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IA announces 2018 U.S. Farm Bill priorities

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA — As part of its mission to promote efficient irrigation, the Irrigation Association is pleased to announce its 2018 U.S. Farm Bill priorities. Developed by a farm bill task force... Read More

(AUDIO) Gering at Torrington basketball on KNEB tonight

Tuesday night action probably suits both Gering teams tonight just fine as they look to bounce back from road losses at Scottsbluff this past Saturday night. Jeff Kelley will have the broadcast for you tonight on KNEB. After Saturday the Gering... Read More

Gering baseball field construction on schedule despite weather

The start of the Expedition League baseball season is several months away, but work is progressing this winter on the new baseball field in Gering that will be the home for the Western Nebraska Pioneers. Gering Parks Director Ron Ernst says despit... Read More

Another Round of NAFTA Talks Getting Underway

Trade negotiators are in Montreal for the next round of talks regarding the North American Free Trade Agreement. The session could be the last round of significant talks before the Mexican presidential campaigns which lead up to a July first election... Read More

Fort Worth Hosts National Biodiesel Conference & Expo

The National Biodiesel Conference & Expo opens today at the Fort Worth Convention Center and offers a vehicle showcase and ride-and-drive opportunity alongside demonstrations and presentations on the latest in the industry. And this year’s c... Read More

Pioneers announce player signings, promo nights

GERING, NE – The Western Nebraska Pioneers of the Expedition League today announced the addition of three players. They are middle infielder Lane Harvey of Sidney, Nebraska, a junior at Morehead State University; first/third baseman Colin Ludwig o... Read More

Federal District Courts Have Jurisdiction to Review WOTUS, Stay to be Lifted

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday ruled that federal district courts, not the federal court of appeals, have jurisdiction to review the 2015 Waters of the U.S. rule. The decision, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation, “brings greater cla... Read More

NDA SEEKS PROPOSALS FOR SPECIALTY CROP GRANTS—DEADLINE FEB. 9

LINCOLN – The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) is currently accepting grant proposals for its 2018 Specialty Crop Block Grant Program (SCBGP). NDA administers the program, which is funded through the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The dead... Read More

Huskers Falter Late Against OSU

Columbus, Ohio - Despite a career-high 34 points from James Palmer Jr., No. 13 Ohio State edged Nebraska, 64-59, Monday evening at Value City Arena. Palmer set an arena record with his 34-point effort, as he went 11-of-18 from the field, including fi... Read More

Kimball residents killed in Highway 71 collision

Authorities say two Kimball residents have been killed in a western Nebraska collision on an icy state highway. The crash occurred on Nebraska Highway 71 around 4:45 p.m. Monday in Kimball County, about 2 miles north of the Colorado state line. T... Read More

*Audio* Senate Votes to End Government Shutdown

Senate leaders have reached an agreement to end the government shutdown, passing a bill to fund the government until February 8th. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer agreed to end a filibuster on the spending bill, in exchange for Majority Leader Mitch Mc... Read More