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York County Commissioners presented proposed One and Six Year Road & Bridge Plan

YORK, Neb. - The York County Board of Commissioners have been presented the proposed One and Six Year Road and Bridge Plan for future projects in York County. On Tuesday, York County Highway Superi... Read More

Fourth quarter surge pushes Bulldogs into first-place GPAC tie

SEWARD, Neb. – Midland put a scare into the second-ranked Concordia University women’s basketball team with a solid third quarter performance. Once again, it has proven to be a chore to hang with the Bulldogs for a full 40 minutes. Behind All-Am... Read More

Good vibrations continue in defensive masterpiece

SEWARD, Neb. – The good vibrations are pulsating throughout the Concordia University men’s basketball locker room. Its best stretch of basketball this season continued on Wednesday (Jan. 16) with a 66-51 home victory over Midland. The Bulldogs t... Read More

Kansas Farm Bureau receives national awards

NEW ORLEANS  — Kansas Farm Bureau was recognized for the New Horizon award at the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) centennial convention in New Orleans, La., this week. This award is given to states with the most innovative new programs. ... Read More

African Swine Fever Continues to Spread Overseas

Another province in China is now infected with African Swine Fever. A Pork Checkoff report says there are now 24 distinct areas in China that have tested positive for the disease. China is requiring their slaughterhouses to run testing for the vir... Read More

Veterans Move into Central Nebraska Veterans’ Home

JANUARY 16 (KEARNEY, NEB.) — The members of the Grand Island Veterans’ Home moved into their new home at the state-of-the-art Central Nebraska Veterans’ Home (CNVH) in Kearney today. Family, friends, and volunteer moving buddies helped members... Read More

State dismissed from lawsuit over mental patient treatment

Lincoln, Neb. -- The state of Nebraska and its Health and Human Services Department have been dismissed from a lawsuit that alleged the state violated rules and regulations in diagnosing and treating mentally ill patients. A federal judge ruled la... Read More

National Pork Industry Forum to Be Held March 6-8, 2019

DES MOINES, IOWA – Producer delegates from across the United States will gather in Orlando, March 6-8, for the annual National Pork Industry Forum. The 15 producers who serve as members of the National Pork Board and Pork Checkoff staff leadership... Read More

Huskers Put Win Streak On Line Against Spartans

Simply put, an 8-8 record inside Pinnacle Bank Arena wasn’t acceptable in the eyes of Tim Miles. The Nebraska men’s basketball team had christened their new home court in 2013-14 with a 15-1 record, and after tailing off to 10 home victories ... Read More

The Engler Entrepreneurship Journey – Episode 2: TractorMat

*The Rural Radio Network has partnered with the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to share stories of trials and tribulations as part of being an entrepreneur.   The Engler Entrepreneurship Journey:... Read More

ADM CEO says wrong time for 'monster' acquisitions

U.S. grain merchant Archer Daniels Midland Co (ADM) has looked at buying rivals including Bunge Ltd. and dozens of other companies but decided the time is not right for “monster” acquisitions, the company’s chief executive told Reuters. ADM... Read More