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Longtime KFB President Doyle Rahjes Passes After Illness

Kansas agriculture has lost a true statesman and friend.  Doyle D. Rahjes, 85, a small grains and livestock farmer, who served as President of the Kansas Farm Bureau from 1983 to 1994, passed away Fr... Read More

(Video) Grain Market Strategies During Harvest

Luke Beckman, Central Valley Ag ProEdge grain sales manager, analyzes the USDA’s Quarterly Grain Stocks Report estimates. Luke also talks about sales strategies for corn and soybeans after harvest. Read More

Attorneys ask court to lift stay in school funding lawsuit

ASSOCIATED PRESS - Attorneys for Kansas school districts suing the state over its school funding formula have asked the Kansas Supreme Court to lift a stay on a lower court ruling, but the state responded that the lower court failed to properly evalu... Read More

Northeast Nebraska town loses only grocery store

Wakefield, a  small community  in northeast Nebraskam,  has bid farewell to a grocery store that had been a community staple for nearly a century.  On Wednesday the Soderberg family closed the doors of their Fair Store, the community's only marke... Read More

Huskers Fall at No. 13 Ohio State, 3-2

Columbus, Ohio - The No. 4 Nebraska volleyball team fell 3-2 to No. 13 Ohio State on Saturday night at St. John Arena, finishing a tough road trip with a split. Just one day after defeating No. 1 Penn State at Rec Hall, the Huskers (12-2, 3-1 Big Ten... Read More

 Huskers Fall in Final Seconds at Illinois

Champaign, Ill. - For the fourth time in five contests to open the season, the outcome of Nebraska's football game was not decided until the opponent's final offensive play. For the third time, the Huskers walked away on the short end of the s... Read More

Smith announces Youth Advisory Council members

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith has announced the names of Third District high school students who will serve on his Youth Advisory Council for the 2015-2016 academic school year. 2015-2016 Youth Advisory Council members include: ... Read More

High Toxic Algae, E. Coli Levels Detected at Several Nebraska Lakes

LINCOLN – A health advisory is in effect for lakes at four Nebraska state recreation areas. During testing earlier this week, the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) detected elevated levels of toxic algae at Rockford Lake in Gag... Read More

Evans Named New CEO of Disability Rights Nebraska

  LINCOLN, Neb. DATE – Eric A. Evans has been named chief executive officer of Disability Rights Nebraska, a statewide advocacy organization, effective October 1. Evans, who has worked for the agency since 1987, succeeds Timothy F. Shaw, wh... Read More

Lexington shooting investigation continues, suspect sought

One arrest has been made and another is still being sought in an ongoing shooting investigation that occurred in Lexington on the night of September 24, 2015. Twenty-three-year-old Ciro Cortez, Jr., of Lexington, is being held on 10% of $500,000 bond... Read More

Huskers top UNO, 6-3

Lincoln - The Nebraska softball team opened the Big Red Fall Classic with a 6-3 win over UNO in a 10-inning exhibition Friday evening at Bowlin Stadium. With the win, the Huskers moved to 4-0 in the fall exhibition season. Sophomore right-hander K... Read More