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By Russ Pankonin
The Imperial Republican
Technology plays a key role in the study of irrigation water use in a five-acre demonstration corn plot southeast of Imperial.
This marks the first year of what will be a multi-year study to collect data to ...
Our FSA State Director has issued a press release for the state of Nebraska concerning the disaster conditions this year, and I’m inserting it into my column, as it is very informational.
Programs and actions that may assist include:
• Notice of ...
Efficient water usage will be the emphasis of a University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) Extension Water and Crops Field Day scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 10, at Big Springs with field research tours at the West Central Water Resources Field Laboratory (WRFL)....
A new webinar series offered by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension helps producers make irrigation scheduling decisions based on data from soil water monitoring equipment.
Irrigation scheduling can conserve water and money, but many producers do ...
Application deadline Aug. 11, through the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Agriculture producers are now eligible to receive assistance to renovate shelterbelts, restore forested riparian buffers, increase irrigation efficiency and improve h...
“This sign-up opportunity for USDA’s Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) is critical to the Nebraska environment and for a greener and healthier America,” announced Farm Service Agency State Executive Director Dan Steinkruger.
A coed softball tournament was held in conjunction with the Perkins County Fair, ending Thursday, July 29. The winning team included (Front row, l-r): Emily Carlson, Lisa York, Wendy Skeels, Sandy Waitley, Rachelle Fryzek, Amy Thelander. Back row: Kirk ...
Several teams were able to escape the upper 90s temps and cool off in the mud pit at the annual mud volleyball tournament held Friday, July 30 at the Perkins County Fairgrounds. Jordan Mahnken reaches for a stray ball while teammate Kye Kurkowski lends ...
All hunter education graduates who are at least 11 years old and have not graduated high school are invited to compete in the annual Nebraska High School Small Bore Rifle Silhouette Championships.
The event will be held Sept. 25 at Pressey Wildlife M...
It’s that time of year again, and where has the summer gone? With just a couple weeks until school starts make sure your children have their immunizations.
In Nebraska, children are required to be protected by immunization against various diseases in o...
College season is almost underway. Parents who are preparing to send a child to college soon, make sure your student receives the meningitis vaccinations.
Meningitis or “spinal meningitis” is an inflammation and an infection of the membranes that cov...
As I lay on the couch a while back, my husband says to me, “How do you come up with your ideas each week?” My reply was simply, “I don’t know, I just do. I sit at my computer and think of things that have gone on and food that is good, and I writ...
The dance of the planets still continues in the early evening sky, and will do so well into September. With a clear, unobstructed western horizon we can sit on the sidelines and enjoy the show.
For a while even tiny, first-planet-out-from-the-Sun, Merc...
All entries for the “What’s for Dinner” beef cook-off must be received by the end of business on Friday, Aug. 27.
Does anyone have a creative, kid friendly beef recipe? Could anyone use a new set of kitchen appliances?
If the answer is...
In these turbulent economic times, people who find themselves considering a change in careers may be wondering what the current job market looks like and if they have the skills necessary to qualify for jobs that are in demand.
Although Mid-Plains Comm...
New research shows need to take steps to stay safe during summer activities.
An estimated 32 million people across the U.S. plan to host parties or gatherings near water this summer, according to new research by Trusted Choice® and the Independent Ins...
Tori Osler and Elisa Carlson dive for the fence to get their goat in hopes of being the best in the new goat milking contest at the Perkins County Fair. Several contestants gave it their all in pursuit of a $200 prize on Friday night in front of the grand...
By Jan Rahn
More candidates have been added to the 2010 November General Election ballot.
Monday was the cutoff for non-incumbents to file for village trustee and ESU seats.
The most recent filings have been for the Village of Ven...