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Husker Men run past Okie State in Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls, S.D. - James Palmer Jr. had a game-high 29 points to place three Huskers in double figures, while Nebraska clamped down in the second half, as the Huskers posted a 79-56 win at the Sanfor... Read More

Agriculture Can Do the Job

Farmers and ranchers are under increasing pressure to produce more food to feed the world while improving their stewardship of critical land and water resources. Today’s farmers are increasing the amount of organic matter in the soil. With no-ti... Read More

Scottsbluff, Gering teams go 3-1 on Saturday

KNEB had a big day of high school basketball coverage on Saturday with Scottsbluff and Gering playing girls and boys doubleheaders. The action started on at Scottsbluff High School with the Bearcats playing their home openers against Caspe... Read More

Seacats improve in McCook

The Scottsbluff/Gering Seacats swim and dive team competed in McCook for the second time this season on Saturday. Despite falling in duals to North Platte and McCook, Head Coach John Galindo was pleased with the both the men's and women's performa... Read More

WNCC women win 11th straight

SHERIDAN, Wyo. – The Western Nebraska Community College women’s basketball team will head into the holiday break spreading some holiday cheer after capturing their 11th straight win with an 82-60 win over Sheridan College in the final day of the... Read More

Green sets school record, WNCC men fall to Iowa Lakes

OTTUMWA, Iowa – Jervay Green set a school record with 51 points, but the No. 14 Western Nebraska Community College men fell to Division II, No. 16 Iowa Lakes Community College 102-93 in the second day of the Hyvee Classic in Ottumwa, Iowa. Green... Read More

Mbang double-doubles as CSC men roll past Western

CHADRON, Neb. – December 15, 2018 – The Chadron State College men's basketball team put up a convincing 77-58 win over the visiting Western Colorado Mountaineers in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference action on Saturday. The Eagles improved to 5-... Read More

Huskers Run Past Pioneers, 96-71

Lincoln - Taylor Kissinger led five Huskers in double figures with 18 points, as Nebraska displayed a prolific offense for 40 minutes in a 96-71 women's basketball win over visiting Denver on Saturday at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Nebraska notched its t... Read More

GHS Students Preparing for January High Altitude Balloon Launch

Weather permitting, the Gering High School High Altitude Balloon Launch will take place on January 12th at the GHS football field. As Justin Reinmuth and his students continue preparations, he says they are all learning a lot. Reinmuth says the... Read More

Deadline looms for Nebraska to reduce prison overcrowding

Nebraska prison and parole officials say they're forging ahead with state-mandated plans to reduce overcrowding in the correctional system, but some lawmakers worry the agencies will miss a looming deadline, forcing them to take more drastic action.... Read More

Pinkeye Possibilities Need A Second Look

QUESTION: I bought five heifers at auction, and about five months later, one of them with a white face developed runny eyes. It does not look like pinkeye. We have never had pinkeye on the property in 25 years. Is there some disease that was brought... Read More