Short recap from Broken Bow -- Friday: Young lost 7 - 0 Garrett Long won by pin in 28 seconds O'Kief won by pin in 1:55 Eggleston won by pin in 1:31 Fulton won by pin in 22 seconds Long won by pin in 1:22 Kelber won by pin in 1:10 Caleb Long won by pin in 3:05 Eklund won by pin in 3:42 Second round Pearman won 8 - 2 O'Kief won by pin in 2:09 Coleman won by pin in 29 seconds DJ Stephen won by pin in 1:25 Eggleston lost 7 - 1Read More...
Will Major 6th place in persuasive Taryn Adams 7th place in humorous Raelyn Adams 7th place in poetry The speech team will compete next on Saturday, February 13th in Grand Island at their "Blue and Gold invitational tournament".Read More...
It's often said that the third time is the charm and it was certainly true for LeeAnn Wagner. Wagner captured first in the 2016 Valentine Vet's Club Soup Contest Feb. 5 with her Cheeseburger soup. It was a close race once again with Elizabeth Walz following closely in second with her Ramen Chicken Noodle. Wagner won $100 in Valentine Chamber Bucks and Walz was awarded $75 in Chamber Bucks. Debbi Hoffman and Michelle Ricks had also won their individual rounds and were competing in the finale. Both received free oil change certificates for their work; Ricks from Tehrani Motor Company and Hoffman from Tony's Tire and Auto Repair. The evening included the Soup Contest Raffle, during which those...Read More...
United States Attorney Randolph J. Seiler announced that a Parmelee, South Dakota, man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for two counts of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon and one count of Assault Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury. Darius Whipple, Sr., age 24, was indicted on January 21, 2016. He appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark Moreno on February 4, 2016, and pled not guilty to the Indictment. The maximum penalty upon conviction for each count is up to 10 years in custody and/or a $250,000 fine, three years of supervised release. The Indictment alleges that Whipple committed an assault with a knife on July 23, 2015. It also alleges that he committed assault with...Read More...
It's Bull Sale Time! To advertise your sale on KVSH, give us a call at 402-376-2400. Date Time Name Location Contact 2/12/2016 1:00 P.M. CT R & D Angus Valentine Livestock Auction, Valentine, NE (605) 685-1085 2/13/2016 1:00 P.M. CT Berger's Herdmasters Lincoln County Fairgrounds, North Platte, NE (308) 532-0939 http://www.bergersherdmasters.com/ 2/14/2016 1:00 P.M. CT O'Neill Angus Valentine Livestock Auction, Valentine, NE (605) 515-3540 http://www.oneillangus.com/ 2/18/2016 12:30 P.M. MST Krebs Ranch The Ranch, Gordon, NE (308)...Read More...
Nebraska authorities say a Hastings company will be sending the first significant shipment of beef from the United States to Israel since Israel banned U.S. beef imports more than a dozen years ago. Israel had barred U.S. beef after a case of mad cow disease, or bovine spongiform encephalopathy, was confirmed in the United States in December 2003. On Tuesday Nebraska Agriculture Department Director Greg Ibach praised WR Reserve for complying with a rigorous inspection process that included Israeli government regulator visits. WR Reserve officials declined to comment on the shipment. The department news release didn't say how large the shipment would be, and department officials didn't immediately...Read More...
Lawmakers have passed a bill that would end Nebraska's status as the only state which prohibits in-state meatpackers from owning hogs.
Senators voted 34-14 on Friday to approve the measure, which divided the state's farm groups and rural senators.
Supporters tout the measure as a way to help Nebraska's hog industry, which has grown slower than in several nearby states. But critics say the bill would give large packers too much leverage over small farms by allowing them to control virtually the entire supply chain.
Opponents have also leveled criticism at Smithfield Foods, a Chinese-owned pork processor that has quietly lobbied for the bill and contributed to...
South Dakota feedlots with capacities of 1,000 or more animals reported 255,000 cattle on feed on January 1, up 11 percent from last year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says in its latest report that placements in feedlots during December totaled 41,000 head, up 52 percent from the previous year. Marketings of fed cattle during in December totaled 35,000 head, up 17 percent from the previous year. Other disappearance during December totaled 1,000 head, down 1,000 head from the previous year.Read More...
Stocks of corn and soybeans in South Dakota were up from the previous year as last year drew to a close. The Agriculture Department's latest report shows corn stocks on Dec. 1, 2015, up 4 percent, and soybean stocks up 22 percent. Stocks of all types of wheat in South Dakota were up 10 percent. Stocks of sorghum, oats, barley and hay in the state also were up over the year.Read More...
1. Valentine, NE 220.0
2. Gothenburg, NE 159.0
3. Broken Bow, NE 156.0
4. Minden, NE 69.0
5. Cozad, NE 68.0
6. Ainsworth, NE 49.5
7. Ogallala, NE 44.0
1st Place - Garrett Long of Valentine
2nd Place - Matthew Ambler of Broken Bow
3rd Place - Preston Smith of Gothenburg
1st Place Match
Garrett Long (Valentine) 24-8, So. over Matthew Ambler (Broken Bow) 17-4, Fr. (Fall 2:31).
3rd Place Match
Preston Smith (Gothenburg) 12-30, Fr. over () , . (Bye).
1st Place - Jordan Kelber of Valentine
2nd Place - Trevor Holley of Gothenburg
Western Edge went to Ainsworth on Sunday the 31st to their tournament. As a team Western Edge received 1st. place. Individual Results. 1st. Witten Painter Kelby Rice Parker Lewis Trace Buechle Zach Wiebelhaus Devin Daugherty Billy VerBeek Rhett Mundorf Daniel Witt Andon Olson Casey Miller Ben Klemesrud Levi Lewis Tate Kuchera Oren Pozehl 2nd. Sutton Schrunk Gage Sandoz Landon Stephen Coby Higgins Beau Wiebelhaus Tobin Olson Gavin Sandoz Tagg Buechle Tommy Klemesrud Rylan Hobbs Sage Schurnk 3rd. Laken Stephen Cole Bodeman Gus Ganser Cody Miller Jacob Hayward Holden Mundorf Kenneth Boyer 4th. Jennings MorganRead More...
The Badger Boosters will be auctioning off a vintage Coca-Cola machine, donated by Mike's Market, at the Valentine vs. Ainsworth basketball game on Thursday January 21st. The auction will take place between games. All proceeds will go towards Badger Booster scholarships. Similar machines have sold on eBay for close to $9,000.Read More...
1. Valentine, NE 194.5
2. Burwell, NE 123.0
3. Wood River, NE 114.5
4. Crofton-Bloomfield, NE 105.0
5. Ravenna, NE 92.0
1st Place - Coy Gideon of Burwell
2nd Place - Garrett Long of Valentine
3rd Place - Joshua Ibach of Central Valley
4th Place - Jadden Treffer of Ravenna
1st Place Match
Coy Gideon (Burwell) 12-0, Fr. over Garrett Long (Valentine) 15-4, So. (Dec 10-8).
3rd Place Match
Joshua Ibach (Central Valley) 18-3, So. over Jadden Treffer (Ravenna) 10-9, Fr. (Fall 0:38).
1st Place - Evan Waddington of Wood River
2nd Place - Jordan...
According to Valentine Youth Activities Director Jake Hamilton, Sign ups for Badger Club Wrestling are Tuesday night at 6:30PM at the City Gym. Wrestlers Bring your shoes they will be practicing. Get ready to learn proper wrestling technique, and have fun. Learn from NCAA Division 1 National Champion Jason Kelber, along with former college wrestlers Jake Hamilton, and Byron Burdick. All kids are Welcome!Read More...