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Kansas Livestock Association to receive Don L. Good Impact Award

The Kansas Livestock Association (KLA), a trade organization protecting the business interests of livestock producers, has been selected to receive the 2019 Don L. Good Impact Award. The award, pre... Read More

April is Safe Digging Month in Nebraska

Call 811 before you dig, and know what’s below LINCOLN, NE – Apr. 17, 2019 – As the signs of spring appear, weather warms and the ground is ready for digging, eager do-it-yourself residents and contractors are jumping into projects. Whether ... Read More

Nebraska lawmakers unveil tentative property tax package

Lincoln, Neb. -- Nebraska lawmakers have unveiled a new plan to reduce property taxes by boosting state aid for K-12 schools, raising the state sales tax and eliminating tax exemptions. Members of the Revenue Committee announced the proposal Wedne... Read More

State Energy Office Offers 1% Loans to All Nebraskans

(LINCOLN, NE) — After the historic flooding and devastation in Nebraska’s communities, the Nebraska Energy Office, in conjunction with Nebraska lending institutions, began providing assistance to those affected by floods, by offering Dollar an... Read More

UNK Psychology Department celebrating 50th anniversary

Kearney, Neb. -- The University of Nebraska at Kearney Department of Psychology is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a public event Thursday (April 18) on campus. Marty Demoret, a 2007 graduate of UNK, will speak 3:30-4:30 p.m. in Copeland Hal... Read More

Neb. Legislature advances scaled-back bill aimed at wind energy

Lincoln, Neb.  -- Nebraska lawmakers have advanced a scaled-back bill that could make it harder to install wind-energy transmission lines on private property if landowners object. A new version the measure that was previously defeated won first-r... Read More

Study: Early child care, education both a top pride and concern in the Panhandle

A partnership of ESU 13, Panhandle Partnership and the Buffett Early Childhood Institute at the University of Nebraska Wednesday unveiled the results of an early childhood study that's been three years in the making. ESU 13 Administrator Jeff West... Read More

(Audio) Yilk Named New AD & Assistant Principal At Cozad

Cozad-Gothenburg native Jeremy Yilk will be the next Activities Director and Assistant High School Principal at Cozad High School. Yilk has spent the last 14 years as a teacher and a coach in the McCook school system. The last seven seasons he wa... Read More

Officials: Woman, baby safe following Nebraska carjacking

DONIPHAN, Neb. - Central Nebraska deputies say a woman and her baby are safe after a man carjacked the woman's vehicle near Doniphan. NTV reports that the incident happened shortly after 11 a.m. Monday on Highway 281 south of Doniphan. Doniphan is... Read More

Farmer's Cooperative celebrates 100 years, awards dividend checks

HEMINGFORD -- Farmer's Cooperative Elevator Co. is celebrating its 100th year and what better way to celebrate than to have dividend checks for its patrons. At the annual stockholders meeting April 16, in Hemingford, Farmers Cooperative President ... Read More

Driver Arrested Following Pursuit in Lincoln

Lincoln, Neb. -- Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol, with the assistance of the Lincoln Police Department, have arrested a man following a pursuit in Lincoln during the early morning hours of Wednesday, April 17. At approximately 3:30 a.m., a... Read More