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Comparing January 20, 2020 Cattle market to 2021

Brad Kooima looks at the cattle market one year apart, the formula cattle coming out of the south & the long term we are seeing in this market. Read More

MIAA Makes Changes To Postseason Tournament

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The MIAA has announced changes to the 2020-21 Men's & Women's post-season basketball championships, presented by Citizens Bank. Due to restrictions related to indoor events in Kansas City because of CoVID-19, the association wi... Read More

Commodity Classic announces dates for virtual event

Commodity Classic has set the dates for its 2021 Special Edition, which will take place March 2-5, 2021, as a digital experience. Registration will open Tuesday, January 26, 2021, at The registration fee is waived for the fir... Read More

Chief Justice Focuses on Pandemic Response, Access to Justice

The head of Nebraska’s judicial branch reviewed the court system’s efforts to provide “uninterrupted access to justice” during the coronavirus pandemic in his State of the Judiciary address Jan. 21. As his f... Read More

Stolen Vehicle Recovered in I-80 Pursuit, Juvenile Apprehended

North Platte, Neb. -- Thursday, January 21 -- Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) have arrested a Colorado juvenile and recovered a stolen vehicle following a pursuit in western Nebraska Wednesday morning. At approximately 8:50 a.m. CT W... Read More

(Audio) Lopers To Host Midwest Duals

Kearney, Neb. – The Annual Midwest Duals will take place in the Buffalo County Fairgrounds this weekend and feature 15 high schools and 10 colleges. The field, due to the on-going COVID pandemic, is smaller this year. High schools will compete Frid... Read More

China hopeful for better U.S. relations with Biden Administration

With President Joe Biden taking over in Washington, D.C., China retired it’s claimed stance of improving relations with the United States. A Chinese government official stated Wednesday, “We are committed to developing a relationship with the ... Read More

USDA announces key staff appointments

The Biden-era Department of Agriculture Wednesday announced the names of those who will hold senior staff positions in Washington, D.C. Gregory Parham was named Interim Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration. Parham served as Assistant Secreta... Read More

Boggs Signs With Concordia

Erin Boggs of Bertrand high school signed a letter of intent this week to compete in track and field at Concordia University. She will compete in the Pole Vault, Pentathlon and Heptathlon for the Bulldogs. Boggs has been a multi sport star for the Vi... Read More

NSP inmate death

Lincoln, Neb. -- A 65 year old inmate at the Nebraska State Peniteniary died on January 18. Harold Wilson was serving a 56 to 170 year sentence for attempted murder, attempted kidnappping, attempted first degree sexual assault, and robbery out of ... Read More

Mobile food distribution in Lexington on Thursday, January 21

Lexington, Neb. -- Another drive-up mobile food pantry will take place at St. Ann's Parish Center in Lexington on Thursday, January 21, beginning at 11 a.m., and continuing until the food is gone. Lexington Community Foundation Executive Director Jac... Read More