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Wheat varieties resist the destructive stripe rust disease

WASHINGTON — Stripe rust is one of the most destructive wheat diseases in the world, especially in the United States. While the disease can be controlled by chemicals, those may be harmful to humans... Read More

Loup Basin Public Health Department Sees Largest One Week Case Increase

Burwell, NE – As of Friday, September 18, 2020, two hundred and forty-eight (248) COVID-19 cases have been reported by Loup Basin Public Health Department (LBPHD). The increase of 34 cases in the last week is the largest one week increase LBPHD has... Read More

PSC reminds consumers of town halls meetings in Black Hills Energy rate case

  LINCOLN, SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 – The Nebraska Public Service Commission reminds consumers that it will be holding virtual Town Hall meetings as a part of the Black Hills Energy Rate case application process. On June 1, 2020, Black Hills ... Read More

Audio: KAAPA Ethanol Crop Progress Report For The Week Of September 21

While the markets took a wild ride on Monday the NASS crop progress report looks fairly uneventful. Row crop harvest is getting started somewhat ahead of the five year average. That has been expected by many though given the early and swift planting ... Read More

Conocordia's Weyand Named NAIA Offensive Player of the Week

KANSAS CITY, MO. - Jonah Weyand of Concordia (Neb.) has been named the NAIA National Football Offensive Player of the Week. The redshirt sophomore from Crete, Neb., Jonah Weyand rushed for 177 yards and five touchdowns on 35 carries in Concordia's 3... Read More

MPCC offers start on radiography degree

  Individuals interested in pursuing a degree in radiography can now get their start at Mid-Plains Community College.   A new agreement between MPCC and the University of Nebraska Medical Center will allow Mid-Plains students to complete 26 cred... Read More

Former Lexington Attorney Will Weinhold died Friday

Bennington, Neb. -- Willard "Will" Weinhold  of Bennington, Neb. and formerly of Lexington, Neb. died on Friday, Sept. 18, at Lakeside Hospital in Omaha. He attended Valparaiso University and graduated in 1962, and then attended the University of... Read More

Weyand named GPAC Offensive Player of the Week

SEWARD, Neb. – After rushing for five touchdowns, including the game winner, last week versus Hastings, redshirt sophomore running back Jonah Weyand has been named the GPAC/Hauff Mid-America Sports Offensive Player of the Week. The announcement fr... Read More

Guide Rock man sentenced for possession of child pornography

Lincoln, Neb. -- A Guide Rock, Nebraska man was sentenced Friday in federal court to four years' imprisonment for possession of child pornography. 65 year old Robert Rose was also ordered to serve a 12-year term of supervised release and be requir... Read More

Nebraska Farm Bureau Releases Cattle Markets Task Force Report

LINCOLN, NEB. – The Nebraska Farm Bureau (NEFB) has released the findings and policy recommendations of its Cattle Markets Task Force. The task force was charged with examining current Farm Bureau policy, providing policy recommendations, and provi... Read More

AUDIO: Market Commentary with Daily Brokers

Summary A busy weekend has thrown bullish investors and traders into a tailspin on Monday. In the US another round of stimulus may be on hold as the death of a Supreme Court Justice and their potential replacement weighs heavy on Congress and the ... Read More