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Structure fire reported in rural West Point

A Structure Fire was reported in rural West Point just after 4:00 Friday afternoon. According to Scanner Traffic, a tractor caught fire inside a shed at County Road 18 and P. The Cuming County S... Read More

(Audio) Great Turnout For Foot And Mouth Disease Crisis Tabletop Workshop In West Point

The Nebraska Pork Producers Association with support from the National Pork Board and Nebraska Department of Agriculture invited pork producers, veterinarians, and stakeholders to attend a Foot and Mouth Disease Crisis Tabletop workshop in West Point... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Honors Nebraska’s Pearl Harbor Survivors with Proclamation

LINCOLN – At a ceremony today, Governor Pete Ricketts signed a proclamation marking December 7, 2017, as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day in Nebraska.  Of Nebraska’s four remaining Pearl Harbor survivors, three attended the ceremony: Walter Barsell,... Read More

Natural Resources Districts Now Taking Tree and Shrub Seedling Orders

(Nebraska) Nebraska Association of Resources Districts (NARD) is encouraging landowners to invest in trees this year. The Natural Resources Districts Conservation Tree Program assists property owners with windbreaks and many other benefits every year... Read More

(Audio)  Senator Fischer Stresses Important Of NAFTA To Trump

Senator Deb Fischer met with President Donald Trump yesterday and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross today to stress the importance of NAFTA to Nebraska and agriculture in particular.   “Secretary Ross was very forthcoming today about where ... Read More

(Audio) Wisner Considers Ballot Issue For Water Project

The Wisner City Council this week continued ongoing discussions about a proposed water project that would include a new well, water tower, mains and water lines at a cost of an estimated $4.5-million.   The financing would be through the s... Read More

(Audio) America's Adopt A Soldier Encourages Cards And Letters To Service Members And Veterans

    A program called America's Adopt A Soldier is asking Americans to send in cards or letters before December 18th, to share with the nation's Service Members who are deployed and veterans who are in State Veterans Homes and Hospital... Read More

Jason and Karah Perdue Take Home Nebraska Farm Bureau’s Excellence in Agriculture Award

KEARNEY, NEB. – Jason and Karah Perdue of York were named the recipient of the 2017 Young Farmers and Ranchers Excellence in Agriculture Award. The award was given Dec. 5, at the Membership Recognition luncheon during the Nebraska Farm Bureau Feder... Read More

EPA reaches settlement with energy plant over toxic odors

SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. (AP) _ Federal officials say a company whose northeast Nebraska renewable energy plant was the main contributor to toxic odors that drove some people out of their homes has agreed to a $50,000 settlement. The U.S. Environmen... Read More

Lindsey Stern, Takes Home Nebraska Farm Bureau’s Discussion Meet Competition

KEARNEY, NEB. – Lindsey Stern of Broken Bow, a Custer County Farm Bureau member, was named the winner of the 2017 Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) Discussion Meet competition. The award was given Dec. 5, at the Membership Recognition luncheon ... Read More

WESTCO has good year, but could see challenges

ALLIANCE - The 76th Annual Stockholders’ Meeting of Western Cooperative (WESTCO) was held Monday, Dec. 4, at the Alliance High School Performing Arts Center, with more than 200 people in attendance. Along with celebrating 75 years, WESTCO had it... Read More