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Cambridge woman named NPCC Business Student of the Month

  A woman from Cambridge is North Platte Community College’s Business Student of the Month for November. Rebekah Farmer was nominated for the recognition by Kathleen McCune, Business and Offi... Read More

Huskers Add Eight on Signing Day

The Nebraska softball program added eight talented student-athletes to its roster on Wednesday announced Head Coach Rhonda Revelle. Billie Andrews (Gretna, Neb.), Camyl Armendariz (La Verne, Calif.), Sydney Gray (Tucson, Ariz.), MJ Green, (Henderson,... Read More

Huskers to Welcome Three in 2020

The Nebraska women's basketball team will welcome three freshmen to its 2020-21 roster with the additions of Ruby Porter, Annika Stewart and Whitney Brown, Coach Amy Williams announced to open the fall 2019 signing period on Wednesday, Nov. 13. ... Read More

Husker Offense Stresses Efficiency

Lincoln, Neb.—The Nebraska football team worked out in full pads for two hours on Wednesday, splitting time inside the Hawks Championship Center and outside on the Ed and Joyanne Gass practice fields. Offensive Coordinator Troy Walters addr... Read More

Enjoy Korean culture, cuisine Sunday on UNK campus

KEARNEY – The Korean Student Association at Kearney is hosting its ninth annual Korean Festival at 7 p.m. Sunday (Nov. 17) in the Nebraskan Student Union Ponderosa Room on the University of Nebraska at Kearney campus. The event, which is free ... Read More

Nebraska Volleyball Announces Signing Class

The Nebraska volleyball program and Head Coach John Cook announced the 2020 signing class on Wednesday, the first day of the National Letter of Intent November signing period. The Huskers' 2020 class includes 6-3 middle blocker Kalynn Meyer (Su... Read More

AEM releases October 2019 ag equipment sales numbers

October 2019 saw increases in U.S. sales of self-propelled combines while both 4-wheel-drive tractors and 2-wheel-drive tractor sales fell modestly compared to October of last year, according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manuf... Read More

Ricketts visits world’s largest ag tech fair to promote Nebraska’s products

This week, Governor Pete Ricketts and his trade delegation visited the world’s leading agricultural technology fair.  The fair, Agritechnica, is hosted in Hannover with 450,000 visitors from 130 countries. Companies headquartered in Nebraska, suc... Read More

University of Colorado retires live buffalo mascot Ralphie V

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — The University of Colorado at Boulder has announced that the school's live buffalo mascot Ralphie V will retire. The Daily Camera reports Tuesday's announcement came after the 13-year-old buffalo did not lead the football... Read More

NDOT Announces New Roadside Memorial Policy

November 13, 2019 (Lincoln, Neb.) — Today, the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) announces their new roadside memorial policy aimed at allowing an immediate family member to memorialize a death which occurred as the result of a vehicular... Read More

Grand Island police say meth overdoses killed 2 at motel

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. -  Police say two people whose bodies were found in a Grand Island motel room died of methamphetamine overdoses. The bodies of 38-year-old Joshua Perkins, of Grand Island, and 37-year-old Shannon Sybert, of Shelton, were found ... Read More