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Ricketts: Bound to be Some Growing Pains in Fledgling Nebraska Hemp Industry

Nebraska's Governor says the state's ability to help the fledgling industrial hemp sector is limited to the current system of approval of pilot projects and associated permits, and there's not too muc... Read More

(AUDIO) Dollar Fresh Ribbon Cutting and opening of store held Tuesday

A ribbon cutting was held for the first day of business at Dollar Fresh in West Point on Tuesday. KTIC's own JD Gibbs was on hand at the store this morning, and had a chance to interview Store Director Vince Knight. Click here to li... Read More

Adams County Farm Bureau Couple Take Home Nebraska Farm Bureau’s  Young Farmers and Ranchers Achievement Award

Tyler and Alysha Ramsey of Adams County Farm Bureau were honored as Nebraska Farm Bureau's 2019 Young Farmers and Ranchers Achievement in Agriculture award winners at Nebraska Farm Bureau’s 102nd Annual Convention Tues., Dec. 10 at the Younes Confe... Read More

Brady Revels Takes Home Nebraska Farm Bureau’s Discussion Meet Competition

KEARNEY, NEB. – Douglas County Farm Bureau member, Brady Revels of Omaha is the winner of the 2019 Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) Discussion Meet competition. The award was announced Dec. 10, at the “We Love Our Members” luncheon during ... Read More

Nebraska Farm Bureau President Praises Disaster Recovery Efforts, Says Excess Tax Revenues Must Go to Property Tax Relief

KEARNEY, NEB. – In his annual address at the Nebraska Farm Bureau Annual Meeting and Convention, Nebraska Farm Bureau President Steve Nelson praised the efforts of Nebraskans, especially Farm Bureau members and their neighbors who rallied together... Read More

Collegiate Farm Bureau at 2019 conference

KEARNEY, Neb. – Four members of Collegiate Farm Bureau from the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis got a glimpse of member advocacy and policy development at a state convention in Kearney this week. This was my first time experi... Read More

(AUDIO) P2T Funding, No School/Practice Policy discussed at WPB School Board Meeting

P2T Funding was once again a discussion item at Monday night's West Point-Beemer School Board Meeting. Superintendent Bill McAllister. McAllister says the equity fee would be up to $20,000. Any remaining deficit would be divided by each dis... Read More

Nebraska Governor Increasingly Frustrated with Inaction on USMCA Trade Pact

Nebraska's Governor says it's been a rough year for agriculture in the state, but there is one gift the nation's leaders could give producers before the end of the year, and that's passage of the United States - Mexico - Canada trade agreement. Pe... Read More

NSEA's Benson: Nebraska Education Facing Numerous Challenges

The president of the Nebraska State Education Association made a swing through the western part of the state late last week, meeting with rural school representatives to hear their concerns about issues facing their districts. One area of concern ... Read More

Late Starts For Schools Due To Blowing Snow

Many school districts in northeast Nebraska are starting classes late due to the blowing snow and low visibility.  Check the weather tab for the latest weather announcements....... Read More

Troopers, Deputies Arrest Man Following Multi-County Pursuit

DECEMBER 5, 2019 (LINCOLN, NEB.)  — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP), working with the Seward and York County Sheriff’s Offices, arrested a Wisconsin man following a pursuit Thursday. At approximately 2:40 p.m., NSP was informed t... Read More