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Grain Traders Rejecting New Soybeans Developed by Monsanto

U.S. grain companies plan to reject Monsanto Co.’s new genetically modified soybeans because of concerns that they could disrupt international trade without a key regulatory approval from the Europe... Read More

Major League Baseball

INTERLEAGUE Monday's Game Milwaukee 8 L.A. Angels 5 Washington 2 Kansas City 0 Tuesday's Game L.A. Dodgers (Kazmir 1-2) at Tampa Bay (Moore 1-2), 7:10 p.m. Washington (Roark 2-2) at Kansas City (Young 1-4), 8:15 p.m. AMERICAN LEAGUE Monday'... Read More

Highway 23 to be under construction in Gosper County

The Nebraska Department of Roads advises the work is scheduled to begin the week of May 16th on Highway 23 in Gosper County, from the east edge of Elwood and extending 6.6 miles east to Smithfield. Werner Construction, Inc. of Hastings has the... Read More

The 2016 Red Hard Winter Wheat Tour

The 2016 hard red winter wheat tour kicks off in Manhattan, Kan., on Tuesday, May 5. The second night ends in Colby and the third in Wichita. This year's tour will not conclude in Kansas City, but in Manhattan. Six different routs are taken by the s... Read More

Lexington Regional Health Center Cuts Ribbon for $25 Million Outpatient Services Center

Lexington, Neb., May 2, 2016—USDA Rural Development Community Programs Director Denise Meeks and Chief Executive Officer Leslie Marsh of the Lexington Regional Health Center were among those who participated in the official ribbon-cutting and open ... Read More

Kansas lawmakers pass plan to aid Highway Patrol

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas legislators have approved a bill increasing vehicle registration fees to provide extra funds for the state Highway Patrol to hire additional troopers. The House approved the measure Sunday on a 92-27 vote. The Senate p... Read More

Kansas says April tax collections $2.6 million above expectations

TOPEKA, Kan. -- Kansas is reporting that its tax collections last month were $2.6 million more than expected, giving state officials a small dose of good news in dealing with ongoing budget problems. The Department of Revenue reported Monday that ... Read More

Drug maker to pay Nebraska $1.48 million in settlement

LINCOLN, Neb.  Nebraska will receive $1.48 million from a pharmaceutical company to settle allegations that the drug maker knowingly underpaid rebates owned to the Nebraska's Medicaid drug rebate program. Attorney General Doug Peterson announced ... Read More

687 to graduate Friday at UNK; Large crowd expected

KEARNEY – Nearly 700 graduate and undergraduate degrees will be conferred at University of Nebraska at Kearney commencement exercises at 10 a.m. Friday. With 687 graduates, a large crowd is expected and guests are advised to plan ahead to get to th... Read More

USDA Weekly Crop Progress USDA Numbers Bearish for Corn, Wheat

OMAHA (DTN) -- Despite what seemed to be a very soggy week in some areas of the Corn Belt, the percentage of the nation's corn crop that was planted increased to 45% as of May 1, according to USDA's weekly Crop Progress report. That's 15 percentage p... Read More

Iowa Senator Grassley Seeking Answers on ARC Yields

Senator Charles Grassley wants USDA to explain disparities in payments for different counties under the Agricultural Risk Coverage program. Grassley, a Republican from Iowa, told reporters in a weekly call Monday that he is sending a letter to Agric... Read More