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NAWG President: Government Shutdown Has Implications for Wheat Farmers Across the Country

Washington, D.C. –  NAWG President and Outlook, MT farmer Gordon Stoner made the following statement: “Funding the government is a basic charge of Congress, and failing to do so impacts farmer... Read More

NPPC Supports New Pork Inspection Model

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has finalized a new pork processing inspection rule, a decision strongly supported by the National Pork Producers Council. As a result, the USDA’s Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) HACCP Inspection Model (HIMP... Read More

Cornyn Drawing Up RFS Overhaul Legislation

Texas Republican John Cornyn  is drawing up legislation to overhaul the Renewable Fuels Standard. It’s his attempt to end the disagreement between corn-state lawmakers and oil-patch legislators. Cornyn’s office has been hosting talks for seve... Read More

Huskers at No. 22 Ohio State tonight

Nebraska begins its busiest week of the season Monday night, as the Huskers travel to Columbus, Ohio, to take on the No. 22 Ohio State Buckeyes. Tipoff at Value City Arena is set for shortly after 7 p.m. (CT) and Monday's tilt between the Huskers ... Read More

Lashley with another excellent showing on the PGA Tour

For a second straight week Mitchell native Nate Lashley had a strong showing on the PGA Tour. Playing at the CareerBuilder Challenge in La Quinta, California, Lashley finished in a tie for 29th place at 13 under par. John Rahm won the tournamen... Read More

Arkansas Lawmakers OK Dicamba Ban

Arkansas lawmakers approved, without discussion, a partial-ban on a herbicide that drifts on to other crops where it wasn’t applied and causes damage. An Associated Press report says the prohibition faces a court challenge by the maker of the we... Read More

WNCC men come back to top McCook

The Western Nebraska Community College men’s basketball team overcame a 14-point halftime time deficit to register a 90-85 win over McCook Community College in a South Sub-region contest Saturday at Cougar Palace. The Cougars shooting was as s... Read More

WNCC women roll to 19th win

The Western Nebraska Community College women’s basketball team put six players in double figures and doubled up McCook Community College in earning a 115-56 South Sub-region win Saturday afternoon at Cougar Palace. WNCC moves to 19-3 on the seas... Read More

Multiple crashes close portion of I-80

Snowy road conditions are affecting Monday travel and causing accidents for motorists along Interstate 80. Around 6:30 a.m., multiple accidents forced the eastbound lanes of the Interstate to be closed between Exit 101 near Big Springs through the... Read More

Government Shutdown Continues, Senate Inching Towards Compromise

The government shutdown has entered its third day, with a vote planned for Noon Eastern Time today (Monday) to end debate and move forward to a stop-gap funding bill. The shutdown appears to loom on a group of roughly 20 Senators who have yet to find... Read More

Husker Women Knock Off Rutgers On The Road

Piscataway, N.J. - The Nebraska women's basketball road warriors continued their winning ways away from home with a 52-42 upset of No. 25 Rutgers on Sunday evening at the Rutgers Athletic Center. Nebraska's eighth consecutive road win was also the fi... Read More