Lopers Ready To Begin Spring Practice

By Andrew Hanson, UNK Student Kearney, Neb. - The last three months have been busy for Josh Lamberson to say the least. In that span, the University of Nebraska at Kearney first-year head football coa... Read More

Huskers announce 2015 volleyball schedule

Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska volleyball program has announced its 2015 season schedule. After leading the nation in attendance for the second straight season with 8,083 fans per match last season, the Huskers will play 15 regular-season matches at ... Read More

Resources and information available to aide Farmers’ Markets

MANHATTAN, Kan. –In efforts to continuously support farmers’ markets in the state, the Kansas Department of Agriculture, through the From the Land of Kansas agriculture trademark program, has collected data and updated resources available to mark... Read More

Nebraska lawmakers still sorting property tax options

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ With the session more than half finished, Nebraska lawmakers are still sorting through ways to lower property taxes while balancing the state budget. Bills slated for debate include personal property tax legislation to benefit bu... Read More

Resolution Recognizes Value of Locally-Led Soil and Water Conservation Efforts

WASHINGTON, DC--March 30, 2015--A bipartisan, concurrent resolution recently introduced in the U.S. Senate and House recognizes the value of locally-led soil and water conservation and the role of conservation districts within those efforts a... Read More

Pork Producers Committed To Addressing Resistance

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 27, 2015 – Responding to today’s release of the White House “National Action Plan For Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria,” the National Pork Producers Council said the U.S. pork industry is committed to continuing... Read More

Congressional caseworker to visit North Platte

  Washington, D.C. – Constituents of Third District Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) who need assistance dealing with a federal agency are invited to attend a “Caseworker in Your Community” event on Wednesday, April 1, from 9:00 a.m. to ... Read More

Omaha Headed To Frozen Four

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – For the first time in school history, the Omaha hockey team earned a berth in the NCAA Frozen Four, beating RIT 4-0 in the Midwest Regional finals on Sunday night at Compton Family Ice Arena at Notre Dame. Ryan Massa made 40 save... Read More

Two county I-80 pursuit Sunday ends at Cozad

One person was arrested following a 26-mile pursuit Sunday afternoon on Interstate 80 in Lincoln and Dawson counties. According to initial information from Nebraska State Patrol, a trooper began the pursuit of an eastbound vehicle about 2 miles west ... Read More

Conventional Soybean Oil Fattens Mice in New Study

ST. LOUIS (DTN) -- Soybean oil might be making Americans fatter and sicker, according to new research from University of California-Riverside (UCR) scientists. They found that, despite eating the same amount of food, mice fed with a diet rich in con... Read More

Tractor Program Still in Effect

USDA NRCS continues to accept applications for FY2015 funding consideration under the EQIP National Air Quality Initiative (NAQI).  The NAQI priorities are placed on replacing and destroying in-use off-road farm equipment powered by Tier 0 diesel en... Read More