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Barry Named To All District Squad

Kearney, Neb. – Nebraska-Kearney senior guard Michaela Barry has been named to the 2018 CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) Academic All-District 7 Team. Barry (Battle Creek/Nor... Read More

Digital currency tax regulations discussed in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A Nebraska lawmaker aims to create legislation designed to encourage fast-growing technology such as bitcoins or blockchains. Sen. Carol Blood of Bellevue said Wednesday the measure would prohibit cities or villages from taxin... Read More

(AUDIO) Final two names released from quadruple I-80 fatality accident

*UPDATE*  - The final two names have been released in the deadly accident that claimed four lives on Interstate 80. The two have been identified as 27-year-old Jesus Gutierrez Palma, of Colorado, and 39-year-old Oscar Suarez, also of Colorado. Suar... Read More

How Potential ADM, Bungee Merger Would Impact Farmers

The possible merger of ADM and Bungee could decrease marketing outlets for farmers as the companies would combine operations. Chad Hart of Iowa State University told DTN-The Progressive Farmer this week that, however, unlike mergers in the seed bu... Read More

Nebraska state trooper charged in fatal chase

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A special prosecutor has filed charges against a former Nebraska state trooper at the center of a storm that rocked the State Patrol. Special prosecutor Joe Stecher charged Tim Flick on Wednesday with two misdemeanors, motor-v... Read More

Republicans Deliver Letter to Congressional Leadership Calling on Section 199A Changes

A group of Republican lawmakers Wednesday sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan calling for changes to Section 199A in the tax code. The group of more than 80 lawmakers says the changes will restore the c... Read More

Efforts to Move Northey Block Continue

Iowa Republicans took a strike at Senator Ted Cruz of Texas this week, saying his hold on the nomination of Iowa’s Bill Northey to the Department of Agriculture will harm his political standing. As Cruz continued his attack of the Renewable Fuel... Read More

Soil health to be highlighted at agronomy meeting in Oswego, Kansas

Soil health will take center stage at an upcoming K-State Research and Extension meeting on Wed., Feb. 28 near Oswego, Kansas. The meeting, “Cover Crops, Soil Health and Grazing,” will be focused on soil health as it pertains to agriculture, i... Read More

ASA Congratulates the 2018 Regional Winners of the Conservation Legacy Awards

The American Soybean Association (ASA) congratulates the regional winners of the 2018 Conservation Legacy Awards. Mark Schleisman, Lake City, Iowa (Midwest Region) David and Linda Burrier, Union Bridge, Md. (Northeast Region) Grant Norwood... Read More

Got sheep?

FORT SCOTT, Kan. — Got Sheep? If so, Join the Southwind Extension District of K-State Research and Extension, on Saturday March 3rd, beginning at 3:00 p.m. at the Bourbon County 4-H Building, for a Sheep Specialist Meet and Greet. K-State’s newes... Read More

Canadian Ag Minister Promoting Ag Trade in California

Canada’s top agriculture official is promoting trade between the U.S. and Canada in California this week. Canada says Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Lawrence MacAulay is traveling to California to promote the Canada-California economic partn... Read More