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A multi-disciplinary team of researchers at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will research the impact of cover crops and grazing on soil health and system economics. The project is funded by a $74... Read More

Class C Area State Track Results from Friday

Class C 3200 M Relay Finals Girls 9th- Tekamah-Herman- 10:23.34 Gabby Mercier, Elizabeth Glup, Halle Olsen, Marin Jetensky Boys 15th- Logan View- 8:38.21 Joel Moeller, Alex VonSeggern, Luis Hernandez-Jiminez, Jacob Polk 100 M Hurdles Prelim... Read More

Northeast to offer classes at Norfolk Campus in early June

Northeast Community College in Norfolk will offer more classes in early June. Find out more information below:   NORFOLK - The Allied Health Division at Northeast Community College will offer another Heart Code - BLS for Healthcare Provide... Read More

Friday Five: Top Stories in Agriculture (May 18, 2018)

Bryce Doeschot and Alex Voichoskie host this week's Friday Five from the Nebraska Soybean Board  Studio, where they recap five agriculture headline stories from the week. STORIES 5. The USDA Weekly Crop Progress report indicated nationally... Read More

Class B and D Area State Track Results from Friday

GIRLS 100 M Hurdles Prelims Class D Kaegan Held- Clarkson/Leigh- 16.46- DNQ Kaylee Boyle- Scribner-Snyder- 16.55- DNQ 100 M Dash Prelims Class D Emily Loseke- Clarkson/Leigh- 13.18- DNQ 400 M Dash Prelims Class D Greta Vering- Guardian ... Read More

House Fails to Pass Farm Bill

This morning the House Farm Bill Failed on a vote of  198-213.  30 Republicans voted against the Farm Bill.  House Speaker Paul Ryan has asked for a re-vote on the farm bill. The Vote has been postponed.   This is the second time since June 2013... Read More

China retreats from U.S. sorghum probe amid global market havoc

BEIJING (Reuters) - China dropped its anti-dumping probe into imports of U.S. sorghum on Friday, beating a hasty retreat from a dispute that wreaked chaos across the global grain market and raised concerns about rising costs and financial damage at h... Read More

China Looking to Russia for Soybeans

The world’s biggest importer of soybeans, China, almost tripled soybean purchases from Russia amid a growing trade dispute with the U.S. A Bloomberg report says Russia sold approximately 850,000 metric tons over the most recent twelve-month seas... Read More

Culver’s Raises Over $100,000 for Local Ag Education

A $1 scoop of frozen custard at Culver’s recently went a long way in supporting local agricultural education at various Culver’s restaurants. Culver’s recent “Scoops of Thanks Day” at 650 restaurants around the country involved customers... Read More

Rural Lyons Woman Had Filed For Protection Order

At last report, 34-year-old Megan Cameron remained in critical condition following a shooting at her rural Lyons home.     The Burt County Sheriff's Office reports receiving a call just before 10 p.m. Wednesday night and when they ... Read More

Phase Two At American Veterans Park In West Point Gets Underway Today

Six tablets will arrive in West Point Friday afternoon and will be put in place at the American Veterans Park. They'll represent each branch of the military and the POW/MIAs.   It marks the beginning of phase two of the park project. &n... Read More