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Hoskins man appears in court in cemetery vandalism case

The Hoskins man accused of destruction of markers at a Hoskins area cemetery appeared in Wayne County Court on Monday. The Wayne Herald reports Michael Svatos is charged with the Class IV Felony Cr... Read More

Sowinski, Tuufuli Earn Spots on Team USA

EUGENE, Oregon-- University of Iowa freshman Reno Tuufuli earned a spot on the United States junior national team following a second-place finish in the discus at the 2015 USATF Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Tuufuli will represent Team US... Read More

Warrior baseball collegiate summer league report

Fremont, Neb. – After an action-packed 2015 season on the diamond at Midland University, six returning Warriors have continued to play ball throughout the summer months in collegiate baseball leagues across the country. Statistical and team informa... Read More

Omaha earns split with Round Rock

The Omaha Stormchasers earned a split with Round Rock, winning 5-3 at home on Monday. Orlando Calixte and Brett Eibner each went 2-4 for Omaha. The Stormchasers are at New Orleans on Tuesday for the completion of a suspended game, and then a re... Read More


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Wheat Commissions Host Japanese Millers to Build Confidence in U.S. Supplies

Japanese consumers demand the highest quality and safety in their food. To help maintain a preference for U.S. wheat to produce the best wheat foods, U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) is working with the Washington Grain Commission, Oregon Wheat Commission... Read More

CEO Forrest Roberts Resigns from NCBA

Forrest Roberts has announced his resignation as the Chief Executive Officer of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA), effective July 31. Roberts has been the CEO of NCBA since 2009. Roberts is leaving NCBA to pursue other opportunit... Read More

SCOTUS Rules Against EPA Emission Rules

A divided Supreme Court on Monday ruled against federal regulators' attempt to limit power plant emissions of mercury and other hazardous air pollutants. The rules began to take effect in April, but the court split 5-4 along ideological lines to r... Read More

Senate Ag Chair Plans for Movement on COOL in July

Senate Ag Chair Pat Roberts says the Senate must take action in July on Country of Origin meat labeling. The House and Senate went on recess following the end of last week, but once back in session, Roberts would like to see the Senate move forward w... Read More