In addition to the wins and success on the field in 2018, Gothenburg coach Craig Haake will remember this year’s Swedes for their off the field success, too. “This was

LINCOLN — Contributing one in four jobs and $25 billion in annual cash receipts to the state’s economy, it’s hard to ignore the impact agriculture, and its related biotech industries,

Experts from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln have prepared 78 budgets on 15 crops, predicting price expectations for input costs for 2019. In comparing several corn and wheat budgets from 2018

Gothenburg has 10 new, freshly planted trees, thanks to the Free Trees for Fall ReTree Planting program. The program is an effort of the Nebraska Forest Service and the Nebraska

Editor’s note: This new weekly feature, titled ‘Friends and Neighbors,’ will serve as a weekly look at the people around us, and look at the lives of local residents or

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