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Major League Baseball Spring Training

SPRING TRAINING Monday's Games Detroit 10, Atlanta 7 Minnesota 9, Miami 6 N.Y. Yankees 4, Baltimore 1 St. Louis (ss) 7, Boston 2 Tampa Bay 7, Philadelphia 2 St. Louis (ss) 5, Washington 4 Pitt... Read More

ISU Takes Down OSU on Senior Night

AMES, Iowa – A stingy defensive effort led Iowa State to a 61-48 win over Oklahoma State Monday night at Hilton Coliseum. The win improved the Cyclones, winners of five-in-a-row, to 18-11 overall on the season, 9-9 in Big 12 play. The Cowgirls fell... Read More

Senator Deb Fischer's Weekly Column

They called us “the Great American Desert.” The explorer and geologist Edwin James wrote that our land was “uninhabitable by a people depending upon agriculture.”   But in 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act. I... Read More

State Senator Lydia Brasch's Weekly Column

Week eight of the first biennium of the 105th Legislature consisted of days 32 through 35 of the 90-day session. Monday, February 20th was a recess day in observance of President’s Day.   On Tuesday, the Agriculture Committee had a hearing... Read More

GACC and East Butler Boys to meet in District Final

13-13 Guardian Angels Central Catholic meets 16-8 East Butler in the Boys D1-2 Basketball District Final at Clarkson High School Tuesday night. GACC Head Coach Brad Slaughter says the Tigers are a solid ball club. "They play several different defense... Read More

Update on Nebraska Conservation Compliance Reviews

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has been working with Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers to protect natural resources for over 80 years. During that time, one thing has remained the Agency’s main ... Read More

Struggling Farm Economy Could Worsen Nebraska Budget Woes

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A struggling farm economy could mean more budget challenges for Nebraska lawmakers this year, based on new state estimates. Members of the Nebraska Economic Forecasting Advisory Board offered a gloomy outlook for agriculture o... Read More

Crop Progress Looks at Winter Wheat, Livestock, Pasture and Range Conditions

For the month of February 2017, temperatures averaged six to eight degrees above normal across Nebraska, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Heavy snow occurred over northern portions of the State during the month. Tem... Read More

Morris Named Big 12 Player of the Week

AMES, Iowa – Iowa State senior guard Monté Morris has been named Phillips 66 Big 12 Player of the Week after helping Iowa State to a pair of wins at Texas Tech and at home against Baylor. Morris, a Flint, Michigan, native, averaged 20.0 points ... Read More

Iowa Women down Wisconsin

IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Five and a half minutes remained in Iowa's Senior Day women's basketball game and the Hawkeyes trailed Wisconsin, 58-56. A spark was needed, especially after Iowa turned the ball over because of a shot clock violation on its prev... Read More

Iowa Scores 14 to Win Hoover Classic Finale

HOOVER, Ala. -- A season-high 14 runs sent the University of Iowa baseball team to a 14-7 victory over Morehead State on Sunday afternoon at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium.  The Hawkeyes won two of three games over the weekend at the Hoover Classic. ... Read More