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Social influencers learn to be their own butcher

HOBOKEN, N.J. — Ten social influencers from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut attended a day-long “BEefTogether” Meat Retreat on April 13, thanks to a partnership between the New York and So... Read More

Peterson: Pelosi Didn’t Direct Farm Bill, but Ryan May Have

Republicans in the House have accused Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of pushing Democrats on the House Agricultural Committee to oppose the House version of the farm bill. The biggest objection is over proposed changes to the nutrition title. Howeve... Read More

NCTA graduation events May 2-3

CURTIS, Neb. – Nearly 90 degrees and certificates will be conferred May 3 in Curtis to graduates of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture.   Mike Boehm, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Harlan Vice Chancellor for the Institute of Agricul... Read More

Earth Day Everyday

On Earth Day we celebrate the farmers, ranchers and foresters who’ve arranged their lives and livelihoods to improve the environment for us all. Every single day, these environmental stewards demonstrate that agriculture can be productive and regen... Read More

49th Annual Cornhusker Trapshoot Set for May 3-5

More than 2,000 students are expected to compete in the 49th Annual Cornhusker Trapshoot May 3-5 on the home grounds of the Nebraska Trapshooting Association (NTA) in Doniphan. Competition will take place in individual and team divisions. Junior hig... Read More

Campus recycles for Earth Day

CURTIS, Neb. – Every day is Earth Day on a college campus submersed in agriculture. The first year of a new recycling program at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis has kept 300 pounds of plastic bottles and aluminum cans out... Read More

Stand Down Returns to WNCC for Fourth Straight Year

For the fourth straight year, Scottsbluff will be hosting a Stand Down event for all area veterans. "It says a lot about our community that they're wanting to come back year after year to do this," said Christine Wolf, Veterans Upward Bound progra... Read More

Gophers Blank Huskers

Gophers Clinch Weekend Series with Win Over Huskers  Minneapolis, Minn. --- Minnesota (26-14, 9-3 Big Ten) clinched the weekend series over Nebraska (30-16, 8-7 Big Ten) with a 6-0 win on Saturday, after also winning game one las... Read More

Huskers Hammer Rutgers

Huskers Start Strong in 12-4 Win Over Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. – The Nebraska baseball (17-20, 4-8 Big Ten) hammered 19 hits in a 12-4 win over Rutgers to even the series at Bainton Field on Saturday afternoon. Five Huskers had multi-hit perform... Read More

(Video) Frost Era Begins At Nebraska

Lincoln - In front of a crowd of 86,818 Husker fans, the Nebraska football team hosted its annual Red White Spring Game on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The official attendance of 86,818 set a Nebraska Spring Game record and marked the eighth-lar... Read More

Erdman gives legislature poor grade for just completed session

Senator Steve Erdman of Bayard says very little was accomplished during the legislative session completed this past Wednesday. Erdman says he would not give the session a very high grade. Erdman said, "We took more money from the rainy day fund... Read More