class="page-template page-template-page-templates page-template-news page-template-page-templatesnews-php page page-id-544 page-parent group-blog masthead-fixed full-width singular wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.0.1 vc_responsive"
News | KRVN Radio
Interstate 80 delays expected from Odessa to Elm Creek

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Traffic slowdowns are expected in south-central Nebraska as workers seal cracks on Interstate 80. The project is expected to begin Monday on a stretch from Odessa to Elm Creek. W... Read More

Experts See Higher Demand for Hotline Calls to Counsel Anxious Farmers

Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado was talking about the struggles of health care in rural parts of the state last week when he noted he had met in January with the director of the Colorado Department of Agriculture, who told the senator that the ag depar... Read More

Bunge CEO Says US Corn Still a Better Deal for Mexico

A key corporate leader in the grain trade told analysts this week he doesn't think Mexico would start heavily buying corn from South America simply because the U.S. offers a better deal. Still, Mexican officials are starting to better gauge the poss... Read More

Economist, environmentalist Winona LaDuke to speak at Hastings College

(Hastings, Nebraska) – Indigenous leader and activist Winona LaDuke will speak about the importance of protecting water in her speech “Water is Life” on Tuesday, February 28, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. in French Memorial Chapel on the Hastings Colleg... Read More

From the Land of Kansas and Farmers’ Market Event Registration Opens

The From the Land of Kansas Annual Meeting and Farmers’ Market Conference will be held March 16-17, 2017, in Manhattan. The conference includes the annual meeting for members, partners and farmers’ markets. It will feature general sessions, speci... Read More

Omaha works to boost activities by the Missouri River

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A group associated with the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce has hired a director to focus on boosting activities near the Missouri River. The Omaha World-Herald reports that former Lincoln Railyard employee Rachel Halbmaier be... Read More

NCBA and PLC Accepting Applications for Summer Internships

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and the Public Lands Council’s government affairs office in Washington, D.C., is accepting applications for a 2017 Summer public policy intern as well as a semester law clerk. The deadline to submit an ap... Read More

The 26th Annual Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Commences with Trailersfull of Horses

The 2017 Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic began with a day full of working ranch horses and ended with a night of draft horse feed team races. Twenty-one horses competed in the Ranch Horse competitions throughout the day including Ranch Horse Evaluatio... Read More

Easier citizenship path sought for slain officers' spouses

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - U.S. Rep. Don Bacon of Nebraska says he will re-introduce a measure aimed at helping secure citizenship for the widower of an Omaha police officer killed in the line of duty nearly two years ago. The measure, first introduced by... Read More

Study Details Retail Trends Across Nebraska

Nebraska’s retail activity is shifting toward urban centers according to a new study conducted by the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The study found that population is the largest factor affecting r... Read More

Western Nebraska man's vehicular homicide trial delayed

GERING, Neb. (AP) - The trial of a western Nebraska man charged in a fatal crash last year has again been delayed. Scottsbluff radio station KNEB reports that the motor vehicle homicide trial for 23-year-old Joshua Bolzer, of Mitchell, is now set ... Read More