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USDA Announces Proposed Rule to Modernize Swine Inspection

WASHINGTON, Jan. 19, 2018 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) today announced its continued effort to modernize inspection systems through sci... Read More

KNEB basketball weekend schedule, other area games

Time to take a look at what's happening with high school hoops this weekend with our schedule here at KNEB as well as a look at the rest of the weekend schedule on the hardwood. TONIGHT G/B Sidney at Scottsbluff...TV ONLY TONIGHT., Allo... Read More

Aggies judge livestock at Denver

DENVER - Livestock judging students from the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis won 20th High Team overall in collegiate competition at the 112th National Western Stock Show and Rodeo. “We had a solid couple of days and the te... Read More

Smith Selected to Serve on Congressional Delegation to NAFTA Negotiations

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) announced today he has been selected to serve on the congressional delegation traveling to NAFTA negotiations in Montreal next week, where he will meet with negotiators, government officials, and b... Read More

Midwest Theater celebrates National Popcorn day with free popcorn

The historic Midwest Theater is celebrating National Popcorn Day by offering up free bags of one of America's go-to movie snacks. Executive Director Billy Estes is inviting the community to celebrate by coming down between 2 to 4 p.m. Friday for... Read More

Sweet Sorghum as an Ethanol Feedstock in Western Nebraska – Could It Happen?

It has been proposed that non-irrigated sweet sorghum might be grown in western Nebraska as a seasonal substitute for corn grain in corn ethanol plants. In the research summarized here1, we examine the economic feasibility of this possibility, based ... Read More

American Lamb Brings Curriculamb to Culinary Schools and Chefs

In an effort to educate culinary students and chefs, theAmerican Lamb Board has developed a variety of tools – from posters showing the most common lamb cuts used in foodservice to step-by-step lamb fabrication sheets. These materials as well as... Read More

Eagles hoops teams to host Grizzlies, Skyhawks

CHADRON, Neb. -- January 18, 2018 -- With seven of the final 11 games at home, including two this weekend, both of the Chadron State College basketball teams hope to get on the winning side of the ledger more frequently as the seasons approach their... Read More

Chadron State College football stadium construction continues

CHADRON, Neb. – January 18, 2018 – Around 70 yards of concrete were poured on Thursday as the Chadron State College football stadium construction project continued on schedule and on budget, according to CSC Construction Project Coordinator Blai... Read More

Tax law gives unexpected break to farmers who sell to co-ops

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Key senators and farm groups are trying to fix a provision in the federal tax overhaul that gave an unexpected tax break to farmers who sell their crops to cooperatives rather than regular companies. Lawmakers say they didn't ... Read More

Gering wins dual over Scottsbluff

Last night at Scottsbluff High School the Gering Bulldogs earned a dual win over Scottsbluff, 39-24. It was Gering's first victory over the Bearcats since 2010. Gering won seven of the eleven head to head matchups last night. Results 106-... Read More