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The Monday Fontanelle Final Bell with Sue Martin of Ag and Investment

Soybeans pulled themselves up into a strong trade Ethanol margins remain poor South American forecast Can the hogs continue the positive trade this week? Snow could have more of an imp... Read More

Jan. 25, 2021

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney/Lisco/Mitchell – 5.55 (+0.14) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport/Torrington – 5.55 (+0.14) Crossroads Co-op/Gering/Lyman – 5.55 (+0.14) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford – 5.73 (+0.13) New Alliance / Alliance ... Read More

LB255 Would Provide Death Benefit When First Responder Dies in Line of Duty

Members of the Business and Labor Committee Monday took testimony on the 'In the Line of Duty Compensation Act', a measure that would provide a $50,000 death benefit for a family member or designee of first responders killed in the line of duty Ne... Read More

'Right to Repair' once again at Nebraska Legislature

The Nebraska Legislature will once again look at a bill on the Right to Repair. Introduced by Senator Tom Brandt of the 32nd District on Jan. 19, LB543, entitled the Agricultural Equipment Right-To-Repair Act, will, if passed, offer farmers a way ... Read More

DuPont, Chemours reach agreement over 'forever chemicals'

The Dupont and Chemours companies have agreed to resolve legal disputes over liabilities for pollution from man-made chemicals associated with cancer. The binding agreement announced Friday comes after Delaware’s Supreme Court last month upheld ... Read More

Man Dies in Torrington Collision Monday Morning

A medical event is believed to have contributed to the death of a 68 year old man involved in a two vehicle collision in Torrington Monday morning. A release on the Torrington Police Facebook page says officers responded to the report of a motor v... Read More

20,000 farmland acres in Nebraska owned by billionaire Bill Gates

Earlier this month, it was discovered that Bill Gates is American’s top farmland owner. The Land Report says the Gates family owns more than 240,000 acres.  In Nebraska, the Omaha World-Herald reports that there are at least 20,000 acres owned ... Read More

Search for New Scotts Bluff Co. Assessor to Get Underway Soon

Scotts Bluff County will soon begin the process of seeking out candidates  to fill the County Assessor's position being vacated by Amy Ramos. Last week, Deputy Assessor Angela Dillman was appointed to the post on an interim basis while the proces... Read More

West Nebraska Blood Center Encourages Donations After Move to New Location

West Nebraska Blood Center encourages those who are healthy to continue donating blood to help keep the region’s blood supply full. West Nebraska Blood Center moved their operations to 313 West 38th Street in Scottsbluff, just west of Regional W... Read More

Beaver Crossing equine business to be featured on Women in Ag webcast series

A business located near Beaver Crossing, Nebraska, will be featured in an upcoming women in agriculture webcast searies. “Open for Business: A Nebraska Women in Agripreneurship Series” will feature Triple E Equine, a family-owned and -operated... Read More

AUDIO: Market commentary with daily brokers

Summary The last week of January is starting and the Sunday overnight trade has been a mixed bag with most markets dipping lower and trying to return higher in the early morning hours. Equities will try to spark more rally as the Biden Administ... Read More