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Discover Ice-Fishing events schedule in January

LINCOLN, Neb. – Anglers can learn the basics of ice-fishing or pick up a few new tips from experienced anglers at Discover Ice-Fishing events in January, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks C... Read More

NU President Carter to speak at Kearney Chamber dinner

  KEARNEY – The Kearney Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting its’ 101st Annual Meeting, on Monday, January 20, 2020 at the Younes Conference Center. This celebration will highlight the teamwork and dedication that has built the foundation ... Read More

Ricketts: Bound to be Some Growing Pains in Fledgling Nebraska Hemp Industry

Nebraska's Governor says the state's ability to help the fledgling industrial hemp sector is limited to the current system of approval of pilot projects and associated permits, and there's not too much more that the state can do to help with economic... Read More

We are forging NCTA’s future

CURTIS, Neb. - As I end my first semester as interim Dean at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture I have been blessed to get to know the many students who fill our classrooms, work in our fields and care for our livestock and the many unique... Read More

Multiple units called to Shelton church fire

Shelton, Neb. -- Shelton Firefighters were called to Zion Lutheran Church early this morning for a structure fire.  Witnesses stated that they saw orange flames. Gibbon and Wood River were paged for mutual aid. A Buffalo County Sheriff's Office D... Read More

Bike Ride Across Nebraska Announces 2020 Route

The 40th Annual Bike Ride Across Nebraska has announced its newly unveiled route for summer 2020. Doug Scherlie, director of BRAN, says the route's intention is to "give a new perspective of the state of Nebraska." The route travels from Hemingfor... Read More

Harry V. Temple House Listed on National Register of Historical Places

Residents and visitors of Lexington have long noticed the beautiful three-story Queen Anne located northeast of downtown, and now the Harry V. Temple House is being recognized by the National Register as a significant historic place. The unique ar... Read More

Nebraska Farm Bureau Names 2020 Leadership Academy Class

KEARNEY, NEB.- Ten farmers, ranchers, and agribusiness professionals from across Nebraska have been selected for Nebraska Farm Bureau’s 2020 Leadership Academy. They will begin a year-long program starting Jan. 23-24 in Kearney. “The goal of th... Read More

EPA Announces $1.5 Million in Funding to Reduce Emissions From Diesel Engines in Four Midwest States

EPA anticipates awarding approximately $44 million across the country in Diesel Emission Reduction Program grant funding (Lenexa, Kan., Dec. 10, 2019) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Midwest Region (Region 7) will accept... Read More

Randy and BrenDee Reinke Take Home Nebraska Farm Bureau’s  Excellence in Agriculture Award

KEARNEY, NEB. – Randy and BrenDee Reinke of Neligh were named the recipients of the 2019 Young Farmers and Ranchers Excellence in Agriculture award. The award was given Dec. 10, at the “We Love our Members” luncheon during Nebraska Farm Bureau... Read More

Bertrand librarian one of only 10 in the nation to win national public service honor

Stephanie Dannehl recognized with prestigious national public service honor CHICAGO – Stephanie Dannehl, school librarian/tech integration specialist at Bertrand Community School, is one of only 10 librarians nationwide selected to receive an I ... Read More