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2015 brings Nebraska political changes

Nebraska’s political landscape is about to change drastically starting in 2015. — Full Story »
 

Ballots out for director on Nebraska Soybean Board

LINCOLN — Ballots were mailed Friday to soybean producers in Adams, Buffalo, Clay, Franklin, Hall, Kearney, Nuckolls and Webster counties to elect the District 7 director on the Nebraska Soybean Board for a three-year term starting Oct. 1. — Full Story »
 

Elm Creek's Bauer learns food future lessons at 4-H Ag Innovators Experience

ELM CREEK — If there are solutions to world hunger, 17-year-old Justine Bauer of Elm Creek says it will be up to her generation to find them. — Full Story »
 

Benefits of rain reduced by damaging hail storms

LINCOLN — The benefits of an inch or more of rain across much of Nebraska last week were tempered by hail-producing storms that damaged crops in central and southern areas, according to the Nebraska field office of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. — Full Story »
 

Keystone XL opponents to march in Nebraska

LINCOLN (AP) - Nebraska opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline will participate in a walk across the nation to draw attention to climate change. Dozens of Nebraskans are expected to join the Great March for Climate Action on Saturday for a portion of the 3,000-mile walk from Los Angeles to Washington.  — Full Story »
 
 

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