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Nebraska wins national recognition for election security

Lincoln, Neb. -- Nebraska's secretary of state has won a national award for its efforts to keep election secure. Nebraska Secretary of State Robert Evnen's office received the Innovators Award earl... Read More

VIDEO: Big Iron Realty's Fridays in the Field in Pender, Neb.

Chad Moyer visits with Pender, Nebraska, farmer Brent Svoboda for this week's Big Iron Realty's Fridays in the Field. Svoboda provides an update of fieldwork he's done since his last segment and shares the status of his crops' current conditions. ... Read More

Senator Urges Delay in ERS, NIFA Move

OMAHA (DTN) -- So far, most employees at the Economic Research Service and the National Institute for Food and Agriculture are not making the move to Kansas City as part a reorganization. As a result, some members of the Senate Agriculture Committee... Read More

Stoll Named to Mackey Award Watch List

Nebraska junior tight end Jack Stoll was named to the 2019 John Mackey Award Preseason Watch List on Friday. The Mackey Award, named after NFL Hall of Famer John Mackey, is given annually to the most outstanding collegiate tight end. Stoll made the ... Read More

Nebraska Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Rancher Leaders Ask  Congress to Move Forward on USMCA

LINCOLN, NEB. –During a national affairs trip to Washington, D.C., members of Nebraska Farm Bureau’s (NEFB) Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) Committee asked for more economic stability and pushed for the passage of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Encourages Participation in Trade Mission to Germany

LINCOLN – Governor Pete Ricketts encourages ag producers and businesses across Nebraska to consider joining the November 9-16, 2019 International Trade Mission to Germany.  Officials from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) and... Read More

Dawson Area Development to Bring Mobile Learning Unit to Area Schools

LEXINGTON, NE - Students in Dawson County as well as Elwood and Eustis-Farnam will have an addition to their learning techniques this coming fall.  Dawson Area Development (D.A.D) is making a Mobile Unit called a “Makerspace” where students c... Read More

State says Nebraska's June jobless rate unchanged at 3%

LINCOLN, Neb. - Officials say Nebraska's unemployment rate remained unchanged in June at 3%. The Nebraska Labor Department said in a news release Friday that the preliminary June rate matched the May rate and was two-tenths of a point higher than ... Read More

(Audio) Klatt Likes NU's Chances

Chicago-Add Fox Sports College Football Analyst Joel Klatt to the long list of College Football observers who expect to see plenty of improvement this year for the Huskers.  He spoke this week to the Rural Radio Network and he expects Scott Frost an... Read More

Hunter Joins Coaching Staff as Graduate Assistant

Former Nebraska volleyball national champion setter Kelly Hunter will join the coaching staff as a graduate assistant for the 2019 season. Hunter, a two-time national champion with the Huskers in 2015 and 2017, will help coach the setters while fi... Read More

Governor appoints Director of Kansas Water Office

Governor Laura Kelly appointed Earl Lewis as Director of the Kansas Water Office. “Earl has proven to be a skilled and knowledgeable leader when it comes to water conservation and other important issues related to this precious resource,... Read More