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Release Courtesy University of Nebraska at Kearney Communications By TODD GOTTULA UNK Communications KEARNEY – Exciting. Remarkable. Impressive. Amazing. Overdue. Those words were said repeatedly by people in attendance Monday when the... Read More
By Mike Spataro, Associate News Director HASTINGS - The City of Hastings has picked Adam Story as the next Chief of Police for the Hastings Police Department. Story, a Police Captain for 10 years at the HPD, was the only local, in house candidate. M... Read More
By Kaleb Henry, Executive News Director Governor Pete Ricketts announced this morning that the Nebraska Department of Agriculture has signed letters of intent with nine soybean processing companies in Bulgaria to promote the use of Nebraska-grown ... Read More
Courtesy of Nebraska Radio Network Business experts predict holiday sales will increase 4% over last year. There are more than 151,000 small businesses in Nebraska that are banking on that outcome. Small business expert Chris Woodyard says ther... Read More
By Ryan Dahlgren, Associate News Director As allegations of sexual misconduct have continued to pile up against Alabama Senate hopeful Roy Moore, many party members have urged him to step aside. Now included on that list are both of Nebraska's ... Read More
By Kaleb Henry, Executive News Director A Kearney teacher has been named the 2017 Nebraska High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year. Lerrin Rowe of Kearney High school says, “I give each of the weekdays a theme, and on that day we f... Read More
Courtesy of the Nebraska Radio Network  Multiple Nebraska cattle producers report animals dying in the fields -- from overeating. Many producers have acres of downed corn due to last month's high winds. U-N-L beef specialist Mary Drewnoski say... Read More
By Ryan Dahlgren, Associate News Director With the holiday season beginning to pick up steam and the largest shopping day in America just a week out, it’s important to know which places to go and when to do so. The Walmart of Kearney’s busi... Read More
Courtesy of the Nebraska Radio Network Congressman Adrian Smith calls House passage of the 1-point-5 Trillion dollar tax bill a historic step toward the first comprehensive tax reform measure in 30 years. Smith believes the measure approved... Read More
By Ryan Dahlgren, Associate News Director  The amount of money Nebraska will or will not collect from taxes is up in the air. That from state officials. The reason behind much of this uncertainty is due to how Nebraska’s tax system is struct... Read More
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