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Storm Chasers drop series finale at Round Rock

The Omaha Storm Chasers lost 2-1 at Round Rock Tuesday night. The Storm Chasers dropped three of four in the series. Omaha is off on Wednesday before starting a four-game road series at Oklahoma... Read More

(AUDIO) BRLD Football ready for year two of co-op and 11-man

Team: Bancroft-Rosalie-Lyons-Decatur Mascot: Wolverines Colors: Blue and Gold Class: C-2 Head Coach: Dan Maresh 2016 record: 3-6 Returning Starters: 7 offense 6 defense The BRLD Football team returns 7 starters on offense and 6 o... Read More

EPA Announces Innovative Research in Kansas, Nebraska to Address State Environmental Issues

(Lenexa, Kan., August 22, 2017) - Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced research projects addressing priority environmental and human health problems in 14 states through partnerships between EPA’s research office, region... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR TUESDAY AUGUST 22, 2017

  08-22-17 Central Valley Ag Elgin Corn - 313 Beans - 842 Humphrey Corn - 302 Beans - 845 Monroe Corn - 302 Beans - 848 Oakland E. Hub Corn - 302 Beans - 845 Royal Hub Corn - 302 Beans - 845 Wakefield Corn - 300 Beans - 839 West Poi... Read More

Nebraska Delegation to Focus on Farm Bill at Upcoming Listening Session

LINCOLN, NEB. – All five members of Nebraska’s congressional delegation will take part in an upcoming farm bill listening session hosted by several Nebraska agricultural organizations. The Nebraska Agriculture Farm Bill Listening Session will be ... Read More

National Young Farmers Coalition’s Lindsey Shute receives Eating Well Magazine’s 2017 American Food Heroes Award

HUDSON, NY – Aug. 22 – Lindsey Lusher Shute, the Co-founder and Executive Director of the National Young Farmers Coalition (NYFC), has been named one of EatingWell magazine’s top ten 2017 American Food Heroes for her work supporting young ... Read More

Macie Wippel Ag Educator attends CASE Conference and Develops Soybean Classroom Curriculum

(FAIRBANKS, ALASKA) – Macie Wippel has completed a STEM based CASE (Curriculum for AgriScience Education) training the past two weeks in Fairbanks, Alaska on Natural Resources and Ecology.  Through a Nebraska FFA Foundation scholarship, funded by ... Read More

EU Probes Bayer's Planned Buyout of Monsanto

The European Union's anti-trust watchdog said Tuesday that it has launched a probe into German chemical maker Bayer's planned acquisition of U.S. seed and weed-killer company Monsanto. The European Commission, which polices competition in Europe, sa... Read More

GRASSLAND STUDIES FALL SEMINAR SERIES BEGINS AUG. 28

Lincoln, Nebraska, Aug. 22, 2017 – The 23rd annual fall seminar series offered by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Center for Grassland Studies will include 12 lectures on topics related to grasslands, including what drives profits, fitting p... Read More

Woman pleads guilty to stealing from Pender manufacturer

PENDER, Neb. (AP) _ A woman has pleaded guilty to stealing from her employer in Pender. Court records say 36-year-old Hollie Koopman is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 4 on one misdemeanor and two felony counts of theft, which occurred from 2009... Read More

Poll shows many rural Nebraskans skirt local grocery stores

Lincoln, Nebraska, Aug. 22, 2017 – Nearly half of rural Nebraskans are bypassing their local grocery stores to buy their food at supercenters and supermarkets, according to the 2017 Nebraska Rural Poll. Local grocery stores maintain market sha... Read More