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Black farmers in the U.S. lost more than 300 billion dollars worth of land in the 20th century, according to a new study.Nebraska Public Media
University of Nebraska at Kearney women's head basketball coach Carrie Eighmey is married to her assistant coach Devin Eighmey. The two talk about working together on and off the court, as well as the impact of Title IX legislation on women's athletics.Nebraska Public Media
Sermon: " Real Wisdom –Wisdom in Church “ - Pastor Sean Dougherty. The morning sermon of First Baptist Church of Kearney, Nebraska.
Hebrews 11:1-16Paul Gardner
There's a lot you can do to keep pests and diseases at bay when planting new trees around your home landscape. University of Nebraska Plant Pathology Department Head Loren Gielser says, you’ll want to pay particular attention to disease resistant varieties when purchasing a tree.Nebraska Extension
This week, Greg, Todd, and Jon discuss Jon’s recent neck procedure (he’s probably fine) and sounds that sound a lot like a dog throwing up on the kitchen floor (she didn’t). The Husker baseball team did not take care of business this past weekend at Minnesota, and it was the Gophers’ first conference series win in three years. So now Nebraska needs…
Mike Patterson and Z Long look at the brackets for the Class A & B Nebraska state baseball tournaments. This year's tournaments will all be played in the Omaha metro. Support the show: https://www.omaha.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Omaha World-Herald
With the weather warming up across Nebraska, we’re excited to start making plans for the summer because there’s always a lot to do around North Platte. One of those events that we always try to make is the Miss Nebraska Scholarship Competition. The talented ladies that work so hard to prepare for the competition are always so impressive and make us…
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Ezekiel 37:1-14. I'm greatly indebted to Dr. Tim Keller for much of the material in this sermon.
The Niskíthe Prayer Camp – the group who protested the city’s sale of the area for redevelopment, which sits next to their prayer grounds and sweat lodges – marched from Wilderness Park to Lincoln City Hall on Wednesday.Nebraska Public Media
Issues including abortion, inflation and ballot issues are likely to influence voter turnout and behavior in November, according to Creighton University Political Science Professor Rick Witmer.Nebraska Public Media
Sermon: " Real Wisdom –Wisdom in Church “ - Pastor Sean Dougherty. The morning worship service of First Baptist Church of Kearney, Nebraska.
A new analysis from the Environmental Working Group finds that taxpayers fronted nearly $40 billion in crop insurance premiums over a 20-year period. The advocacy group expects that number to increase as climate change worsens.Nebraska Public Media
Corn, soy, and wheat make up about 70% of Midwestern farmland. But as the planet heats up, scientists are developing new crops to replace them. Plants that can survive – and thrive – in a changing climate. There's one crop that some scientists and farmers think could be the grain of the future.Nebraska Public Media
Stress is not only a serious problem for people, it can also affect embryo loss in cows. Nebraska Extension Cattle Reproductive Physiologist Rick Funston talks about minimizing pregnancy loss in cows by reducing stress.Nebraska Extension
Keeping your vegetable garden well watered is critical to a good harvest in the fall. Nebraska Extension Educator John Porter talks about good watering practices for your home garden.Nebraska Extension
Blister beetles in your forage can be a major problem, especially for horses. Nebraska Extension Educator Dave Boxler talks about blister beetles and how you can control themNebraska Extension
Rabbits can, and will, eat just about any tender plant, so they are naturally drawn in by home gardens. Nebraska Extension Wildlife Specialist Dennis Ferraro offers a few tips to control rabbits in your home landscape.Nebraska Extension
If you’re noticing small cone like structures in your shrubs and trees this spring, you might have bagworms. Nebraska Extension Entomologist Jody Green says now is the perfect time to scout around and destroy the bags before a bigger problem emerges in the spring.Nebraska Extension
A long list of water projects along with limited supplies and labor poses inflationary pressures.Nebraska Public Media
Now that the primary election is in the rear view mirror, we can answer a question that Nebraska Public Media News asked a few weeks ago: How many votes does it take to win the governor’s seat?Nebraska Public Media
Saving your ranch or farm from wildfires might come down to a few simple strategies and making a priority list. Nebraska Extension Educator Randy Saner talks about what farmers should prepare for in case of wildfires.Nebraska Extension
Now that the primary election are over and the dust has settled, Nebraska Public Media News speaks with University of Nebraska Political Science Professor John Hobbing about how the gubernatorial contest ended and what it could mean for the future of Nebraska politics.Nebraska Public Media
The food industry will pay a premium price for certain characteristics of hard red winter wheat according to Nebraska Extension Ag Economist Cory Walters.Nebraska Extension
Primaries for the Nebraska Legislature narrowed the field for the November general election.Nebraska Public Media
Nebraska Extension Specialist Karla Wilke says producers are going to have to come up with some options should their grazing pastures run short of grass due to drought conditions.Nebraska Extension
National hospital week kicked off on May 8. The celebration aligns with National Nursing week, which started May 6. The theme for this year is “We Are Healthcare.” Nebraska’s hospitals are celebrating with different acts of appreciation for healthcare staff.Nebraska Public Media