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Companies No Longer Claim Trait Control of Western Bean Cutworm

In a sharp pivot from last year, DuPont Pioneer has changed its marketing language to state that Cry1F, the Herculex I Bt trait, no longer protects corn against the western bean cutworm. "All referen... Read More

Inmate Escapes In Saunders County - Armed And Dangerous

Authorities with the Nebraska State Patrol and other law enforcement agencies are urging the public to be on the lookout for an inmate who escaped from a prisoner transport Wednesday in Saunders County. The inmate is 37 year old Eric Scott. Scott ... Read More

CCC earns road sweep of McCook

The Central Volleyball team swept McCook 3-0 on the road Wednesday night. Jacie Laetsch had a team-high 10 kills for the Raiders, who swept the Indians for the second time this season. Central visits North Platte on Thursday for a 6:00 p.m. mat... Read More

ASI Accepting Nominations for Annual Awards

DENVER - "We have brilliant and dedicated people and organizations in the sheep business that do impressive things with sheep production or lamb and wool processing and marketing," said ASI President Mike Corn. "We wanted to test the interest in a ... Read More

(AUDIO) Human Trafficking Survivor Home Expected to open in Sioux City later this year

Lila Mae's House, a home for survivors of Human Trafficking, is expected to open in Sioux City in December. Siouxland Restoration Center Board President Sister Shirley Fineran says the house will be able to hold more women than a lot of other places.... Read More

Kansas Farmers Compete on Soybean Yields, Values

As farmers begin fall harvest, they should think about the annual Kansas Soybean Yield and Value Contests. Entries must be postmarked no later than Dec. 1. Kansas State University (K-State) Extension personnel or a designee must witness the harve... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 2017

  09-20-17 Central Valley Ag Elgin Corn - 304 Beans - 875 Humphrey Corn - 295 Beans - 877 Monroe Corn - 300 Beans - 882 Oakland E. Hub Corn - 295 Beans - 877 Royal Hub Corn - 295 Beans - 877 Wakefield Corn - 293 Beans - 871 West Poi... Read More

Creighton Unveils New CenturyLink Center Omaha Court Design

OMAHA, Neb. - Creighton University today unveiled a new design for the playing court at CenturyLink Center Omaha that will debut in the upcoming 2017-18 season. At first glance, fans will notice the familiar royal blue outline that surrounds the ... Read More

NCGA Supports Funding Increase for MAP, FMD Programs

The National Corn Growers Association praised the introduction today of the CREAATE Act, a bill to increase investment in two federal programs with a proven track record of building global demand for U.S. agricultural products. The bipartisan bill... Read More

Agricultural Education Teachers Receive Awards

LINCOLN, NEB.– The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation is working to keep agricultural educators in Nebraska classrooms by awarding 16 Nebraska agricultural education teachers $14,750 toward their student loans. “All 16 teachers show a continued ... Read More

State Pesticide Regulators Face Hundreds of Dicamba Investigations and 2018 Decisions

ARLINGTON, Va. (DTN) -- State pesticide regulators and departments of agriculture are struggling to manage the workload of hundreds of 2017 dicamba injury investigations as well as looming decisions on how to restrict and manage dicamba use in 2018. ... Read More