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Husker Men lose first game of year to Texas Tech in Hall of Fame Classic Championship Game

Kansas City, Mo. – Isaac Copland Jr. had 20 points and eight rebounds, but the Huskers could not overcome a poor shooting night in a 70-52 loss to Texas Tech in the Hall of Fame Classic Powered by S... Read More

South American Crop Update

Brazilian Farmers Expect Early Soybean Harvesting CUIABA, Brazil (DTN) -- Mato Grosso farmers are happy about their soybean planting progress this year, as they have finished planting almost 90% of their soybean acres and are expecting an earl... Read More

Midwest Farmland Values Mixed

Midwest farmland values were mixed in the third quarter, according to the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank. An agriculture survey from the Chicago Fed, as part of a slew of third quarter Fed reports, show farmland values were one percent lower than last ... Read More

More Colorado ski resorts opening for holiday weekend

More Colorado ski resorts are opening in time for the holiday weekend thanks to early snow and good snowmaking conditions. Steamboat Resort will open Wednesday with up to 60 acres of terrain, the most on opening day since 2014. The opening day fes... Read More

Nearly A Decade Later, Farmers, Ranchers, Still Reeling from Obamacare

In August 2009, Nebraska Farm Bureau then President, Keith Olsen, warned that health insurance costs could skyrocket for farmers and ranchers under the Obama administration’s proposal to mandate certain kinds of health insurance. “A large majorit... Read More

USCA Encouraged by Cell-cultured Joint Regulation

The U.S. Cattlemen’s Association applauded the joint regulatory effort on cell-cultured products announced last week. The organization says the announcement by the Department of Agriculture and Food and Drug Administration follows suggestions from ... Read More

UNL hires 1st diversity vice chancellor

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has hired a Utah college administrator as its first vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion. The university said Monday that Marco Barker will begin his work in Lincoln on April 1. Barker's hiring creates ... Read More

New field manager joins Soil Health Partnership team in South Dakota

The Soil Health Partnership welcomes a new field manager to the growing staff, along with a program coordinator to support farmers in the soil health effort. Madelyn Rabenhorst joins the SHP team to cover the state of South Dakota as a field manager,... Read More

Local effort helps distribute free hams for holiday dinners

Thanks to a generous donation, 400 ham dinners were being distributed free of charge Tuesday morning at Gary's Cleaning and Restoration in Scottsbluff to anyone needing a Thanksgiving dinner. Owner Roger Franklin, who heads the annual "I Can, You ... Read More

Scottsbluff Council looking for additional funding sources for RDC

Sales taxes and how to find additional funds to help pay for the city's commitment to the Riverside Discovery Center among the topics discussed by the Scottsbluff City Council Monday night. City Manager Nathan Johnson says staff is closely watchin... Read More

(Watch) Scottsbluff vs. Omaha Skutt title game preview

The Scottsbluff Bearcats will play in the final high school football game of the season tonight at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. The Class B state championship game pits Scottsbluff vs. Omaha Skutt Catholic as the top two seeds have survived to pla... Read More