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Foley Resigns Cross Country Position at Chadron State

CHADRON, Neb. -- August 19, 2019 -- Chadron State College Head Cross Country Coach Scott Foley had words of gratitude and encouragement for his athletes, colleagues and administration at CSC on Mon... Read More

Ethanol Board offers fuel retailer training to install E15 blends and higher

LINCOLN, Neb. — Since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lifted regulations against the sale of E15 throughout the summer months, the market and industry feedback has proven positive. For the first time ever, consumers driving 2001 or... Read More

KNEB.tv News: August 19, 2019

Today on KNEB.tv News: Local roofing companies keeping busy after devastating hail storm late last week Scottsbluff man charged following high speed rollover early Saturday morning north of town Monday morning accident at Sugar Factory Roa... Read More

Nebraska, Wyoming Farm Bureaus Urge USDA to Cover Crop Losses Associated with Irrigation Tunnel Collapse

LINCOLN, NEB. – The Nebraska and Wyoming Farm Bureaus are urging the United Stated Department of Agriculture (USDA) to ensure crop insurance will cover crop losses experienced by farmers impacted by the July 17 irrigation tunnel collapse that has p... Read More

Futures One Crop Progress Report

 Corn was rated 56% in good-to-excellent condition, down 1 percentage point from 57% the previous week, and soybean condition was rated 53%, also down 1 percentage point from 54% the previous week, according to this week's USDA NASS Crop Progress re... Read More

Local roofing companies keeping busy in wake of hail storms

Following heavy hail storms late last week,  area roofers are keeping busy inspecting damage and giving out estimates. Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of hail damage on Scotts Bluff County roofs alone is expected, as golf ball to baseball ... Read More

Dairy Industry Asks U.S. Government to Swiftly Secure Strong Trade Deal with Japan

ARLINGTON, VA – In an effort organized by the National Milk Producers Federation and the U.S. Dairy Export Council, 70 dairy companies, farmer-owned cooperatives, and associations today sent a letter to the United States Trade Representative and th... Read More

Man Dies from Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound Following I-80 Pursuit

An Illinois man has died following an incident on Interstate 80 near Brule Sunday evening. According to the Nebraska State Patrol received information at around 3:30 p.m. regarding a potentially armed and dangerous person traveling on I-80 near Og... Read More

VIDEO: K-State, KDA equip law enforcement with knowledge about industrial hemp

Researchers offer up-close education at recent, standing-room only research center tour HAYSVILLE, Kan. – More than 60 law enforcement officials from across Kansas packed a small room at the John C. Pair Horticultural Center recently to prep... Read More

(Listen) 2019 Gering Cross Country Team Starting to Take Shape

Over at Gering High School's fall picture and media day this past Saturday KNEB Sports was able to catch up with Gering Cross Country Coach, Rick Marez, who talked about his top kids and the prospects for this 2019 bunch. Gering will open thei... Read More

Nebraska, Wyoming Farm Bureaus Urge USDA to Cover Crop Losses Associated with Irrigation Tunnel Collapse 

The Nebraska and Wyoming Farm Bureaus are urging the United Stated Department of Agriculture (USDA) to ensure crop insurance will cover crop losses experienced by farmers impacted by the July 17 irrigation tunnel collapse that has prevented irrigator... Read More