Kansas Contractors Struggling To Fill Skilled Jobs

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A survey finds that many Kansas contractors are having trouble filling skilled jobs in the construction industry. The survey is by the Associated General Contractors and was ... Read More

Weather too good as new storm warnings debut

The Storm Prediction Center has two new threat levels for its weather outlooks, but the weather is too nice for anyone to really notice. Effective Wednesday, the center can say if days with a ``slight risk'' of severe weather should instead be lab... Read More

USDA Launches Climate Hub Website

USDA launched a new website to serve as a portal for climate information. The website launch was announced Wednesday via a department blog. USDA targeted the site towards farmers, ranchers, forest landowners and others to find “useful, practical in... Read More

Huskers Complete Epic Comeback Win at Minnesota

Behind a gritty team effort, the 14th-ranked Nebraska volleyball team rallied from a 2-0 deficit for an epic 3-2 (21-25, 16-25, 25-21, 25-19, 15-7) comeback win at No. 25 Minnesota on Wednesday night. The Huskers (12-6, 6-3 Big Ten) found themselv... Read More

NEBRASKAland Days to build permanent home

NEBRASKAland Days announced the construction of a new permanent operations offices and NLD headquarters to be located on the west side of the Wild West Arena in the northern area of North Platte. A new partnership with the NLD Board of Directors and ... Read More

Two Rivers Public Health Director to step down

The board of directors of  Two Rivers Public Health Department, headquartered in Holdrege,  has received a  letter of  resignation from its director of  more than  12  years,  Terry Krohn.   Krohn tells the Rural Radio Network,  her decisio... Read More

Bunge analyst: exports outlook 'incredibly strong'

A growing world population, urbanization and rising income will continue to drive investment in commodities, and the link between energy and agriculture will stay strong for years to come, according to Bunge financial analyst Curtis Jones, one of the... Read More

Lieutenant Govornor Candidate Making Strides Weeks Before Election

With the election just weeks away, Lieutenant Governor Candidate Jane Raybould is making strides with Democratic Governor Candidate Hassebrook to convince the people of Nebraska why they should choose them this coming November. Raybould was born and ... Read More

SWC Tournament Set For Gothenburg

Southwest Conference Volleyball Tournament Gothenburg High School Schedule Saturday October 25th Broken Bow vs Ainsworth 11am Gothenburg vs Valentine 12:30pm Minden vs Cozad 12:30pm Ogallala first round bye Championship match is set for... Read More

Small Scale Farming Workshop Nov. 8

Interested in learning how to produce your own food or start a diversified agriculture business on your acreage or in your backyard? UNL Extension will be hosting the third installment of "Small Spaces, Big Potential": a Small Scale Farming Workshop ... Read More

UNK hosts NSBA state marching band contest Saturday

More than 1,000 band members from 20 Nebraska high schools will compete in the Nebraska State Bandmaster Association Marching Contest on Saturday (Oct. 25) at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Participating bands will perform at Foster Field.... Read More