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Gov. Ricketts Announces “Sorghum Cares” Initiative with Sorghum Producers Association and Dept. of Veterans’ Affairs

LINCOLN – On Monday morning, Governor Pete Ricketts  announced a new volunteer initiative, “Sorghum Cares: Preserving Our Heritage. Building Our Future,” to collect and preserve the stories of ... Read More

Ninth Latin American Product Showcase ‘Gets Business Done’ in Puerto Rico

The U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) held its ninth annual Latin American Product Showcase June 26-27 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The event attracted more than 400 people, including 190 buyers from 23 countries across the Caribbean, Central America ... Read More

Nebraska tax collections topped projections last fiscal year<

Lincoln, Neb. -- Nebraska state government collected more tax revenue than expected during the fiscal year that ended last month. The Nebraska Department of Revenue reported Monday that net tax receipts for the year totaled $4.896 billion, which w... Read More

Maher To Help With Flood Relief Efforts

Kearney- Dallas Cowboys standout and former Kearney High and Husker kicker Brett Maher is coming back to Kearney this week to help with a couple of flood relief efforts. On Wednesday two different events will take place. The first is a chance for are... Read More

Napier named to 2019 Preseason Starting Lineup by CFAY

SEWARD, Neb. – Fresh off one of the top seasons ever by a Concordia University football defensive player, junior linebacker Lane Napier has been named to the 2019 NAIA Preseason Starting Lineup by College Football America Yearbook (CFAY). The excl... Read More

Martinez Named To Maxwell List

Lincoln -- Nebraska sophomore quarterback Adrian Martinez in on the initial Maxwell Award Watch List released Monday afternoon. Martinez returns to pilot the Husker attack after a record-breaking freshman year in 2018. The 6-foot-2, 220-pounder set 1... Read More

El Nino End May Mean Hotter Late Summer in Midwest

OMAHA (DTN) -- Pacific Ocean El Nino conditions appear to be ending, which may indicate drier times ahead for the Midwest. That was the message in a review of eastern Pacific temperatures by DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist Mike Palmerino. The Pacific Ba... Read More

Neb. Sorghum on Decision Regarding Sulfoxaflor While Ensuring Strong Pollinator Protection

LINCOLN — Friday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a long-term approval for the insecticide sulfoxaflor—an effective tool to control challenging pests with fewer environmental impacts. After conducting an extensive risk analy... Read More

Custer County prosecutor accused of official misconduct

BROKEN BOW, Neb. - The Nebraska attorney general's office has filed a misdemeanor charge of official misconduct against the top prosecutor in central Nebraska's Custer County. The charge was filed earlier this month against Custer County Attorney ... Read More

Cargill shuts animal-feed mills in China as fatal hog disease spreads

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Cargill Inc shuttered animal-feed mills in China in recent months partly because the rapid spread of a fatal hog disease has reduced demand, a company executive said on Friday. The closures highlight the pain for global agricul... Read More

Franklin Forfeits Varsity Football Season

Over the weekend the NSAA announced that Franklin high school will forfeit all eight of its varsity football games this upcoming season. According to Activities Director Adam Boettcher the decision was made after having to forfeit games at the end of... Read More