2012 not projected to be water-short year either.
By Russ Pankonin
The Imperial Republican
While it won’t be official until the beginning of next year, 2011 will not be declared a water-short year (WSY) for compliance purposes.
By Jan Rahn
In District 6, which serves Perkins County, Steve Hanson of Elsie recently defeated two opponents for election to the Nebraska Beef Council.
The voting period which ran from Nov. 1-15 included Hanson, Jerry Kuenning of I...
Nebraska Farm Bureau President Keith Olsen recently made a statement regarding tax changes agreed to by White House and Republican Congressional leaders on Dec. 6:
“Nebraska Farm Bureau is very pleased to learn that the White House and Congressional le...
Specialists from Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Kansas will provide cattlemen with tips about issues they might be facing during the 27th annual Four-State Beef Conference scheduled for Jan. 11-12.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension specialists have ...
The Natural Resources Conservation Service currently accepting applications for several Farm Bill conservation programs.
Farmers and ranchers interested in soil, water and wildlife conservation or wetland restoration funds are encouraged to sign up n...
The sixth annual Nebraska Ag Classic will be held at the Ramada Inn, Kearney, Dec. 14-16.
Association meetings will start the afternoon of Dec. 14 and continue on the morning of Dec. 15 with joint activities kicking off with a luncheon on the tradeshow ...
Fellowship applications for Nebraska LEAD (Leadership Education/Action Development) Group XXXI are now available for men and women involved in production agriculture or agribusiness.
“Up to 30 motivated men and women with demonstrated leadership potent...
Nebraska corn farmers through the Nebraska Corn Board and Nebraska Corn Growers Association are among the organizations backing American Ethanol, a partnership formed by the ethanol industry, corn growers across the country and NASCAR.
This new partnersh...
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension’s Master Gardener Training is available throughout the state.
The Nebraska Master Gardener program is a horticulture-related volunteer training program based in many counties and has been part of UNL Extension s...
By David Lott
Tired of buying the same holiday housewarming gifts each year? Why not try giving and growing amaryllis bulbs this winter! These winter-time beauties are easy to grow, take care of, and enjoy with their beautiful, c...
By Pastor Vince Carrig
Sophomore guard Jake Sexson showed off his smooth shooting stroke immediately in his first varsity start, spinning in three three-pointers in the first quarter to lead all scorers with 13 points and the Plainsme...
By Pastor Vince Carrig
Lady Plainsmen guard Jessi Day started her senior season well by hitting her first three-point attempt and leading her team with 13 points in a 52-43 Perkins County victory over Maxwell Friday night in Gra...
Perkins County wrestlers had a busy first week with a dual tournament hosted by Wauneta-Palisade Thursday, Nov. 2, followed by a tournament in Broken Bow on Saturday, Dec. 4.
Maxwell was first at the Wau-Pa tournament, followed by Medicine Valley i...
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updates can be found at www.pcs.esu16.org
Thursday, Dec. 9
3 p.m. Pictures for mock trial, play production,
basketball and wrestling
6 p.m. Elementary music concert at high school gym
By Gary McConnell
The Wallace Wildcat boys got off to a successful start Friday night when they traveled to Maywood to take on the Maywood Tigers.
The Wildcats outscored the Tigers in every quarter as they cruised to a 57-20 vic...
By Christy Sheets
Friday night, the Wallace Wildcats traveled to Maywood to face the Tigers.
In the first quarter it was clear that the Ladies were ready to battle, outscoring their opponents 25 to 0.
The second quarter was much the...
Wallace senior Whitney Smith (center) signs an intent to play volleyball next season for the North Platte Community College Lady Knights. Supporting her are (Front, left): Sonny Smith, (Front, right): Kelly Smith. Back row: Wallace High School Assis...
Thousands of Season Choice Area hunting permits still are available, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The permits allow for harvesting antlerless deer only.
With the permit, hunters may use archery equipment through Jan. 18, 2011, muz...
Lifetime hunting, fishing, and fur harvest permits make excellent gifts for Nebraska’s outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen. The recipient will have a permit valid for the remainder of his or her life.
Nebraska lifetime permits are available to residents and ...
It is always the same question this time of year: When is the ice thick enough to venture out for some fishing? The answer: That depends.
There is no bigger safety issue in ice fishing than thickness of ice. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has som...