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Storm comeback falls short against Dubuque

Kearney, NE. – The Tri-City Storm put together a late rally but was unable to complete the comeback tonight at the Viaero Center in a 4-2 loss to Dubuque. Three first period goals scored by the F... Read More

Vetter Health purchase designed to expand Heritage Estates cottages

Vetter Health Services has purchased property near their Heritage Estates facility in Gering with the intent to expand their independent living offerings. Jack Vetter told KNEB News he has purchased 29 of the 35 acres at the southeast corner of Fi... Read More

Fortenberry Statement on Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

(Lincoln, NE) – Congressman Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE) and Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-MI) yesterday introduced the bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA) in the United States House of Representatives. “This is an important an... Read More News: December 15, 2017

Today on News: The City of Torrington begins their second search for a police chief, after Lt. Doug Weeks declined the full time position UNL students present their proposals on how to redevelop an old industrial site in Gering Two... Read More

Hemingford Schools announces new Superintendent

Hemingford Public Schools has announced that Charles Isom has accepted the position as District 10 Superintendent of Schools, beginning in July, 2018. Mr. Isom has served as the Superintendent of Schools in Superior, NE for the past nine years. He... Read More

ACE sends letter urging extension of cellulosic biofuel,  biodiesel tax credits

Sioux Falls, SD- The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) CEO Brian Jennings sent a letter today to Chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means Kevin Brady and Chairman of the Committee on Finance Orrin Hatch urging the Conference Committee to extend... Read More

Kansas Corn Begins Second Class of Kansas Corn Corps

Kansas Corn kicked off the first session of the Kansas Corn Corps Class 2 this past weekend outside of Junction City at Rock Springs Ranch. Kansas Corn created the program in 2015 as a way for young farmers to network, learn more about the corn indus... Read More

The USDA Rolled Back Protections For Small Farmers. Now The Farmers Are Suing

An organization representing the interests of small farmers across rural America fired a legal salvo Thursday aimed at a Trump administration they feel has let them down. The lawsuit, filed by the Organization for Competitive Markets — a sma... Read More

City of Torrington pushing for more people to utilize recycling facility

The City of Torrington is wrapping up its first year taking over recycling duties previously held by DSI; and staff says they're keeping the landfills a whole lot cleaner by doing so.'s Ryan Murphy caught up with the man who supervises the... Read More

Gering High looking to expand intern program

Gering High School is looking for business partners to expand its student intern program. Principal Eldon Hubbard says they were able to place half a dozen students this semester, but would like to grow that number because of all the quality vocat... Read More

Forecast shows languid farm income won't stall Nebraska economy

While weak farm income continues to be a soft spot for the state economy, Nebraska can expect growth through 2020 in several key sectors, according to the latest long-term economic forecast produced by the Nebraska Business Forecast Council and the U... Read More