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High School Basketball Scores

Friday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS BASKETBALL Alliance 76, Ogallala 36 Anselmo-Merna 43, North Central 40 Arcadia-Loup City 52, Ravenna 38 Aurora 81, Seward 42 Bellevue West 60, Belle... Read More

Points of Leverage for Cattle Operations

Give me a lever long enough … and single-handed I can move the world. -- Archimedes High points of leverage in a cattle production system are places where strategic inputs of time and resources potentially have impacts that are beneficial and s... Read More

Man sentenced to up to 100 year in murder-for-hire plot

AURORA, Neb. (AP) _ An Aurora has been sentenced to up to 100 years in prison for trying twice to hire someone to kill his wife. Lincoln television station KOLN reports that Robert Honken was sentenced Friday to 45 to 50 years in prison on each of... Read More

Giltner football coach takes new role in Wood River

GILTNER - Long time Giltner high school football coach, Jeff Ashby has stepped down to take another position roughly 50 miles away. Giltner Athletic Director Kurt Polt confirmed the resignation of Asbhy on Friday. Ashby accepted a job at Wood Ri... Read More

Burst Water Pipe Causes Street Closure's In Gothenburg

GOTHENBURG - An aging water pipe caused water to cascade down Lake Avenue in Gothenburg and forced motorist to find alternate routes to get to school and the hospital. Workers dig holes to get to a burst pipe on 20th street. Photo by Marie Foster... Read More

Nebraska unemployment rate steady at 3.4 percent in December

LINCOLN, Neb. - A new report says Nebraska's preliminary unemployment rate remained steady at 3.4 percent in December, matching the November figure. The Nebraska Department of Labor said in a news release Friday that the rate was fourth-tenths of ... Read More

US Beef Market Share Grows in South Korea

Despite a regain in consumer interest for imported pork, ostensibly because of bird flu, South Korea's pork imports slightly decreased over the past year, both overall and from the U.S. Contrastingly, beef imports volumes have surged, with the U.S. ... Read More

Nine Huskers in First Coaches/ Panel Rankings

Nine Husker wrestlers earned spots in the first NCAA Coaches’ Panel Rankings, released on Friday. Six of the Huskers, led by No. 3 TJ Dudley (184) and No. 3 Tyler Berger (157), are ranked in the top 10 of their respective weight class. Dudley, a... Read More

(Audio) Chat with the Chancellor - January 20, 2017

Brandon Benitz is joined by Doug Kristensen, the Chancellor at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, for our weekly “Chat with the Chancellor” in the Spring 2017 semester. We talked about his top 2-3 items on his agenda this semester; an upda... Read More

Leadership KFB Begins Third Class

The third class of Leadership KFB kicked off their year-long study program this month at Kansas Farm Bureau headquarters in Manhattan, Kan., Jan. 12-14. Participants include Mindy Andres, Morris County; Alfred Crawshaw, Wilson County; Jessica Flor... Read More

Regulators accuse keno operator of hundreds of violations

LINCOLN, Neb. - A southeast Nebraska keno operator is accused of concealing $1.28 million in illegal bets and committing more than 260 violations of state regulations. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the state Department of Revenue's Divisio... Read More