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Cougars earn second consecutive split against Miles CC

MILES CITY, Mont. -- The Western Nebraska Community College baseball team got a little offense in their second game with Miles Community College Saturday afternoon in Miles City, Mont. The Cougars ... Read More

Eagles have many positives in spring game

Chadron State football coach Jay Long said he saw lots of positives during the Eagles' spring game on Saturday. "The players seemed to have a good time but also competed hard, it was a beautiful day, we had a good-sized crowd and it was injury fre... Read More

Giants top Rockies in 10

DENVER -- Moments after scoring the winning run for the Giants, Nori Aoki was in the middle of a playful clubhouse celebration in which he was presented with his AL championship ring from his time last season with the Kansas City Royals, the team San... Read More

Missed Opportunities Cost Huskers in 4-3 Loss

Iowa City, Iowa – Two-out hitting and three unearned runs were the story in Nebraska’s 4-3 loss to the #17 Iowa Hawkeyes (28-11, 11-2 Big Ten) in Saturday’s series opener. The Huskers, who fell to 30-14 on the year and 6-7 in league play, left ... Read More

Huskers sweep Badgers

Madison, Wis. - A patient Husker offense plated 12 runs over the third and fourth innings to power the Nebraska softball team to a 13-5, five-inning victory over Wisconsin in the first of two games Saturday in Madison, Wis. Nebraska drew nine walk... Read More

(Audio) Huskers Roll Over K-State In Grand Island

Grand Island, Neb. - In front of a sold-out crowd of 6,006 at the Heartland Events Center, the Nebraska volleyball team put on an impressive display in a 25-13, 25-11, 25-23 sweep against Kansas State on Saturday night. Playing against a veteran Wil... Read More

Govt Officials Announce Partnerships with Ag Producers Over Climate Change

In a speech today at Michigan State University, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack laid out a comprehensive approach to partner with agricultural producers to address the threat of climate change. Building on the creation of USDA's Climate Hubs last y... Read More

NEST to Award $6,000 to Kids for Farm-Themed Photos

The NEST on the Farm Fun Photo $1,000 Drawing, sponsored by NEST 529 College Savings and First National Bank of Omaha, was announced this week by Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo. This program offers children an ... Read More

Zetor North America, Inc. Introduces New 150 horsepower Forterra HD

The new 150 horsepower Zetor Forterra HD is now available through dealers across North America. Zetor brand has been present in the U.S. and Canadian markets since the late 1970s. The traditional Czech manufacturer of agricultural machinery, Zetor... Read More

Cougars split first two of six games in Miles City

MILES CITY, Mont. -- The Western Nebraska Community College baseball team split an Empire Conference doubleheader with Miles Community College Friday at Miles City, Mont. In the opener, WNCC scored four early runs and then received good pitching p... Read More

Rapid City Stevens wins Twilight Invitational titles

Rapid City Stevens came to town Friday and raided the titles of the Scottsbluff Twilight Track and Field Invitational.  The Raider boys edged Scottsbluff 122-to-119, while the girls ran away from second place Casper Kelly Walsh 165-to-134. The me... Read More