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July 17, 2014
It’s been a rocky July in the town of Norfolk, all because of a little float in the Fourth-of-July parade. The float’s imagery depicting President... more››
July 16, 2014
Giving people the chance to get their hands dirty could be a big opportunity for farmers who embrace agritourism. But the chance of injury makes some... more››
July 15, 2014
The Farm Bill contains a trillion dollars in government spending. Companies and outside groups spent plenty of money fighting for a piece of the pie... more››
July 14, 2014
The Farm Bill touches everything from crops to consumers and spends nearly a trillion dollars over the next ten years. It became law in February, but... more››
July 9, 2014
Nebraska Airport Directors are crying foul on the Federal Aviation Administration and Congress saying  a new FAA regulation is to blame for a... more››
July 8, 2014
Study after study has shown access to books and literature is critical when learning to read. While many people think of children when talking about... more››
July 7, 2014
Many tools and techniques that make Midwestern farmers global leaders emerged from research at land-grant universities. Now, a federal international... more››
July 3, 2014
The Happy Jack Chalk Mine in Scotia, Nebraska has been around under that name since the 1930s. It’s been an active chalk mine, an abandoned mine, a... more››
July 2, 2014
For the last century, the Panama Canal has connected the U.S. to the world. For Midwest farmers, it opened their harvest to global markets. As the... more››
July 1, 2014
Scientists fighting AIDS have changed the disease from a death sentence to a livable condition thanks to treatments and medicines developed over the... more››