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K-State teaming with other universities to offer 5-State Beef Conference

ASHLAND, Kan. – Kansas State University is teaming with several other universities, industry representatives and the U.S. Department of Agriculture to offer a 5-State Beef Conference in three locati... Read More

Judge Kris Mickey elected to President of Nebraska County Judges' Association

Scotts Bluff County Judge Kris Mickey will assume a new leadership role, after getting elected as President of the Nebraska County Judges' Association. Judge Mickey had previously served as Vice President for the Association, and his term will run... Read More

Independent gubernatorial candidate Bob Krist to stop in Scottsbluff Wednesday

A Nebraska state senator is planning to fly around the state Wednesday as part of his independent bid for governor. Sen. Bob Krist of Omaha will visit Scottsbluff, North Platte, Lexington and Lincoln as part of a campaign listening tour and series o... Read More

BQA Certification to be Hosted During KCA Convention

As part of the 19th Annual KCA Convention and Trade Show, KCA will host Dr. Dan Thomson in providing Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) training. The program will begin at 1:00 pm on October 27th at the Meridian Center in Newton, Kansas. The program is... Read More

(AUDIO) Two volleyball matches at KNEB tonight

Tonight at KNEB we'll be broadcasting two big volleyball matches. On KNEB 960, 100.3 FM, and kneb.com it'll be senior night at Gering High School as the Lady Bulldogs play a rare home match, taking on Sidney. Should be a special night for Britt... Read More

New Nebraska AD gets extra $1.25M if he stays on job 5 years

Bill Moos will receive a payment of $1.25 million if he still is Nebraska's athletic director at the end of 2022, and he is eligible for $500,000 in bonuses each year if the Cornhuskers' teams achieve certain academic and on-field performance thresho... Read More

Former Bluffs City Planner now employed across the river

Annie Folck has decided to make a change in her career, stepping down as City Planner for the City of Scottsbluff and starting next week as the new part-time City Planner for the city of Gering. Folck told KNEB News changing to a part-time status ... Read More

NIC earns international award as best ‘new’ research campus

Reflecting five years of momentum, Nebraska Innovation Campus was honored with the Emerging Research Park Award from the Association of University Research Parks on Oct. 6. The award, among several of the association’s Awards of Excellence, is p... Read More

Conaway, Rouzer Praise Trump Administration’s Withdraw of Controversial GIPSA Rules

Washington, D.C.— Today, House Agriculture Committee Chairman K. Michael Conaway (TX-11) and Livestock and Foreign Agriculture Subcommittee Chairman David Rouzer (NC-07) issued the following comments in response to the Trump administration's decis... Read More

Effects of a freeze on forages

LINCOLN — If you haven’t experienced a freeze yet this fall, you soon will. And remember, a freeze can cause hazards for using some forages. When plants freeze, changes occur in their metabolism and composition that can poison livestock. But ... Read More

K-State Swine Day scheduled for Nov. 16

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State University’s annual Swine Day will take place on Thursday, Nov. 16, featuring updates on more than 50 research projects that have been conducted in the past year. The registration fee for this year’s Swine Day ... Read More