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Brazil presents another hurdle in Monsanto's bid for Syngenta

Seed giant Monsanto Co.'s unwanted takeover bid with Switzerland's Syngenta AG would face strong resistance in Brazil should it go forward, farmers and lawyers said, a hurdle that could delay or force... Read More

Rushville woman cited in suspected shoplifting hit & run

A 33 year old Rushville woman was cited on numerous offenses Tuesday after reported striking a store employee with a vehicle while attempting to flee after an alleged shoplifting. Scottsbluff Police say officers were dispatched to Monument Mall ju... Read More

Kimball Commissioners working with architect on courthouse improvement plan

The Kimball County Commissioners Tuesday discussed a three phase courthouse master plan with a Lincoln architect that can be funded in part by the sale of state tax credits. Jerry Berggren has been working with the board on energy improvements and... Read More


AGCO Corporation(NYSE:AGCO), a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment, announces the arrival of the SOLO™ AGCO EDITION Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Utilizing intuitive mission planning and cloud-based, high-resolution ma... Read More

Nebraska and Iowa Governors Announce American Ethanol Pump Labeling Initiative

Governors of the nation's top two ethanol-producing states jointly announced the launch of a statewide pump labeling initiative to promote the American Ethanol brand. Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and Iowa Governor Terry Branstad have announced ... Read More

BASF lines up financing for potential Syngenta takeover

German chemicals group BASF has lined up a loan package from large multinational banks for a potential takeover offer for Syngenta, the Swiss crop chemicals maker, but will bide its time, several people familiar with the matter said. Syngenta has ... Read More

Morrill Moose appears to be heading east to Scottsbluff

One day after a moose was spotted near the Morrill Sand Pits, authorities are saying that the beast appears to have moved out of the area. Morrill Police Officer Chad McCumbers tells KNEB News that there have been no confirmed sightings near Morri... Read More

Air Link back in service with loaner helicopter

Flight for life services are up and running again after Regional West's Air Link received a loaner helicopter following an unscheduled landing Friday night. Air Link's Medical Director Peter Meyer says the incident occurred Friday evening on a t... Read More

U.S. Economic Model Shows COOL Losses Overstated by Billions

In a 41-page brief to the World Trade Organization (WTO), the United States Trade Representative (USTR) demonstrated that Canada and Mexico inappropriately overstated their losses related to the U.S. mandatory country of origin labeling (COOL) law by... Read More

United Way

Volunteers were busy Tuesday morning sorting school supplies donated in this year's United Way of Western Nebraska "Stuff the Bus" campaign to collect school supplies to be used by underprivileged students around the region. Strang/RRN/KNEB Ex... Read More

Elderly Dawes County resident dies in ATV rollover

The Dawes County Sheriff's office and Dawes County Coroner Vance Haug says an elderly resident died in an ATV rollover accident this past Saturday. A press release from Haug says 86 year old Wayne Brickner was spraying weeds on a steep incline nea... Read More