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Senator Hansen's Weekly Column

Greetings from the Capitol as we end the third week of the 2020 Legislative session.  Sixty new measures were introduced Thursday, January 23rd, the final day to introduce bills this session bringing... Read More

Northeast to offer three Adult Education Classes at South Sioux City Campus

SOUTH SIOUX CITY - Northeast Community College in South Sioux City has scheduled a class that will introduce students to a fun way to keep fit. Zumba! (HPER 5115/20S & CRN #70022) meets Tuesdays, February 4-25, from 5:30-6:15 p.m., in the Sout... Read More

2020 Women in Agriculture

During the month of January we are featuring some amazing women in agriculture.  Click on the links below to learn more about each woman. Anne Meis: Kimberly Ford: Joan Ruskamp: Kalli Nelms: Angela Minary-Henne: Ama... Read More

Adrian Smith Files for Re-Election to Third District Congressional Seat

Congressman Adrian Smith has announced that this week he filed for re-election, seeking his 8th term in Congress. The Gering native says working on behalf of Nebraska's 3rd District, he will continue to fight for common sense solutions and conserv... Read More

Wind, Solar Power Expected be 50% of Tri-State G&T Production by 2024

It won't be long before many electricity consumers in the Nebraska Panhandle and eastern Wyoming could be getting a majority of their power from solar and wind generation. Tri-State Generation and Transmission last week disclosed details of their ... Read More

Sen. Bostelman Introduces Flood Task Force Bill

Lincoln - This week, Sen. Bruce Bostelman of Brainard introduced LB1201, a bill that aims at identifying existing resources that communities can use in response to flood events and evaluating floodwater management issues.   "Nebraskans in Distric... Read More

Meteorologist create weather initiative for agriculture producers

Weather, it can be a formidable force and not always a good one for agriculture. The National Weather Service in Cheyenne, Wyo. now has a team of meteorologists looking to change weather’s impact on agriculture with the “Farming and Ranching C... Read More

(AUDIO) Nebraska Author to be in Bancroft on Sunday

The Neihardt Center in Bancroft is having their monthly Sunday at the Museum Program this Sunday. Executive Director Marianne Reynolds says the program is based on a book by a Nebraska Author. Reynolds has the details. Reynolds says the... Read More

NE Politicians: Ag Producers Win with New Trump Admin. Navigable Waters Rule

Nebraska's politicians are applauding President Trump's latest move to rein in the Obama-era regulations under the 2015 Waters of the United States rule. Last October, the President announced the repeal of his predecessor's WOTUS rule, and Thursda... Read More

West Point Snow Amounts Heavier Than Predicted

The National Weather Service had been predicting 1 to 2 inches of snow through Thursday in eastern Nebraska. West Point was to have gotten under an inch. But by 7:45 Thursday morning, West Point to Norfolk commuters encountered heavier snow, wi... Read More

Winter Weather Advisory

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Omaha/Valley NE 328 AM CST Thu Jan 23 2020 Light snow will redevelop across the area today. Treacherous travel is anticipated at times. Knox-Antelope-Pierce-Wayne-Boone-Madison-Stanton-... Read More