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Dozens of plungers brave freezing cold temperatures

Nearly four two dozen brave souls weathered freezing temperatures Saturday morning- but for a great cause. Now in its seventh year, the Panhandle Polar Plunge has raised more than $80,000 over the ... Read More

WNCC struggling to fulfill mission due to budget cuts

WNCC President Dr. Todd Holcomb is hoping the Appropriations Committee thinks about the needs of the community colleges as they review proposed budget cuts recommended by Governor Ricketts for post-secondary education. University of Nebraska Presi... Read More

Protecting sensitive crops by working together

Specialty crops add diversity and value to Nebraska’s agricultural industry,  which is why the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) encourages growers and outdoor pesticide applicators to work together to protect sensitive commercial specialty... Read More

Husker Softball falls to UCLA

Cathedral City, Calif. --- The Nebraska softball team (9-4) couldn't find an offensive rhythm against No. 3 UCLA (11-0), falling to the Bruins 5-0 on Friday night. The Huskers were unable to crack All-American UCLA pitcher Rachel Garcia, getti... Read More

Huskers Hold Off Utah

Surprise, Ariz. – The Nebraska baseball team (4-2) scored two runs in the 10th inning to defeat Utah, 4-2, in the Big Ten/Pac-12 Challenge at Surprise Stadium on Friday evening. Senior right-hander Luis Alvarado went 6.0 innings, striking out fi... Read More

High School Basketball Scores

Friday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Class A A-1 Omaha Central 69, Lincoln Northeast 38 Papillion-LaVista 64, Norfolk 44 A-4 Kearney 82, Lincoln Southeast 52 Lincoln North Star 52, Grand Island 50, OT ... Read More

Gering man says

A 34 year old Gering man who has filed for county commissioner says it is time to have fresh faces on the board. Charlie Knapper has filed to run against incumbent Sherry Blaha  and challenger Jerry Crable for Scotts Bluff County Commissioner in ... Read More

Winter Slumber Party Who's Sleeping in Your Fields?

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- If bugs snored, the din from your corn and soybean fields would be deafening right now. Let's brush up on the most common pests bedding down in your field-wide sleepover this winter: THE BT BUGS The western corn rootw... Read More

Michigan agriculture director joining Trump administration

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The head of Michigan's agriculture department is resigning to work for the Trump administration. Gov. Rick Snyder says Jamie Clover Adams will be an adviser to the U.S. agriculture secretary. She's been head of the state ag... Read More

Kimball School Board negotiating with superintendent finalist

Kimball School Board President Lynn Vogel says the Board is negotiating with one of its three finalists for superintendent and plans to meet Tuesday evening to act on a contract. Vogel did not name which one of the three finalists is being considered... Read More

Bayard's Emma Henkel named PVC Star Student of the Week

Seventh grader Emma Henkel excels both in and out of the classroom, earning her the nomination of Platte Valley Company's 'Star Student of the Week.' Associates Tevyn Baldwin and Katy Gompert surprised Emma this week in her science class to presen... Read More