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(AUDIO) NBA convenes in Kearney for Fall Group Meetings

KEARNEY - The Nebraska Bankers Association made a pit-stop in Kearney Thursday morning for one of seven stops across the state for this year's Fall Group Meetings. Bank officers, directors and staff w... Read More

Trial of woman in toddler's death to stay in Adams County

HASTINGS, Neb. A district judge has denied a request to move the trial of a 34-year-old Hastings woman accused of suffocating a toddler with a baby wipe. The Hastings Tribune reports that Mark Porto of Grand Island, an attorney for Azudany Serrano... Read More

Nebraska Cattlemen Appoint Talia Goes as Communications Coordinator

LINCOLN, NE (Oct. 9, 2015) – Nebraska Cattlemen is pleased to announce the selection of Talia Goes as Communications Coordinator. Goes has been on staff with Nebraska Cattlemen since April 2015 as the Southeast Member Services Representative. Addin... Read More

DFA Plant to Help Spur Growth in Kansas Dairy Industry

GARDEN CITY, Kan. – Where today sits a small pile of freshly turned western Kansas soil soon will be Meadowlark Dairy Nutrition, a Dairy Farmers of America milk processing plant. According to Kansas Secretary of Agriculture Jackie McClaskey, the ne... Read More

 Hall County election commissioner receives national award

LINCOLN – Acknowledging her efficiency, innovation and willingness to share her expertise with other election officials, Secretary of State John Gale presented county election commissioner Dale Baker with the NASS Medallion Award for 2015. Baker wa... Read More

(AUDIO) Sixth Judicial Circuit Stays WOTUS Implementation

WASHINGTON (Oct. 9, 2015) – Citing a substantial possibility of success on the merits of their claims and casting suspicion on the rulemaking process, the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court of Appeals today ordered that the EPA and Army Corps’ “Water... Read More

McCook man sentenced to nearly 2 years for sex assaults

McCOOK, Neb.  A McCook man convicted of sexually abusing two young girls has been sentenced to less than two years in jail. The McCook Daily Gazette reports that 66-year-old Benito Garcia was sentenced earlier this week to 300 days in jail for a ... Read More

A National Food Policy

At the same moment the nation is watching a showdown over the scientific basis for the soon-to-be released national dietary guidelines, a group is fighting for the limelight with their idea of not just guidelines, but a national food policy. The gro... Read More


Road teams still perfect in MLB postseason The Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays finished with the American League's best records during the regular season, but they find themselves trailing in the division series after dropping their opene... Read More

Elkhorn Valley Bank & Trust Receives Top Honors from USDA Rural Development; Bank First Also Honored

Elkhorn Valley Bank  & Trust in Norfolk was recognized today by USDA Rural Development Nebraska State Director Maxine Moul as a $2 Million Club Lender for Fiscal Year 2015 USDA Rural Development’s Guaranteed Rural Housing (GRH) loan program. ... Read More

Jeffrey and Johnson Lakes to be lowered on Oct. 11th and 12th

The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District will lower Jeffrey and Johnson lakes on Sunday and Monday (Oct. 11 and 12) to permit maintenance work on upstream facilities. In a news release, Central says the unplanned outage of hydroplant... Read More