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Iowa State Rally Falls Short at No. 24 WVU

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia – Iowa State put together a fourth-quarter rally to temporarily move ahead of No. 24 West Virginia, but the Cyclones offense ran dry as the Mountaineers earned a 57-47 win ... Read More

Briar Cliff men and women down Dordt

The BC men went on the road to Dordt and notched a 114-103 victory over the Defenders, clinching at least a share of the GPAC regular season title. Clay Harreld played a large part in the outcome, leading the Cliff with 28 points.  He was 4... Read More

Morningside men fall to Dakota Wesleyan; Women win

Second-ranked Morningside wrapped up an outright GPAC women’s basketball championship with an 80-74 victory against No. 16 Dakota Wesleyan on Wednesday in Sioux City. The Mustangs improved their record to 25-2, including a 17-2 record in the... Read More

Hollins Keys Mavs Past League-Leading Jacks

OMAHA, Neb. -- The Omaha men's basketball team moved within half a game of first place in the Summit League standings Wednesday night, knocking off conference leader South Dakota State 96-92 at Baxter Arena. With the win, the Mavericks improve to 16-... Read More

Midland men and women fall to Concordia

SEWARD, Neb. – (RV) Midland University suffered a 91-85 setback at Concordia University on Wednesday night, putting a halt to the Warriors' three-game winning streak. Clayton Shepard poured in a career-best 26 points as Midland was playing wi... Read More

Hass walking on at Nebraska

Guardian Angels Central Catholic's Tanner Hass is walking on to play football at Nebraska. Hass says playing for the Huskers has always been a dream of his. "Well ever since I was a kid, me and my dad, my family, we've always gone to games, we've ... Read More

Ortmeier continuing football career with Doane

Guardian Angels Central Catholic's Tanner Ortmeier signed a letter of intent last week to play football at Doane. Ortmeier says Doane felt like the right fit. "I love the campus there, and the people there make me feel at home, and I feel like it ... Read More

Vilsack, lawmakers urge end to Cuban trade embargo

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and a bipartisan group of lawmakers on Wednesday marked the first anniversary of the U.S. Agriculture Coalition for Cuba by urging the group's members - including some of the country's leading ag groups and compani... Read More

District Wrestling Set For This Weekend

District A-1: Dates: Feb 13, 2016 Site: Millard South HS Host School: Millard South Director: Steve Throne Schools Assigned: Hastings Kearney Millard South Millard West Omaha Bryan Omaha Central Omaha South Papillion-LaVista District ... Read More

Over-the-Top Grass Control: Herbicide Approved for Sorghum

February 11, 2016 — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently announced the registration approval of the active ingredient nicosulfuron (the active ingredient in DuPont™ Zest™ herbicide) that will complement the non-GMO DuPont™ Inzen... Read More

Abengoa Says It Plans to Restart Ravenna, Ne Plant

Abengoa SA will not sell its assets or seek more secured debt to finance operations at an idled corn-ethanol plant in Ravenna, Nebraska, before creditors are made whole, an attorney for Abengoa Bioenergy of Nebraska assured a Nebraska bankruptcy cour... Read More