weekly awards from the Big Ten Conference on Monday. Middle blocker Amber Rolfzen was named the Big Ten Player of the Week, while libero Justine Wong-Orantes was the Defens... Read More