(NORTH PLATTE, NEB.)  — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol will be working overtime across the state during Memorial Day weekend. The annual Click It or Ticket initiative continues until Sunday, June 5. “Memorial Day marks the start of '... Read More

GROW Awards were given to two Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce members on Friday morning. Chamber GROW Awards are given to businesses that expand or enhance their services, staff, or location to serve their customers. Nebraska Pasture Door has reta'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY–The unofficial start of summer kicks off on Monday, May 30, 2022 with Memorial Day--a day to honor all of the men and women who died while serving in the United States Military. Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day '... Read More

Devoun Logan, age 27 of Loup City, appeared in district court on Thursday morning for entry of plea. It was stated that a plea agreement had been reached. By pleading guilty to count one, criminal attempt: terroristic threats, the other counts allege'... Read More

ANSLEY—The 1962 graduating class of Ansley High School will be celebrating its 60th reunion this weekend in Broken Bow. Classmates are invited to meet at Boarders Inn & Suites in Broken Bow (215 S E St, Broken Bow, NE) on Friday, May 27 at 7'... Read More

Landowners are reminded that the time has come to be on the lookout for noxious weeds.  According to the Nebraska Department of Agriculture, the Nebraska Legislature approved amendments to the Nebraska Noxious Weed Control Act  in 1989 with the pas'... Read More

The Association of Nebraska Art Clubs (ANAC) will hold its annual conference in Broken Bow.  This is the association's 57th conference and marks the first time the event has been held in Broken Bow.  Grand Island was the host city for the first con'... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. – A central Nebraska community will be receiving over $300,000 to update a local pharmacy. U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development State Director Kate Bolz announced Tuesday that her department is investing $300k in the Ci'... Read More

The Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce presented two GROW Awards to member businesses on Wednesday morning. GROW Awards are presented to chamber members who are nominated for investing in their business, and therefore the community, through remodels, fac'... Read More

Several students from the KCNI/KBBN listening area earned a spot on the Mid-Plains Community College spring President's List and Dean's List. To make the President's List, each student had to complete 12 or more applicable credit hours in college-'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—The Broken Bow City Council gathered on Tuesday, May 24 for its regular meeting. Few items were on the agenda and the meeting lasted less than two minutes. Councilman Larry Miller made a motion to approve the consent agenda and Dave S'... Read More

ANSLEY--The Missoula Children's Theater will be coming to Ansley, Neb. June 6 through June 11 to work with students and perform the play Hansel and Gretel. The auditions, rehearsals, and performances will take place at Ansley Public Schools (1124 '... Read More

The Custer County Board of Supervisors met for their regular session Tuesday morning in the Supervisors room of the Custer County Courthouse. A project with the steps and sidewalk on the east side of the courthouse has been a topic of discussion f'... Read More

In a press release issued Monday afternoon, KCNI/KBBN was informed that the 201 East Fire at the Nebraska National Forest near Halsey remains at 4,192 acres burned. The fire is now 80% contained. On Sunday, firefighters worked to improve the fire '... Read More