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Monsanto Works to Reassure Growers

Monsanto wrote a letter to growers of it’s Roundup Ready 2 Extend soybeans yesterday reassuring them about growing the new beans this season. The letter says, “Both of the single traits, Roundu... Read More

Lexington Regional Health Center Board candidate interviews

There are 8 candidates seeking to fill three Lexington Regional Health Center board of directors positions in the May 10th election. The hospital candidates will be elected in the Primary election meaning the three top vote-getters will begin... Read More

Major League Baseball

INTERLEAGUE Wednesday's Games L.A. Angels 7 Milwaukee 3 Washington 13 Kansas City 2 Tampa Bay 8 L.A. Dodgers 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE Wednesday's Games Seattle 9, Oakland 8 Cleveland 4, Detroit 0 N.Y. Yankees 7, Baltimore 0 Toronto 4, Texas 3 B... Read More

(VIDEO) New UNL Chancellor Green Talks Past, Present, and Future

Newly named Chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Dr. Ronnie Green and his wife, Jane stopped by the KRVN/Rural Radio Network studios this week.  Green was making stops around the state during his annual trip to U of N facilities in West... Read More

Petition Urges Investigation into US Election Agency

ASSOCIATED PRESS - More than 116,000 people have signed an online petition urging the inspector general to investigate what it calls voter suppression at a federal government agency entrusted with making voting more accessible. The progressive adv... Read More

Two NPCC students first to receive fine arts degrees

When Walker Baird and Sammantha Riedel walk across the stage Friday, they will make history. That’s because they will be the first students at North Platte Community College to graduate with an Associate of Fine Arts degree. “It’s ... Read More

(AUDIO/VIDEO) Semi-trailer accident creates a buzz in Nebraska Sandhills town

ANSLEY - Authorities had the unique task Wednesday of corralling over 10,000 honey bees near Ansley. A North Dakota bound semi-trailer overturned near Ansley spilling its contents...honey bees. The Custer County Sheriff's Office received a call sh... Read More

UNL and K-State to Receive USDA Grants to Strengthen Rural Communities

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced $15.6 million in grants to increase prosperity in rural America through research, education, and extension programs focused on promoting rural community development, economic growth, and susta... Read More

Plenty of water still headed into Platte River

HOLDREGE, Neb. Plenty of water is headed for the Platte River in Nebraska, but officials don't know yet how much and when it will arrive. Engineer Cory Steinke told the Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District board members Monday in ... Read More

National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day to take place May 5

LINCOLN - More than 37,000 children in Nebraska face behavioral health disorders – and with the upcoming Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day on May 5, the Department of Health and Human Services is working to raise awareness of and destigmat... Read More

Sugarcane Aphid Emerging Early Down South

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- An unwelcome guest spent the winter in north Texas this year -- the sugarcane aphid. The aphid usually overwinters in Mexico and the Gulf and must journey northward during the spring to infest sorghum fields. This year ... Read More