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Nebraska Bighorn Sheep Hunters Successful as 2019 Season Comes to Close

Nebraska’s bighorn sheep hunting season wrapped up Wednesday afternoon as the second of the state’s two permit holders found success at Montz Point Wildlife Management Area in Scotts Bluff County. Trevor Premer of McCook, who won his permit by... Read More

Ag Labor Bill Passes House

WASHINGTON, D.C. (DTN) -- The House late on Wednesday passed the Farm Workforce Modernization Act by a vote of 260 to 165, passing legislation that has strong backing from most agricultural groups, but is opposed by the American Farm Bureau Federatio... Read More

Video Spotlight Reports - 2019 Nebraska Power Farming Show

The 13th Annual Nebraska Power Farming Show – the second largest indoor farm show in the United States – will showcase nearly 2,268 booths spanning 9.2 acres in the Lancaster Event Center! This pure ag show will feature the best ag has to offe... Read More

Robinson Named Freshman All-American

Wan’Dale Robinson was named a second-team freshman All-American by The Athletic on Thursday, making the team as a wide receiver while playing both wideout and running back for Nebraska in 2019. Nebraska’s first letterwinner from Kentucky, Robins... Read More

Campus Experiences Help Husker Launch Beef Enterprise

Husker Hannah Esch knows how to juggle priorities. She’s an ace at balancing classes, tests and projects – and running her own business. As a student enrolled in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Progr... Read More

Landowner assistance to remove Cedar and Russian Olive trees

Southwest Weed Management is offering landowners a cost share assistance program for removal of eastern red cedar and russian olive trees from rangelands.  This is the final round for acceptance of applications for 2019. Counties included in this pr... Read More

Bluffs Woman Injured in Vehicle vs. Pedestrian Accident

An 80-year-old Scottsbluff woman escapes serious injuries following an early morning vehicle versus pedestrian accident. Scottsbluff Police Captain Brian Wasson says Virginia Pickett was at the intersection of East 20th Street and 5th Avenue aroun... Read More

The Sunrise Report - LIVE from the Nebraska Power Farming Show

Good morning from the Lancaster Event Center, the home of the Nebraska Power Farming Show! Bryce Doeschot and Chad Moyer are here to get you ready for the 2nd largest indoor ag show in the U.S. Grab a cup of coffee and join the two for this mor... Read More

Senate Won’t Vote on USCMA Until After Christmas

U.S. farmers won’t see a North America trade deal under the Christmas tree this year, despite this week’s deal to move the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement forward. The House of Representatives, which must act first, plans to vote by the end of ne... Read More

USDA Extends MFP, DMC Deadlines

The Department of Agriculture Wednesday extended sign-up deadlines for the Dairy Margin Coverage program to December 20. USDA officials cited the prolonged and extensive impacts of weather events this year for moving the deadline beyond its original ... Read More News: December 11, 2019

Today on News: Japanese Hall finds new home at Legacy of the Plains Museum following all-day moving of building across the Twin Cities Nebraska Supreme Court to hear appeal from death row inmate Jeffrey Hessler Teen charged in Blu... Read More

The Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman of INTL FC Stone

Lower grains in the trade.  Big trade factors today include the FEDS Statement, Brexit & China tariff deadline.  What will happen between now & Sunday with China & how will the markets continue to watch.  Brazilian weather for the mos... Read More

Girls Class B State Golf coming to Panhandle

The NSAA has awarded Scottsbluff and Gering the 2020, 2021, and 2022 Girls Class B State Golf Championships. A presentation was made today (Wednesday 12/11) at a meeting in Norfolk and the NSAA made the announcement via their Twitter page late thi... Read More

Scottsbluff Teen to be Tried as an Adult in October Shots Fired Case

A Scottsbluff teenager facing three felony charges related to a shooting incident on the northwest edge of the city last October will be tried as an adult. 17-year-old Jacob Enriquez was charged for the incident in the 2700 block of West 35th Stre... Read More