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Senate Ag Committee Reauthorizes Grain Standards Act

The Senate Agriculture Committee passed a bill reauthorizing the U.S. Grain Standards Act on Thursday that includes measures designed to avoid interruption in inspection services at export terminals. ... Read More

Bridgeport residents concerned about moving police coverage to sheriff's office

The future of the Bridgeport Police department is still up in the air following a meeting Thursday with some members of the council and the Morrill County Commissioners. City Administrator KirkFellhoelter told KNEB News the council lacked a quorum Th... Read More

NPPC President Ron Prestage Statement On Walmart Commitment To Responsible Farming

The National Pork Producers Council applauds Walmart’s commitment, announced today, to sustainable and responsible farming, which America’s pork producers make every day. By using antibiotics responsibly and providing humane and compassionate car... Read More

Volleyball camps coming in June at WNCC

Western Nebraska Community College volleyball coach Binny Canales will be holding several volleyball camps during the month of July for area girls. The camps will begin July 6 with the final camp wrapping up July 23. The first camp will be a Team ... Read More

Bluffs traffic stop turns into drug and weapons bust

The driver of a pickup with dark window tints is facing a lot more than a citation after police found methamphetamine and stashed handgun. Scottsbluff police arrested 29-year-old Ricardo Gutierrez Thursday morning. When the officer pulled him o... Read More

U.S. Wheat Growers Call for Equal Trade in Canada

ARLINGTON, Virginia – Yesterday, U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) and the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) jointly called for improvements in Canada’s treatment of U.S. wheat classes in a letter to Canadian Minister of Agriculture and Agri... Read More

Schilz struggling with vote on the death penalty

Senator Ken Schilz of Ogallala says his decision Wednesday to abstain from voting on a bill to eliminate the death penalty was because he is facing a difficult time making up his mind. Schilz told KNEB News he has never voted to eliminate the deat... Read More

Scottsbluff High School students complete year-long house build

As many students reflect on a school year of studying, gossip, and other intangible items; a select few Scottsbluff High School students have a house they built with their own hands as a tangible reminder of the 2014-2015 school year. Students wit... Read More

Deere Construction Offsets Ag Dip

Solid sales in construction equipment offset a global agricultural slowdown for Deere and the company raised its outlook for the year. Deere reported second-quarter earnings of $690.5 million, down from the $981 million last year, but better than ... Read More

Memorial Day ceremonies planned for Nebraska Veterans Cemetery in Alliance

The Nebraska Veterans Cemetery at Alliance has scheduled their 5th annual Memorial Day program. A one hour formal ceremony begins at 1:00 p.m. with patriotic music played by St John’s Brass Band., with special guests from Hyannis will sing the ... Read More

(Audio) Peterson Brothers Headline AQA Training

Over 160 Custer County youth gathered to participate in an interactive training Thursday, May 21 as Adams Land and Cattle partnered up with the Nebraska Extension in Custer County to hold their 2ndAnimal Quality Assurance training Thursday night in ... Read More