Groups Ask Congress to Rescind Parts of COOL

Agriculture and other industry groups have asked Congress to “immediately authorize and direct” USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack to rescind elements of Country of Origin Labeling. The groups want Congre... Read More

Huskers to hold wrestling intrasquad meet Friday

The Nebraska wrestling team will hold its annual Intrasquad in conjunction with the Fall Coaches Clinic on Friday night at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The Intrasquad starts at 5 p.m. (CT). The event is free admission and will assist the Husker ... Read More

Cougar men open Saturday

The Western Nebraska Community College men’s basketball team can’t wait to get the season started on Saturday  . The Cougars open the season against Northwest College at 3 p.m. at Cougar Palace and the team is ready to endure a November slate ... Read More

Huskers to face Big Ten newcomers

The 14th-ranked Nebraska volleyball team heads to the East Coast this weekend to battle the two Big Ten newcomers, Rutgers and Maryland. The Huskers will face Rutgers on Halloween on Friday at 6 p.m. (CT) in Piscataway, N.J. Nebraska will then head d... Read More

Eagles head to Las Vegas

The Chadron State College defense is expected to have its hands full Saturday when it takes on the New Mexico Highlands Cowboys in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference clash in Las Vegas. The Cowboys are a pass-happy team that can put up the point... Read More

Nebraska scores well in GSR report

Five Nebraska teams achieved perfect scores in the Graduation Success Rate (GSR) report released on Tuesday by the NCAA. The five Husker teams to earn a perfect 100 percent GSR score include women’s golf, women’s basketball, volleyball, softba... Read More

WNCC Aviation scholarships awarded

SCOTTSBLUFF, NE <October 30, 2014> -- Four veterans enrolled in the Western Nebraska Community College Aviation Program in Sidney each received a scholarship of $500 over a two-semester period. An award ceremony took place at the WNCC Sidney c... Read More

Damaged CSC art returned to campus after repairs

CHADRON -- After nearly three years, a  Chadron State College art  sculpture has been returned to Chadron State College. In 2012, the Willian Artis sculpture on display in Memorial Hall as part of Chadron State College’s permanent collection, was... Read More

Fire at U.S. Chicory early Thursday morning

Scottsbluff Rural Fire Chief Paul Reisig says a dryer that was operating at excessive temperatures caused a fire at U.S. Chicory in Scottsbluff early Thursday morning. Reisig says four trucks and seven personnel responded to the site shortly after... Read More

COOL Reform Coaltion Asks Congress for Immediate Action

The COOL Reform Coalition has sent a letter to Congress asking for immediate action to change the Country of Origin Labeling rule for muscle cuts of meat. The letter states, " On October 20, 2014, a World Trade Organization (WTO) Compliance Panel re... Read More

American Ethanol Gets Loud and Proud in Texas

Corn farmers in the Lone Star State are bringing their message about the benefits of American Ethanol to NASCAR fans at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend with one of the largest E15 promotions of the year. "We have done 12 major promotions this ye... Read More