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Rural Group Announced at DNC to Support Hillary Clinton

A group called Rural for Hillary has been organized to begin campaign efforts on behalf of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in rural America. The group is not formally affiliated wit... Read More

CNBC’s Ron Insana Discusses Trade At USGC Summer Meeting

The U.S. economy is in good shape despite rhetoric to the contrary, and agriculture helps significantly by adding surpluses to the U.S. trade balance, CNBC and MSNBC contributor Rob Insana told the audience at the the U.S. Grains Council's (USGC's) ... Read More

Decline in sales tax revenue makes city of Gering budget a little tighter

Faced with a decline in sales tax revenues of just under two percent, the Gering city council is looking at a little tighter budget for the next fiscal year than years past. Despite the difficulty, Mayor Tony Kaufman says the proposed budget only ... Read More

Manning Named U.S. Freestyle Olympic Coach

Nebraska Head Coach Mark Manning will serve as a U.S. Freestyle Olympic Coach for the 2016 Rio Games, USA Wrestling announced on Wednesday. Manning will be one of three volunteer freestyle coaches for the U.S., along with Tom Brands (Iowa Head Coach)... Read More

Brown, Carriker Highlight Hall of Fame Class

Long-time NFL kicker Kris Brown and former NFL defensive end Adam Carriker headline the group of four Huskers and one state college star to be inducted into the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame in 2016. Brown, an NFL All-Pro selection in 2007 and one ... Read More

Vietnam Growing Importer of Soybean Meal

The people of Vietnam are eating so much more pork these days that the country has become one of the world’s biggest importers of the soybean meal it needs to feed an ever-expanding herd of pigs, a recent Bloomberg news item stated. With local far... Read More

Chadron police looking for missing man

Chadron police say they are looking for a 48 year old Chadron man who has been missing since noon Monday. Lt. Rick Hickstein says Police took a report during the late night hours Monday regarding the disappearance of Martin Fritzler. Fritzler is d... Read More

Scottsbluff Dairy Queen's Miracle Treat Day to raise money for Children's Miracle Network

Thursday is expected to be a hot day here in the Twin Cities, so if you're looking to cool down with a cold treat, Dairy Queen will be the place to be. As's Ryan Murphy explains, all profits from Blizzard sales during their Miracle Treat D... Read More

Garden Co. horse tests positive for West Nile Virus

A horse in Garden County has tested positive for the West Nile Virus, becoming the first horse to contract the virus this year. “Horses can become infected with WNV after being bitten by an infected mosquito,” said Melissa Cervantes, Environment... Read More

$15 million federal grant aids Colorado highway expansion

A $15 million federal grant will help fund the expansion of a stretch of Interstate 25 in northern Colorado. The funding, announced Tuesday by U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, will help add a tolled express lane in each direction between Fort Collins an... Read More

(VIDEO) New NSB Video Shows Farmers' Commitment to Water Conservation

LINCOLN, Neb. — Recent hot, dry weather has many Nebraska soybean farmers using irrigation to keep their crops on track during a critical stage of development for soybean plants. But it’s not as simple as turning on a faucet. A new video produced... Read More