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York County Sheriff's Department Looking For Two Men Involved In Armed Robbery

YORK- The York County Sheriff's Department is actively seeking two Hispanic men who allegedly pulled a gun on a man in York. Allegedly, they kidnapped him, stole his wallet, and discharged a firearm. Sheriff Paul Vrbka said, "A man from Osceola wa... Read More

UNK Improves To 19-0 On The Season

Kearney, Neb. – Junior middle Anna Squiers had a big offensive night and senior outside Julianne Jackson recorded her 100th career service ace to help third-ranked Nebraska-Kearney get by Pittsburg State (-24, -16, -20) Friday night in Kansas. T... Read More

NSAA State Tennis Results

NSAA State High School Tennis Tournament, Area Placers Class B #1 Singles Zion Moyer, McCook 5th #2 Singles Mason Michaelies, McCook 1st 1# Doubles Logan Barenberg, Issac Hinze, McCook 2nd Brandt Groskreutz, Blake Thiele, Kearney Cath... Read More

Highway Commission/District 7 Program Hearing in McCook

McCook, Neb. - The Nebraska State Highway Commission has scheduled an October 25 meeting to be held at 8:30 a.m. at the McCook Community Hospital, 1301 East H Street, McCook, Nebraska. Public is highly encouraged to attend this meeting as they wil... Read More

The Friday Fontanelle Final Bell with Eric Kruegar of Smart Yield

Mixed market for a Friday.  Winds across the Midwest will see some dry down options with the winds moving through ahead of the storms.  Harvest grind is finally here.  China trade talks, USMCA-trade has drug on for so long we need to see something... Read More

Nebraska jobless mark of 3.1% unchanged for 3rd month

Lincoln, Neb. -- Officials say Nebraska's unemployment was 3.1% in September, matching the August and July figures. The Nebraska Labor Department said in a news release Friday that the preliminary September rate was four-tenths of a point higher t... Read More

Gothenburg among communities to host

Communities across the globe will be conducting a "Walk for Freedom" this Saturday in raising awareness about human trafficking. Gothenburg will be among three locations in the state holding a local walk. It will be held from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at Lake... Read More

NBB Announces New West Coast Office, Bolstered State Regulatory Presence

JEFFERSON CITY, MO - The National Biodiesel Board announced the opening of its new west coast office to be led by long-time California Air Resources Board (CARB) Division Chief Floyd Vergara. The expansion will bolster NBB’s presence on the west ... Read More

Business competition coming to Keith County

  Individuals thinking about starting up or expanding a business in Keith County have an opportunity to win money that could help put their plan into action. The Mid-Plains Community College Ogallala Campus is joining forces with Keith County ... Read More

Weekly Weather Update (10/18) Weather Should Remain Favorable for Harvest

Coming off a week of warmer weather for harvesters, Nebraska Extension Agricultural Climatologist Al Dutcher says, with the exception of a few rain chances, the forecast should remain favorable. Check out this week's weather outlook below. http... Read More

World share prices retreat...China has slowest economic growth in 26 yrs...IMF, World Bank hold annual meetings

World share prices retreated after China reported today that its economy grew 6.0%, its slowest pace in 26 years, in the latest quarter. In early trading, Britain's FTSE 100 edged 0.1% lower, the CAC 40 in Paris lost 0.2% while Germany's DAX reversed... Read More

Finding the Humor in #Harvest19 - Friday Five (October 18, 2019)

Being a #GrainCartGuy can be a hard job.  PLUS - The Blue Jackets, Bright Futures program gifted over 300 jackets to FFA members across the state of Nebraska.  Learn more in the latest edition of Friday Five, which is brought to you by the Ne... Read More

Despair in Burgundy and beyond, as US tariffs hit EU goods

French vintners are begging for government aid. Italian farmers are scrambling for new export markets. And American shoppers are about to face supermarket sticker shock on European products. That's because some $7.5 billion in U.S. tariffs on Eur... Read More

Irrigation season ends with excellent carry over for 2020

The irrigation season in eastern Wyoming and western Nebraska is in the books for what was a rocky year for many irrigators.  Shane Hayden, public relations with the Bureau of Reclamation Wyoming Office in Casper, said the Bureau went into the se... Read More