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Workshop To Examine Stewardship of Antimicrobial Drug Use in Livestock

Stewardship of medically-important antimicrobial drugs in food animals is the subject of workshop targeted to livestock producers, their feed suppliers and veterinarians in the Southeast United States... Read More

Soybean Yield Calculator: A New Mobile App from K-State

A new mobile app for estimating soybean yields is now available from Kansas State University. KSUSoyYieldCalc is a native Android application that helps with yield estimation of soybeans before harvest following the conventional approach of counti... Read More

Nebraska Wheat Crop Report - July 29

For the week ending July 26, 2015, Nebraska experienced near normal temperatures throughout the state, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Portions of the southeast received up to 4 inches of rain, while the rest of th... Read More

RDC given Amur tiger breeding recommendation

A nice crowd of spectators was on hand in front of the tiger exhibit Wednesday morning at Riverside Discovery Center in Scottsbluff to help the zoo's two Amur tigers celebrate International Tiger Day. The crowd watched as the tigers were allowed to p... Read More

AG Schmidt asks EPA to delay ‘Waters of the U.S.’ rule pending judicial review

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt yesterday joined 28 other attorneys general in asking the Environmental Protection Agency to delay the August 28 implementation of the final regulation regarding the “Clean Water Rule: Definition of Waters of t... Read More

Nebraska Rural Water Association Receives $99,000 to Assist Small Communities in Meeting Regulatory Requirements

USDA Rural Development has awarded $99,000 to the Nebraska Rural Water Association (NeRWA) in Wahoo, Nebraska. “USDA funds will allow NeRWA to provide onsite technical assistance to small communities and to assist them in complying with state an... Read More

SWBC co-founders emphasize commitment to Scottsbluff during ribbon cutting

The co-founders of SWBC emphasized Wednesday they are committed to Scottsbluff. During a ribbon cutting ceremony at their local facility, the former Aurora Loan Services building, Chairman Charlie Amato said the company is excited about the growth... Read More

USDA hosting free workshops Wednesday and Thursday in Scottsbluff

The USDA Rural Development’s office is continuing their mission to keep communities in rural America vibrant. On Wednesday and Thursday evening, they are hosting an outreach event at the Guadalupe Center in Scottsbluff to discuss USDA housing pr... Read More

LeMahieu carries Rockies to win

CHICAGO (AP) _ D.J. LeMahieu had three hits and scored twice to help the Colorado Rockies get a win in their first game after trading Troy Tulowitzki, beating the Chicago Cubs 7-2 on Tuesday night. LeMahieu extended his hitting streak to 18 games ... Read More

Former Minatare Police Chief sentenced; surrenders Law Enforcement Certificate

A former police chief  will never be a law enforcement officer again in the state of Nebraska, under terms agreed upon in a plea deal struck today in Scotts Bluff County Court. On Wednesday, Robert Regester pleaded no-contest on two charges of A... Read More

Former U.P. railroad worker awarded $900,000 in suit against former employer

A retired Union Pacific Railroad employee has been awarded $900,000 by a Scotts Bluff County District jury for injuries suffered when a chair he was sitting on broke while he was employed at the railroad's's South Morrill facility. Dan Anderson wa... Read More