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7/25 Legion Baseball Results

Class A Senior  American Division Millard North 15, Hastings 14 Grand Island 8, Skutt 2 Class A Junior State Tournament Kearney 2, Millard West 1 B-4 Seward 6, Pleasantdale 4 B-6 Holdre... Read More

(Video) Day One Of Big Ten Media Days Report

Big Ten Football Media Days got underway on Monday. in Chicago.  The Rural Radio Network's Jayson Jorgensen has this report. Read More

Lincoln mothers plan memorial for soldiers killed after 9/11

LINCOLN, Neb.  -- Two mothers who have lost children to war are working with the city of Lincoln to erect a memorial that honors Nebraska soldiers who've died after 9/11.  The Lincoln Journal Star reports that Maria Medrano-Nehls and Joyce Peck hav... Read More

Drowning reported at Dawson County lake

The Dawson County Sheriff's Office is investigating an apparent drowning at Midway Lake south of Cozad. Chief Deputy Mike Hudson says the body of 56-year-old Tamra Lemmon of rural Cozad was recovered around 3:40pm Monday. She was reported m... Read More

Kaine's Ag Resume Voted for 2014 Farm Bill, Opposes TPP, Supports Conservation

OMAHA (DTN) -- Though U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack would have been considered a homerun for agriculture as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine's, D-Va., resume suggests a mixed bag for farmers and ... Read More

Smith Announces Winners of 2016 Third District Excellence in Economic Development Award

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) today announced the winners of the 2016 Third District Excellence in Economic Development Award. Smith’s award honors eight individuals and businesses helping to strengthen Nebraska communit... Read More

Annual NREA Youth Energy Leadership Camp held near Halsey

Learning for many youths in the summer does not end when the final school bell rang. Attending camps for whatever their focus –4-H, sports, or dance, to name a few, continues the learning curve of many a student. We are fortunate in central Ne... Read More

USDA Weekly Crop Progress Monday's Numbers Show Bearish for Corn, Soybeans

OMAHA (DTN) -- Corn and soybean condition ratings held steady at 76% and 71% good to excellent, respectively, in the week ended July 24, according to USDA's latest Crop Progress report released Monday Corn condition was unchanged from a week ago and... Read More

Crops Nearing Harvest as Scouts Head Out For The Hard Red Spring Wheat Tour

Scouts on the 2016 Hard Red Spring Wheat and Durum Tour might come across some empty fields as combines get an early start in the Northern Plains this year. "It's a very mature wheat crop right now," said David Clough, who farms near Fessenden, Nort... Read More

York Man Accused on 14 Counts of Child Pornography Reaches Plea Agreement

YORK - A York man charged with 14 counts of possessing child pornography has made a plea agreement. According to court records, twenty four-year-old Ryan Lambert, originally scheduled for a jury trial on July 19, 2016, agreed to change his plea to no... Read More

Lexington Principal receives 2016 UNK Leaders in Education and Service Award

Lexington Principal, Kyle Hoehner, was presented the 2016 University of Nebraska at Kearney Leaders in Education and Service (UNKLES) Award.  Membership in UNKLES is an honor bestowed on administrators who have distinguished themselves with leadersh... Read More