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Event to Mark Maxwell Arboretum's 50th Anniversary

Lincoln, Nebraska, April 28, 2017 – A lecture and tree planting are part of events set for May 16 celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Earl G. Maxwell Arboretum on the University of Nebraska-Linc... Read More

Checkoff Reform Sought as House, Senate Consider Legislation

OMAHA (DTN) -- More than 80 farm groups asked congressional lawmakers to reform commodity checkoff programs in a letter sent to the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday. Last month, the "Opportunities for Fairness in Farming Act... Read More

NSP Signs Letter to Congress Urging Removal of RVP Limits

National Sorghum Producers joined the National Corn Growers Association, American Farm Bureau Federation and National Farmers Union in signing a letter to members of the House and Senate in support of removing an unnecessary EPA limitation on fuel ... Read More

Wine Tasting event tonight to benefit Scotts Bluff Volunteer Center

Panhandle Coop and the Scotts Bluff Volunteer Center are teaming up for a Wine Tasting plus other tastings this evening (Friday) from 4 to 8 p.m. at Main Street Market Wine & Spirits in Scottsbluff. The event will cap off National Volunteer We... Read More

WNCC offers free summer classes for returning & former students

April is Community College Awareness Month, and Western Nebraska Community College is celebrating by once again offering the SummerFreeScholarship program. It's designed to allow students the opportunity to take up to two summer classes for free. ... Read More

Wheat Tour Participants to Scout for Rust and Viruses

Nearly 90 grain traders, government officials, reporters, millers and even a few farmers start the 2017 Wheat Quality Council's Hard Winter Wheat Tour on May 1. Over the three-day tour, they will canvass the state's wheat crop from Manhattan to Colb... Read More

Bluffs Police looking for more leads in arson fire

Scottsbluff Police are looking for more leads as they investigate an arson fire earlier this month  that started from a fully engulfed vehicle parked in a garage at 710 East Overland. The fire spread from the vehicle to adjacent vehicles and the ... Read More

Huskers Hit The Road This Weekend

Lincoln - Following a 13-2 midweek win over Omaha on Tuesday night at Hawks Field, the Nebraska baseball team (24-15-1, 7-4-1 Big Ten) returns to Big Ten play this weekend with a trip to Columbus, Ohio, for a three-game series against the Ohio State ... Read More

EWC to host Wyoming author C.J. Box in May

The Eastern Wyoming College Community Education department will host Wyoming author C.J. Box for a meet and greet book signing event. Box will be at EWC on May 12 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.  in the “corner” in the Verl Petsch Jr. Activities Center... Read More

I-80 enforcement during April week nets drugs, arrests for WHP

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says it made multiple arrests and seized more than 250 pounds of illegal drugs during a weeklong enforcement initiative along the Interstate 80 corridor this month. The patrol says during the week of April 10-15, it dep... Read More

NSAA Sub-District soccer pairings released

The NSAA on Wednesday released pairings for the upcoming Sub-District tournaments. The girls B-8 tournament will be held at Baldwin Park in Kearney starting on Monday. Click here for the bracket Lexington will host the boys B-8 tournament start... Read More