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Official: Cougars suspected in Nebraska bighorn sheep deaths

NORFOLK, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says a slowly-growing mountain lion population is suspected of killing some of the state's also-thin bighorn sheep herds. The Omaha World... Read More

Huskers Drop Game Two, Rubber Match Set for Sunday

Minneapolis, Minn. – The Nebraska baseball team (22-15-1, 6-4-1 Big Ten) fell to Minnesota, 5-3, at Siebert Field on Saturday afternoon, evening the weekend series at 1-1. On Friday night, the Huskers captured the opener by a 5-3 margin. Senior ... Read More

Public urged to leave wildlife babies alone

LINCOLN, Neb. – It is natural for some people who see a young wild animal apparently abandoned by its mother to want to rescue it. The correct course of action is to leave it alone. Here are some rules of thumb from the Nebraska Game and Par... Read More

Candidates Sought For National Sorghum Checkoff Board

LINCOLN – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is seeking nominations for sorghum producers to serve on the United Sorghum Checkoff Program board of directors.  There are five producer positions that will become vacant on the United Sorghum C... Read More

Free Youth ATV Training to be offered in Broken Bow

The Business and Community Education department at Mid-Plains Community College will take its Free Youth ATV Training to the Custer County Fairgrounds in Broken Bow on April 29. There will be additional trainings in Ogallala, Thedford, Benke... Read More

Huskers Make History, Advance to Finals at NCAAs

West Point, N.Y. --- The No. 7 Nebraska men's gymnastics team made history Friday afternoon, advancing to the team finals at the NCAA Championships for the first time since 1999. The Huskers scored 413.050 to finish third in their session behind Stan... Read More

USDA to Consider Release of GM Moths, GM Virus

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- In the past two weeks, USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has released documents on proposals to release two genetically modified (GM) organisms: diamondback moths and a virus designed to control the ci... Read More

Donation keeps doors open for Lincoln refugee program

LINCOLN, Neb.  --  Nebraska's largest refugee resettlement program will be able to keep its Lincoln and Omaha doors open thanks to a donation by a couple who advocates for refugees. The Lincoln Journal Star  reports that the donation by Donna and... Read More

Register Now for Farm Finance and Ag Law Clinics in May

Openings are available for one-on-one, confidential farm finance and ag law consultations being conducted across the state each month. An experienced ag law attorney and ag financial counselor will be available to address farm and ranch issues relate... Read More

Dow Blasts AP for Chlorpyrifos Article

This week, the Associated Press published an article about chlorpyrifos and Dow’s push to ignore findings from federal scientists; however, Dow released a statement today (April 21) noting that the article “contained a number of misleading and in... Read More

Fatal crash near Sutherland I-80 interchange

The Nebraska State Patrol investigated a fatality crash that occurred on Friday shortly before 11 a.m. at the Sutherland I-80 Interchange. A westbound van veered north off I-80 and crashed into a tree causing the driver to suffer grave injuries. The ... Read More