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UNK trumpet player/Lexington native selected for 2015 National Intercollegiate Band

KEARNEY – Morgan Sentelle, a trumpet player at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, was recently selected for the 2015 National Intercollegiate Band. Sentelle is a music education major from Le... Read More

Lamberson Era Begins Tonight

Kearney, Neb. – For only the fourth time since 1955, the Nebraska-Kearney football team will play a game with a first-year head coach. Wilber native Josh Lamberson became the 17th head coach in program history (109 years) back in November and his U... Read More

Major League Baseball Scores

September 2nd INTERLEAGUE Final Texas 4 San Diego 3, 10 Innings AMERICAN LEAGUE< Final L.A. Angels 9 Oakland 4 Final N-Y Yankees 13 Boston 8 Final Baltimore 7 Tampa Bay 6, 11 Innings Final Toronto 5 Cleveland 1 Final Minnesota 3 Ch... Read More

Firearm and drug-related items seized in probation search

  A Johnson Lake woman was taken into custody following a probation search of her residence on Tuesday. Gosper County Sheriff Dennis Ocken says the search was conducted around noon by the Gosper County Sheriff's Office and District #11 Probat... Read More

Syngenta Seeks to Appease Angered Investors

Syngenta AG, which fended off a $47 billion takeover approach from Monsanto Co., moved to shore up investor support for its independence with a plan to buy back more than $2 billion of shares and sell a vegetable-seeds business. The Swiss make... Read More

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 Species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). T... Read More

Webster County Receives Funds from USDA for New Ambulance

  USDA Rural Development has awarded $27,000 to Webster County for the purchase of a new ambulance for the Blue Hill Ambulance District.  Webster County leveraged $157,000 towards the purchase.   “All the EMT’s are very consci... 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

Lincoln woman named director of Nebraska 150 celebration

A Lincoln woman has been chosen as executive director of the Nebraska 150 Celebration that begins in 2017.   Gov. Pete Ricketts and first lady Susanne Shore announced that Regan Anson will serve in the role. She began work on Tuesday.   The 37-year... 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