Dick Turpin Outdoor Education Memorial Fund established

Dick Turpin Outdoor Education Memorial Fund established

Legendary Nebraska outdoorsman Dick Turpin loved connecting people to the outdoors. Since his passing earlier this year, his family, along with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, have established a way to keep that spirit going. The Dick Turpin Outdoor Education Memorial Fund has been created to support hunter education…
K-State researchers study impact of bison on Flint Hills grasslands

K-State researchers study impact of bison on Flint Hills grasslands

MANHATTAN, Kan. — For many, the Konza Prairie located just south of Manhattan, Kan., has the best nature hiking trails in the Flint Hills, but it also serves as a biological research station and home to nearly 280 bison.   For more than 30 years, Kansas State University researchers have conducted fire…
Daily market commentary

Daily market commentary

Midweek is trying to bring some confidence and risk tolerance back to the market complex. Unfortunately the longer looking trend is still bearish and risk adverse. In the outside equities money flow finally eyed risk assets again as the US dollar index started to form a potential top on the…
Rowse Making Her Mark with the Lopers

Rowse Making Her Mark with the Lopers

By TYLER ELLYSON UNK CommunicationsKEARNEY – Jensen Rowse jokes that she “came out of the womb passing a volleyball.” That’s how long she’s been playing the sport. “I was just like a gym rat growing up, and that’s where I learned to love it,” the University of Nebraska at Kearney…
Grazing for Interseeding

Grazing for Interseeding

Pastures and hay meadows provide higher quality feed, are more productive, and require fewer inputs when they have good forage legumes growing in them. Outside of moisture, nitrogen is often the limiting nutrient in pasture production.  While commercial fertilizer may be a quick and easy option, it’s costly.  Instead, let’s…
UNL scientists propose a novel land classification method for comparative soil studies

UNL scientists propose a novel land classification method for comparative soil studies

In collaboration with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS), Dr. Bijesh Maharjan, Associate Professor & Extension Specialist, Department of Agronomy & Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Dr. Saurav Das, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Agronomy & Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, have been furthering the science of soil health. In…
Semi-school bus crash causes multiple injuries in Chase County

Semi-school bus crash causes multiple injuries in Chase County

Imperial, Neb. -- Multiple injuries were reported in a semi truck-school bus crash Tuesday afternoon in Chase County on Spur 15 Highway between Champion and Imperial. A Chase County Sheriff's Office media release says the Sheriff's Office received a call around 3:57 p.m. regarding a school bus rollover accident involving…
Kearney Catholic Boys Tennis Results

Kearney Catholic Boys Tennis Results

Team StandingsGICC, 26Lexington, 25Gretna, 18Kearney Catholic, 14Adams Central, 4Holdrege, 3 Number one singles, Lexington's Greysen StraussUndefeated on the day Number two singles, Lexington'sNoah Scherr placed 3rd Number one doubles, Lexington'sDru Truax / Christopher Swartz 4-1 on day, 2nd place Number two doubles, Lexington'sMorgan Bailey / Andres Salinas, 4-1 on day