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A New Midge Emerges

The mysterious orange maggots that drilled into soybean stems and killed plants in parts of Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota last summer now have known adult relatives. Entomologists we... Read More

Agriculture Can Do the Job

Farmers and ranchers are under increasing pressure to produce more food to feed the world while improving their stewardship of critical land and water resources. Today’s farmers are increasing the amount of organic matter in the soil. With no-ti... Read More

Pinkeye Possibilities Need A Second Look

QUESTION: I bought five heifers at auction, and about five months later, one of them with a white face developed runny eyes. It does not look like pinkeye. We have never had pinkeye on the property in 25 years. Is there some disease that was brought... Read More

Morningside Football wins NAIA National Championship over Benedictine

DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. – Apropos. The Webster Dictionary meaning states simply "very appropriate to a particular situation." That couldn't have been more outlined than a 16-yard touchdown pass that sent the top-ranked team in the National Assoc... Read More

Huskers lose in five to Stanford in National Title Match

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - The Nebraska volleyball team fell just short of a second straight national title Saturday night, falling to No. 1 Stanford in a five-set thriller at the Target Center. Nebraska fought off five set points before dropping the fi... Read More


The European Union parliament this week approved the EU-Japan trade agreement. The agreement removes tariffs on 97 percent of European exports, with agriculture exports seeing significant tariff reductions. The pact will enter into force Feb. 1, 2019... Read More

An Old-Fashioned Lesson

After many years spent working in and teaching about commodity markets, I don't ever recall equating my job to the way a country minister might talk to his congregation. Not until recently, that is, after an interesting experience at this year's DTN ... Read More

Farmers buoyed but cautious as China resumes buying soybeans

The resumption of soybean sales to China this week is encouraging to American farmers who have seen the value of their crop plummet amid a trade war with the world's second-largest economy, but producers see it only as a small step and say they need ... Read More

High School Basketball Scores

Boys Saturday (12/15/2018) Adams Central 76, Fillmore Central 22 Alliance 58, Sidney 23 Alma 63, Red Cloud 22 Anselmo-Merna 48, Burwell 43 Arlington 70, Tekamah-Herman 43 Arthur County 68, Potter-Dix 32 Bayard 51, Kimball 35 Bellevue Wes... Read More

High School Wrestling Results

Platteview JV/Girls Results for West Point-Beemer From Friday 12-14 JV 138 Ty Kaup's place is 2nd and has scored 10.0 team points. Round 1 - Ty Kaup (West Point-Beemer) won by fall over Brian Diekmann (Aurora) (Fall 0:26) Round 2 - All... Read More

Creighton Men beat Green Bay

OMAHA, NEB -- Lifted by a 14-2 second half surge, the Creighton men's basketball team defeated Green Bay 86-65 on Friday, Dec. 14. The win moved the Bluejays to 7-3 on the season, while Green Bay fell to 6-5 overall. After giving up the first bu... Read More