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NU Holds Red-White Scrimmage

LINCOLN, Neb. - The Nebraska volleyball team held its annual Red/White Scrimmage in front of a sold-out crowd of 7,965 at the Bob Devaney Sports Center on Saturday afternoon. The Red team won the mat... Read More

WNCC renovations on track as students return to class

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. <August 16, 2018> -- Students arriving on Western Nebraska Community College's Scottsbluff Campus next week may notice massive changes to the Main Building. Since the bulk of students left campus in May, the old library wa... Read More

Farmers cautioned about possible unauthorized grain sampling

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring is cautioning North Dakota farmers about the possibility of people impersonating state employees in order to take photos and samples of grain. Goehring says his office has had calls fr... Read More

Krist continues push for panhandle gubernatorial debate

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bob Krist continues to push for a panhandle debate with Republican incumbent Pete Ricketts. The Krist campaign suggested 5 debates while Governor Ricketts currently has only agreed to a joint appearance at the Ne... Read More

Former Iowa Congressman Leonard Boswell dies

DES MOINES, Iowa — Former U.S. Rep. Leonard Boswell, an Iowa farmer and soldier turned politician who served 16 years in Congress, has died. He was 84. The Democrat and former state Senate president, died at a Des Moines hospital on Friday after... Read More News: August 17, 2018

Today on News: 2018 Old West Balloon Fest kicks off Lt. Governor Mike Foley talks Heartland Expressway Nebraska think tank says state spending has reached all time high Bill Boyer with your weather and Bryce Doeschot with the Fr... Read More

NCTA in Top 25 trade schools

CURTIS, Neb. – A national spotlight shines brightly for students arriving this weekend to the campus of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture. Aggie students had their choice of higher education programs affirmed Thursday by a Forbes n... Read More

U.S. seed sellers push for limits on Monsanto, BASF weed killer

CHICAGO (Reuters) - America’s two biggest independent seed sellers, Beck’s Hybrids and Stine Seed, told Reuters they are pushing U.S. environmental regulators to bar farmers from spraying dicamba weed killer during upcoming summers in a potential... Read More

Committee formed to research combining Kimball law enforcement

Looking to save taxpayer money and be more efficient, the Kimball County Board and City Council have decided to take a peek at the feasibility of combining their law enforcement agencies. County Board Vice Chair Tim Nolting said it was definitely ... Read More

(Video) Top Stories in Agriculture - Friday Five

In the latest edition of Friday Five, presented by the NE Corn Board, Bryce Doeschot and Alex Voichoskie recap five agriculture headline stories from the past week! In this week's edition, Bryce and Alex discuss hail damage, pig farmers, and even ... Read More

28 balloons launch in Friday morning start of Old West Balloon Festival

After a short fog delay, 28 colorful hot air balloons filled the skies over the Mitchell area Friday morning with the 2018 Old West Balloon Festival getting started. Prior to the launch from the airfield south of Mitchell, balloonmeister Colleen J... Read More