Greetings from the University of Nebraska Rodeo Association

It’s another exciting year for the University of Nebraska Rodeo Association, and we’re pleased to share this information with our alumni, friends and members. Join us for our 2015 rodeo Ple... Read More

LGBT Community Forum set for Monday in Scottsbluff

The Scotts Bluff County Democratic Party, in coordination with the Human Rights Campaign and Nebraska ROOTS, will be hosting an LGBT Community Forum on Monday, March 30, 2015 at 6:00 pm in the Community Room at 1906 Broadway in the Law Offices of Mic... Read More

Scottsbluff sweeps Gering in two close duals

Because of team defections the Binfield Relays at Scottsbluff  turned into two duals between the Bearcats and Gering Saturday.  What resulted was two narrow wins for Scottsbluff.  They won the Boys dual 295.5-to-276.5 and the girls dual 266-to-257... Read More

Sidney sweeps titles at own invite

The Sidney Red Raiders opened the outdoor track and field season Saturday with a sweep of the boys and girls titles at their own invite. The boys edged Ogallala 150-to-143 while the girls raced past second place Gothenburg 143-to-110. The Sidne... Read More

Cougar softball team moves to 33-11 with sweep of Lamar

Whitney Fields struck out nine in tossing a five-hit shutout and the Western Nebraska Community College softball team earned a sweep over Lamar Community College Saturday afternoon at Volunteer Field. In the opener, Courtney Medina had a home run ... Read More

Cougars drop doubleheader to Trinidad

The Western Nebraska Community College baseball team still struggles in getting that clutch hit as the Cougars dropped a doubleheader to Trinidad State Junior College in Empire Conference action Saturday afternoon at Cleveland Field. In the opener... Read More

Chadron State and Colorado Colorado Springs split doubleheader

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Chadron State College's Taylor Bauer and Shea Graham each drove in two runs and Tayler Hall tossed a complete game to lift the Eagles to an 11-3 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference victory over the University of Colorado Colo... Read More

CSC hits six provisional marks Saturday

The Chadron State men's and women's track and field teams boasted six national provisional marks and two school records in its opening meets for the 2015 outdoor season. The squads split into two with half travelling to Colorado School of Mines and t... Read More

Huskers win 16 titles in Arizona

Tempe, Ariz. - The Nebraska track and field team picked up 16 individual titles in the outdoor season-opening Pac-12 vs. Big Ten Invitational at Sun Angel Stadium. Nebraska, Michigan, Indiana, Arizona, Arizona State and UCLA all competed in the meet... Read More

Huskers knock off No. 11 Arizona in sand volleyball finale

Tucson, Ariz. - The No. 15 Nebraska sand volleyball team capped off a remarkable week of action with its biggest win of the season, defeating unbeaten No. 11 Arizona 3-2 on Saturday morning to win the Wildcat Spring Challenge. The Huskers finishe... Read More

Corn Sales to Western Hemisphere Surge

As of March 12, the Western Hemisphere claimed nearly 708.6 million bushels in outstanding sales and accumulated exports of U.S. corn for the 2014/2015 marketing year, 102 million bushels more than last year at the same time, the U.S. Grains Councol ... Read More