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Iowa City Votes Down Proposed Pork Plant

Very early Wednesday morning, the Mason City, Iowa city council voted against Prestage Foods proposal to place $240-million-dollar pork  plant in their town. The vote was a 3-3 tie and a tie vote ... Read More

Cattle Feeders College set for May 24 in Garden City

Kansas State University will host the 2016 K-State Cattle Feeders College, Tuesday, May 24, at the Finney County Exhibition Building, 409 Lake Ave. in Garden City, Kansas. This year’s event offers in-depth and hands-on educational sessions for indi... Read More

Former Husker Robinson wins volleyball title in Italy

Former Nebraska volleyball player Kelsey Robinson led her club team, Imoco Volley Conegliano, to the Italian Serie A championship on Monday in Villorba, Italy. Imoco Volley defeated Nordmeccanica Piacenza, 25-21, 25-18, 25-20 to capture the first ... Read More

(Audio) Wolves Win FKC Title, Gillming Takes Medalist Honors

Lakeside Country Club hosted the Fort Kearny Conference golf meet on Tuesday. Loomis won the team title with a  score of 370. Amherst finished second while Elm Creek was third. Head coach Gene Samuelson talks about what was the key for the Wolves. ... Read More

Willa Cather nephew leaves $5.8M to University of Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb.  A relative of celebrated novelist Willa Cather has left $5.8 million in his estate to support various scholarly projects at her alma mater, the University of Nebraska. The university said in a news release Tuesday that Charles Cath... Read More

Custer County house fire victim identified

The victim of a trailer house fire in Merna Monday evening has been identified as 59-year-old Michael D. McAlevy who lived in the residence. The fire was reported around 8:38pm with fire departments from Merna and Broken Bow responding. Custe... Read More

KEY

Schedule of Events: Monday, May 2nd - Key ’16 Online Auction is open for registration, silent auction bidding and for raffle ticket purchase. ~ ANYONE CAN BID! Registration and bidding for the silent auction will again be open to ANYONE who c... Read More

May is Proclaimed Kansas Beef Month

The month of May has been declared Kansas Beef Month, according to a proclamation signed by Governor Sam Brownback. Kansas is home to some of the highest quality cattle in the United States, and the state’s ranches and feedyards play a key role in ... Read More

Tyson Fresh Meats receives UNK College of Ed Community Service Award

KEARNEY – Tyson Fresh Meats has received the University of Nebraska at Kearney College of Education’s “Excellence in Community Service Award.” The award is given in recognition of a business that has shown excellence in its dedication and ... Read More

Thomas Rhett, Lady A, Train announced for 2016 Nebraska State Fair music acts

Following the success of Keith Urban in 2015, The Nebraska State Fair is once again taking the “Sounds to the Grounds” on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of opening weekend. Thomas Rhett, Lady Antebellum and Train – Live, outside and on the gra... Read More

Firefighters find body inside burning trailer house

MERNA - A body was found inside a Merna trailer house fire Monday night. The Merna and Broken Bow Fire Departments responded to the blaze shortly after 8:30 p.m. and once inside, firefighters found a body. The cause of death is pending the results of... Read More