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Northeast Community College to offer Basic Auto Body Theory course

NORFOLK – Northeast Community College will offer an auto body theory course and lab starting next month. Basic Auto Body Theory I and Lab (AUTB 2055/2065/17A & CRN #30355/30357) will be held ... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR FRIDAY JUNE 23, 2017

06-23-17 Central Valley Ag Elgin          Corn -     307       Beans - 818 Humphrey     Corn -    309    Beans - 821 Monroe      Corn -   309    Beans - 836 Oakland E. Hub    Corn -    309    Beans - 8... Read More

Iowa State's Burton Agrees To Join Timberwolves

AMES, Iowa – Iowa State's Deonte Burton has agreed to join the Minnesota Timberwolves, according to Edge Sports International, the agency representing the former Cyclone. The Milwaukee, Wisconsin native had a breakout season in 2016-17, averagin... Read More

United States Cattle on Feed Up 3 Percent

Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in the United States for feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 11.1 million head on June 1, 2017. The inventory was 3 percent above June 1, 2016. Placements in feedlots during May t... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Announces Nebraska State Patrol Agency Review

This afternoon, Governor Pete Ricketts announced an agency-wide review of the Nebraska State Patrol that will be led by the Governor’s Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) Jason Jackson.  This review will seek to examine the totality of the workfo... Read More

USDA Authorizes Emergency Grazing in Drought-Stricken Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota

Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today authorized emergency grazing on Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands in Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota.  All or parts of these states are experiencing severe or extreme drought conditions – i... Read More

Trial set for Wakefield man charged in slaying, dismemberment

DAKOTA CITY, Neb. (AP) _ One of two men accused of killing another man in northeast Nebraska's Dakota County has been scheduled for trial. Court records say 19-year-old Brayan Galvan-Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to murder and related charges i... Read More

Patton Selected 16th in First Round of NBA Draft

BROOKLYN, N.Y.. --  Justin Patton became Creighton's second men's basketball player in four years to be selected in the First Round of the NBA Draft on Thursday night at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., when the 7-footer was drafted No. 16 overall... Read More

NCGA Corn Board Elects Lynn Chrisp as Next Farmer to Help Lead Organization

The National Corn Growers Association's Corn Board has elected Lynn Chrisp of Nebraska to become the organization's first vice president for the next fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1. "I am deeply honored that my Corn Board colleagues chose ... Read More

Brazil farm minister heads to U.S. over fresh beef ban

Brazil's Agriculture Minister Blairo Maggi prepared to travel to the United States on Friday to fight a ban on imports of fresh Brazilian beef, which hit shares of local meatpackers and revived concerns over the image of the world's largest exporter.... Read More

Kansas Jury Awards $218M to Kansas Farmers in Syngenta Suit

A federal jury in Kansas has awarded nearly $218 million to farmers who sued Syngenta over its introduction of a genetically engineered corn seed variety. Friday's verdict after a three-week trial in Kansas City, Kansas, involves four Kansas farme... Read More