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Husker Women to Face Strong Set of Big Ten opponents in 2018-19 Conference Schedule

The Nebraska women's basketball team announced its home and road Big Ten opponents for 2018-19, which the conference released on Thursday, April 19. Nebraska's 18-game Big Ten Conference schedule will... Read More

Commission approves deer, antelope and elk hunting recommendations

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission approved recommendations for 2018 deer, antelope and elk hunting seasons when it met April 19 at Fort Robinson State Park near Crawford. Among the big game changes to Commission orders: Deer -- 1,550 buck per... Read More

Vet Tech is Aggie of the Month

CURTIS, Neb. – Kallie Hilker has been named the Aggie of the Month for March 2018 at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis. The native of Cambridge, Nebraska, is studying veterinary technology and is currently completing her vete... Read More

Blomenkamps to be honored by Boy Scouts at annual Distinguished Citizen dinner

The Longs Peak Council, Boy Scouts of America is hosting the annual Tri-Trails District Distinguished Citizens Dinner this (Thursday) evening, to honor Neal and Lora Blomenkamp of Scottsbluff with the Distinguished Citizen Award. The Blomenkamps h... Read More

2018-19 Men's Basketball Big Ten Pairings Announced

Lincoln – Home games against defending Big Ten regular-season champion Michigan State and Sweet 16 qualifier Purdue highlight the Huskers’ 2018-19 conference home schedule, as the Big Ten announced its pairings for the upcoming season on Thursd... Read More

Nebraska's pesticide container recycling program in its 27th year

When dropping off your clean agricultural pesticide containers for recycling at one of Nebraska’s 18 participating recycling collection sites, you can feel good knowing the containers will be recycled into useful products that stay in the U.S. Now... Read More

Oregon officials kill 2 wolves in effort to save cattle

SALEM, Ore.  — Oregon wildlife officials shot and killed two wolves from a helicopter Wednesday in an attempt to reduce killings of cattle by the predators. The killings have reignited a debate between the state, ranchers and environmentalists ... Read More

Cougar baseball and softball schedule changes for weekend

Here's an update on weekend action at home for the WNCC baseball and softball teams. Baseball The Western Nebraska Community College baseball team moved its game with Lamar Community College from Sunday to Saturday, April 21. Game time for the... Read More

CSC spring football game set for Saturday

CHADRON, Neb. -- April 18, 2018 -- Despite more interruptions last weekend because of the wintry blast that closed the campus on Friday and wiped out the scheduled practices on Friday and Saturday, the Chadron State College football team will be abl... Read More

Huskers Focus On Spring Game

Lincoln - The Nebraska football team practiced for just over two hours in full pads on Thursday inside the Hawks Championship Center. Offensive Coordinator Troy Walters and Defensive Coordinator Erik Chinander spoke to the media following prac... Read More

Secretary Perdue Announces New Senior Leaders at USDA

Washington, D.C.,  – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced the selection of senior leaders in several U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) agencies. Perdue appointed Ken Isley as Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) Administra... Read More