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$55,000 Awarded through Nebraska FFA Foundation  Local Chapter Grant Program

 Eleven Nebraska FFA chapters were awarded funds through the Nebraska FFA Foundation local chapter grant program. This program, in its second year, supports Nebraska agricultural education classrooms, FFA programs and individual student entrepreneu... Read More

Bluffs council approves largest  LB 840 project in city's history

The Scottsbluff City Council Monday evening approved the biggest L.B. 840 agreement in the local program's history. City Manager Nathan Johnson says the one and three quarter million dollar grant will be provided to Prime Metal Products, who speci... Read More

(Video) Morning Agriculture News Update - Oct. 16, 2018

Susan Littlefield reports on agriculture news and information. Brazil Soybean Supplies Running Low Dropped Tariffs Could Mean Less USDA Trade Aid Relief Trump, XI Likely to Meet at Upcoming G-20 More video from the Rural Radio Network... Read More

International Trade Commission to Review USMCA

The U.S. International Trade Commission will review the U.S.,-Mexico-Canada Agreement next month. The Commission is scheduled to meet November 15th for an economic review of the trade agreement that will replace the North American Free Trade Agree... Read More

1890 theme set for Fort Robinson Christmas dinner

The annual Christmas dinner at Fort Robinson State Park on Dec. 1 will take people back to a period that marked the end of what became known as the Sioux Wars. The 200 attendees of the 24th annual Christmas Dinner at Fort Robinson State Park at the ... Read More

KNEB.tv News: October 15, 2018

Today on KNEB.tv News:  First significant snow storm of the season blankets the WyoBraska region Cleanup of fallen tree branches addressed by cities of Scottsbluff and Gering Strong showing at the 2018 Old West Weekend on Broadway and at ... Read More

(Video) Frost: 'I was so impressed with how the guys came back today'

Following a disappointing weekend in Evanston, Illinois, Scott Frost spoke highly of the Nebraska Football team's response at practice. "All we can do is put our head down and keep getting better and that’s what we’ve done and that’s what w... Read More

U.S. Pork Industry Seeks 2019 Pig Farmers of Tomorrow

DES MOINES, IOWA – Oct. 15, 2018 – The National Pork Board is searching for the next Pig Farmers of Tomorrow, with applications now open through Nov. 12 at www.pigfarmersoftomorrow.com. The award recognizes, inspires and connects with the next ... Read More

(Video) Nebraska and adidas Reveal 'Memorial Tribute' Uniforms

LINCOLN, Neb. | PORTLAND, Ore. – The University of Nebraska Huskers and adidas Football today unveiled the new adidas Primeknit A1 ‘Memorial Tribute’ alternate uniforms, which will make their on-field debut for the Cornhuskers’ game against I... Read More

Futures One Crop Progress *AUDIO*

Rain and snow last week pushed the nation's soybean harvest further behind the average pace and also slowed the corn harvest, USDA's National Ag Statistics Service said in its weekly Crop Progress report on Monday. As of Sunday, Oct. 14, 38% of the ... Read More

Nebraska governor's son loses smartphone to Omaha mugger

Police say the Nebraska governor's son has been mugged near his family's home in Omaha. A police report says 19-year-old Roscoe Ricketts was robbed at gunpoint around 9 p.m. Sunday as he was walking. The robber took Ricketts' smartphone and then ... Read More

Supermarket shenanigans

Why do you think your mom made a grocery list and stuck to it? From the time you enter the supermarket parking lot until you reach the checkout counter, every part of a supermarket is designed to make you spend more money than you need to. Look at ... Read More

Chadron State pokes have their best rodeo

CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- Both Chadron State College rodeo teams had their best performances of the fall season at the Laramie County Community College rodeo in Cheyenne this past weekend. Ten CSC contestants placed among the top six in their events and ... Read More

From soybean crop to pork chop, pig farming sustains demand for oilseed

With Iowa’s soybean harvest expected to total nearly 600 million bushels, the partnership between soy and pork takes on added importance as production booms and trade disputes linger. “Iowa soybean farmers depend on domestic and global demand fo... Read More