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Great American Wheat Harvest Movie Wins Emmy

Emmitsburg, Maryland film maker, Conrad Weaver of ConjoStudios, LLC is excited to announce that his 2014 documentary the Great American Wheat Harvest film has received a Mid-America Regional EMMY® Aw... Read More

Not All Groups Happy With TPP Deal

One of the few agriculture groups to express displeasure with the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement says the deal needs currency manipulation enforcement. National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson said Monday following the announcement of an a... Read More

8 Winnebago Tribe council members to take oath of office

WINNEBAGO, Neb. (AP) _ The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska has scheduled a swearing-in ceremony after this week's election to fill eight of its nine open council seats. The elected members will take their oath of office at 10 a.m. Wednesday, one day afte... Read More

Huskers Plan for Physical Wisconsin Offense

Lincoln, Neb. --- The Nebraska football team practice for just under 90 minutes in sweats on Monday afternoon inside the Hawks Center, as it prepares to welcome the Wisconsin Badgers to Lincoln on Saturday. Defensive coordinator Mark Banker spoke ... Read More

 USDA Weekly Crop Progress - U.S. Soybeans 42% Harvested; Corn 27%

OMAHA (DTN) -- The nation's corn harvest advanced to 27% complete as of Oct. 4, according to USDA's latest weekly Crop Progress and Conditions report. That's a bit behind the five-year average of 32%. Corn conditions held steady in the past week. "S... Read More

King Named Defensive Player of the Week

IOWA CITY, Iowa -- University of Iowa defensive back Desmond King has been named Big Ten Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in Iowa’s 10-6 win at Wisconsin Saturday. The Big Ten honor is the second weekly honor for Ki... Read More

Mavs Dominate Play but Lose 1-0 to Jackrabbits

BROOKINGS, South Dakota – The Omaha women’s soccer team controlled possession throughout the game on Sunday afternoon in Brookings, South Dakota, but dropped a Summit League match to South Dakota State, 1-0. The loss dropped Omaha to 3-7-2 ove... Read More

Mavericks 11th in Latest College Hockey Poll

OMAHA, Neb. – The Omaha hockey team has been picked 11th in the preseason poll released by USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine. The Mavericks received 160 points in the voting to finish behind Miami and ahead of Yale.  Last week, UNO was picked 10th ... Read More

Ishimura Wins Second Consecutive Singles Flight Title

OMAHA, Neb. -- For the second consecutive weekend, freshman Ashley Ishimura earned a singles flight title, winning the A flight at the Bluejay Invitational in Omaha. Ishimura was one of three Bluejay players to find the win column on the third an... Read More

USDA Provides Support to Native American Businesses and Rural Communities

Lincoln, Nebraska, Oct. 5, 2015 – Agriculture Under Secretary Lisa Mensah today announced 28 grants for $4.3 million to support business and economic development in Tribal communities in 14 states.  Nebraska is the recipient of two grants totaling... Read More

Keller, Herbers Garner Weekly Men's Soccer Honors

OMAHA, Neb. -- Two members of the top-ranked Creighton men's soccer team earned weekly honors as Vincent Keller and Fabian Herbers were recognized by the BIG EAST and College Soccer News, respectively. After helping Creighton (10-0-0) to a pair o... Read More