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Nebraska Looks To Take Down Illinois On Homecoming

Nebraska is now 4-0 and continues to play solid football. This week they play an Illinois team that is struggling and holds a 1-2 record. The 15th ranked Huskers battled with Northwestern but event... Read More

United States Hog Inventory Up 2 Percent , NE Up 9 and KS Up 2

United States inventory of all hogs and pigs on September 1, 2016 was 70.9 million head. This was up 2 percent from September 1, 2015, and up 4 percent from June 1, 2016. Breeding inventory, at 6.02 million head, was up 1 percent from last year, ... Read More

Sept. 30, 2016

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney – 2.68 (-0.01) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport – 2.68 (-0.01) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman – 2.68 (-0.01) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford – 2.97 (steady) New Alliance / Alliance – 2.97 (steady) Frenchman Val... Read More

Update to Packers and Stockyards Act Passes Congress

Congress voted to modernize the nearly 100-year-old Packers and Stockyards Act (P&S) on Thursday. The vote in the Senate took place just before Congress left on recess, a break that will last until after the elections in November. Introduced by ... Read More

Autopsy on Chadron State football player reveals sickle cell trait

Authorities are releasing more information about the 20-year-old Chadron State College football player who died during an August 11 practice. An autopsy completed by Forensic Pathologist Dr. Pete Schilke at Regional West Medical Center and an in-d... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Announces Cheyenne County as Nebraska’s Newest Livestock Friendly County

Governor Pete Ricketts announced today that Cheyenne County has become the newest county in the state to be designated as a Livestock Friendly County  through a program administered by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture. “Officials and resi... Read More

Seven apply for Scotts Bluff County Correction Director

Seven people have applied for the open Scotts Bluff County Correction Director's position that became vacant following the resignation of Ron Johns this past summer. Scotts Bluff County Board Chair Mark Masterton is pleased the county has a good p... Read More

Scouting for Stalk and Ear Rot Diseases

Stalk Rot Diseases Anthracnose stalk rot (with top dieback symptoms caused by the fungus Colletotrichum graminicola) has been especially common this year. The disease can cause the premature death of several internodes above the ear causing browning... Read More

Ann Rosenberry says goodbye to Clerk of the District Court office after 22 years

After nearly 22 years as Scotts Bluff County Clerk of the District Court, Ann Rosenberry was saying farewell during her retirement party Friday at the District Court office. Rosenberry told KNEB News she had some very fond memories of her years in... Read More

Gering Police investigating 10th Street fast food restaurant break-ins

Gering Police are investigating an overnight burglary at the Wendy's fast food restaurant on the Scottsbluff-Gering Highway, and an attempted break-in at the adjacent Taco Johns restaurant. Officer Jordan McBride says the Wendy's employees discove... Read More

USDA Reports Flash- Corn, Soybean Stocks Reflect Strong Fourth-Quarter Demand

WASHINGTON (DTN) -- Old-crop stocks for corn and soybeans came in just below the pre-report averages in USDA's end-of-marketing year for both crops. Corn came in at 1.738 billion bushels while soybean stocks came in at 197 million bushels. Quarterl... Read More