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(AUDIO) It has to start with prayer

The National Day of Prayer was established by Congress in 1952. The Lexington Ministerial Association marked the occasion Thursday with an event at the Evangelical Free Church in Lexington. Featured s... Read More

KS Senate VP says backing 2012 tax cuts was a mistake and he won't run again

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A top Republican in the Kansas Senate says he made a mistake in supporting Gov. Sam Brownback's 2012 income tax cuts and will not seek re-election because of the state's political climate. Sen. Vice President Jeff King of Ind... Read More

Huelskamp foe to run in Kansas 1st District as independent

TOPEKA, Kan. - An educator and farmer who previously ran against congressman Tim Huelskamp as a Republican is now planning to run in the 1st District of Kansas as an independent candidate. Alan LaPolice of Clyde announced Thursday that he is leavi... Read More

(AUDIO) Agricultural economy gets stronger with NCTA graduation

CURTIS - Nearly 80 students walked across the stage Thursday to receive their associate degree or 1-year certificate from the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture. Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and University of Nebraska President Hank Boun... Read More

Nebraska officials reach settlement with internet lenders

RRN/Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson LINCOLN, Neb. -- Unlicensed internet lenders have agreed to forgive more than $550,000 in loans as part of a settlement with Nebraska officials.   The agreement announced Thursday also requires four le... Read More

Kentucky Farmer Named 2016 National

ST. LOUIS (May 5, 2016) – After nearly two weeks of online voting, America has determined the national winner in Monsanto’s 2016 America’s Farmers Mom of the Year contest. Kentucky farmer Mary Courtney, who started her farm with her husband, Sh... Read More

100-year-old Central City theater to reopen after 2 years

CENTRAL CITY, Neb. A 100-year-old theater in Central City is set to reopen after two years of not operating. The Grand Island Independent reports that the State Theater is scheduled to reopen Friday with the movie ``Zootopia'' as its first feature... Read More

Sen. Moran Discusses UAS Program with FHSU Faculty

HAYS, KAN. – U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) met with Fort Hays State University (FHSU) Departments of Agriculture and Biological Sciences faculty this week to learn more about the school’s Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) program. Three months ag... Read More

 EPA Faces Scrutiny on Glyphosate

OMAHA (DTN) -- The House Committee on Science, Space and Technology launched an oversight investigation into the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's alleged inadvertent release of a cancer risk assessment final report on glyphosate, the active ing... Read More

 2016 HRW Tour Final Report- Kansas Tour Pegs 382.4 MB Crop

MANHATTAN, Kansas (DTN) -- This year's hard red winter wheat tour was a rubbernecker compared to the previous year. The tour estimated total production would come in around 382.4 million bushels. Scouts estimated Kansas yields will come in at 48.6 b... Read More

Hastings woman sentenced in baby wipe suffocation case

HASTINGS, Neb.  A Hastings woman accused of killing a toddler by stuffing a baby wipe down her throat has been sentenced to three to five years in prison. The Grand Island Independent reports that 34-year-old Azudany Serrano-Contreras was sentenc... Read More