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Global Soybean Stakeholders Monetize Biotech-Approval Delays

A new white paper shows that a three-year postponement in global approval of biotech-enhanced soybean traits any time in the next 10 years would cost farmers and consumers a total of nearly $19 billio... Read More

Huskers Roll Wisconsin

Madison, Wis. - The Nebraska softball team polished off a three-game sweep of the Wisconsin Badgers with a 9-0 five-inning victory in the series finale Sunday at Goodman Diamond. In the circle, freshman right-hander Kaylan Jablonski and junior right-... Read More

NBA Scores and Schedule

NBA Sunday, April 26= Cleveland 101, Boston 93, Cleveland wins series 4-0 L.A. Clippers 114, San Antonio 105, series tied 2-2 Washington 125, Toronto 94, Washington wins series 4-0 Dallas 121, Houston 109, Houston leads series 3-1 Monday, A... Read More

Local Citizens Develop Water Saving Taskforce

EMPORIA, Kan. – Some of the best tasting tap water in the world comes from Emporia, Kansas. The Neosho River and the Council Grove Reservoir, located northwest of Lyon County are the sources for the town’s award-winning drinking water. In F... Read More

NACD President Participates in Climate Change Panel

WASHINGTON, DC-- April 24, 2015—National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) President Lee McDaniel represented the nation's 3,000 conservation districts at a climate change forum yesterday in Lansing, Michigan. McDaniel participated in a ... Read More

Ricketts weighs on Child Abuse Prevention Month

In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month, Governor Pete Ricketts reminded Nebraskans about the importance of parents and communities having the information and resources they need to care for children to prevent their maltreatment. “Everyo... Read More

USDA’s New Climate Strategy A Positive Step Forward For Agriculture And Environment

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced today a new national climate strategy aimed at reducing emissions from the agriculture and forestry sectors. USDA will partner with farmers and ranchers on voluntary and incentive-based approaches to imple... Read More

Scottsbluff Bear Cub Preschool accepting applications

The Scottsbluff Bear Cub Preschool is accepting applications for its half day program for the 2015-2016 school year. Openings are available in both the three and four year old programs. Children must be three or four years old on or before July 31... Read More

UNL scholar among team that quantifies ecosystem loss in Science study

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln rangeland ecologist is among the co-authors of a study published in Science that has quantified land use change and the reduction of ecosystem and cropland productivity stemming from large-scale expansion of oil and g... Read More

Gering captures Alliance Golf Invitational

The Gering High Bulldogs won their first meet of the season Saturday, winning the Alliance Golf Invitational at the SkyView Golf Course. Gering posted its second best score of the season with a 344 to win the  Division I title.  The Bulldogs pla... Read More

McCook edges Scottsbluff for tennis invite title

Scottsbluff swept singles titles at its own tennis invitational Saturday but had to settle for a second place team finish one point behind McCook. Zoe Holscher captured the No. 1 singles title and Christina Villarreal won six straight matches to c... Read More