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Gothenburg Girls Golf Invite Results

The Gothenburg Girls Golf invite took place at Wildhorse on Thursday. Harlie Hilderbrand of Ogallala won it with a 73, Baylee Steele of North Platte was second with a 74. North Platte won the team tit... Read More

Nuckolls County Agricultural Society Receives $195,900 for New Show Arena

LINCOLN, Neb. Sept. 19, 2019 – USDA Rural Development Nebraska State Director Karl Elmshaeuser today announced that the Nuckolls County Agricultural Society will receive $195,900 for a new show arena at the Nuckolls county fairground. “County ... Read More

Trenton Fire Department Houses Historic Engine

The Trenton Fire Department hosts a 9/11 responder in its fleet. Bob Hovey, fire chief, feels a sense of pride with the community and the engine holding historic significance in the town. The fire engine responded to the Pentagon attack 18 year... Read More

Sen. Moran Priorities Included in FY2020 Ag Appropriations Bill

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) – member of U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies – today applauded the Senate Appropriations Committee’s ... Read More

Semi crashes off I-80, minor injuries to driver and passenger

Gothenburg, Neb. -- Minor injuries occurred when a westbound semi-trailer on Interstate-80 east of Gothenburg crossed the median, went across eastbound traffic, into the ditch, through the fence and came to rest next to a tree. The crash was reported... Read More

Taiwan Goodwill Mission Signs Letter of Intent for U.S. Wheat Purchases

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Representatives from the Taiwan Flour Millers Association (TFMA) signed letters of intent to purchase wheat and other U.S. grown commodities over the next two years Sept. 18, 2019, at the U.S. Capitol. The millers are part of a b... Read More

New Study Stresses Ethanol’s Benefits for Energy Security

A new study shows that the Renewable Fuel Standard not only saves drivers money at the gas pump every day, but also enhances energy security by greatly reducing or even eliminating the blow to our nation’s drivers when global oil production is disr... Read More

UNK Forum Addresses Rural Health Care, Teleservices

A panel including Dr. Marjie Heier of the Chifundo Rural Health Center in Zambia will be speaking Wednesday, Sept. 25 during the Global Perspective on Telecare and Rural Health forum posted by the University of Nebraska at Kearney. The event is sc... Read More

A Mooooovable Feast

The sun is rising over a pasture just south of York on a late summer day. Prairie grasses sway in the breeze at the spot, called the Kirkpatrick Basin North. Black-Eyed Susans and Mexican Hats flash their bright yellows and reds to attract the buzzin... Read More

Kansas Organic Certification Cost Share Program Accepting Applications

The Kansas Department of Agriculture has funds available for the national Organic Certification Cost Share Program (OCCSP). Through this program, farms, ranches and businesses that produce, process or package certified organic agricultural products m... Read More

With Fewer Hands in the Field, More Food Goes to Waste

Timing is everything. As a parent, that means grabbing a non-washable magic marker from your toddler’s hands right before the tip touches the living room wall. As a commuter, it’s about rolling up to the bus stop so that you’re not waiting too ... Read More