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Energy Regulatory Commission of Mexico Releases Ethanol Blending Regulation

The Energy Regulatory Commission of Mexico (CRE) published Monday their recently-passed fuel regulation (NOM-016-CRE-2016) in the Mexican federal register, allowing for the blending and sale of up to ... Read More

Rural Radio Foundation fundraiser set for Lex

The Nebraska Rural Radio Foundation announces its’ ninth annual banquet and fundraiser is set for Thursday, Sept. 29 at the Holiday Inn Express, 2605 Plum  Creek Parkway. Theme for the event will be “The Future’s So Bright, We Have to  Wear ... Read More

Nebraska LEAD Announces 2016-2018 Fellows

Nebraska LEAD Group 36 participants were announced by Terry Hejny, Director, Nebraska LEAD (Leadership Education/Action Development) Program. The newest members of Nebraska's premier two-year agricultural leadership development program in its 36th... Read More

(Audio) UNK Head Football Coach, Josh Lamberson, Talks About Opening Night Game

KRVN's Brandon Benitz spoke with UNK Head Football Coach, Josh Lamberson, about the Lopers' opening-night game against the Missouri Western State University Griffons coming up on Thursday night in St. Joseph, MO. ...... Read More

Four arrests made in Seward County pursuit

On Sunday at approximately 9:00 a.m., Seward County communications received a call regarding a stolen vehicle from Fossil Fuels outside of Milford. The caller stated the stolen vehicle was a Blue Ford Expedition bearing 16 County license plates. A ... Read More

Cattle stolen in Marion County KS

A KLA member has reported four steers stolen the evening of August 28. The 800 lb. to 900 lb., mostly black steers were stolen from a pen at the intersection of Highway 77 and Highway 50 near Florence. All the cattle are branded with a CD on the left... Read More

South Sioux City approves $3.75M renewable fuels power plant

SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. - South Sioux City officials have given final approval to the sale of a seven-acre tract that will become the future site of a $3.75 million renewable fuels power plant. The Sioux City Journal reports that the proposed 3-meg... Read More

Rabobank Says Pork Exports Rely on Two Key Factors

The headwinds for exports of pork from the US are twofold: Mexico and ractopamine. Mexico is the largest customer for US pork on a volume basis - accounting for about one-third of total exports and by some estimates, one-in-five of all hams produced ... Read More

USDA 2016 Food Prices: Grocery Store Price Forecasts Down Again

Consumers are now expected to see grocery store prices steady to up 1% in 2016 compared to an outlook in July for an increase of 0.25% to 1.25%, as USDA's Economic Research Service (ERS) made further downward revisions to forecasts for several produc... Read More

Health officials confirm rabies in Bellevue bat

BELLEVUE, Neb. - Health officials in eastern Nebraska have confirmed this year's first case of rabies in Sarpy and Cass counties. The Omaha World-Herald reports that the Sarpy/Cass Health Department announced Friday that a bat found in Bellevue, s... Read More

Exhibits to Focus on Climate, 'Weather Ready Farms'

Agricultural producers and Nebraskans attending Husker Harvest Days near Grand Island Sept. 13-15 will learn ways to maintain profitability while addressing challenges from the state's climate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Institute of Agri... Read More