Douglas County Farm Bureau Donates to Omaha Children’s Museum Farm Exhibit

OMAHA, NEB. Oct. 2014 – Douglas County Farm Bureau has donated $25,000 to become the lead sponsor of the Omaha Children’s Museum “Once Upon a Farm” exhibit, Larry Hadan, president of the Dougl... Read More

Alumni honored at WNCC banquet Friday

SCOTTSBLUFF, NE <October 17, 2014> -- The Western Nebraska Community College Alumni Association hosted in excess of 150 WNCC alumni and friends of the college at its first annual Alumni & Friends Banquet Friday evening. The Alumni & Fr... Read More

Perdue Farms Antibiotic Free

A Perdue Farms brand is now verified as antibiotic free, made with no antibiotic, ever. The company announced last week its’ Simple Smart brand of fully cooked, frozen breaded products are now USDA Process Verified for being made from chickens rais... Read More

European Farm Groups Asked EU to Approve GM Varieties

Six European farm groups asked the European Union last week to approve eight genetically modified grain varieties to be used in food and feed processing before the current commission leaves office on November 1. The groups said in a joint release tha... Read More

Baker family 'overwhelmed' with $5,000 donation from national police organization

The mother a fallen Scotts Bluff County Corrections Officer Amanda Baker said they have been 'overwhelmed' by the $5,000 donation from a national police organization. Brenda Anderson, a Nebraska representative of "Tour de Force" presented the ch... Read More

Domina says Ebola outbreak requires education, funding

Democratic Senate candidate Dave Domina made several stops on a campaign swing through Scottsbluff and Gering Wednesday. With stories of Ebola filling the headlines daily, Domina told KNEB News he believes it will take a world effort to stop the spre... Read More

Illinois topples Huskers in four

Lincoln - The No. 13 Nebraska volleyball team (11-6, 5-3 Big Ten) fell to No. 15 Illinois (14-5, 6-2 Big Ten) at the Bob Devaney Sports Center on Saturday afternoon, 3-1 (23-25, 25-21, 25-27, 21-25). Alicia Ostrander had a career-high ... Read More

Fast start buries Eagles

PUEBLO, Colo. - Chris Bonner threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns and Cameron McDondle rushed for 167 yards and added two scores as the No. 14-ranked Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves rolled to a 41-13 victory over Chadron State Coll... Read More

Cowpokes lose in overtime

LARAMIE, Wyo. (Oct. 18, 2014) – Junior running back Shaun Wick rushed for 102 yards and the University of Wyoming football team battled San Jose State to overtime before falling 27-20 in front of a Homecoming crowd of 19,627 fans in War Memorial St... Read More

Big second half leads Huskers past Northwestern

Evanston, Ill. - No. 19 Nebraska needed no last-minute touchdown or Hail Mary this time. Instead, the Huskers got a dominant second-half defensive effort and a career-high four touchdowns from Ameer Abdullah in a 38-17 win at Ryan Field on Saturd... Read More

Early ballot requests running ahead of schedule

Secretary of State John Gale says he is encouraged that more than 58,000 requests have been made for early ballots, about 50% more than at this same point in 2010. He thinks that having more ballots requested and getting them back sooner shows that v... Read More