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USDA Authorizes Emergency Grazing in Drought-Stricken Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota

Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today authorized emergency grazing on Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands in Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota.  All or parts of these states are exper... Read More

NCGA Corn Board Elects Lynn Chrisp as Next Farmer to Help Lead Organization

The National Corn Growers Association's Corn Board has elected Lynn Chrisp of Nebraska to become the organization's first vice president for the next fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1. "I am deeply honored that my Corn Board colleagues chose ... Read More

Brazil farm minister heads to U.S. over fresh beef ban

Brazil's Agriculture Minister Blairo Maggi prepared to travel to the United States on Friday to fight a ban on imports of fresh Brazilian beef, which hit shares of local meatpackers and revived concerns over the image of the world's largest exporter.... Read More

Local police offer tips ahead of fireworks season

Sunday marks the day where many people across the valley will begin buying and shooting off fireworks. Captain Tony Straub sat down with KNEB.tv's Ryan Murphy to talk about the big things people need to keep in mind during the days leading up to t... Read More

Kansas Jury Awards $218M to Kansas Farmers in Syngenta Suit

A federal jury in Kansas has awarded nearly $218 million to farmers who sued Syngenta over its introduction of a genetically engineered corn seed variety. Friday's verdict after a three-week trial in Kansas City, Kansas, involves four Kansas farme... Read More

Mitchell crossing blocked due to derailment expected to be open again late Friday

Mitchell City Administrator Jeff Sprock says he's been told the 19th Avenue crossing where a derailment occurred Thursday should be open again by the end of the day Friday. A couple cars from the train that was carrying gravel toppled over onto th... Read More

Sioux County rancher expresses concern about elk damage

A Sioux County rancher told the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Thursday increased numbers of elk are causing damage to his property. Bill Wilson's family owns a 4,000 acre ranch northwest and southwest of Harrison. Wilson told KNEB News tha... Read More

Panhandle Coop Names New President & CEO

The Panhandle Cooperative Association Board of Directors has named Charlie Wright as the new President and CEO.  Wright will join the team effective June 30,  after an extensive national search conducted by the Board of Directors.   Board Cha... Read More

Mitchell crossing blocked due to derailment expected to be open again late Friday

Mitchell City Administrator Jeff Sprock says he's been told the 19th Avenue crossing where a derailment occurred Thursday should be open again by the end of the day Friday. A couple cars from the train that was carrying gravel toppled over onto th... Read More

NMPF Leaders Applaud European High Court Ruling Preventing Imitators from Using Dairy Names

PARIS, FRANCE – The recent European Court of Justice ruling upholding European Union regulations that prevent plant-based dairy alternatives from using terms like “milk,” “cheese” and “yogurt” is a victory for the same battle occurring ... Read More

Richter no-hitter leads Z's to win, Gering falls at home

For the first time in program history the Westco Zephyrs played at Bridgeport last night. It was a lovely 75 degrees at first pitch and even more lovely than the weather for the Z's was the effort on the mound from Trent Richter as Westco won 9-0.... Read More