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Brazil Intacta Royalty Controversy

Controversy continues to surround the charging of royalties on Monsanto's Intacta RR2 technology in South America. This week, news came from Brazil that farmer organizations had obtained an injunct... Read More

(Audio) Family Raises Money Online to Save Their Farm

Kyle and Leah Broshears of Seymour, IN both grew up on small farms. When the couple decided that they wanted to raise their two children the same way, they knew it might be challenging. What the two face, is more than they ever anticipated. In 20... Read More

Ag Groups Calling for Delay in Ozone Regs

A number of agriculture interest groups are among 269 organizations that asked President Barack Obama Wednesday to stop the release of more stringent national ambient air quality standards by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, set for release ... Read More

Police continue search for runaway Sidney teen

Authorities continue their search for a 16-year-old Sidney boy that was last seen Tuesday afternoon. Sidney Police Major Joe Aiken says that Daniel Virgil is being considered a runaway, but not believed to be in any danger. Major Aiken says that t... Read More

21st Avenue milling and overlay project begins

Milling work began this morning (Thursday) on the stretch of 21st Avenue between the South Beltline Highway in Scottsbluff to Highway 92 in Gering. Scotts Bluff County Roads Superintendent Bob Bennett says the milling work is being done under traffic... Read More

Ford F-150 gets mixed crash test results

Ford's aluminum-sided F-150 pickup saw mixed results in new crash tests. The four-door Super Crew version of the 2015 F-150 got top ratings in all five crash tests performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. For now, it is the only fu... Read More

Sidney Police Chief files appeal, released on bond pending August hearing

Sidney Police Chief B.J. Wilkinson has filed notice of appeal and a $500  bond and will not be reporting to jail this coming Monday. Wilkinson had been ordered by Judge Paul Wess to begin serving a 30 day sentence August 3rd after the Chief had e... Read More

Bayard launches new after school program to extend learning opportunities

The Bayard School District is taking learning to the next level for the upcoming school year, as they prepare to launch a new after school program. The Pathfinders Program at the Bayard Elementary School will provide extended learning opportunitie... Read More

Two Husker Players make Watch list

Nebraska junior defensive tackle Maliek Collins and sophomore receiver/punt returner De’Mornay Pierson-El are among 11 Big Ten players named to the conference’s preseason Players to Watch list Thursday morning.  A media panel voted for the top f... Read More

Cowboys headed to Big Twelve for wrestling

The University of Wyoming wrestling program will have a new home beginning next season as the Big 12 Conference announced the addition of six affiliate members to the league. The Big 12 will now feature 10 teams as the four current members of the con... Read More

Smith, Fischer push for long term highway bill as stop gap extensions considered

The House voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to shore up federal highway aid before heading out of town for its August recess. In one of their last decisions before adjourning for a month, the House backed a bill that would extend spending authority f... Read More