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EPA CAFO Info Release Scope Narrowed Under Settlement

Information released to environmental groups about concentrated animal feeding operations, or CAFOs, will be scaled back under a settlement reached Monday in a multi-year legal dispute between a numbe... Read More


“I am going to lift the restrictions on American energy, and allow this wealth to pour into our communities.” – Donald J. Trump  MUCH NEEDED REFORM: The past Administration burdened Americans with costly regulations that harmed American job... Read More

Patrol Seeks Help Finding Subject

NORTH PLATTE, NEB.  – The Nebraska State Patrol is seeking the public's  assistance in locating a man wanted for questioning in the investigation of a suspicious death, which  occurred during the morning hours of March 28th in Ogallala, NE. ... Read More

Huskers rout K-State

Lincoln – Nebraska’s offense plated 11 runs on 11 hits, while the pitching staff limited the Kansas State Wildcats to one run on three hits in an 11-1 Husker victory on Tuesday night at Hawks Field. The Huskers are now 8-2 over their last 10 game... Read More

BASF Investments in R&D Aid Growers and Local Communities

BASF has announced the completion of its Beaumont, Texas, facility expansion, the only dicamba manufacturing facility in the U.S. for the agriculture industry. The Beaumont site received more than $270 million in capital improvements in the last thre... Read More

Nebraska deputy accused of kidnapping, molesting woman

BENKELMAN, Neb. (AP) _ A Dundy County sheriff's deputy has been accused of molesting a woman he'd put into his vehicle. Court records say Charles Thibedeau is charged with kidnapping. A phone listed for Thibedeau in Benkelman rang unanswered Tuesd... Read More

Blackshirts Bring High Energy After Break

Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska football team practiced for two hours on Tuesday in shorts and helmets. The defense and offense split time between the Hawks Championship Center and the Ed and Joyanne Gass practice field. Defensive coordinator Bob D... Read More

Nebraska Main Street Board Names New Members

Nebraska Main Street Network (NMSN) is committed to helping, training and guiding communities to achieve measurable success in downtown and neighborhood commercial district revitalization. New Board members were recently announced by Executive D... Read More

Secretary Zinke Headlines Public Lands Council Legislative Fly-in

U.S. Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke addressed the livestock grazing industry today during the annual Public Lands Council’s legislative fly-in, in Washington D.C. Secretary Zinke said the agency hasn’t been the best neighbor, but he ... Read More

Maronde and Jones Top Cattlemen's 47th Annual Beef Show

Ansley Maronde of York took one of the biggest prizes of the day at the 47th Annual York-Hamilton Cattlemen’s Beef Progress Show by having her steer selected as the Grand Champion Market Animal of the Show, reported Gerald Peterson, Cattlemen’s B... Read More

Diabetes Alert Day, March 28

The Diabetes Referral Network, a coalition of Buffalo County Community Partners, is urging everyone to take one minute out of their day to see if they are at-risk for Type 2 Diabetes. The Diabetes Referral Network is working to create a local coor... Read More