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Farmers' Markets for those buying locally produced products

    Lincoln, Neb. Aug. 7, 2020- Farmers' Markets where consumers with strong preference for local variety, are competitive with other forms of food retail. Starting in the mid-2000s... Read More

Rural Futures fellows’ work empowers rural communities

  For Savannah Gerlach of Beatrice, growing up in a small town made her aware of the possibilities and power rural communities have in Nebraska. Gerlach, one of 17 fellows this summer for the Rural Futures Institute, is learning how to kee... Read More

Nebraska Statement On Big Ten Decision

Following the Big Ten's decision to choose to try to move Fall sports to the spring. UNL issued this statement about the vote today (Tuesday). Statement by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green,  University of Nebraska System Pre... Read More

Big Ten postpones fall sports to the spring

ROSEMONT, Ill. – The Big Ten Conference announced the postponement of the 2020-21 fall sports season, including all regular-season contests and Big Ten Championships and Tournaments, due to ongoing health and safety concerns related to the COVID-... Read More

Lawmakers Amend, Advance Tax Package to Final Round

A bill combining several major tax proposals advanced to the final round of debate Aug. 11 after a successful cloture motion. LB1107, introduced by Norfolk Sen. Jim Scheer, would create a new business tax incentive program, the ImagiNE Nebraska Ac... Read More

Nebraska police fatally shoot man accused of having knife

Grand Island, Neb.  -- Police in south-central Nebraska say officers fatally shot a man who charged at them with a knife. Grand Island police say in a news release that the shooting happened near midnight Monday, when officers were called to a ho... Read More

American Rivers Conference Postpones Select Fall Sports

LINCOLN, Neb. – Due to last week's NCAA Board of Governors announcement, the American Rivers Conference Presidents Council has announced the postponement of four sports from the fall to the spring semester. Those sports are football, women's and me... Read More

West Nile Virus Curiously Not Detected Yet in Nebraska This Year

A common scourge this time of year, West Nile Virus, has yet to be detected in Nebraska, something public health officials say is very unusual as we approach mid-August. According to data collected by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human se... Read More

August WASDE Preview

The August World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, or WASDE, is set to be released on Wednesday. There has been a lot of anticipation building up to the August WASDE. The 2020 corn and soybean crop was given a great start. In additi... 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

Law enforcement seeking information about hit & run accident

Minden, Neb. -- The Kearney County Sheriff's Office and the Nebraska State Patrol are investigating a hit and run accident that occurred in the southbound lane of Highway 44 between approximately 5 a.m. and 5:15 a.m. today, Tuesday, August 11. The... Read More