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Huskers To Host Event For Fans

Lincoln – The Nebraska baseball team will host a free fan fest on Friday, Feb. 3, at the Hawks Championship Center. The event is free to the public and is scheduled to run from 6 to 8 p.m. Fans do n... Read More

Improving Nitrogen Efficiency in 2017

The 2017 Nebraska Extension Crop Production Clinics concluded this week. Many of the educational presentations focused on economics and how to improve efficiency especially when faced with lower commodity prices. Charles Wortmann, Nebraska Extension ... Read More

Egg Saftey Issue to Supreme Court

While livestock and meat products are scrutinized closely by USDA inspectors during slaughter, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which is responsible for the safety of other food products, manages a much lighter inspection footprint, but is usi... Read More

Fischer Again Named to Senate Leadership

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has announced  that U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) will continue to serve as a counsel to the majority leader in the 115th Congress. “I am grateful that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has ... Read More

US To Lift Ban on Beef Imports From France

The U.S. will lift the ban on beef imports from France, which have been shut out of the market for 19 years, according to the European Commission. "This is excellent news for French producers," three European Union commissioners said in a joint state... Read More

FFA Members Return from Educational, Cultural Experience in South Africa

INDIANAPOLIS (Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017/National FFA Organization) – During the past two weeks, 75 FFA members visited South Africa for a 12-day educational and cultural experience. Members participated in the 2017 International Leadership Semina... Read More

Trial scheduled for Box Butte County man accused in the murder of his brother

The trial for a Box Butte County man charged with the murder of his brother is scheduled to start February 21st. William Reed, who is charged with second degree murder and use of a weapon to commit a felon, appeared for a pre-trial hearing Wednesd... Read More

Bluffs council delays action again on purchase of industrial park land

The Scottsbluff city council Tuesday evening tabled consideration of cost sharing with the City of Gering on the purchase of 83 acres on the east edge of Gering for an industrial site. The council postponed action until the property can be annexed... Read More

Inauguration Week Ad Recognizes Trump Leadership on Biofuels

The nation’s top renewable fuel advocates are celebrating inauguration week with a new television ad highlighting President-elect Donald Trump’s vocal support for jobs in the biofuels sector and offering thanks for his steadfast leadership. The n... Read More

Scottsbluff sweeps two from Chadron, other Tuesday scores

The Scottsbluff girls basketball team needed a win in the worst of ways and on Tuesday night the effort and performance matched the urgency to find the win column as the Lady Bearcats won on the road at Chadron 51-32. It all started on the defensi... Read More

Shahid finishes with 22, Cougars win third straight

The Western Nebraska Community College men’s basketball team picked up the defense in the second half while earning its third straight win with a commanding 79-54 win over Northwest Kansas Technical College Tuesdayevening at Cougar Palace. The win... Read More