Using Starbursts, bracelets and smashed strawberries, Hastings College students gave local children insight into the importance of DNA Friday evening.
GENEVA — A series of programs focused on writing agricultural lease agreements, landlord-tenant relationships, negotiations and conservation practices, especially targeted to a female audience, will be provided in Geneva among other locations in January and February 2023.
A signature agricultural economics program in Bruning, a hands-on farm budgeting workshop in Geneva, and a daylong beef seminar at Clay Center will form the 2022-23 Farmers & Ranchers College series in Tribland.
Throughout its eight-year history, The Lark has provided a space for programming, performances and other events.
COZAD — Hastings, the seventh-ranked tournament team in Class B, won the Cozad wrestling invite with a staggering 231 points Saturday, finishing first among 16 teams competing.
LINCOLN — It wasn't easy but the Nebraska volleyball team advanced to its NCAA-record 38th regional appearance with a 3-1 victory over Kansas Friday night at the Devaney Center.
HAMPTON — The Eagles of Bruning-Davenport/Shickley, ranked fifth in Class D-1 to start, played their season opener against the Hawks of Hampton Friday night on the road.
DONIPHAN — Kelan Buhr promises his Doniphan-Trumbull team has offensive sets to run. The Cardinals just didn't need them Friday night in their season-opening win over Blue Hill.
DONIPHAN — The game came down to the wire.
After a lifetime farming sugar beets, corn and dry edible beans south of Gering, Ted Roth will be selling the farm ground and equipment in December.
Contests for chairmanship of the Legislature's Appropriations Committee and Education Committee are already underway.