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United States Cattle on Feed Up Slightly, Placements Down

Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in the United States for feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 10.3 million head on October 1, 2016. The inventory was slightly above ... Read More

NSAA State High School Cross Country Results

The NSAA State High School Cross Country meet is underway. Click here for the results. ...... Read More

No Transform Label for Cotton, Sorghum in 2017

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- Cotton and sorghum growers will once again have to resort to Section 18 emergency use exemptions to use Transform (sulfoxaflor) in 2017, after EPA finalized a new, limited-use label for the insecticide that doesn't include tho... Read More

Atchison Chemical Spill

ATCHISON - Authorities say a chemical plant spill has caused a noxious cloud to form over a northeastern Kansas community, prompting the evacuation of a school and the factory. Courtesy of Google Maps The spill occurred Friday morning at the ... Read More

Marijuana and cash seized in traffic stop Tuesday

Marijuana and cash were seized in a traffic stop Tuesday afternoon on a rural road just of Interstate 80 in Dawson County. Dawson County Sheriff Gary Reiber says a deputy stopped a Trailblazer after it exited at the Darr interchange and made ... Read More

KRVN's Brandon Benitz sat down with Doug Kristensen, the Chancellor at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, for our weekly “Chat with the Chancellor” in the Fall 2016 semester. We talked about the closing of University Heights apartments and t... Read More

(Audio)Cardinals Run Away From Roughriders

Alma-Sophomore running back Jackson McKenzie accounted for four touchdowns on Thursday night as Alma knocked off Southwest 56-34 to end the regular season. Alma (6-2) scored 40 straight points after trailing at the end of the first quarter 6-0. McKen... Read More

DOJ Queries Farmers on Deere-Precision Planting Deal

It's not every day that the government comes a-callin', so when the Washington, D.C., phone number popped up on his cellphone on September 28, Illinois farmer Matt Foes couldn't resist answering. He's glad he did -- the phone call was from the Depar... Read More

Harvest Communications and Safety Reminder

We are now past the mid-point of harvest, but I want to make use of this column to encourage you to have contact with your landlord during harvest too.  I understand that this a very busy time of year, but there are some opportunities. Most of th... Read More

National FFA Organization Names Stars Over America

INDIANAPOLIS - (National FFA Organization)– FFA members from Oklahoma, Minnesota and South Dakota earned the most prestigious honor awarded to a student by the National FFA Organization Thursday at the 89th National FFA Convention & Expo in Ind... Read More

State Cross Country Set For Today

Kearney once again will host the State Cross Country meet today at the Kearney Country Club. In Class A, Kearney has qualified both its teams. In Class B, Lexington has qualified as a team, Aurora's girls and boys have also qualified. In Class C, Hol... Read More