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    1. Farmland values moderate in Iowa

      The GazetteJul 28 03:29 PM

      Prices and demand for farmland continue to moderate in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming, according to a new study by Farm Credit Services of America. The average value of farmland in Iowa and Nebraska declined during the first six months of 2015. In South Dakota and Wyoming, prices increased but at a slower rate compared with the last half of 2014. FCSAmerica of Omaha and Frontier Farm ...

    2. An alligator that was caught crossing a New York City street during rush hour has died unexpectedly.

    3. Shawnee County rent lower than average, but some still struggle

      The Topeka Capital-JournalAug 01 01:37 PM

      Topeka and Kansas are among the more affordable places you could rent an apartment, though a person earning minimum wage or living on a fixed income still could struggle.

    4. This is an unofficial list of Problem Banks compiled only from public sources. Update on the Unofficial Problem Bank List for July 2015. During the month, the list fell from 309 institutions to 290 after 20 removals and one addition. Assets dropped by $5.9 billion to an aggregate $83.9 billion.

    5. Free State's Bryce Torneden commits to North Dakota State

      Lawrence Journal-WorldJul 27 09:02 PM

      Free State High senior quarterback and safety Bryce Torneden wanted to let his college recruitment play out, but he always had his eyes set on North Dakota State. By Bobby Nightengale

    6. Obituaries reported in the July 9, 2015, Advocate

      The Marysville AdvocateJul 30 10:28 AM

      These obituaries were reported in the July 9, 2015, Advocate: Charlene Kaster, Gloria Nightingale, Isla Shortt, Michael Kennedy, Edward Young, Bernice Garrels.

    7. NEWARK, N.J., July 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Senator Cory Booker, Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, Acting Governor of New Jersey Kim Guadagno, former New Jersey Governor Thomas Kean and former Nebraska Governor and U.S. Senator Bob Kerrey will attend an event today where Audible founder...

    8. Kansas GOP, Democrats plan early March presidential caucuses

      The Topeka Capital-JournalJul 27 02:00 PM

      Republicans and Democrats in Kansas both hope March 5 caucuses will lure serious contenders for their parties' 2016 presidential nominations to the state.

    9. FCC's Pai visits KNDY, talks rural broadband, AM radio

      The Marysville AdvocateJul 08 09:35 AM

      KNDY Radio owner Bruce Dierking serves as host to FCC commissioner Ajit Pai Tuesday. Photo by Sarah Kessinger FCC commissioner Ajit Pai stopped at KNDY Radio Tuesday to meet with station owner Bruce Dierking and other area radio station representatives while on a tour of Nebraska and Kansas.

    10. Like any Cooking Channel show worth its salt (see what we did there?), Steak Out With Kix Brooks will make you very hungry. ETonline has a sneak peek at the Brooks & Dunn singer's new show, debuting Tuesday, July 14 at 9pm ET/6pm PT. Take a look in the player above! WATCH: Inside the Reba-Brooks & Dunn Las Vegas Residency Following Brooks' one-hour special with the network last year, the 60-year...

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