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Promoting Livestock For Future Growth

Raising livestock has always been a part of life in Nebraska. Our ranchers have made beef Nebraska’s largest industry. In 2017, we exported $1.26 billion worth of beef, making Nebraska the largest b... Read More

Scottsbluff considering adding

The Scottsbluff City Council Tuesday evening will conduct a public hearing to consider an LB-840 Review Committee recommendation to expand the city's economic development plan to allow "film production." City Manager Nathan Johnson says when the C... Read More

Erdman property tax bill likely stuck in committee

A measure designed to reduce Nebraska property tax bills appears to be stuck in a legislative committee as its supporters focus on a ballot petition drive. The Revenue Committee considered the proposal during an executive session Tuesday but did ... Read More

Cause of rural Mitchell fire still undetermined

The cause of a fire that destroyed a rural Scotts Bluff County home is still undetermined. Mitchell Fire Chief Jon Wurdeman says Deputy State Fire Marshall Ryan Sylvester is still investigating the blaze that demolished the home of Chris and Sara ... Read More

(AUDIO) B-8 Boys: Throwdown Starts Tonight

Yesterday seems like a distant memory. Well, maybe not, it's still cold as heck out there. The B-8 Boys Sub-District Tournament was postponed yesterday (good thing it was) and that means action will start tonight at Scottsbluff High School. The... Read More

History Channel Following Farmers for a Documentary Series

The agriculture industry typically looks at documentaries about American agriculture with more than a little trepidation. However, the History Channel says it’s putting together a documentary about American agriculture with no agenda in mind. Th... Read More

FTC Nominee Pledges to Look Closely at Ag Mergers

The Federal Trade Commission would take a look at past merger deals to see if regulators were too easy on the companies involved. That’s the promise of Joseph Simons, the White House nominee for FTC Chairman. Simons said during a Senate confirma... Read More

(AUDIO) James Miller leaving Scottsbluff for Bayard

With another successful season and state tournament in the books it's time to move on for James Miller. Scottsbluff High School announced yesterday that Miller has resigned his position as head wrestling coach. After seven seasons at the helm o... Read More

Trump to Sit Down with Mexican President

The North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations will be just one of the topics President Trump will discuss with the President of Mexico when they meet in the next few weeks. Bloomberg says they plan to discuss the relationship between the tw... Read More

Huskers Return Home for Hoosiers

The Nebraska men's basketball team looks to bounce back after a tough loss, as the Huskers return home to Pinnacle Bank Arena to take on the Indiana Hoosiers. Tipoff at Pinnacle Bank Arena is set for shortly after 7 p.m.  (MT) and as of Monday mo... Read More

National FFA Week: February 17-24, 2018

Nebraska Corn is a proud supporter of the FFA organization and is excited to celebrate National FFA Week, which takes place February 17-24, 2018. Over 650,000 students in grades seven through 12 participate in the FFA organization throughout the Unit... Read More