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Crop-Duster Landed After Hitting Power Line, Authorities Say

Authorities say a crop-dusting plane landed in an open field after striking a power line in southeast Nebraska. The Otoe County Sheriff's Office says the pilot found a spot to alight about 6 miles ... Read More

Inmate faces more Nebraska prison time for assaulting guard

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A Nebraska inmate already serving 35-40 years could be sentenced to 20 more years because he assaulted a prison guard. Online court records say 25-year-old Brendan Horner pleaded no contest Thursday after prosecutors lowered t... Read More

Event to Mark Maxwell Arboretum's 50th Anniversary

Lincoln, Nebraska, April 28, 2017 – A lecture and tree planting are part of events set for May 16 celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Earl G. Maxwell Arboretum on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's East Campus. George Briggs, director of t... Read More

ADM hires chief risk officer from CHS in latest corporate shake-up

Archer Daniels Midland Co has hired a chief risk officer from rival CHS Inc , the U.S. agribusiness confirmed on Friday, a further sign of an internal shake-up as a global grain glut pressures its profits. Chicago-based ADM has let key traders go,... Read More

Lopers Announce Track Recruits

Kearney, Neb. – Nebraska-Kearney track and field coach Brady Bonsall announced today that 23 high school seniors (13 men and 10 women) will join the Lopers next season. The newcomers include 21 Nebraskans and one each from Colorado and Kansas. B... Read More

NE Women Selected As Regional Winner In Monsanto's America's Farmers Mom of the Year Program

Today, Monsanto and the American Agri-Women named five regional winners of the America's Farmers Mom of the Year program. These regional winners represent the important and continually evolving role that women play in American farms, families, ... Read More

South Sioux City plans to build indoor athletic facility

SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. (AP) _ Two athletic groups have partnered with South Sioux City on plans to build a new indoor soccer and tennis facility along the Missouri riverfront. The Sioux City Journal reports the proposed recreational venue would be... Read More

Checkoff Reform Sought as House, Senate Consider Legislation

OMAHA (DTN) -- More than 80 farm groups asked congressional lawmakers to reform commodity checkoff programs in a letter sent to the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday. Last month, the "Opportunities for Fairness in Farming Act... Read More

NSP Signs Letter to Congress Urging Removal of RVP Limits

National Sorghum Producers joined the National Corn Growers Association, American Farm Bureau Federation and National Farmers Union in signing a letter to members of the House and Senate in support of removing an unnecessary EPA limitation on fuel ... Read More

Nebraska Celebrates National Drug Court Month by holding National-Level Trainings

Members of Adult Drug and DUI Problem-Solving Court teams from Scottsbluff to Omaha will meet together in May – the month nationally designated as Drug Court Month – for a training and self-assessment of best practice standards. Experts from t... Read More

Ex-player takes assault plea deal in Nebraska college brawl

AUBURN, Neb. (AP) _ A June 21 sentencing hearing in southeast Nebraska has been scheduled for a former Peru State College basketball player who took a plea deal in an assault case stemming from a brawl. Nebraska City radio station KNCY reports tha... Read More