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Sept. 28, 2016

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney – 2.73 (+0.02) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport – 2.73 (+0.02) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman – 2.73 (+0.02) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford – 3.01 (+0.02) New Allia... Read More

Governor Ricketts To Meet With Rose-Ivey

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Gov. Pete Ricketts has agreed to meet with one of the Nebraska football players he criticized for kneeling during the national anthem during the Cornhuskers' most recent game. Michael Rose-Ivey and two teammates each took a knee ... Read More

Ricketts agrees to meet with player after criticizing his protest

Gov. Pete Ricketts has agreed to meet with one of the Nebraska football players he criticized for kneeling during the national anthem prior to the Cornhuskers' most recent game. Michael Rose-Ivey, Mohamed Barry and DaiShon (DAY-shawn) Neal each t... Read More

Representative Jeff Fortenberry Receives Golden Triangle Award From Farmers Union

LINCOLN (September 26, 2016) – Nebraska Farmers Union (NeFU) presented Representative Jeff Fortenberry with the Golden Triangle Award, National Farmers Union’s (NFU) highest legislative honor.  The award was presented recently as part of the ann... Read More

Nebraska Corn is Encouraging Farmers to Have a Safety First Attitude This Harvest Season

LINCOLN, NE – The harvest season is upon us. Temperatures are dropping, spider webs are flying and farmers across the state are busy harvesting this year’s crop. This is a hectic time of year and farmers have a huge amount of work to do, within a... Read More

Wyoming to get rid of Tetons image on license plates

Wyoming is preparing to launch new license plates that feature a view of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that drivers will be able to get the new plates that feature an image of the forest's Lower Green River Lak... Read More

Most Consumers Say They Lack Access to Information on Food

More of today’s consumers crave information about food and how it’s produced – but the latest consumer trust research from The Center for Food Integrity (CFI) shows that most are hungry for more. Only 28 percent – or slightly more than one... Read More

Smith's Obamacare Protection Act passes the House

The House of Representatives has approved Congressman Adrian Smith’s CO-OP Consumer Protection Act that repeals Obamacare’s individual mandate for anyone who purchased insurance from one of the plan's CO-OPs. It also applies retroactively to the ... Read More

High school volleyball, tennis finals from Tuesday

Not just softball on Tuesday night as there were some other prep activities involving area teams. We had volleyball coverage on KNEB AM 960 as Scottsbluff was swept on the road at Sidney by the scores of 25-8, 25-16, and 25-17. With the loss the L... Read More

Two more Panhandle grocery stores set for closure

The Panhandle is set to lose two more grocery stores by the end of this year in some of the areas smaller communities. After serving the Minatare community for eight years, Prairie Sky Foods is set to close at the end of next month. Jana and Tr... Read More

Gering wins, Scottsbluff loses on diamond

On Tuesday night at Gering the Lady Bulldogs softball team earned 6-5 win over Alliance. Jacey Marietta worked around four errors defensively to earn the win. The senior ace went six innings allowing five hits and four runs, none earned, while str... Read More