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(VIDEO) Assessing Nitrogen Loss After a Wet Spring

Brian Krienke, Nebraska Extension educator, describes how soils in Nebraska fields can lose nitrogen.  He says soil sampling may be in order to determine if you still have enough N in the soil after ... Read More

Plans for Nebraska's 150th celebration starting to take shape

Nebraska's Capitol will have a new look by the time the state celebrates its 150th birthday next year, and party planners hope to bring the festivities to as many residents as possible. With less than a year until the March 1 anniversary of Nebra... Read More

NHL

NHL PLAYOFFS All times eastern Monday's Game Stanley Cup Finals - Game 1 San Jose at Pittsburgh, 8 p.m.  ...... Read More

Monument Valley Iris Show next weekend

Scottsbluff –The Monument Valley Iris Society Iris Show and sale is scheduled for June 4th and 5th. The show will be held at the University of Nebraska Panhandle Research and Extension Center a mile north of Scottsbluff on Hwy 71. Monument Valle... Read More

Kansas grain elevators bracing for big winter wheat harvest

- Grain elevators are bracing for a big winter wheat crop in Kansas. But elevators are brimming with last year's crops due to lackluster exports and low prices. Industry group Kansas Grain and Feed Association says elevators have added storage and ... Read More

Hometown Housing Opportunities, Community Meeting Set for Alliance

Alliance area residents are invited to a public meeting at the Box Butte Development Offices conference room located at 305 Box Butte Ave. on June 3, 2016 at 1 p.m. The meeting will focus on opportunities available for families and individuals to... Read More

WNV surveillance program begins next week

The Scotts Bluff County Health Department will begin its regular surveillance program for West Nile Virus (WNV) by accepting select dead birds for testing starting June 1, 2016. Dead bird testing for West Nile Virus provides an early indication of th... Read More

Memorial Day Message: Ethanol a Key Player in Energy Security

For millions of Americans, Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start to summer. People will crowd the beaches, head to their localpool and fire up the grill, but it’s also a time to be thankful to our armedforces for their sacrifices, helping... Read More

EPA Plans National Public Hearing for Renewable Fuel Standard

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency  is announcing a public hearing to be held in Kansas City, Missouri on June 9, 2016, for the proposed rule "Renewable Fuel Standard Program: Standards for 2017 and Biomass-Based Diesel Volume for 2018." The h... Read More

Race results from Hi Way 92 Raceway Park

Race results from Friday, May 27th at Hi Way 92 Park: Super Stock Qualify:  1. Davey Urwin, 2. Kyle Austin, 3. Clarence Hays, 4. Miller Brothers. Super Stock Heat One:  1.  Miller Brothers, 2. Davey Urwin, 3. Kyle Austin, 4. Clarence Hays. ... Read More

Wyoming reservoir to spill over for the fourth time in thirty years

Officials in Wyoming say the dam at Pathfinder Reservoir will spill over for the fourth time in 30 years. Mahonri Williams, chief of the resources management division for the Wyoming office of the Bureau of Reclamation, told The Casper Star-Tribu... Read More