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Rebel's Turkey Trials | Friday Five | Nov. 25, 2020

Though your last minute Thanksgiving preparations may have you feeling stressed, Rebel and Alex are here to help you out! Tune in to watch the turkey prep process from start to finish! P.S. This is Rebel's first attempt at preparing a turkey. E... Read More

Holliday named to 2021 Pork Leadership Institute team

The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) and the National Pork Board (NPB) have announced the members of the 2021 Pork Leadership Institute (PLI). Aaron Holliday of Columbus will represent Nebraska as one of the eighteen team members from thirteen ... Read More

100 new cases of COVID-19 reported

Kearney, Neb.  -- One hundred (100) new cases of COVID-19 were reported by Two Rivers Public Health Department in the seven-county region it serves for Tuesday November 24. Please check the Two Rivers website for more detailed information for our ... Read More

(Audio) UNK Excited About The Future

After going to 2-0 during its shortened season the Loper football team is excited about the future. KRVNs Jayson Jorgensen talks with head coach Josh Lynn about where things stand. Click here to listen....... Read More

A bountiful harvest in western Nebraska

In a year where the Covid-19 pandemic seemed to close businesses and put a damper on events. Nebraska farmers of corn, dry edible beans, and sugar beets saw a good harvest and production. Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) Director Steve Wellm... Read More

Lincoln man sentenced to 47 years for Trafficking minors

United States Attorney Joe Kelly announced that Devin L. Ashford, 33, of Lincoln, Nebraska, was sentenced today after being found guilty by a jury of Sex Trafficking of a Minor; Sex Trafficking by Force, Fraud, or Coercion; Production of Child Porn... Read More

National Thanksgiving turkey welcomed to the White House

National Turkey Federation (NTF) Chairman Ron Kardel presented the National Thanksgiving Turkey named "Corn" to President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump today during the annual National Thanksgiving Turkey Presentation. "Corn" and hi... Read More

New Look Huskers Open with McNeese State

A new season dawns for the University of Nebraska men’s basketball program Wednesday morning, as the Huskers begin what will be a unique campaign with a matchup against McNeese State. Tipoff at Pinnacle Bank Arena is slated for shortly after 11 a.m... Read More

Confident Dawgs pummel College of Saint Mary

OMAHA, Neb. – A Confident and decisive Concordia University Women’s Basketball team keeps on rolling. Fifteen Bulldogs contributed to Tuesday (Nov. 24)’s rout that featured 40 turnovers forced and another 14 3-point field goals that torched th... Read More

Farmers earn 12 cents of Thanksgiving food dollar

For every dollar Americans spend on Thanksgiving dinner this year, farmers and ranchers will earn about 11.9 cents. The National Farmers Union says that marks a slight drop from 2019 when farmers claimed 12.5 cents of the Thanksgiving food dollar.... Read More

Memorial service set for Ansley youth

  A Memorial service has been set for one of three people involved in a one-vehicle accident in northwestern Buffalo County on November 17th.   Fourteen-year-old Ely Dehart of Ansley passed away November 19th at CHI Health Good Samaritan in ... Read More

November firearm deer harvest slightly lower than last year

LINCOLN, Neb. – Preliminary Nebraska deer check-in numbers indicate statewide harvest is down 3 percent compared to 2019 for the November firearm season. During the nine-day season, 42,024 deer were harvested, compared to 43,418 in 2019. While the... Read More

Lopers Sign Three Guards

Kearney, Neb. – Nebraska-Kearney head women's basketball coach Carrie Eighmey announced today the names of three high school seniors who'll suit up for the Lopers next winter. They are guards Alayna Benike (Castlewood, S.D.; , Rachel Leerar  an... Read More

Fire destroys rural home northeast of Lexington

Overton, Neb. -- Lexington Volunteer Fire Department was paged to a fire northeast of Lexington and northwest of Overton,  at North Road 759,  shortly before 5 p.m. on Monday. Fire Chief Dahlas Holbein says the most firefighters could do was to kee... Read More