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Meet the 2020 Class of Young Cattlemen's Conference

Nebraska Cattlemen announced the 2020 class of the Young Cattlemen’s Conference (YCC). YCC nominees were accepted from throughout the state and selected by a committee to participate in the two-year... Read More

Inmate death at the Nebraska State Penitentiary

Lincoln, Neb. -- The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services says in a news release that an inmate in the Nebraska State Peniteniary has died. Officials say 57 year old Amos Loyd died just before 5 p.m. Monday. Officials say the cause of Amos... Read More

The Tuesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Mike Zuzolo of Global Commodity Analytics

Nice to have green on the screen even with bad trade news.  Weekly crop progress report. Kansas Wheat condition.    the corn market analysis going into next week & beyond. Lower U.S. dollar, Global plantings.  Propane shortages continue with... Read More

U.S. Attorney's Office hosts roundtable on sexual harassment in housing

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Nebraska and the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division hosted a roundtable Tuesday for community organizations to discuss the problem of sexual harassment in housing, U.S. Attorney Joe Kelly a... Read More

Tobacco Cessation Week November 18-22

The week of November 18-22, Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD), the Nebraska Tobacco Quitline and other partners across the state are teaming up for Cessation Week. This week focuses on encouraging Nebraskans to quit tobacco and pro... Read More

Shortage of sugar could see imports from Mexico

The sugar market could be facing a shortage next year, as an early freeze and wetter conditions than usual have ruined some of this year’s crop.  On Friday, Nov. 15, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that it fully intends to take app... Read More

Blackshirts Looking to “Change the Script”

The Nebraska football team continued preparations for Saturday's matchup with Maryland by practicing for just over two hours on Tuesday inside Memorial Stadium on the Tom Osborne Field. Defensive Coordinator Erik Chinander addressed the media fo... Read More

York Unified Varsity Bowling Team Wins Home Meet

YORK- The York Duke Unified Bowling team hosted a meet yesterday and came away with a victory. The varsity team took home the title with a pin count of 922. They will be in action again on Saturday, November 23rd in Norfolk with the invite taking pla... Read More

Former bank employee sentenced for theft

Omaha, Neb. --  A woman accused of stealing from the bank she was working for in Fremont has been given 12 months and a day in prison. Prosecutors say 34-year-old Erica File was sentenced Monday in Omaha for theft by a bank employee. She also was... Read More

Napier earns third first team award; eight Bulldogs honored by GPAC

SEWARD, Neb. – Standout linebacker Lane Napier is now 3-for-3 in terms of collecting first team all-conference awards. The GPAC’s leading tackler for the second year in a row, Napier landed on the 2019 All-GPAC first team as one of eight players... Read More

Senator Fischer Leads Ag State Colleagues in Calling on EPA to Provide Clarity on Biogenic Carbon Emissions

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.), a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, led 17 of her colleagues from agriculture states in signing a bipartisan letter calling on Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andre... Read More