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KVFD Training Burn

The Kearney Volunteer Fire Department will conduct a live house burn for training this Saturday, Sept. 23. The training exercise will begin at 6:30 a.m. and is anticipated to be completed by early aft... Read More

Nebraska man charged in wife's shooting death to stand trial

DAKOTA CITY, Neb. (AP) _ A man accused of shooting and killing his wife outside a northeast Nebraska police station is now slated to stand trial in the first-degree murder case. Sioux City, Iowa, television station KTIV reports that 41-year-old Be... Read More

Kansas Farmland Values Continue to Slide

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas farmland values have dropped an average of 11 percent over the past two years, pulled down by lower grain and livestock prices and a dramatic drop in farm and ranch income. The downward trend is likely to continue through 2... Read More

Kansas State University Receives 2,300 Acres of Farmland

A couple from northern Kansas have donated 2,300 acres of farmland for Kansas State University to develop a research farm to study sustainable agricultural practices. The Salina Journal reports that Alton residents Harold and Olympia Lonsinger's d... Read More

Latest Hero Flight to depart Sept. 27

The fourth crew of the Dawson County Hero Flight will leave for Washington DC Sept. 27 from Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles. The sendoff is slated to begin with a free will lunch, provided by the Heartland Wounded Veteran Project at noon. Af... Read More

Censky, McKinney Highlight USDA Roles, Priorities to Senators

OMAHA (DTN) -- The U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee held a confirmation hearing Tuesday for the prospective deputy agriculture secretary and USDA undersecretary for trade and foreign agricultural affairs. Steve Censky, chief executive officer of th... Read More

Nebraska Corn Board offers new flex fuel pump grant incentive for fuel retailers

The Nebraska Corn Board recently allocated funds in its 2017-18 fiscal year budget to further develop the renewable fuel infrastructure in Nebraska.Ne Through a grant program, the Nebraska Corn Board will award qualifying retailers up to $50,000 f... Read More

(Video) Corn, cattle prices may rise

Dan Basse, president of AgResource Co., predicts an upward trend in cattle and grain prices. He spoke at the recent Feeding Quality Forum, giving his market update. ...... Read More

Sahling estate gives $1.9 million to UNK

Pushes total support to more than $3.25 million KEARNEY – Well known among the University of Nebraska at Kearney community – especially by those in Loper athletics – for his compassion and generous student scholarship donations, Bob Sahling... Read More

Police: Man's body found in Lincoln's Holmes Lake

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities say a man's body was found in a popular lake in Lincoln. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that fishermen discovered the body Tuesday around 8:45 a.m. in a narrow part of Holmes Lake. Rescue workers spent the mornin... Read More

Tips to avoid subsoil compaction during row crop harvest

Across much of Kansas the soil conditions are dry as of the time of this publication. On one hand that’s a problem for crop production, but on the bright side, soil compaction is less of a problem when soil conditions are dry. Soil water content is... Read More