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(Audio) Mitchell family from both coasts watch solar eclipse in Lexington

A family from both coasts came together in Lexington to view the total solar eclipse. Andrea and George Mitchell live in Boston, Massachuetts and their daughter Petrea resides in Portland, Oregon. And... Read More

Lincoln City Council struggles with property tax windfall

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ As local governmental units prepare to vote on budgets and set property tax rates for next year, Lincoln officials are struggling with what to do about a property tax windfall. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that Lincoln Cit... Read More

Report Neutral for Corn, Soybeans as Conditions Remain Mostly Stable

Crop conditions were mostly stable last week with corn condition unchanged from the previous week and soybean condition up just 1 percentage point in the good-to-excellent category, according to USDA's weekly Crop Progress report released Monday. ... Read More

Secretary Perdue Announces Tony Tooke as New Forest Service Chief

(Washington, D.C., August 21, 2017) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced Tony Tooke will serve as the new Chief of the U.S. Forest Service. Tooke has worked for the Forest Service since age 18 and currently is the Regional ... Read More

CWT Assists with 88,185 Pounds of Cheese Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) has accepted 1 request for export assistance from a member cooperative that has a contract to sell 88,185 pounds (40 metric tons) of Cheddar to customers in Central America. The product has been c... Read More

K-State Ranked 20th In Preseason Poll

MANHATTAN, Kan. – For the second time in the last four years, Kansas State was ranked in the Preseason Associated Press Top 25 as the Wildcats are 20th in the preseason survey released Monday. K-State, which was also ranked 20th in the 2014 Preseas... Read More

US and South Korea Trade Negotiators Meet In Seoul Next Week

Negotiators from the U.S. and South Korea will meet this week in Seoul, a session that is to discuss potentially amending the five-year-old U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS). President Donald Trump has said he would either renegotiate or termi... Read More

Victim Identified in Weekend Hit-and-Run Fatality in Rural York

YORK, Neb. - The York County Sheriff's Office has identified the victim in Saturday's hit-and-run fatality accident southwest of York. 41-year-old Chad K. Chapman of York, was struck by a vehicle on Road 11 between Roads K and J. The York County S... Read More

Jennifer Kopanke Earns Sheep Heritage Foundation Scholarship

DENVER - Like many young girls who love animals, Jennifer Kopanke settled on becoming a veterinarian early in life. But she didn't stop there, choosing to continue her education in a doctorate program at Colorado State University. Her research into ... Read More

Nebraska FFA Foundation Raises Money for Jacket Program

Now you can give one of the most symbolic pieces of FFA membership to an FFA member. Through the Blue Jackets. Bright Futures. program, the Nebraska FFA Foundation strives to provide all deserving FFA members in Nebraska with a free FFA jacket a... Read More

Lightning blamed for fire at Lincoln fraternity building

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities have blamed lightning for a fire that damaged a University of Nebraska-Lincoln fraternity building. The fire was reported around 8 a.m. Sunday and took about 20 minutes to control. Fire Capt. Dave Engl says the bui... Read More