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Legion Baseball Scores

May 23rd Holdrege seniors over Pinnacle Bank of Lexington 12-4, Holdrege won the the juniors game 6-4...... Read More

New WWI Chautuauqua is planned for June 2016 in Hastings and North Platte

Humanities Nebraska presents a new, World War I, Chautauqua. The them for this festival is "World War 1: Legacies of a Forgotten War." The Chautauqua will take place in Hasting June 1-5 at the Hastings Chautauqua Park and in North Platte June 8-12... Read More

Gas prices jump by 5 cents over past 2 weeks, averages $2.32

CAMARILLO, Calif.  -- The average price of gasoline has jumped by a nickel over the past two weeks to $2.32 a gallon for regular grade. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said Sunday that the hike is mostly due to a continuing increase in crude oil... Read More

Arp New Coach At Overton

Former UNK Loper and Kearney basketball star Nicole Arp is the new Girls basketball coach at Overton. Arp was a First Team All Stater at Kearney High while averaging 20 points per game her senior season. Arp was the two-time Kearney Hub Girls Player ... Read More

USDA Leading U.S. Ethanol Trade Mission to Mexico

WASHINGTON — USDA Acting Deputy Secretary Michael Scuse is leading a U.S. ethanol mission to Mexico on May 24–25 to explore trade opportunities between the two countries. The mission participants include representatives from the Renewable Fuel... Read More

Fifth Annual Johnson Lake Art and Wine Festival

The Fifth Annual Johnson Lake Art and Wine Festival will be Saturday June 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It will take place at Johnson Lake, Lakeview Acres Park. The Festival will be featuring artists and wineries including Three Brothers Vineyard, Mac... Read More

Land Affordability, Availability Moving Cattle Indoors

Some Midwestern corn and soybean producers may want to get into the cattle business, but with land still averaging more than $8,000 an acre, it's impossible to pencil in a profit using traditional methods. Jeff Morse, Council Bluffs, Iowa, did that m... Read More

USDA Crop Progress Numbers Bearish for Wheat, Soybeans; Neutral for Corn

Corn planting and emergence continued to run ahead of the five-year average in the week ended May 22, according to USDA's latest Crop Progress report. Corn is 86% planted, compared to 75% last week, 90% last year and a five-year average of 85%. Em... Read More

Use Dormant Native Range and Supplements to Possibly Improve Cow Herd Efficiency

Maintaining cow herd nutritional requirements in an economically feasible way is vital to efficient cattle production, according to John Jaeger, Kansas State University associate professor of animal sciences. Jaeger has researched how producers can u... Read More

Construction begins on new Alma airport terminal

ALMA, Neb.  - Construction has begun on a new airport terminal at Alma on the southern border of Nebraska. The Kearney Hub reports that it's hoped the new facility will draw more air traffic to the south-central town of 1,100. Alma City Administr... Read More

Kansas man pleads guilty to aiding foiled bomb plot

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP)- The man accused of conspiring in a foiled plot to bomb a Kansas military base on behalf of the Islamic State group has pleaded guilty to conspiracy. Alexander E. Blair changed his plea to guilty Monday in a Topeka federal court.... Read More