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(AUDIO) MPCC raffle car to be on display in Fremont this weekend

North Platte's Mid-Plains Community College's 1965 Chevy Impala Raffle Car will be on display in Fremont this weekend. Area Associate Vice President of Public Information and Marketing Chuck Salestrom says the Impala has been modified and restored by... Read More

May Traffic Fatality Toll

LINCOLN, Neb. - During the month of May 2017, twelve persons were killed in traffic crashes on Nebraska roadways, according to data collected by the Nebraska Department of Roads. ♦ These 12 fatalities occurred in 12 crashes ♦ Seven of the e... Read More

Cozad City Council Discusses, Economic Development, Eclipse and Stray Cats

COZAD - The Cozad City Council met on Monday, June 19, for their regular meeting. The council discussed several requests from the Cozad Development Company, a liquor licence,  a celebration for the the solar eclipse and a rash of stray cats in the d... Read More

Tri-Basin NRD Monitoring Groundwater Levels in Eastern Kearney County

In an effort to better monitor groundwater levels in eastern Kearney County, Tri-Basin Natural Resources District (NRD) has added three observation wells in the Little Blue Basin portion of the district. “We’ve already drilled two additional... Read More

NCTA Partners on Land, Ag Resources

We are fortunate to have a productive land and natural resource base for our educational mission at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture, allowing students to learn practical agricultural skills amid the plentiful regional resources of crops... Read More

Former Husker Brothers joins Briar Cliff Staff

Briar Cliff Head Coach Dennis Wager has announced that Titus Brothers, a former cornerback at Nebraska, has joined his coaching staff.  According to Wagner, Brothers brings a great deal of knowledge to the program as both a collegiate player and coa... Read More

Nebraska Man Accused of Cattle Rustling Pleads Not Guilty

RED CLOUD, Neb. - A south-central Nebraska man accused of cattle rustling has pleaded not guilty. Court records say 26-year-old Austin Petr entered the plea last week in Webster County, where's he's charged with theft. His next court hearing is sc... Read More

'Raise Your Hand': 4-H Alumni Encouraged to Support Organization

The largest youth development program in the nation, 4-H, is calling on all alumni to help bring 4-H programming to 10 million youth by 2025. Currently 4-H empowers nearly six million young people in every county across America, including over 140,00... Read More

(AUDIO) Nigerian and South African Millers Visit Wheat Harvest in KS and NE

Flour millers from Nigeria and South Africa will be in Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, North Dakota and Minnesota June 18 to 29, 2017, as part of a trade team sponsored by U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) and wheat commissions from those states. Gerald The... Read More

Lawyer contests constitutionality of Nebraska death penalty

TECUMSEH, Neb. (AP) _ An attorney for an inmate accused of strangling his cellmate has asked a judge to declare Nebraska's death penalty unconstitutional. Concerns over the lethal injection procedure are among the 11 arguments in a motion filed Mo... Read More

New administrator hired for state election office

LINCOLN – Secretary of State John Gale announced Wednesday his hiring of Sarpy County Election Commissioner Wayne Bena as his new deputy secretary of state for elections. Bena fills the vacancy of former deputy for elections, Neal Erickson, who ... Read More

Peace, Love and Lavender Hosts Festival

JOHNSON LAKE - Cyndi Smith and her farm; Peace, Love and Lavender will be celebrating their second annual Lavender Festival this Saturday starting at 9 a.m. near Johnson Lake at 42636 Rd. 751. Smith says she wants the farm to be a special place, ... Read More

Orders Being Accepted for 2018 BRS/AngusSource® Calving Books.

For years, Angus producers from across the country have kept herd records using the pocket-sized Beef Record Services (BRS)/AngusSource® black books. Stacks of the books, some dating back more than 30 years, contain handwritten information about the... Read More

JBS S.A. Undertakes Strategic Asset Review

The divestment program is intended to further sharpen the focus of the business on key strategic areas, protect core assets and allow the Company to reduce net debt as it works on plans for future growth. Following a careful assessment, the Company ... Read More