class="page page-id-544 page-parent page-template page-template-page-templatesnews-php custom-background group-blog masthead-fixed full-width singular wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.5.3 vc_responsive"
Clayton Yeutter and Six Others will be Inducted into the Meat Industry Hall of Fame

The Meat Industry Hall of Fame is proud to announce the Members of the Class of 2016. The Class was selected from a distinguished list of nominees and a record number of votes were cast by current mem... Read More

Scotts Bluff County Fair ticket sales begin Thursday

The annual launch of ticket sales for events at the Scotts Bluff County Fair is this Thursday at the fairgrounds from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Fair Manager Lana Hubbard says the event is to generate excitement about the Fair and reminds people you can only ... Read More

Scottsbluff council to hold goal setting session Monday evening

The Scottsbluff city council Monday evening will sit down informally to hash out its long-term goals with new City Manager Nathan Johnson. Johnson told KNEB News he wants the city's broad-based goals to connect with the budget and the every day op... Read More

10 Soybean Farmers Are about to See for Themselves

Ten U.S. soybean farmers from soybean-growing states across the nation will take part in an educational program this summer with stops in St. Louis, Panama and Costa Rica as part of the United Soybean Board’s (USB) See for Yourself program.  ... Read More

Public Comment Period Closing on Proposed Dicamba Labels

Speak up if you have an opinion about new uses of dicamba herbicide. The end of the EPA open comment period for registration of dicamba on Roundup Xtend cotton and soybean is May 31. More than 4,800 comments have been sent to the agency so far. Amon... Read More

Supreme Court Says Landowners Can Sue Army Corps Over Wetlands Determinations

The U.S. Supreme Court delivered a strong victory for private landowners and a defeat for the Obama administration today, upholding an appeals-court decision allowing a company to challenge an Army Corps of Engineering determination that its peat-min... Read More

KDA Photo Contest Accepting Entries

From sunrise to sundown, from the heat of the summer to the cold of the winter, Kansas farmers and ranchers know there is great beauty in agriculture. Photographers are encouraged to capture that beauty and share it with others through the Kansas Dep... Read More

Scottsbluff Fire Dive Rescue Team responds to capsized canoe on North Platte River

A canoer escapes a potential dangerous fate after capsizing  during a nighttime excursion on the North Platte River. Scottsbluff Fire Department's Public Information Officer Justin Houstoun says that they received a call at 8:52 p.m. Monday abou... Read More

Stripe Rust Found in Eastern Colorado

Stripe wheat rust has been found throughout eastern Colorado, with heavier concentrations located in the southeastern corner of the state, according to Kelly Roesch, Southeast Area Agent through CSU-Extension. Stripe wheat rust is a fungal disease... Read More

Bayer May Do Away With Monsanto Brand

Bayer AG Chief Executive Werner Baumann has invited environmental groups to talk with the company about its desire to acquire U.S. competitor Monsanto Co. in a $62 billion deal that would create the world's largest agrochemicals company. In an inter... Read More

(VIDEO) Early Start Pays On Kansas Ranch

Seedstock producer Ken Stielow, Paradise, Kan., talks about the way early interest in AI has helped him build more value into his cattle. Read More