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Motorcyclist killed in collision with semitrailer

VALLEY, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities in eastern Nebraska say a motorcyclist has been killed in a collision with a semitrailer. The collision occurred around 6:15 a.m. Thursday near the intersection of U... Read More

Traveling 9/11 memorial to make appearance in Nebraska

A national memorial for thousands of service members killed after the September 11, 2001, attacks will be making its debut in Nebraska before traveling throughout the country. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the Remembering Our Fallen Nation... Read More

John Deere Stepping In To Fill Farm Finance Void

For nearly two centuries, Deere and Co. has built equipment to help farmers and ranchers. Now, the company's financial muscle is doing more of the work. Throughout the Farm Belt, low prices for corn, soybeans and wheat are putting a strain on U.S.... Read More

Culver’s Starting the Second Year of #FarmingFridays

The Culver’s restaurant chain successfully debuted the #FarmingFridays social media content series last year. Culver’s has once again invited agricultural influencers to share pictures and videos that show their passion for and knowledge of agric... Read More

Mexican Ambassador Addresses Corn Congress Delegation

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has benefited both the American and Mexican agriculture industries, and Mexico is optimistic about the prospects of modernizing the trade agreement, Mexican Ambassador Gerónimo Gutiérrez told more tha... Read More

(Audio) Cattle At Risk Under High Heat Index

(click on news/podcast tab above to hear interview with Mary Drewnoski)   Humans are better at coping with a high heat index than cattle. Especially if it's in combination with high humidity and low wind speed.   Debbie Drewnosk... Read More

H-2A Program May Be Expanded

The House Appropriations Committee adopted an amendment to the fiscal 2018 Homeland Security Spending Bill that would help dairy producers and other farmers that need year round labor. The amendment would expand the types of businesses that can ap... Read More

Perdue Applauds President Trump for Selections of McKinney & Clovis for USDA Posts

(Washington, D.C., July 19, 2017) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today applauded President Donald J. Trump’s declaration of intent to nominate Ted McKinney for Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs and Dr. Sam... Read More

Major League Baseball Scores

July 19th INTERLEAGUE= Final San Francisco 5 Cleveland 4 Final L.A. Dodgers 9 Chi White Sox 1, 8 Innings Final L.A. Angels 7 Washington 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE= Final Minnesota 6 N-Y Yankees 1 Final Seattle 4 Houston 1 Final Oakland 7 T... Read More

Storm Chasers let one get away

The Omaha Storm Chasers fell 8-4 in 12 innings at home to Colorado Springs Wednesday night. The Storm Chasers led 4-2 in the 9th, but the Sky Sox scored 2 runs in the inning and forced extras. Omaha tries to earn a series split Thursday night as ... Read More

(AUDIO) Winnebago Boys Basketball Coach Berridge holding camp

Winnebago Head Boys Basketball Coach Jeff Berridge is hosting a Bago Basketball Coach Berridge Elite Camp next Friday and Saturday. Berridge says he'll teach camp attendees what he teaches his players during the season. "I'm just kind of doing it for... Read More