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Court Vacates Lesser Prairie Chicken Threatened Species Rule

On September 1, 2015 Federal District Court in the Western District of Texas overturned a decision by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service in Listing the Lesser Prairie-Chicken as a Threatened ... Read More

USCA Encourages National Adoption of 13-State EPA WOTUS Injunction

USCA (September 2, 2015) – The United States Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) supports the request to apply the injunction against adoption of the changes to the EPA’s Waters of the US Rule on a national scale.  Currently, due to a successful ru... Read More

Hot, Dry Conditions Create High Fire Danger in SD

RAPID CITY, S. D.  – Abundant summer rainfall has created heavy grass fuel loadings across the state and these grass fuels are starting to cure with hotter weather. Very hot weather is forecasted across the state in the next 48 hours and the Divis... Read More

State Ag Dr. premiered at final Draft Horse Show

  The Draft Horse Show Finals took place on August 30, 2015 at the Five Points Bank Arena.  Making an appearance at this show was Director of the Nebraska Department of Agriculture Greg Ibach. Ibach has been serving as the Director of Agricu... Read More

Kansas State Fair Opens Search For General Manager

Hutchinson, Kan. – The Kansas State Fair five-person subcommittee, which leads the search for a new General Manager, will begin reviewing resumes and submissions on October 1, 2015. Fair Board President Harmon Bliss notes that the candidate need ... Read More

Body of missing man recovered at Merritt Reservoir

The body of  a Valentine man was recovered from  Merritt Reservoir in Nebraska's Sandhills.  Cherry County Attorney Eric Scott says officers from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and Cherry County Sheriff's Office responded on Sunday  to a... Read More

Soy Checkoff Targets Soybean Innovation for Profit Opportunities

Maximizing the profit potential of every U.S. soybean farmer means seeing beyond today; it means driving soybean innovation in products and services to meet customers’ needs tomorrow. That’s why the farmer-leaders of the national soy checkoff ... Read More

Riley Named In Lawsuit

The wild week at the University of Nebraska continues. According to a story posted on a former student at Oregon State University has filed a federal Title IX lawsuit that accuses the school's former head football coach Mike Riley of f... Read More

Phillips Charged With Murder

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) _ Former NFL running back Lawrence Phillips has been charged with murder in the death of his cellmate at a Central California prison. Phillips is suspected of killing 37-year-old Damion Soward at Kern Valley State Prison in A... Read More

Current El Niño could mean more favorable crop weather

Much-needed precipitation through the U.S. heartland this year has replenished soil moisture, refilled ponds and promises to boost crop yields, thanks to the weather phenomenon known as El Niño, according to Iowa State University agricultural climat... Read More

High School Softball Scores

Tuesday (09/01/2015) Arlington 3, Ashland-Greenwood 2 Beatrice 11, Lincoln East 1 Bennington 7, Nebraska City 1 Bishop Neumann 10, Wahoo 0 Blair 4, Norris 3 Central City 4, Madison/Humphrey/Lindsay 3 Chase County 10, Holyoke, CO 2 Chase Cou... Read More