Changes to school lunches still in the works

December 8th, 2011

By Clay Masters

Lincoln, NE – The U.S. Department of Agriculture is finalizing new nutrition guidelines for school meals. However, the overhaul has turned into a shadow of its former self since Congress blocked some of the ambitious proposals.

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Taking the grass-fed road less traveled

November 23rd, 2011

By Clay Masters

Lincoln, NE – Two roads diverge in the U.S. beef industry. Americans are buying more alternatively raised meat organic, natural, grass-fed and the like – but most large-scale cattle producers in the Midwest are not cashing in on the trend.

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Turning the tables on traditional music marketing

November 2nd, 2011

By Clay Masters

Lincoln, NE – For some Nebraska musicians, building a global audience is becoming more important than having a bestseller.

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Nebraska craft breweries thrive in tough economy

October 12th, 2011

By Clay Masters

La Vista, NE – It’s the one luxury that’s recession-proof, and the numbers show it: people are going to drink beer regardless of their income. While many beer drinkers may downgrade their brew of choice, American craft beer sales continue to go up.

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Flood recovery continues in Niobrara

October 7th, 2011

By Clay Masters

Niobrara, NE – Recovery is underway in northeastern Nebraska after this year’s devastating flood on the Missouri River.

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Thinking about becoming a farmer? Think again.

September 20th, 2011

By Clay Masters

Utica, NE – In farm country, business is booming. It’s quite enticing for the would-be farmer that wants to leave the rat race … but these days it’s even harder for the next generation of farmers to get their hands dirty.

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