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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 M... 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

History hunters listing buildings in Butler, Colfax counties

SCHUYLER, Neb.  - History hunters will be compiling a list of historic buildings, structures and homes in eastern Nebraska's Butler and Colfax counties. The Columbus Telegram reports that the work is being undertaken by Patrick Haynes, who is a h... Read More

Rabobank Says Pork Export Pace is Slowing

A lot of pork production and slowing Chinese pork imports are going to pressure American pork prices in the next several months, according to Rabobank in its latest quarterly Pork Report. A Rabobank analyst expects the global pork trade to stabili... Read More

Huskers Rally Past Minnesota

LINCOLN, Neb. - The Nebraska volleyball team proved worthy of its No. 1 ranking on Sunday, using a complete team effort to take down No. 3 Minnesota, 3-2, in front of 8,363 fans at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. Minnesota staged a late rally to win t... Read More

(Audio) D sacks No. 22 Midland

SEWARD, Neb. – Last week the Bulldog defense had its ego bruised. This week it earned its mojo back. Led by a defense that held Midland to 23 measly first-half yards, the Concordia University football team remained unbeaten at home with a 20-14 vi... Read More

Phelps Medical Group Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Celebration

Join our Team on Thursday, October 27, 5-7pm, for our grand opening and ribbon cutting celebration. Food, activities and giveaways will be provided for all in attendance. Effective November 1, High Plains Medicine will be operating under the ... Read More