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NACD President Participates in Climate Change Panel

WASHINGTON, DC-- April 24, 2015—National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) President Lee McDaniel represented the nation's 3,000 conservation districts at a climate change forum yesterday... Read More

UNL scholar among team that quantifies ecosystem loss in Science study

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln rangeland ecologist is among the co-authors of a study published in Science that has quantified land use change and the reduction of ecosystem and cropland productivity stemming from large-scale expansion of oil and g... Read More

Gering captures Alliance Golf Invitational

The Gering High Bulldogs won their first meet of the season Saturday, winning the Alliance Golf Invitational at the SkyView Golf Course. Gering posted its second best score of the season with a 344 to win the  Division I title.  The Bulldogs pla... Read More

McCook edges Scottsbluff for tennis invite title

Scottsbluff swept singles titles at its own tennis invitational Saturday but had to settle for a second place team finish one point behind McCook. Zoe Holscher captured the No. 1 singles title and Christina Villarreal won six straight matches to c... Read More

Cats split with Thunderbirds

It was a day for the road teams to get wins Saturday as Scottsbluff took on Cheyenne East in boys and girls soccer. The Scottsbluff boys traveled to Cheyenne and won a 2-to-1 OT match, while the girls hosted the defending Wyoming 4A state champs a... Read More

CSC grad honored as top Special Educator in South Dakota

2013 Chadron State College graduate Tami Hughson recently received the parent-nominated Special Education Teacher of the Year award for the state of South Dakota. Hughson, a graduate of Mitchell High School in Nebraska, received the award at the S... Read More

Nebraska Wheat Crop Report

According to the USDA Crop Progress and Condition Report dated April 20, 2015, an inch or more of precipitation was common throughout the state, with two to three inches reported in west central counties. Temperatures averaged six degrees above n... Read More

American Agricultural Labs Receives Grant

The Nebraska Department of Economic Development (NEDED) has just announced approval of a grant for the expansion of American Agricultural Laboratory, Inc. The grant to McCook Economic Development Corporation from the Site and Building Fund in the amo... Read More

Cougars earn second consecutive split against Miles CC

MILES CITY, Mont. -- The Western Nebraska Community College baseball team got a little offense in their second game with Miles Community College Saturday afternoon in Miles City, Mont. The Cougars dropped a 4-0 contest to the Pioneers in Empire Co... Read More

Simpson sets new CSC school record in the long jump

FORT COLLINS, Colo.,--Chadron State freshman Damarcus Simpson went a foot farther than his previous outdoor best while winning the long jump at the Jack Christiansen Invitational Track and Field Meet on Saturday. Simpson jumped 25-feet, 1.75 inche... Read More

Eagles blast six home runs in doubleheader split Saturday

CHADRON - The Chadron State College softball team drove in 15 runs in a 15-6 win over Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference foe Colorado Mesa University. CSC fell short in a rainy seventh inning rally against Metro State University in the second game, l... Read More