Thursday’s KUTT/KGMT annual free Thanksgiving Dinner was again a great success.
Temporary stay in issuing new permits will allow district time to refine groundwater management plan.
State Climatologist Ken Dewey with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln says that while the eastern part of the country is bracing for a winter storm, Nebraska catches a break.
After Tuesday's action in Lincoln, the high school football season in Nebraska is over.
Jeanette Volker retiring as Lincoln Campus Director, Vice President of Student Services.
Beatrice City Council considers options for addressing backlog of street construction and maintenance.
Democrat Annette Dubas is dropping out of the 2014 Nebraska governor's race.
Area hunters are finding and taking far fewer deer this season.
Dry conditions the first half of the week allowed producers access to remaining unharvested corn and sorghum fields In Nebraska.
The latest government snapshot of the Kansas winter wheat crop looks mostly good as cold weather sets in across the state.
The Class B and D2 state finals were won convincingly.
The two Titans were named among the nine signees by the University of Nebraska baseball team.
Volkswind USA also eyeing project in southern Lancaster, northern Gage Counties.
The Fairbury Police Department will be participating in the nationwide Click It or Ticket Campaign.
The chairman of the U-S House Ag Committee emerged from a meeting last week saying anything is possible, but it "will be challenging" for Farm Bill negotiators to have a bill ready for a vote by December 13th.
The Timberwolves won a tight final Monday afternoon over Hemingford.
KUTT 99.5 and KGMT 1310 AM in Fairbury will be sponsoring the 13th Annual Free Thanksgiving Meal on Thanksgiving Day
Beatrice area unemployment declines, between September and October.
City Council rejected application for city sales tax revenue, Monday night.
50 years ago today, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas.
Nebraska gubernatorial candidate Pete Ricketts has won the endorsement of U.S. Representative Lee Terry.
Machine was traveling a recreational trail when it overturned.
Lucious Turner scheduled to be sentence in January.
A proposal by the Environmental Protection Agency could deal the ethanol industry a set-back.
On Tuesday the Jefferson County Commission approved special use permits for a new wind power project in the county.
Timothy Denton sentenced for assaulting man with crescent wrench.
National Weather Service says changes to wireless emergency alerts, went into effect last week.
The Jefferson County Commission unanimously approved a special use permit for construction of a wind farm in the eastern part of the county.
Politics and turnover due to term limits might provide some interesting moments during the next Nebraska Legislative Session.
Checks totaling about $16,000 presented to Beatrice, Lincoln and Milford Campuses of Southeast Community College.
Nebraskans could be thankful for a smaller grocery bill as they prepare for next week's Thanksgiving feast.
The Nebraska Republican Party has scheduled a series of debates to help Republicans decide their nominee for 2014.
Accident happens during a patient transfer to a Lincoln hospital.
Gage Area Growth Enterprise Board meets with consultants, following dismissal of NGage executive director.
An economic indicator suggests moderate growth in the state economy next year.
U-S Department of Agriculture and says consumers will be paying more for beef in 2014.
Dry conditions and above normal temperatures across much of the state allowed fall harvest to move toward completion.
The latest government crop update says Kansas farmers were able to get most of their remaining crops harvested last week.
Accident east of Pawnee City killed Amish teenager.
Art work would be placed along the east side of redeveloped section of North 5th.
The Timberwolves earned a semifinal victory Monday night.
Questions over adequate collateral creates hesitation on an agreement with Canadian man who wants to restart the Dempster plant.
Authorities utilize surveillance video to help determine what was taken, and to identify a suspect.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska, the state's largest health insurer, is fielding a number of questions about the federal health insurance law
Burchard, Nebraska rider airlifted to a Lincoln hospital.
Three schools from our area competed for the championship Saturday.
A probation violator was arrested by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Saturday afternoon in Fairbury.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office seized a meth lab Friday evening in Steele City.
Beatrice Firefighters sent to property in the 13-hundred block of High Street, early Sunday morning.
Three area teams now have a shot Saturday at championship glory.
Volkswind plan clears the Jefferson County Planning and Zoning Commission.
