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Huskers continue preparations for Fighting Illini

Lincoln, Neb.— On a glorious Thursday fall afternoon, the Nebraska football team practiced in full pads and helmets for about 90 minutes. Both teams started in Memorial Stadium, where the offense st... Read More

Eagles to meet high-powered offense Saturday

The Chadron State College Eagles will confront a high-powered offensive attack Saturday when they host Humboldt State of Arcata, California, in their only non-conference game of the season. Kickoff for the CSC Hall of Fame contest will be at noon. ... Read More

Southern Corn Rust Strikes Again in Midwest

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- David Brown, of Carmine, Illinois, probably wouldn't call himself a Southerner. But the corn, soybean and wheat farmer is getting a taste of Southern crop management this year, after southern corn rust breached the Mason-Dixon... Read More

Stinner reschedules town hall meetings, discusses national anthem controversy

State Senator John P. Stinner is rescheduling town hall meetings originally scheduled in the District for next week due to a family emergency. The new schedule for the town hall meetings in the district are Tuesday, October 25, at 8 a.m. at the Mo... Read More

SWBC announces fourth round of layoffs this year

KNEB news has been able to confirm there have been 15 additional layoffs at SWBC's Scottsbluff facility today. Assistant Vice President of Public Relations and Corporate Communications Lisa Pinto says the people impacted are all in one division. ... Read More

More Details Emerge on Initial Brazil Beef Shipments to US

The first shipment of Brazilian beef has arrived in the U.S., with reports saying the initial shipment is a small one that arrived via an American Airlines flight Sept. 27 in Miami and was alerted by Brazilian Agriculture Minister Blairo Maggi in com... Read More

USDA Reports Preview- The Goldilocks Scenario

Solid arguments could be made for corn and soybean quarterly stocks numbers to be bullish, bearish or neutral when released by USDA. QUARTERLY STOCKS Let's change things up a bit and start by looking at soybeans. The Sept. 30 Quarterly Stocks r... Read More

American Farm Bureau Insurance Services and Granular Announce Alliance To Simplify Crop Insurance

American Farm Bureau Insurance Services (AFBIS Inc.), a Managing General Agent (MGA) for Approved Insurance Providers (AIP's), has partnered with Granular, leading provider of farm management software, to streamline the crop insurance data collection... Read More

Village of Morrill begins search for new Chief of Police

It has been three weeks since Morrill Police Chief Josh Catlin submitted his resignation, and now efforts are underway to find his successor. Village Clerk Janine Schmidt says they have the position advertised through the League of Nebraska Munic... Read More

NRD Annual Conference Has Increased Attendance Educating Public About Water and Soil Conservation

The Nebraska Association of Resources Districts (NARD) Annual Conference was held at the Younes Conference Center in Kearney, September 26th – 27th and focused on protecting the future of Nebraska’s natural resources.  This year more than 400 Na... Read More

Chadron Marine from WWII accounted for 73 years later

An October 6 burial has been scheduled for a Chadron Marine who died in battle during the peak of World War II. 23-year-old Sgt. Fae V. Moore was unaccounted for, but nearly 73 years later, his family has received an update on what happened that f... Read More