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Nebraska man once sentenced to death to be released

LINCOLN, Neb. A Nebraska man once sentenced to death in the 1975 shooting of two teenagers has been resentenced to a term that will see him released from jail next year. The Omaha World-Herald repo... Read More

(Audio) Swedes Figure To Be Strong This Winter

After going 19-6 last year and finishing as the district runner up, the Gothenburg Boys basketball team returns three starters from last years squad and all three are crucial to the Swedes success this season. Those three  starters are: Dawson Graha... Read More

Property tax and school aid panel adjourns without consensus

LINCOLN, Neb.  A joint legislative committee has failed to reach a consensus on ways to reduce Nebraska's reliance on property taxes to pay for schools. But some senators said Monday that hearings and testimony over the last few months gave them ... Read More

USDA Begins 49th Enrollment Period for the Conservation Reserve Program

WASHINGTON, Dec. 1, 2015 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today reminded farmers and ranchers that the next general enrollment period for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) begins today, Dec. 1, 2015, and ends on Feb. 26, 2016. December 2015... Read More

Frost Lands First Head Coaching Job

Central Florida has hired Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost as its new coach to take over a program that just finished a winless season. New UCF athletic director Danny White called Frost a winner and an innovator in announcing his hiring in a... Read More

Ag Profitability Conference planned Jan. 6 in Colby

COLBY, Kan. – A view to future grain and livestock conditions and prices, tax issues, farm bill considerations and cropland values are among the topics planned for the K-State Research and Extension 2016 Ag Profitability Conference on Jan. 6 at the... Read More

Survey gives yet another sign of Midwest slowdown

OMAHA, Neb.  Figures have plunged in a fourth straight monthly survey of supply managers in nine Midwest and Plains states, providing more evidence of a slowdown in the region's economy. A report issued Tuesday says the overall Mid-American Busin... Read More

Wong-Orantes named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year

LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska volleyball junior libero Justine Wong-Orantes was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, and juniors Amber Rolfzen and Kadie Rolfzen were named to the All-Big Ten Team, the conference office announced on Tuesday. A... Read More

Farm Issues Could Hinder U.S.-E.U. Free Trade Deal

Differences between the United States and the European Union over issues such as genetically modified crops and hormone-treated beef could scupper a free trade deal, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said on Tuesday. The European Union an... Read More

One transferred after rural Gothenburg rollover

GOTHENBURG - The Dawson County Sheriff's Office responded to a one vehicle rollover at the intersection of Road 773 and Road 412 or approximately 12 miles north of Gothenburg just after 2:00 p.m on Saturday Nov. 28. An eastbound black Chevrolet Malib... Read More

Open Record Laws in Limelight in Kansas

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) – Public records advocates are pushing for state legislators to bring the Kansas Open Records Act regarding disclosure of police records more in line with open record laws in other states. The Lawrence Journal-World reports c... Read More