Body of missing man recovered in canal

The body of a man reported missing since September 15th was recovered Friday in the Paxton Canal along the county line between Keith and Lincoln Counties. Keith County Attorney Randy Fair says foul pl... Read More

Florida marketing group acquires former Monroe Shocks and Struts in Cozad

The former Tenneco Manufacturing Facility (Monroe Shocks and Struts) located in Cozad, was purchased by Mercy Real Estate. Mercy is based out of Tampa, Florida and repositions industrial and commercial properties using the IRS-approved 170 Exchange (... Read More

House Ag Committee Looks At Soil Health

Advocates for soil health highlighted the benefits of both soil and water quality to members of a House Agriculture subcommittee on Thursday, but they also acknowledged solid economic numbers are needed to get more farmers to adopt such practices. T... Read More

Becker gives reasons, steps for R-Project

NPPD Media Specialist Mark Becker recently discussed the need for the R-Project. Becker says reasons include relieving congestion and opening the door for wind energy projects. "Three main reasons for the line. One is to provide additional reliabi... Read More

From the Land of Kansas Tailgate Contest Winners Announced

MANHATTAN, Kan. - The state agriculture trademark program, From the Land of Kansas, has announced the winners of the K-State vs. Auburn pre-game tailgate contest. First place in the main dish category went to Melissa Wahl, Manhattan, Kansas, with her... Read More

Anderson to be Grand Marshal

Anne Anderson will be selected Grand Marshal for Saturday's Harvest Festival Parade in Gothenburg. Anderson is retiring from the Gothenburg Chamber of Commerce as the Executive Director of the Community Development Office. In addition to the parad... Read More

Sergio Ceja, Cacia Lyon Named UNK Homecoming Royalty

Sergio Ceja of Lexington and Cacia Lyon of Giltner were crowned homecoming king and queen Thursday at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. The two will be recognized during halftime of UNK’s football game on Saturday against Missouri Southern ... Read More

FDA Tweaking Food Safety Rules Due Next Year

The government said Friday it will rewrite sweeping new food safety rules after farmers complained that earlier proposals could hurt business. New proposals by the Food and Drug Administration would make it easier for farmers to meet water qua... Read More

Beef Checkoff Budget Set

The Cattlemen’s Beef Board will invest about $39 million into programs under the fiscal year 2015 budget, pending review by the full Beef Board and USDA approval. In action earlier this week, the Operating Committee approved checkoff funding for a ... Read More

Gothenburg Invite Results

Gothenburg Girls Golf Invite Thursday Team Scores 1st Minden 381 2nd Ogallala 406 3rd Cozad 409 4th Gothenburg 425 5th Holdrege 426 Top 5 Individuals 1st Maaike Mestl, Ogallala 83 2nd McKinley Harm, Gothenburg 89 3rd Brandi Lemek, Donip... Read More

Johanns talks about ISIL, Obamacare failures

U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns Thursday hosted a conference call with reporters to discuss efforts to equip and train moderate forces combating ISIL. Johanns says it's important to stop ISIL. "I am convinced that it's important that we act quickly to end ... Read More