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Gering heads to state after area tournament win over Chadron

Doing what they'd done the entire Class B Area 7 Tournament, Gering Platte Valley Companies rallied for a 4-3 win over Chadron last night to earn a berth to the Class B State Tournament in Plattsmouth... Read More

Certified Angus Beef LLC to receive Don L. Good Impact Award

Certified Angus Beef LLC, the world’s largest and most successful branded beef program, has been selected to receive the 2016 Don L. Good Impact Award. With nearly four decades of leadership in the beef business, the CAB brand in fiscal 2015 report... Read More

BBGH board appoints Interim CEO

The Box Butte General Hospital Board of Trustees has appointed Lori Mazanec as Interim Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Lori has worked at BBGH for 15 years, continually increasing her responsibility from Finance Assistant to becoming ... Read More

(Video) Big Ten Football Media Day 2 Report

The annual Big Ten Football Media Days wrapped up on Tuesday in Chicago. Jayson Jorgensen has this report. https://youtu.be/_k4TzNnmPMQ...... Read More

(Video) Leidner Hopes To Leave His Mark

Chicago-This will be the final go around for Minnesota Senior Quarterback Mitch Leidner. The native of Lakeville, Minnesota is heading into his final season with the Gophers.  Last year he played through ligament damage in his toes to lead Minnesota... Read More

High Caterpillar Populations in Corn, Soybeans and Cotton

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- It's a good year to be a caterpillar. Bollworm populations are thriving in the Midsouth, and entomologists from Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and New York are reporting higher than normal numbers of western bean cutworm. Growers wh... Read More

UNMC receives $5.5 million grant to launch mobile simulation initiative in rural Nebraska

The University of Nebraska Medical Center has received a $5.5 million grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust to use mobile, high-tech simulation trucks to provide training opportunities on life-saving procedures for rural emer... Read More

Audit reveals deficiencies against Nebraska Brand Committee

Multiple tips to the Nebraska State Auditor Office spurred the recent audit of the Alliance based Nebraska Brand Committee. The audit noted several deficiencies of the Nebraska Brand Committee, including misuse of a state vehicle by Executive Shaw... Read More

New Online Forecasting Tool to Assess Cropping Systems

A web tool was developed by Iowa State University personnel to help farmers make in-season and pre-season crop management decisions based on real-time information and predicted outcomes. The Forecast and Assessment of Cropping sysTemS (FACTS) was rec... Read More

S.D. man with Wyoming/Nebraska ties makes U.S. Marshals 15 Most Wanted

The U.S. Marshals Service has added a South Dakota man to its list of 15 Most Wanted fugitives. Forty-eight-year-old David Bonness is wanted by authorities in Pennington County on charges of pedophilia, rape and sexual contact with a child. The... Read More

Written Grazing Leases May Save Headaches Later

OMAHA (DTN) -- A man is as good as his word, unless it comes to future disputes over a handshake agreements. While some livestock producers may only have a handshake agreement for renting grazing land, having a written lease is important in protectin... Read More