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MONA: There’s An App For That

The Museum of Nebraska Art announces a new museum app that can be downloaded to smartphones and portable devices. The app is available immediately for download for free in the Apple AppStore, Google P... Read More

Red and Wild, raising funds and having fun

The 9th annual Red and Wild event held April 27 in Lexington. It's an annual ladies night out sponsored by the Lexington Clipper-Herald bringing together women and vendors for an evening of fun and raising funds. This year's beneficiaries w... Read More

(AUDIO) Travel not recommended in west-central Nebraska, I-80 EB closed at Overton

RRN's Bob Brogan visits with Dawson Pubic Power District's Marsh Banzhaf on power outage restoration on Sunday April 30, 2017.   The Nebraska State Patrol and Nebraska Department of Roads are closing eastbound traffic on Interstate 80 ... Read More

Ex-golf treasurer accused of theft gets pretrial diversion

SEWARD, Neb. (AP) - A former treasurer of an eastern Nebraska golf course treasurer accused of embezzling more than $141,000 has been placed in a diversion program. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that 31-year-old Chaise Vegas, of Milford, is... Read More

Nebraska to grow 125M milkweed stems to save butterflies

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The state of Nebraska has made a goal to keep monarch butterflies and other pollinators off the federal endangered species list by planting 125 million milkweed plants by 2020 and providing incentives for farmers to incorpor... Read More

Florida Teacher Calls Ag Students “Murderers”

A Florida teacher is on the verge of losing his job after bullying and harassing FFA students that were raising livestock to be sold for slaughter. An Associated Press article says Thomas Allison, Jr., who teaches middle school at the Horizon Academy... Read More

Parts of southwestern, central Nebraska to get wintry blast

KEARNEY, Neb. (AP) - In the last days of April, parts of Nebraska are under blizzard and winter storm warnings. The National Service has issued a blizzard warning along several southwestern border counties, including Dundy, Hitchcock and Re... Read More

Trump Administration Commits to Continued Staunch Defense of U.S. Food and Beverage Manufacturers Using Common Food Names

A report on intellectual property issued Friday by the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office (USTR) outlined the Trump Administration’s continuing commitment to curtailing the damaging abuses of geographical indications (GIs) – particularly by the... Read More

NSC Mud Run Set for Aug. 26

Lincoln—Nebraska Sports Council officials announced that Nebraska’s longest-running mud/obstacle race, The Mud Run, will take place Saturday, Aug. 26 at Lancaster Event Center in Lincoln. The fun begins at 9 a.m. with the mini-Mud Run, foll... Read More

Take Your Support of Nebraska 4-H and FFA on the Road

Take your support of "Making the Best Better" and "Learning to Do" wherever you go with the new license plates showcasing Nebraska 4-H and Nebraska FFA! The Nebraska 4-H Foundation and Nebraska FFA Association in cooperation with the Nebraska FFA Alu... Read More

Gerry Drafted by Eagles in Fifth Round

Nebraska safety Nathan Gerry is the first Husker selected in the 2017 NFL Draft. Gerry was taken by the Philadelphia Eagles with the 184th overall pick in the fifth round of the draft on Saturday. Gerry was a fixture on the Blackshirt defense for... Read More