Manage Mold, Insects in Stored Corn

ST. LOUIS (DTN) -- Grain storage pests like insects and mold could be a problem for corn growers looking to manage a bumper crop this year. Insects and mold could rob corn growers of profits th... Read More

Bluffs man accused of enticing teen also faces charge of perjury

A 34 year old Scottsbluff man facing trial for allegedly enticing a 15 year old Alliance girl with an electronic device entered a not guilty plea Friday in Scotts Bluff County District Court to perjury. Court documents accuse William Pritchard of ... Read More

High School Football On The Air

KNEB is your trusted voice for Sports! Join us for High School Football on KNEB and The Rural Radio Network. First up, Gering is at Grand Island Northwest. Kickoff is at 5:00 p.m. The Friday Night Preview starts at 4:30 p.m. on KNEB 960 AM (or cl... Read More

Casper police say woman burned baby with hot pan

A Casper, Wyoming  woman faces felony charges alleging she burned an infant's face with a hot saucepan and shook the baby hard enough to require trauma care. The girl was taken Tuesday by Lifeflight to the children's hospital in Aurora, Colorado,... Read More

Torrington teenager wants murder trial moved out of Scotts Bluff County

A 16 year old Torrington teenager has filed a motion to move his first degree murder trial out of Scotts Bluff County.  Dylan Cardeilhac is facing a  jury trial the week of November 17th after pleading not guilty this past Monday  to an  amended ... Read More

No resignation from Goodell

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is calling an unsportsmanlike penalty--on himself. Vowing to ``get the NFL's house in order,'' Goodell says the NFL wants to implement new personal conduct policies by the Super Bowl. At a news conference Friday, ... Read More

House Ag Committee Looks At Soil Health

Advocates for soil health highlighted the benefits of both soil and water quality to members of a House Agriculture subcommittee on Thursday, but they also acknowledged solid economic numbers are needed to get more farmers to adopt such practices. T... Read More

From the Land of Kansas Tailgate Contest Winners Announced

MANHATTAN, Kan. - The state agriculture trademark program, From the Land of Kansas, has announced the winners of the K-State vs. Auburn pre-game tailgate contest. First place in the main dish category went to Melissa Wahl, Manhattan, Kansas, with her... Read More

Group to support proposed Highway 385 expansion

Members of the Heartland Expressway Association say they will testify favorably for expansion of a section of Highway 385 to four lanes during a public meeting October 1st in Alliance. The Nebraska Department of Roads and the Federal Highway Admin... Read More

FDA Tweaking Food Safety Rules Due Next Year

The government said Friday it will rewrite sweeping new food safety rules after farmers complained that earlier proposals could hurt business. New proposals by the Food and Drug Administration would make it easier for farmers to meet water qua... Read More

September 18, 2014

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney,                   4.93 (-0.12) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport,         4.93 (-0.12) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman,                   4.93 (-0.12) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford,... Read More