Four finalists being considered to replace Southeast Community College President Doctor Jack Huck, who will retire at the end of next June.
Senator Johanns flatly rejects President Obama's decision to delay health insurance cancellations as a fix to the law's flaws.
Johnny Rodgers has been granted a pardon.
Suspect booked for criminal mischief after smashing windows on two vehicles.
Friend, BDS. Norris, Sterling, and Freeman all earned round one victories
The state climatologist forecasts that temperatures will continue to go up and down but thinks that this winter will be moderate.
Snow in western counties and rain in the east limited harvest progress in Nebraska, during the first half of the week.
The latest government snapshot of Kansas crops shows 92 percent of the winter wheat has now emerged.
The final four teams are set in the C1, C2, D1 and D2 football playoffs.
Utility shut-off scam has been making the rounds in southeast Nebraska.
Officers sent to Ella Street address.
Nebraska's US Senators have written the EPA, asking the agency to hold a listening session in Nebraska on how proposed carbon regulations would impact electricity costs.
A 37-year-old York man has been accused of drunken driving and causing a crash that killed an Aurora teacher.
Seventy-two Nebraskans who were awarded the Medal of Honor received new recognition yesterday at the State Capitol.
Lady Orange play at 9 a-m, Thursday.
Group of veterans honored at the Good Samaritan Society Center.
Nebraska’s U.S Senators want to hear from Nebraskans about how the federal health insurance law affects them.
Two rescue squads and medical helicopter dispatched to the scene.
On a down weekend for many of the Doane teams, the volleyball team stepped up with a win over Hastings.
Doane suffered their fourth loss of the season Saturday night
The state volleyball tournament is set for all classes in Nebraska.
The latest crop report is out and its predicting huge numbers.
Crab Orchard man's sentence includes jail, fine and continuous alcohol monitoring.
Space expected to be used up in less than 10 years, at Beatrice Area Solid Waste Landfill.
Road closure expected to last about four days.
Participants of the National Farmers Union Beginning Farmer Institute are in Minneapolis this week.
The head of the USDA says its important to get a farm bill done now.
Driver arrested after chase hits speeds well over 100 miles-per-hour.
Attorney General Jon Bruning testified yesterday before a Senate committee in Washington about the dangers of so-called patent trolls.
Jefferson County District Judge Paul Korslund handed down sentences in two cases yesterday.
Donald Covington sentenced for possession of a knife, in Beatrice incident at convenience store.
The state tournament field is set for schools in Class D1 and D2.
Farm tractor pulling sprayer, snags cable at 19th and Lincoln.
Teresa Louis sentenced to prison for possession of a controlled substance.
Nebraska's attorney general is scheduled to testify before a U.S. Senate subcommittee on his opposition to the controversial practice of patent trolling.
The U-S Department of Agriculture reports Nebraskans are paying the same for that bag of groceries than they were at the first of the year.
Gage County Sheriff's male staff taking part in awareness campaign about prostate cancer.
Shad Morgan sentenced in Beatrice, for 4th offense conviction.
Nebraska Court of Appeals issues opinion in the GAge County District Court trial conviction and sentencing of Joseph Buttercase.
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack speaking at a Rural Futures Conference in Lincoln yesterday, urged young people to get involved in agriculture.
AAA Nebreask Spokesperson Rose White says those planning to fly home for the holiday shouldn't wait too long to make that airline reservation.
The field thinned from 16 to 8 on Wednesday for classes C1, C2, D1 and D2.
Pop singer from Seward is a fourth-generation descendant of Nebraska homesteaders.
November 7th is Winter Weather Awareness Day, in Nebraska.
Engineering report gets first look by Beatrice Area Solid Waste Agency Board of Directors.
Democrat Annette Dubas says property tax relief is the biggest issue she has heard while campaigning for governor.
Harvest ahead of schedule.
A new report says rain slowed fieldwork on farms in southern and eastern Kansas in the past week, while most of the western part of the state remains dry.
KUTT, KGMT AND KWBE’s Harvest Bonanza 2013 served almost 2300 farmers in 16 different locations in a two state, 7 county area.
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