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USCA Encouraged by Cell-cultured Joint Regulation

The U.S. Cattlemen’s Association applauded the joint regulatory effort on cell-cultured products announced last week. The organization says the announcement by the Department of Agriculture and Food... Read More

Minatare man has meth conviction upheld by Nebraska Court of Appeals

A 47-year-old Minatare man who was convicted of possessing 65 grams of methamphetamine has had his sentenced upheld by the Nebraska Court of Appeals. Travis Buechler was arrested in 2017 following a search of his pickup parked at a Scottsbluff co... Read More

How Crop Insurance May Soften the Blow of Low Quality Soybeans

Crop insurance is typically thought of as protecting against low yields and/or revenue. However, crop insurance also provides some protection against low quality. This fall’s weather could trigger indemnity payments due to low quality. The follo... Read More

USDA Cancels Trade Aid to Smithfield

The Department of Agriculture has canceled trade mitigation program payments to Chinese-owned Smithfield Foods following industry complaints. Politico reports USDA canceled a $250,000 contract with Smithfield following public complaints that a Chines... Read More News: November 19, 2018

Today on News: The U.S. Capitol Christmas tree makes a stop in Scottsbluff Weekend house fire displaces a family of three Local man facing serious charges stemming from alleged attack Bill Boyer with your weather- Chris Cottrell... Read More

Scottsbluff Police investigate report of gun shot

Several Scottsbluff schools went into lockout mode Monday afternoon after police received a report of a shot being fired in the 2200 block of 2nd Avenue. Police talked with witnesses, and determined the sound came from the alley between 2nd and 3r... Read More

Slick roads lead to NSP cruiser being hit by train near Melbeta Saturday

A crushed patrol cruiser was the only damage after a Nebraska State Patrol trooper lost control of the vehicle and it ended up on the Union Pacific Railroad tracks near Melbeta Saturday night. According to a release from the NSP, the trooper encount... Read More

Registration Open for Six-Week Education Course for Women in Ag

Lincoln, Nebraska, Nov. 19, 2018 – Women involved in agricultural production and management or who are interested in learning more about ag business are encouraged to attend Annie’s Project, a six-week educational course set to begin Jan. 28 in t... Read More

Scottsbluff council considering fee for repeated non-medical fire response

Repeated calls for non-medical fire department assistance could lead to a bill from the city under an ordinance to be considered by the Scottsbluff City Council tonight. Under the proposal, residents would be billed $100 for any such fire departme... Read More

(Video) Frost, Husker Players Prepare for Iowa - Husker Sports Press Conference

It was similar to a scene out of a movie. Following a tough 9 - 6 victory over Michigan State, members of the Nebraska Football team celebrated in the snow.  The players shared hugs and smiles, as the graduating seniors played their last game at ... Read More

Beef Checkoff connects students with beef farmer

New York Beef Council with the support of Iowa Beef Council and the Beef Checkoff hosted two virtual field trips for high school culinary classrooms involved in the ProStart program. Tim Pallokat, owner of Cayuga View Farm, located in Cayuga County g... Read More