The Hastings Tribune
Faces of Tribland: Beth Janning
Growing up on a farm, Beth Janning always knew she loved animals. The family had dairy cattle and hogs in addition to growing row crops.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln wins obesity grant
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has won an $11.3 million grant to establish a research center focused on understanding nutrition and obesity at the molecular level.
Cargill Pledges $1 Million To The New "Raising Nebraska" Program
CARGILL PLEDGES $1 MILLION TO THE NEW "RAISING NEBRASKA" PROGRAM Aug. 26, 2014 Source: Cargill news release With a major presence in Nebraska, Cargill has become the title sponsor of Raising Nebraska, pledging $1 million dollars over five years.
The Paducah Sun Online Edition
Kentucky's efforts to encourage entrepreneurship are paying off, evidenced by the commonwealth climbing a remarkable 45 places in just the past year in a national ranking.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
North Platte Bulletin
Cambridge woman receives White House honor
When Desiree Wineland of Cambridge found out she was to be honored by the White House as a Future of American Agriculture Champions of Change, she said she was humbled by the award.
Custer County Chief
Rural Nebraskans' Optimism Up This Year
Fifty percent of poll respondents said they were better off this year than five years ago, up from 42 percent last year.
Eng Symposium To Explore Innovative Practices In Cow-Calf Systems
CALF SYSTEMS Aug. 25, 2014 Source: Eng Foundation news release Exploring expansion of cattle herds will be discussed at the 2014 Kenneth and Caroline McDonald Eng Foundation Symposium, scheduled Sept.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Big Red Welcome kicks off UNL's school year
By: Lauren Fabrizi email@example.com Thousands of students filled the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's campus Sunday for the Big Red Welcome festival.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
North Platte Bulletin
Nebraska State Fair caps 4-H season
Visitors to the Nebraska State Fair Aug. 22-Sept. 1 at Fonner Park in Grand Island can view more than 10,000 4-H exhibits from 2,500 exhibitors across the state, representing all 93 Nebraska counties.
Iowa State University
Partnership Creates Plant Science App for Teachers, Students
"The Journey of a Gene" is the product of a partnership between Iowa State University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln .
5 free things to do in Lincoln, Nebraska
Lincoln may be famous for Husker football, but Nebraska's capital city also welcomes visitors with free attractions for history buffs and families on a budget.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
KOTA-TV Rapid City
Nebraska State Fair opens Friday with new exhibits
Nebraska State Fair organizers say they'll be ready for the crowd Friday with a variety of entertainment options, plenty of food on a stick and hundreds of volunteers when the event opens.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Ohio ranks poorly in national entrepreneurship rankings
Despite improvements across many economic sectors, Ohio still lags in its entrepreneurial environment.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Nebraska's First Certified French Court Interpreter to be Sworn-in
Ms. Frederique Sevet-Collier, Lincoln, is the first French interpreter to have successfully completed requirements to become a Nebraska Certified Court Interpreter.
Tickets to Lied Center's 25th Anniversary Season Now On Sale
Single tickets for performances during the Lied Center for Performing Arts' 25th anniversary season are now on sale to the public.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Multimillion-Dollar Grant Helps Researchers Shed Light on Ultrafast Dynamics
Kansas State University physicists and computer scientists are involved in a collaborative project to understand a long-lasting mystery: how light interacts with matter.
Keep squirrels out of bird feeders, speaker at garden club meeting...
OUTSMART SQUIRRELS: Eastern grey, fox, red and southern flying squirrels often gobble up seeds and other kinds of bird food set out in bird feeders.
North Platte Bulletin
Advice for wheat production challenges
Wheat growers in western Nebraska face several serious challenges: Wheat stem sawfly.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
UNL Student Protests for Workers Rights in the Dominican Republic
A University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Political Science and Global Studies student spent the last few weeks of her summer learning about the conditions of workers at a Xerox call center in the Dominican Republic.
UNL classes help people start food businesses
Entrepreneurs who want to turn their recipes into businesses can get help from experts at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.