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University suspends frat house, citing behavior problems

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has suspended its Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, citing concerns about alcohol use and other problems. The university said Thursday that frat memb... Read More

Iowa Beef Checkoff Votes to Reinstating the Beef Checkoff

Iowa beef producers have spoken. They want an extra 50 cents per head of cattle to be used for promoting Iowa beef. Preliminary results of the Nov. 30 referendum show 56 percent of Iowa beef producers in favor of reinstating the Iowa beef checkoff, ... Read More

Court Denies Syngenta Appeal Request

The legal battle between farmers and Syngenta over Viptera corn continues. On Wednesday, a federal appeals court denied Syngenta's request to appeal a district court decision that would have established a major class of farmers who could have been da... Read More

Northwest Missouri State in national football semi-final Saturday

MIAA-member, Northwest Missouri State will play in its 11th national football semi-final on Saturday in Maryville, MO, vs. Ferris State of Michigan. The Bearcats advanced after a 35-0 win over Harding University last weekend in which their defense he... Read More

Cable company to stop printing phone books in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb. - The Nebraska Public Service Commission is allowing a cable company to stop delivering phone books to homes in the communities it serves statewide. The Lincoln Journal Star reports the state's phone regulator gave CenturyLink permis... Read More

RFA Statement on Governors’ Biofuels Coalition Letter to Trump on RFS Support

Today, the governors of Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota, on behalf of the Governors’ Biofuels Coalition, sent a letter to President-Elect Trump, thanking him for his support of biofuels and the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) during the campaign and ... Read More

(Audio) Dusters Take Two From Lexington On Thursday Night

The 104th meeting in boys basketball between Lexington and Holdrege was a classic as the Dusters won it 48-47. Jackson Burney hit the game winner for the Dusters with one second left. It was the second straight last second win for the Dusters, who do... Read More

USDA Reports Flash Global Crop Stocks Raised

WASHINGTON (DTN) -- USDA may have befuddled the grain trade with its monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates on Friday because the estimates held pat on U.S. corn, soybean and wheat stocks and use for the 2016-17 crops. However, USDA ... Read More

Milk Prices Poised for Modest Improvement

After a few years of significant challenge the outlook for U.S. milk producers is beginning to improve, according to a new report from CoBank. Despite projected supply increases, milk prices are poised for modest improvement in the years ahead thanks... Read More

Ogallala Comfort Inn Destroyed By Fire

OGALLALA, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities say several fire departments have joined forces to battle flames at a motel in the western Nebraska city of Ogallala. The fire broke out early Friday morning at the Comfort Inn just off Interstate 80. Among the ... Read More

Swedes/Eagles Split

GOTHENBURG - Southern Valley and Gothenburg split the boys/girls double header on Thursday night. The Eagles won the girls game 58-35 and the Swedes won the boys game 58-27. Tia Norman led the way for the Eagles in the girls game with 22 points, C... Read More