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Kuxhausen scores 17 in CSC's loss in Montana

Chadron State's last two opponents had combined to sink 11 of 60 shots from 3-point territory, but Montana State Billings was a red-hot 18 of 35 from behind the arc at home Tuesday night while downing... Read More

WNCC volleyball to hold tryout Dec. 1

The Western Nebraska Community College volleyball team, who just competed in their 19th straight NJCAA national tournament, will be holding an open tryout on Friday, Dec. 1 for any volleyball players interested in trying out for the Cougar team. ... Read More

Huskers Visit Northwestern for Last B1G Road Match

The fifth-ranked Nebraska volleyball team enters the final week of the regular season seeking two wins to clinch at least a share of the Big Ten title. The Huskers will look to win back-to-back Big Ten titles for the first time since joining the conf... Read More

Hemingford's Turek scores 24 in CSC women's loss to UNK

Chadron State College true freshman guard Brooke Turek went 10-of-19 from the field to pace the Eagles in scoring, but the visiting Lopers from the University of Nebraska at Kearney were money from the free throw line in the fourth quarter, holding... Read More

Wheat farmer testifies on data-driven farming

WASHINGTON — The Senate Committee on Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, Insurance, & Data Security convened a hearing titled “Technology in Agriculture: Data-Driven Farming,” which examined the potential benefits ... Read More

Tyson Building New Tennessee Plant; Kansas on Hold

Tyson Foods announced it will build a chicken-processing plant in western Tennessee. A Drovers’ report says the plant will be up and running by 2019 and will provide more than 1,500 new jobs. The $300 million plant will be built in the city of H... Read More

High School Football Scores

Tuesday's Scores by the Associated Press Nebraska High School Football Prep Scores NSAA State Championship Class A Omaha North 27, Kearney 20 Class C1 Norfolk Catholic 35, Boone Central/Newman Grove 0 Class C2 Yutan 27, Cen... Read More

(Audio) Lopers Improve To 5-0

Click here to listen to the podcast Chadron, NE– Senior guard Michaela Barry scored a career-high 32 points and graduate transfer Alyssa Frauendorfer added 26 to help Nebraska-Kearney hold off Chadron State, 82-75, Tuesday night in Chadro... Read More

Majority of Nebraska Transport Company sold

Nebraska Transport Company owner Brent Holliday confirms a large portion of the company has been sold to a North Dakota firm. Cross Country Freight Solutions, a family-based company out of Bismarck, North Dakota, purchased the "LTL" or small packa... Read More

Bluffs accounting firm purchases Kimball company

E & H Certified Public Accountants and Management consultants in Scottsbluff announced Tuesday they have acquired the Kimball accounting firm of Robert Abramson, CPA. Shareholders Darrel Eskam and Troy Hilyard says the acquisition is effective... Read More

Huskers Continue Hawkeye Preparation

LINCOLN, Neb. - The Nebraska football team split practice time inside the Hawks Championship Center and outside on the Ed and Joyanne Gass practice fields for roughly two hours on Tuesday evening in full pads. Defensive Coordinator Bob Diaco spok... Read More