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(VIDEO) Experience new ziplining, free-falling activities for all ages at Mahoney State Park

If you’re looking for something to do to round out your summer, go ape! Go Ape!, a national ziplining and adventure park company, recently opened two new additions to the Treetop Adventure course... Read More

Gering Schools Foundation receives a $2,000 grant for FFA start-up

Gering Schools Foundation received a $2,000 grant for a new FFA Chapter. The grant is provided through Farm Credit Services of America’s (FCSAmerica) Working Here Fund. Gering High School continues to expand their agriculture education program f... Read More

August 10, 2020: Derecho Brings Widespread Wind Damage

A well-organized and long-lived complex of storms produced widespread severe wind damage across Iowa, northern Illinois, and northern Indiana during the day on Monday, August 10. Much of this severe wind was significant (75+ mph winds) resulting in m... Read More

(AUDIO) Howells-Dodge Prepared to Start School

Howells-Dodge Schools will begin classes this Thursday, August 13. Superintendent Mark Ernst says they will be using a four-tiered system to determine the health levels. Superintendent Ernst explains some of the health and safety protocols ... Read More

AUDIO: Marshall Land Brokers And Auctioneers Recognized As One Of The Top Land Brokerage In The US

Marshall Land Brokers and Auctioneers of  Nebraska were recently recognized nationally as one of the top land brokers and auction houses in the country. The national publication, "The Land Report", recognized Marshall Land Brokers and Auctioneers... Read More

(AUDIO) Oakland-Craig to Begin Classes This Week

Many area schools begin the fall semester this week. Oakland-Craig Superintendent Jeff Smith says they start next Thursday comments on beginning the year. Smith says they will be using a risk dial. Smith has this message for parents and... Read More

Rep. Fortenberry signs onto bill that could offer $500 million to fairs

Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry has signed on to a bill that could help fairgrounds survive the pandemic. The Agricultural Fairs Rescue Act (H.R. 7883) has bipartisan support and has been introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives to ... Read More

(AUDIO) NECC Prepares to Start Fall Semester

Northeast Community College in Norfolk will begin its fall semester on Monday, August 17th. NECC President Leah Barrett explains how that will work. Barrett goes over some of the steps and measures they've taken to help reduce the risk and spr... Read More

Analysis: 38 Nebraska farms file bankruptcy over one year period

Nebraska saw the second most farm bankruptcies in the nation from June 2019 to June 2020.  Wisconsin led the county with 69 filings, followed by 38 in Nebraska. An analysis from the American Farm Bureau Federation shows that bankruptcies nationwi... Read More

Biehl-Owens named KRVN Market Manager

Amy Biehl-Owens has been named Market Manager for the Lexington-based Nebraska Rural Radio Association (NRRA) stations,  KRVN AM, 93.1 The River and KAMI. Association Chief Executive Officer Tim Marshall made the announcement on Tuesday morning.... Read More

(AUDIO) Nebraska breakaway roping talent to compete professionally at Buffalo Bill Rodeo

Accomplished cowgirls have been able to barrel race professionally for decades. Now, they have the chance to compete at the professional level with a rope in their hands. North Platte, Nebraska, cowgirl Bailey Brown will be capitalizing on th... Read More