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Barnes, Cremin garner weekly recognition from GPAC

SEWARD, Neb. – Two days following a 20-14 victory over No. 22 Midland, both senior defensive lineman Trey Barnes and junior kicker Brendan Cremin have earned accolades from the GPAC. On Monday (Oct... Read More

US Ethanol Could Help Japan Achieve Greenhouse Gas Reduction

A study recently released by the U.S. Grains Council found that a significant portion of U.S.-produced corn ethanol will likely meet Japan's 50% greenhouse gas reduction threshold over gasoline, something the group said supports the case for that fue... Read More

Fireplace embers blamed for fire that killed Nebraska family

NEHAWKA, Neb. (AP) _ Investigators say embers or hot ashes from a living room fireplace touched off a fire that killed six members of a southeast Nebraska family. Thirty-six-year-old Michael and Michelle Speer and their girls were killed early Thursd... Read More

Employee Discipline Issued in Response to LCC Escape

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services (NDCS) announced Friday disciplinary actions taken with regard to agency staff in conjunction with the escape of two inmates from the Lincoln Correctional Center in June. Disciplinar... Read More

USDA Seeks Applications for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Loans and Grants

Lincoln, Neb. Oct. 20, 2016- The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is accepting Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) applications for renewable energy system and energy efficiency guaranteed loans and grants and energy audit an... Read More

Syngenta and ChemChina Miss EU Deadline for Antitrust Remedies

Syngenta AG and China National Chemical Corp. didn't submit proposed remedies to resolve potential antitrust concerns related to their planned merger by last Friday's deadline, an EU official said Monday, raising concerns about how quickly the deal w... Read More

Cold Weather Rule to Take Effect

ASSOCIATED PRESS - A rule that prevents utilities from disconnecting Kansas customers during extreme cold takes effect when November arrives. The cold weather rule is enforced by the Kansas Corporation Commission and runs from Tuesday November 1st... Read More

5 Tax Deductions For Your Farm

LINCOLN — Tax time on the farm can be a little stressful. In gathering all your forms and receipts in preparation for a visit to your accountant, don’t forget about these five deductions. 1. Home Office You can deduct a percentage of your ... Read More

NE Cattlemen Interim Policy Passed on Fed Cattle Trade

Nebraska Cattlemen's Board of Directors announces the adoption of interim policy concerning severe marketing issues and concerning trends in the nation's negotiated fed cattle trade. NC leadership and staff have been focused on this issue for over... Read More

Smith to Hold Mobile Office in Lexington

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) will meet constituents of the Third District during a mobile office on Wednesday, October 26, in Lexington. A mobile office allows constituents to meet directly with Congressman Smith about... Read More

Kansas works to understand trauma impact on students

ASSOCIATED PRESS - A state education consultant says Kansas could benefit from addressing the impact of childhood trauma on students’ ability to learn. Kent Reed, school counseling program consultant for the Kansas Department of Education, told ... Read More