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A New Midge Emerges

The mysterious orange maggots that drilled into soybean stems and killed plants in parts of Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota last summer now have known adult relatives. Entomologists we... Read More

(Audio) Bulldogs topple No. 1 Dakota Wesleyan in national title rematch

Listen to the game here. MITCHELL, S.D. – This wasn’t just an ordinary regular-season game in the middle of December. In a Saturday (Dec. 15) contest that could ultimately help decide the GPAC regular-season title, the third-ranked Concordia ... Read More

Agriculture Can Do the Job

Farmers and ranchers are under increasing pressure to produce more food to feed the world while improving their stewardship of critical land and water resources. Today’s farmers are increasing the amount of organic matter in the soil. With no-ti... Read More

Nebraska Reaches $125,000 Settlement with Ticket Reseller

Lincoln, Neb. -- Attorney General Doug Peterson announced that his office has reached a settlement with Tickets in Time, LLC, Secure Ticket Purchase, LLC, and their owner, John Uhrich (collectively “Tickets in Time”), resolving a consumer protect... Read More

Pinkeye Possibilities Need A Second Look

QUESTION: I bought five heifers at auction, and about five months later, one of them with a white face developed runny eyes. It does not look like pinkeye. We have never had pinkeye on the property in 25 years. Is there some disease that was brought... Read More

Huskers lose in five to Stanford in National Title Match

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - The Nebraska volleyball team fell just short of a second straight national title Saturday night, falling to No. 1 Stanford in a five-set thriller at the Target Center. Nebraska fought off five set points before dropping the fi... Read More

Lt. Gov. Foley honors Kearney's economic growth

CITY EARNS CONTINUED RECOGNITION AS AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CERTIFIED COMMUNITY December 12, 2018 (LINCOLN, NEB.) – This week, Lieutenant Governor Mike Foley honored City of Kearney officials for their ongoing work in economic development on be... Read More

EU-JAPAN TRADE AGREEMENT RATIFIED BY EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

The European Union parliament this week approved the EU-Japan trade agreement. The agreement removes tariffs on 97 percent of European exports, with agriculture exports seeing significant tariff reductions. The pact will enter into force Feb. 1, 2019... Read More

Game and Parks suggests tips for safe ice-fishing

LINCOLN, Neb. – Stay safe on the ice this winter while enjoying a day of ice-fishing. Follow these tips from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission for safety on the ice: -- The minimum ice thickness for supporting one person is at least 4 inche... Read More

An Old-Fashioned Lesson

After many years spent working in and teaching about commodity markets, I don't ever recall equating my job to the way a country minister might talk to his congregation. Not until recently, that is, after an interesting experience at this year's DTN ... Read More

(Audio) York silenced at home by Huskies

YORK - Aurora swept both games Friday night in the first meetings between the Dukes and Huskies. The Aurora girls (1-4) won, 41-35 and the Husky boys (5-0) dominated York (3-1), 63-42. It was the first win of the season for the Aurora girls basket... Read More