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Bluffs council passes budget, to begin negotiations on RDC contract

The Scottsbluff City Council Monday evening passed the 2018-2019 fiscal year budget without any further comment following a third reading of the ordinance. The city is requesting property tax asking be set at $1.91 million with a total taxable val... Read More

Ellis: Growing concern Scottsbluff losing retail hub identity with closing of stores

Twin Cities Development Community Development Director Keith Ellis admits there is growing concern that Scottsbluff could lose its panhandle retail service hub reputation with the closing of key stores over the last few years. Speaking to KNEB New... Read More

(Video) Nebraska Volleyball Prepares for Conference Play

The third-ranked Nebraska volleyball team finished non-conference play with a win over Missouri State on Saturday night. The Huskers (9-1) will begin Big Ten play against No. 19 Michigan on Friday. Head Coach John Cook spoke with the media at a M... Read More

(Video) Huskers set sights on Michigan to open Big Ten play

Ready or not, Big Ten play is here.   There is no doubt the Huskers would have liked to win a game before traveling to Ann Arbor, Michigan this Saturday.  The Nebraska Football team is in the midst of the worst season start since 1957. H... Read More

Lack of Pacific Northwest Export Bids Keeping New-Crop Soybean Basis in the Cellar

The trade war between the U.S. and China has now gone on for over two months, and while recent reports say there are expectations for another meeting "soon," between the two countries, no meeting has been officially announced. Now, with President Don... Read More

Futures One Crop Progress Report

OMAHA  -- In its first soybean harvest report of the season, USDA's National Ag Statistics Service estimated that 6% of the U.S. crop was harvested as of Sunday, Sept. 16, 3 percentage points ahead of the five-year average, according to the agency's... Read More News: September 17, 2018

Today on News:  Health officials reminding Nebraskans that West Nile Virus is still prevalent and active across the state Upgrades complete at Box Butte Reservoir Organizers for Monument Marathon putting final touches on 2018 even... Read More

Cleaning, Maintenance of Grain Storage Helps Maintain Quality, Value

It may feel like only yesterday that you were doing spring cleaning, but the amber waves of grain outside my window tell me how much time has passed. Hopefully, all the seeds you've sown have grown into mature crops, and that harvest is only weeks aw... Read More

Stalk Rot Diseases in Nebraska Corn Fields

Various stalk rot diseases have been confirmed in samples from corn fields across Nebraska. Stalk rot diseases and the pathogens that cause them are common in corn fields. They can weaken corn stalks leading to stalk lodging, breakage, and harv... Read More

Green Plains to shut down two Iowa ethanol plants

NEW YORK/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Major U.S. ethanol producer Green Plains Inc (GPRE.O) is shutting down two ethanol plants in Iowa and cutting output at another in Minnesota due to low profit margins, three industry sources told Reuters. The productio... Read More

Organizers of Monument Marathon encourage attendance at pre-race Expo

  The 2018 Platte Valley Companies Monument Marathon will be held a week from this coming Saturday, on September 29th. WNCC Foundation Director Jennifer Reisig encourages  local residents to come to the Gering Civic Center  Friday night,... Read More

Grain everywhere

 Throughout most of the Sunflower State, fall crops wait for combines to begin harvest. Abundant rainfall during the last week of August and the first 10 days of September stopped any attempts to cut dry-land corn. Water stands in low places in fie... Read More

WATCH LIVE: Scott Frost, Players Addresses the Media

Updated: Nebraska Football Head Coach Scott Frost will addressed the media at his weekly press conference.  The Huskers opened the 2018 season with a 0 - 2 record for the first time since 1957. Full Video: Scott Frost speaks with the media on Mo... Read More

Freshman enrollment record possible at University of Wyoming

The University of Wyoming appears to have its largest freshman class in history. Freshman enrollment as of Thursday was 1,860, with an official count due Wednesday. The Laramie Boomerang reports enrollment is up despite fewer students graduating... Read More