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Briar Cliff Softball signs recruit from California

Charger softball head coach Michelle Schaper has announced the signing of Taylor Graciano to her 2018-19 Briar Cliff recruiting class. Graciano is currently finishing up her senior year at West Covi... Read More

China state-media editor vows soyabean retaliation

US soyabean exports will be targeted if the Trump administration imposes further tariffs on China, said Hu Xijin, editor of nationalist tabloid the Global Times, which is controlled by the Chinese Communist party mouthpiece the People’s Daily. “I... Read More

NFU Celebrates National Agriculture Day

WASHINGTON – As the national agriculture community joins together to celebrate National Agriculture Day, National Farmers Union (NFU) is recognizing family farmers and ranchers for the wide array of contributions they make to consumers’ everyday... Read More

Zuhlke gets 17 months for role in Bancroft bank robbery

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ A getaway driver has been imprisoned for his role in robbing First Bank of Bancroft. Prosecutors say 56-year-old Lenn Zuhlke was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court in Omaha to 17 months in prison. He'd pled guilty. The r... Read More

Farm Bureau Report: Soybeans Lead the Way in Agriculture Trade in the Beef State

Nebraska may be known as the beef state, but when it comes to agriculture exports, international sales of soybeans bring home the greatest value to Nebraska agriculture, according to a report released by the Nebraska Farm Bureau, Tues. March 20. The ... Read More

Midwest Senators Write Trump Opposing any RIN Waiver Cap

A group of Midwest Senators is urging President Trump to oppose capping Renewable Identification Numbers, or RIN prices, as part of the Renewable Fuel Standard. Joni Ernst and Chuck Grassley of Iowa, along with Deb Fischer of Nebraska, John Thune ... Read More

President Trump Proclaims March 20, 2018, as National Agriculture Day

The President of the United States of America proclaimed today as National Agriculture Day. In the proclamation, the President encouraged Americans to observe the day by recognizing “the preeminent role that agriculture plays in our daily lives.”... Read More

Nebraska Corn Board recognized five ag leaders at annual awards dinner

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Corn Board presented five individuals with awards of ag achievement at their annual awards dinner held March 19, 2018 in Lincoln. The annual awards recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the ov... Read More

Water troughs key to E. coli contamination in cattle

ITHACA, N.Y. — A major study led by Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine researchers reveals for the first time that water troughs on farms are a conduit for the spread of toxic E. coli in cattle, which can then spread the pathogen t... Read More

Huskers On The Road To Oklahoma

The Nebraska baseball team (11-8) hits the road this week for Tulsa, Okla., to face Oral Roberts (11-6) for a pair of games at J.L. Johnson Stadium. Tuesday’s game is set for 6:30 p.m. (CT) and will be streamed on ESPN3. Wednesday’s finale is sla... Read More

Three Area Athletes Named to Sertoma 8-Man Football Classic

The rosters have been announced for the 2018 Sertoma 8-Man All-Star Football Classic. Area athletes on the East squad include Brady Oliver of Pender, Ryan Macholan of Howells-Dodge and Jacob Yosten of Guardian Angels Central Catholic. The 8-Man Class... Read More