ACADEMY AWARD®-WINNING DIRECTOR JAMES MOLL, AVAILABLE AT WALMART STORES MARCH 3rd

LOS ANGELES (February 26, 2015) – Academy Award®-winning filmmaker James Moll’s feature-length documentary, FARMLAND, will be available on DVD beginning Tuesday, March 3rd, at Walmart and Walmar... Read More

Farm Bureau Honors PAL Graduates  for Leadership Achievement

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 25, 2015 – A group of 10 outstanding young farm and ranch leaders was honored today by the American Farm Bureau Federation as graduates of the organization’s seventh Partners in Agricultural Leadership class. The young ... Read More

Scottsbluff moves into district title game against Sidney

Beating a team three times during a season can be a tough task.  The Scottsbluff girls found that out Thursday night in McCook, trying to top the Bison in the semifinals of the Girls B6 District Basketball Tournament. After two easy wins against ... Read More

Husker woes continue at Ohio State

 Columbus – Freshman Tarin Smith had a career-high 13 points, but a hot-shooting Buckeye squad was too much, as Nebraska fell 81-57 Thursday evening. Smith hit 5-of-6 shots from the field, including a trio of 3-pointers, to pace a trio of H... Read More

Keep Corn Particle Size in Mind to Enhance Feedlot Efficiency

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Ask cattle producers how they grind corn used in their animals’ diets, and the responses would likely range from fine, to medium, to coarse. Although there isn’t a standard in place to determine what equates as finely ground c... Read More

Low Interest Rates, No Down Payment for USDA Rural Development Home Mortgage Loans

Lincoln, Neb., February 26, 2015—The U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development has announced a decrease in the home mortgage interest rate for its Section 502 Homeownership Direct Loan program.  Effective March 1, 2015, the interest rate wi... Read More

Gering season comes to an end against Sidney

The Gering High Bulldogs held Sidney to 15 first half points, but despite good defense Adam Freeburg's crew found themselves down by 13 points at halftime en route to a season ending,  26-19,      loss to the Lady Raiders in the semifinals of th... Read More

Statewide Food Drive Campaign Kicks Off to Raise 85,000 Meals for Kansas Families

MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Neighbor to Neighbor statewide food drive will kick-off March 2 at the Harvester’s – The Community Food Network’s Topeka location. The food drive is a collaborative effort by the Kansas Department of Agriculture, Dill... Read More

Layoffs Coming to Case IH Manufacturing Grand Island Location

CNH Industrial America LLC announced that it will reduce it's manufacturing workforce at the Grand Island, NE facility as the company responds to market conditions. This according to Kathleen Prause, CNH Industrial Corporate Communications Manager. ... Read More

Sen. Chambers renews push to ban cougar hunting

Nebraska's longest-serving senator is pushing once again to end the state's mountain lion hunting season. Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha argued Thursday that the population in Nebraska is so small that there's no need for a state hunting season to m... Read More

Jury deliberates only an hour before finding Chauncey guilty in Juliette Geurts' death

It took a Scotts Bluff County District Court jury just over an hour to find 28 year old Dustin Chauncey guilty in the 2008 death of two year old toddler Juliette Geurts of Gering. Chauncey and Juliette's mother Charyse were living together along w... Read More