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Governor Ricketts, Agriculture Weighs In on Trump TPP Action

Governor Pete Ricketts issued a statement following news that President Donald J. Trump had signed an executive order withdrawing the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). “TPP ... Read More

Rural Mitchell man cited for Saturday explosion

Scotts Bluff County Sheriff Mark Overman says a 26 year old rural Mitchell man who used an explosive that produced such a "Boom" it was heard in many areas of the county Saturday afternoon has been cited for using an explosive without a permit. Th... Read More

Gering council rejects bids for new city shop

The Gering city council Monday evening rejected all the bids to construct a new city shop on D Street due to price. The city had budgeted $400,000 for the project, but all the bids but one came in over $500,000. Even the alternate bid by the firm ... Read More

Bayard Student is NCTA Aggie of the Month

Maggie Brunmeier of Bayard, Neb., has been named Aggie of the Month at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture at Curtis. Brunmeier was selected from nominations by faculty and staff as the NCTA Aggie for January, announced Ron Rosati, NCTA ... Read More

Nebraska leadership weighs in U.S. withdrawal from Trans-Pacific Partnership

Today, Governor Pete Ricketts issued a statement following news that President Donald J. Trump had signed an executive order withdrawing the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). “TPP would have helped grow Nebraska.  The trad... Read More

KNEB.tv News: January 23, 2017

Today on KNEB.tv News: Scottsbluff High School ushers in a new era with a ribbon cutting to officially open a new wing. Plus: The Western Sugar facility in Torrington gets an extended life span due to delays in operations at their Scottsbluff... Read More

(Audio) Sports Rule being proposed for Successful High School Teams

A Membership Committee is proposing a rule change that would force high school sports teams in Nebraska to move up a class in part for having a certain amount of success. NSAA Executive Director Dr. Jim Tenopir says at issue is public vs. private sch... Read More

Cattlemen Express Concerns With Trump Administration's Trade Action

Tracy Brunner, President of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, today released the following statement in response to President Trump’s announcement that he is withdrawing the United States from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade de... Read More

2017 NE Corn & Soy Ambassadors Announced

During the course of this year, 8 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students, as part of the Corn and Soy Collegiate Ambassador Program, are getting the chance to learn more about the agriculture industry and become better agvocates. The Nebraska Cor... Read More

Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation 2017 Teachers of the Year Announced

The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation has selected two teachers as their Nebraska Agriculture in the Classroom 2017 Teachers of the Year. The Teacher of the Year is awarded to two outstanding teachers that incorporate agriculture into their classroom t... Read More

Cougar Hall of Fame inductions, basketball tonight

It's a night of celebration, along with big basketball games for WNCC at Cougar Palace. As the school celebrates its 90th anniversary, tonight at halftime will feature the first class being inducted into the WNCC athletics Hall of Fame. Bobby J... Read More