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After spring and summer’s growing season, fall brings new challenges to homeowners. Nebraska Extension Educator John Fech talks about inspecting your landscape plants, take notes and fix problems before winter comes.Nebraska Extension
The Nebraska Legislature gave first-round approval Friday to a map redrawing the state's congressional districts.Nebraska Public Media
This week on the Five Heart Podcast, Jon, Todd, and a very tardy Greg discuss the good and the bad of the 23-16 loss to #3 Oklahoma. We loved the effort, we hated the miscues. We loved the (five) heart, we hated the outcome. We loved the progress we saw. We still hated having victory within our reach and yet not able to finish. Then we talked about…
Breaking down the Huskers' matchup with No. 20 Michigan State, with keys to the game, picks to click and oddly specific predictions. This week we're joined by Parker Gabriel of the Lincoln Journal Star. Listen in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices247Sports, Nebraska, Nebraska Football, Nebraska Cornhuskers
Dozens of workers in Nebraska’s prison system quit their jobs this year, blaming long hours and fear for their safety. Those still on the job recently told state senators the result frustrated employees, inmates ready to take advantage of lax security, and an uneasy feeling there are dangerous days ahead.…
Sermon: " Micah: Prophetic People – God Gives Back “ - Pastor Sean Dougherty The morning sermon of First Baptist Church of Kearney, Nebraska.
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Installing a cover crop between your soybeans and corn may help with weed suppression and nutrient depletion according to Nebraska Extension educator Chris Proctor.Nebraska Extension
The Brazilian beef industry reported a case of atypical BSE or Mad Cow Disease recently. UNL Ag Economics Associate Professor Elliot Dennis talks about how that incident has caused trade issues and how the Brazilian beef industry is dealing with it.Nebraska Extension
Homeowners looking to plant native ornamentals that benefit pollinators should consider the state flower of Nebraska, goldenrod. Bob Hendrickson from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum talks about the benefits of goldenrod and gives a few tips for selection.Nebraska Extension
Flexible lease plans can benefit landowners and renters in times where the unexpected happens. Nebraska Extension Ag Economist Jim Jansen talks about factors affecting prices and how flexible leases helps everyone involved to stay ahead of the unforeseen.Nebraska Extension
The Lincoln Police Department said Friday an audit has revealed over a million dollar’s worth of illegal drugs is missing from the Nebraska State Patrol’s evidence room. A State Patrol employee and her boyfriend have been arrested in connection with fentanyl-laced cocaine that's been connected to a number of overdoses and deaths in the Lincoln area…
On Friday, Health Director Michele Bever said in June, there were only eight new cases of COVID 19 in Adams, Clay, Nuckolls and Webster counties. Last week alone, the district saw 231 new cases with another 147 cases so far this week and a positivity rate of almost 20%. Bever said the numbers are clear when it comes to vaccination.…
A new trend in land auctions is doing them virtually. Nebraska Extension Ag Economist Jim Jansen talks about the impact covid restrictions had on in-person versus virtual auctions.Nebraska Extension
The Nebraska Legislature continued its work on redistricting Thursday, and lawmakers prepared to take a closer look at the state's child welfare contract with Saint Francis Ministries.Nebraska Public Media
Class is cancelled Friday for students at Grand Island Public Schools. Dr Tawana Grover, the district’s superintendent, says the schools are facing multiple challenges right now: a shortage of staff, more sick students and teachers, and an overall sense of burnout.Nebraska Public Media
Over the last year and half of the pandemic, a case of the sniffles or a sore throat has turned into full-blown panic for some who weren’t sure if they had COVID or not. Doctors say it’s understandable because things like strep, the flu, colds and allergies often have similar symptoms, so it’s hard to tell, even for them.…
Leaving some fall leaf litter is actually a good thing for your landscape beds. Bob Hendrickson from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum says small amounts of leaves are great for your soil, pollinators and spring green up.Nebraska Extension
Deciding to form a cooperative can be a great way to spur economic growth, but many questions pop up about legal counsel and bylaws. Cindy Houlden from the University of Nebraska Cooperative Development Program talks about how to properly form a cooperative.Nebraska Extension
Today we have the honor of interviewing one of the greats of Michigan State Media, Hondo Carpenter. Hondo is one of the most respected voices for all things Michigan State. He is the publisher of Not only Spartan Nation but also the Las Vegas Raiders Maiden for Sports Illustrated. Hondo gave us insight into this seasons Spartan squad along with his…
In this week's episode, the guys break down Nebraska's effort against No. 3 Oklahoma and preview what's ahead for the Huskers against Michigan State. Listen in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices247Sports, Nebraska, Nebraska Football, Nebraska Cornhuskers
Speaker of the Legislature Mike Hilgers said redistricting and next year's primary election could be delayed if senators can't reach agreement by Saturday.Nebraska Public Media
Cases and hospitalizations are rising, while vaccinations have plateaued. On Nebraska’s new COVID dashboard, the 7-day average of daily cases, as of Monday, stands at 526. That figure will likely grow as the Nebraska Dept. of Health and Human Services counts all the tests over the next week. There are 448 Nebraskans hospitalized with COVID. That’s …
Cattle need proper nutrition and roughage to help prevent liver abscesses. Nebraska Extension Beef Educator Erin Laborie talks about feeding a higher percentage of corn silage at finishing time.Nebraska Extension
State health officials are highlighting Nebraska’s suicide prevention efforts as part of a month-long outreach to raise awareness about resources available. Governor Pete Ricketts has declared September Suicide Prevention Month in Nebraska. The state has a number of resources for people struggling with suicidal thoughts and their loved ones and fri…
“The bigger picture [is] looking at whether or not diets changed in the mammals who were around at the time, or whether the type of locomotion they used changed,” Secord said. “In other words, were they living up in the trees? Were they living on the ground?”Nebraska Public Media
New rulings on bodies of water could affect the way landowners can use and manage their wetlands. Nebraska Extension Water and Ag Law Specialist Dave Aiken talks about the impacts of recent WOTUS rulings.Nebraska Extension
Sermon: " Micah: Prophetic People – God Gives Back “ - Pastor Sean Dougherty The morning worship service of First Baptist Church of Kearney, Nebraska.
The Nebraska Legislature began debate Friday on a proposal for congressional redistrictingNebraska Public Media