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NBA PLAYOFFS CONFERENCE FINALS - BEST OF 7 Monday's Score Toronto 105, Cleveland 99 - series tied 2-2 Tuesday's Schedule Golden State at Oklahoma City, 9 p.m. - Game 3 (Oklahoma City leads series... Read More

Land Affordability, Availability Moving Cattle Indoors

Some Midwestern corn and soybean producers may want to get into the cattle business, but with land still averaging more than $8,000 an acre, it's impossible to pencil in a profit using traditional methods. Jeff Morse, Council Bluffs, Iowa, did that m... Read More

Morrill proud to bring Legion Baseball back(With Audio)

It's been 15 years since the Village of Morrill has had a Legion Baseball team.  The drought has ended.  The Vigilantes have taken the field in junior competition.  The head coach is Jeff Avila and he is excited to have baseball back in the commun... Read More

Behind the Scenes: Riverside Flooding

As floodwaters rise above a berm on the north side of the North Platte River, many of the roads alongside the Monument Pathway are closed to the public. Earlier today, Scottsbluff Parks and Recreation Director Perry Mader gave's Ryan Murph... Read More

USDA Crop Progress Numbers Bearish for Wheat, Soybeans; Neutral for Corn

Corn planting and emergence continued to run ahead of the five-year average in the week ended May 22, according to USDA's latest Crop Progress report. Corn is 86% planted, compared to 75% last week, 90% last year and a five-year average of 85%. Em... Read More

Use Dormant Native Range and Supplements to Possibly Improve Cow Herd Efficiency

Maintaining cow herd nutritional requirements in an economically feasible way is vital to efficient cattle production, according to John Jaeger, Kansas State University associate professor of animal sciences. Jaeger has researched how producers can u... Read More

Deere Tightens Leasing Terms

Deere & Co. said on Friday it has tightened conditions for renting equipment as a slump in farming incomes has led customers to prefer leasing rather than buying its agricultural machinery. In the face of lower crop prices, farmers in the U.S., ... Read More

Nebraska Gasoline Blends Top 13 Billion Gallons of Ethanol

High octane, less expensive, locally produced, renewable – no matter the reason, Nebraska motor fuel sales show that drivers continue to choose ethanol-blended gasoline. According to the Nebraska Department of Revenue Motor Fuels Division, in th... Read More

Scottsbluff men each face over two dozen burglary counts for storage unit break-ins

Two Sottsbluff men face over two dozen felony burglary counts for what appears to be connected break-ins into storage units in the North Platte Valley over the first three months of this year. 36 year old Nicholas Anaya is charged with 26 burglary... Read More

Costco Selects Site Just South of Fremont for Chicken Plant

FREMONT, Neb. (AP) _ Costco Wholesale Corp. is seeking rezoning and annexation of some property south of Fremont where it can locate a chicken processing plant. The Greater Fremont Development Council said in a news release Monday that the land i... Read More

Sugarbeets a Focus in Fight Over GMO Food Ingredient Labels

OMAHA (DTN) -- U.S. sugarbeet industry leaders question USDA's decision last week to increase sugar cane imports due to "uncertainty" surrounding GMO labeling issues. Industry representatives note the imports were needed more to deal with growing com... Read More