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The Tuesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Kyle Bumsted of Allendale

Quarterly grain stocks report out on Wednesday Yields are coming in better than expected What do we do with grain coming off the combine? China is set to go on holiday Hogs went up fas... Read More

Peterson Farm Bros, Pioneer team up to raise money for National FFA

The Peterson Farm Bros have teamed up with Pioneer to raise money for the National FFA Organization while promoting research and development in the corn industry. The YouTube trio sensation recently released their newest video, “Corn Revolution,... Read More

Jacobo upgraded to NAIA National Player of Week

SEWARD, Neb. – Named GPAC Offensive Player of the Week earlier in the morning, sophomore Moises Jacobo has also been awarded the NAIA National Offensive Player of the Week award. The announcement came from the NAIA National Office on Tuesday (Sept... Read More

Trends of COVID-19 Cases in Southwest Nebraska

Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD) has 32 new cases of COVID-19 reported  September 21st to September 28th at noon.  A breakout by county includes:  Chase – 3; Frontier – 1; Furnas –2; Keith – 3; Perkins – 1; Red Will... Read More

USDA: 90 percent of corn, soybeans produced are generically engineered

The Department of Agriculture says more than 90 percent of U.S. corn and soybeans are produced using genetically engineered seeds. Through an annual report on GE planted crops, USDA’s Economic Research Service says most of these GE seeds are her... Read More

Three Bulldogs earn GPAC weekly awards

Jacobo, Simonetti make for sweep of GPAC weekly honors  The Concordia University Men’s Soccer program has swept conference weekly awards. On Tuesday (Sept. 29), the league named sophomore Moises Jacobo the GPAC/Hauff Mid-America Sports Offensiv... Read More

More Than 25 Nebraska Volunteers Assisting with Red Cross Disaster Responses Across the U.S.

  OMAHA, NEBRASKA – SEPTEMBER 28, 2020 — The American Red Cross is responding to multiple massive disasters across the country, including wildfires on the West Coast and hurricanes on the Gulf Coast. Trained disaster workers are provi... Read More

XtendFlex soybeans gain final approval

Bayer's XtendFlex soybeans are now ready for a full commercial launch in the U.S. and Canada in 2021, after a long-awaited import approval came through from the EU on Monday. DTN reports that the soybean variety tolerates over-the-top applications... Read More

A Century of Entertainment, Illuminated: Lt. Gov. Foley Celebrates State, Local Investments in Gothenburg’s Sun Theatre

  Local businesses, Chamber of Commerce and State of Nebraska Tourism Grant combine to upgrade theatre’s aesthetics and accessibility.   September 28, 2020 (LINCOLN, NEB.) –  Local leaders who stopped by Gothenburg’s 111-year-old Sun T... Read More

Grand Island to host livestock show in place of National Western Stock Show

A Grand Island group is working to provide youth an opportunity to showcase their cattle following the cancelation of one the largest livestock shows in the county. The Grand Island Livestock Complex Authority, Grand Island Mayor Roger Steele, and... Read More

Children Invited To Imagine & Explore at October 3 Transportation Celebration

LEXINGTON – Kids’ imaginations will have a chance to soar on Saturday, October 3, at the Orthman Community YMCA’s Transportation Celebration event. More than 30 trucks and vehicles will park at the Lexington airport that day for kids to clim... Read More