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Huskers Set Sights on Season Opener

Lincoln, Neb. --- The Nebraska football team practiced for two hours in full pads and helmets on Tuesday afternoon. The defense practiced inside the Hawks Championship Center while the offense practi... Read More

SPUCC plans quarterly meeting

Learning to toot our own horn in the South Platte region is important to the South Platte United Chambers of Commerce, says Tim Anderson, president of the organization. At its quarterly meeting on September 13 in Red Cloud, tourist attraction operato... Read More

Green Plains to Purchase Three Abengoa Bioenergy Ethanol Plants Including York

OMAHA, Neb., Aug. 22, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Green Plains Inc. (NASDAQ:GPRE) today announced that it was the successful bidder on three ethanol plants for sale by Abengoa Bioenergy conducted under the provisions of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The com... Read More

New Poll Shows Strong Support for TPP Trade Agreement

A new poll from Morning Consult shows most voters favor fair trade – something all candidates should keep in mind as a congressional vote on the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement comes closer to reality. “Most Americans support free trade,... Read More

Gilead Receives Funding from USDA Rural Development for Sewer Improvements

GILEAD, Neb., August 23, 2016-The Village of Gilead will receive sewer improvements thanks to USDA Rural Development funding of $15,700 leveraged with a Community Development Block Grant of $18,915 from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development... Read More

Possible drowning at Buffalo County Lake

Buffalo County Sheriff's Deputies and Emergency Medical Services personnel were called to Buffalo County Lake near Ravenna Monday at 8 p.m. in response to a medical call. According to a release from the sheriff's office, a local man was reported to h... Read More

Brexit Decision Not Likely to Have Significant Impact on US Agricultural Trade

On June 23, the United Kingdom held a referendum to determine whether the country would remain a member of the European Union or leave. After a 52 percent majority voted to leave, it was determined that the U.K. would begin arrangements to separate f... Read More

The University of Nebraska and adidas Unveil New Husker Chrome Alternative Uniforms

The University of Nebraska and adidas today unveiled the new Husker Chrome alternate football uniform, which will be worn Saturday, September 24th at Northwestern. Developed in collaboration with the University of Nebraska athletic department, and in... Read More

RFA Hosting Ethanol Safety Seminars in Nebraska

The Renewable Fuels Association is hosting a free ethanol safety seminar this week in Nebraska. Attendees will receive in-depth information on proper training techniques that emergency responders and hazmat personnel need to effectively respond t... Read More

Nebraska State Fair Will Feature 4-H Exhibits & Video Wall

Visitors to the 147th Nebraska State Fair – Aug. 26 to Sept. 5 in Grand Island – will celebrate the people, products and talent of Nebraska. The fair is a chance for about 144,000 Nebraska 4-H youth, representing all 93 counties, to share what th... Read More

Some Viptera Claims Tossed but Multiple Syngenta GMO Corn Lawsuits Continue

A federal judge last week dismissed claims made by a group of farmers in a class action lawsuit against Syngenta that the company should have done something to inspect and keep harvested Viptera and Duracade GMO MIR162 corn from being shipped to Chin... Read More