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NU Continues Struggles Under New Coach

Lincoln - Nicea Eliely pumped in a career-high 19 points, but it was not enough to prevent unbeaten California from running to an 86-65 win over the Nebraska women's basketball team at Pinnacle Bank A... Read More

(VIDEO) Adjusting Living Expenses Can Be Tough Pill to Swallow for Ag Producers

Tina Barrett, Exec Director of the Nebraska Farm Business, Inc. visited with Joe Gangwish from KRVN/RRN recently at the Market Journal Roadshow about the top five challenges facing ag producers. Barrett says a majority of producers are facing a ca... Read More

Nebraska To Face Tennessee

The University of Nebraska has been selected to participate in the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl in Nashville, Tenn.  The Huskers will take on the Tennessee Volunteers of the Southeastern Conference on Friday, Dec. 30 with kickoff at 2:... Read More

Nebraska Headed To Regional

LINCOLN, Neb. - The No. 1 seed Nebraska volleyball team never trailed in a 3-0 sweep of TCU on Saturday night in a second-round NCAA Tournament match in front of 8,204 fans inside the Bob Devaney Sports Center. With the win, Nebraska advanced to fac... Read More

Gering Citizen publishes final edition

After seven and a half years, the Gering Citizen published its last edition this past Friday. Started by current Publisher and co-owner Lisa Betz-Marquez and Jim Hendley to provide "a new independent voice"for Gering citizens, Betz-Marquez says th... Read More

Hike in panhandle behavioral health patients echoes findings in legislative report

A dramatic increase in the number of behavioral health patients served in the panhandle during the last fiscal year confirms findings from a legislative report that says Nebraska is struggling to provide adequate mental health services to its residen... Read More

National Corn Growers Association Welcomes Court Ruling on Seed Protection Case

In a win for farmers' rights to use proven-safe technology, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California ruled last week that additional regulation of treated seeds would unnecessarily duplicate the Environmental Protection Agency'... Read More

PenAir's first 30 days increases boardings, but goal is to improve even more

It has been a month since PenAir started flying the essential air service route from Scottsbluff to Denver, and Western Nebraska Regional Airport Manager Darwin Skelton says boardings have increased, with 500 people flying  the route in the first 30... Read More

How the Trump Administration can Champion Food and Agriculture

(Opinion piece courtesy of The Hill) The food and agriculture system underpins the wellbeing of our families and our nation, so it’s crucial for our president-elect to make American agriculture a priority. AGree stands ready to work with Presiden... Read More

Western Conference basketball championship preview

The Western Conference Tournament championship games will be this afternoon at WNCC's Cougar Palace. At 2:30 It'll be the Mitchell girls playing Sterling, Colorado followed by the boys title game with Class B rivals Scottsbluff and Alliance squari... Read More

High School Basketball Scores

Friday's Scores ^BOYS BASKETBALL= Adams Central 64, Holdrege 45 Amherst 76, Ansley-Litchfield 58 Aquinas 71, Raymond Central 34 Arcadia-Loup City 45, Pleasanton 18 Aurora 58, Schuyler 28 Axtell 52, Be... Read More