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BLM Releases Flawed Planning Rule in the Closing Days of Presidents Term

WASHINGTON– The Bureau of Land Management today released a final version of BLM planning 2.0. Ethan Lane, Executive Director of the Public Lands Council and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association f... Read More

(AUDIO) NWB Issues Call for FY 2017-2018 Funding Proposals

The Nebraska Wheat Board (NWB) is issuing its call for funding proposals for consideration for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. Proposals should be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. CST on Wednesday, January 25, 2017. Individuals or organizations reques... Read More

Advanced Biofuels Targets Unlikely to be Met

Biofuels blending targets are spelled out in legislation and enforced by EPA standards, as is well known. However, current policies face significant pressures for change, the Government Accountability Office says and describes "several factors" that ... Read More

One-vehicle accident sends Lincoln woman to the hospital

YORK - A Lincoln woman was sent to the hospital Thursday afternoon after rolling her car in rural York. According to the York County Sheriff Dale Radcliffe, authorities were called to Road 12 just south of York shortly after 4:30 p.m. to a one-vehic... Read More

Standing Bear statue eyed for Lincoln's Centennial Mall

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Nebraska officials are looking to erect a statue of a famous Native American chief on Lincoln's Centennial Mall.  The sculpture of Ponca chief Standing Bear would stand 9 feet tall near the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College... Read More

(AUDIO) Crop Conditions Deteriorate as Drought Invades KS

Much needed moisture makes the top of many Kansas wheat farmers' 2016 Christmas wish lists. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, much of western Kansas is currently in moderate to severe drought just a few weeks after the entirety of the state was ... Read More

Winners Thrust Sky-High Wheat Yields Into Public Eye

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- From central Michigan to the plains of western Kansas and the river-fed acres of northern Oregon, the winners of the inaugural National Wheat Yield Contest share a common belief: Give wheat its due and it will return the favor... Read More

Cattle Market Expert Forecasts Larger Supplies in 2017

Record-large meat and poultry production combined with recent feedlot currentness issues are adding to the pressure on today's cattle market, said CattleFax Chief Executive Officer Randy Blach. His comments came during yesterday's Beef Industry Unive... Read More

(Audio) Lexington & Gothenburg Split Opening Night Games

Lexington- The Lexington girls and boys basketball teams split with Gothenburg on the opening night of the season. In the girls game, the Minutemaids fought off the Swedes 31-26. Gothenburg grabbed an early 2-0 lead but Lexington responded with nine ... Read More

William Lawlor has been appointed assistant vice chancellor for business and finance at UNMC

Omaha, Neb. - William Lawlor has been appointed assistant vice chancellor for business and finance at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Lawlor, who has been with UNMC for 11 years, has been serving as controller in the business and financ... Read More

Government Confirms No GE Wheat in Commercial Supplies

In a statement published yesterday, Dec. 1, 2016, it was announced that, after a thorough examination regarding the genetically engineered (GE) wheat detection in Washington State, the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has close... Read More