Growers Statwide to Share On-Farm Research

Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 27, 2015 Farm operators and agronomists from across the state are invited to attend the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network research update program Feb. 13 at the Hall County Extensi... Read More

Two football players return to panhandle to play for CSC

Two Panhandle natives are among five student-athletes who joined the Chadron State College football team at the start of the second semester. The two are Andrew Aratani of Scottsbluff and Jaime (Hime-ee) Gonzalez of Bridgeport. The remaining th... Read More

Keni Thomas to speak and perform at WESTCO meeting Thursday

Country singer Keni Thomas' song "Hold The Line" was featured in the 2014 feature documentary, "The Hornet's Nest", which uses real footage to tell the story of an elite group of U.S. troops sent on a dangerous mission deep inside one of Afghanistan... Read More

Nebraska AG vows to continue fight against Colorado pot

Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson is defending his state's lawsuit against legalized marijuana in Colorado, saying he doesn't want Colorado's ``failed experiment'' to spill over into Nebraska. The new Republican attorney general argued in a... Read More

(Video) Rabo AgriFinance Expert Gives 2015 Grain and Soy Outlook

Sterling Liddell, VP Food and Agribusiness Research and Advisory for Rabo AgriFinance visits with RRN's Shalee Peters about the grain market outlook for 2015. Read More

Registration for 2015 National Pork Industry Forum - January 31 deadline

The National Pork Board is pleased to provide you the enclosed registration information for the 2015 National Pork Industry Forum to be held March 5-7, 2015, at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country in San Antonio, Texas. People. Pigs. Planet. - 2015 Por... Read More

Slow Seed Sales Contribute to Dow Earnings Drop

DuPont Co., the chemicals company facing a proxy contest with activist shareholder Trian Fund Management LP, posted an unexpected drop in fourth-quarter sales and forecast 2015 earnings that trailed analysts’ estimates. Revenue fell to $7.38 billi... Read More

 Obama Aide Asks Congress for Enhanced Trade-Deal Authority

The Obama administration's top trade official says Congress must return enhanced negotiating powers to the White House in order to cut important trade deals with Pacific-rim nations and others. U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman told Congres... Read More

Stinner makes effort to renew state aid to local governments

Local governments have gone without state aid for several years, but State Senator John Stinner of Scottsbluff is trying to change that. Stinner tells KNEB News he has introduced a bill that would provide $20 million in state funding for municipal... Read More

Area to get new FCA Director

A nearly nine-year stay in Scottsbluff/Gering is coming to an end for Nate Lewis.  The Panhandle Area Director for FCA will be heading to Kearney later in the year to become the West-Central Area Director for FCA. "The move would help grow FCA st... Read More

Temp swings continue to cause quality issues in sugar beet piles

With the annual sugar beet campaign at 82 percent complete locally, Western Sugar Cooperative is continuing to see condition issues in the beets they're processing due to fluctuating temperatures. Jerry Darnell with Western Sugar tells KNEB News t... Read More