West Point Native Named Public Health Association of Nebraska President-elect

Brandon Grimm, Ph.D., director of the Office of Public Health Practice in the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s College of Public Health, was named president-elect of the Public Health Associa... Read More

Heineman Faces Hours of Questioning From Lathrop

The chairman of a legislative committee says 162 Nebraska inmates convicted of violent crimes were freed early under a furlough program. The program was revealed at a hearing Wednesday as the chairman, Sen. Steve Lathrop, questioned Gov. Dave Hein... Read More

Under Secretary Scuse visists the area

Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services, Michael Scuse is in Nebraska making the rounds today.  He was a speaker Wednesday at the AgriFuture 2014 Conference going on in Kearney.  During a stop at the Rural Radio Network Studios i... Read More

Meetings aimed at boosting exports start this week

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) _ A Wichita-based trade advisory firm is working with Kansas communities to identify companies that seem ready to export but haven't yet. Staff for the nonprofit Kansas Global Trade Services and the state of Kansas will speak at s... Read More

New USDA Partnership Announced to Support Gulf Restoration

A new partnership between USDA ‘s Natural Resources Conservation Service and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation announced Tuesday seeks to provide support for restoration of the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem. The effort is a result of the impacts... Read More

COOL Appeal not likely until January

The United States won’t appeal the World Trade Organization’s recent ruling on Country of Origin Labeling until the beginning of next year, according to USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack. Vilsack told DTN this week the U.S. Trade Representative’s offi... Read More

Crop Protection Industry Pushes Back on EPA Report

Nearly two weeks have passed since the EPA released its report dismissing any yield benefits for neonicotinoid seed treatments on soybeans, and the seed industry is gearing up to respond. Bean leaf beetle (Courtesy of UNL CropWatch) "That was... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR TUESDAY OCT 28, 2014

Central Valley Ag Humphrey     Corn -    316    Beans - 933 Oakland    Corn -    307     Beans - 926 Tekamah    Corn -    307    Beans - 926 West Point    Corn -    313    Beans - 928 East Grain Hub    Corn... Read More

Growth Energy Announces Multi-Year Support, Presents Workshops during 87th National FFA Convention & Expo

INDIANAPOLIS (Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014/National FFA Organization) – Growth Energy, a company that represents the producers and supporters of ethanol, recently announced support of the National FFA Organization and agricultural education as a special ... Read More

Omaha man who is accused of kidnapping faces many charges

An Omaha man who is accused of kidnapping a woman in Scribner, then leading area police on an October 20th  chase has been released from a hospital and now faces many charges. The pursuit began as a domestic disturbance in Scribner. The Dodge Co... Read More