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Furnas County Feedlot Operator Charged With Animal Cruelty

A Furnas County feedlot operator has been ordered not to leave the state as he awaits arraignment on animal cruelty charges. NTV reports Steve Clason faces six felony counts of cruel neglect of liv... Read More

FKC Semifinals Held In Kearney

Behind a huge third quarter and a big game from senior post Sturgis Hanson Axtell moved in the FKC Finals on Monday with a 64-56 win over SEM. The Wildcats trailed at the half 28-26, but outscored SEM 27-8 in the third quarter to improve to 17-2 on t... Read More

Committee chair says school district bill won't proceed

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The chairman of the Kansas House education committee says his panel won't vote on a school consolidation measure. Rep. Ron Highland, R-Wamego, told The Topeka Capital-Journal Saturday he doesn't intend to move forward this ye... Read More

Aurora cruises past Lexington

AURORA - Upset minded Lexington hit the road Saturday with a goal to slow the red hot Aurora Huskies. The Minutemaids (7-14), fell short to the Aurora girls (15-6), 57-38. Meanwhile, the Aurora boys (18-1) led from start to finish in a 77-41 victory ... Read More

Nebraska high school teams to compete for college savings

LINCOLN, Neb.  -- The winners of this year's Personal Finance Challenge will receive thousands of dollars in college savings accounts.  The Personal Finance Challenge starts with an online competition March 21 through April 1 and follows with face-... Read More

Youngstown Scores Twice in the Final Minute, Wins, 4-2

Youngstown, Oh. – Joe Cipollone tied the game with seven minutes left, but Youngstown Phantoms forward Jason Cotton scored the game-winning goal with 21 ticks remaining to best the Tri-City Storm, 4-2, Saturday at Covelli Centre. After a turnover, ... Read More

UNK Basketball Update

UNK Win Streak at Five Kearney, Neb. – Sophomore guard Ty Danielson hit a three pointer with six seconds left and Central Missouri missed the front end of a one-and-one free throw soon after as Nebraska-Kearney nipped Central Missouri, 57-55, Sa... Read More

Aden Inducted Into Dawson County Cattlemen Hall of Fame

Rodney Aden of Gothenburg was inducted into the Dawson County Cattlemen Hall of Fame Saturday night in Lexington.   Aden was very active in the Nebraska Stock Growers Association in the 1970's where he served as President. Listen to Rodney's int... Read More

Nebraska Emergency Management Agency launches new website

LINCOLN, Neb.  -- The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency has launched a new website designed to be more user friendly.   The agency says the site's new look should make it more intuitive and easier to navigate. Along with a new appearance, the s... Read More

Wood Duck Box Building Project

Rowe Staff and volunteers have engaged with Gibbon Elementary School to build Wood Duck Boxes this spring. Rowe Staff Keanna Leonard gave students an informational meeting about Wood Ducks. On February 11th 2016 Rowe Sanctuary Staff and Volunteers w... Read More

Huskers Shoot Past Scarlet Knights

Lincoln – The Nebraska men’s basketball team earned their fifth Big Ten victory of the season Saturday afternoon, defeating Rutgers, 87-63, at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Nebraska used an 18-1 run in the first half while, holding Rutgers without... Read More