ST. LIBORY, NE — A state complaint against a Central Nebraska grain company is being dismissed.

The Nebraska Public Service Commission announced on Tuesday that Union Grain in St. Libory has paid a penalty and has begun operating their facility in line with state rules.

“The company has worked with our grain department to rectify the situation that led to the complaint, paid a penalty and agreed to operate its facility in accordance with the department’s rules and regulations,” said Commission Chair Dan Watermeier.

That wasn't the case in May, when the PSC said Union Grain oversold corn on several occasions in violation of state law.

The violations were found after two separate audits were done by the Public Service Commission.