Two felony cases were heard in Custer County Court on Monday, December 6 with one first appearance and another being bound to Custer County District Court. Tyler Martin, 26 of Broken Bow, made his first appearance on an alleged charge of possessio'... Read More

The 2021 NSAA Play Production Districts have concluded and three schools in the KCNI/KBBN coverage area have qualified for the NSAA State Play Production Championships at the Johnny Carson Theatre in Norfolk beginning on Wednesday, December 8. The'... Read More

The University of Nebraska at Kearney recently expanded its partnership with the University of Nebraska Medical Center to offer a new pathway for occupational therapy. Students can now pursue a career in this high-demand health care profession while'... Read More

The Nebraska Department of Education and the Nebraska International Language Association have awarded 51 Seals of Biliteracy to Nebraska students this semester. The Nebraska Seal of Biliteracy is a collaboration between the Nebraska Department of Ed'... Read More

Emergency County Assessor/Deputy County Assessor Examination The Property Tax Administrator, Ruth A. Sorensen, announces that pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. § 77-421(2), due to a vacant county assessor office, a county assessor certification examinati'... Read More

According to a press release from the Custer County Sheriff's Office, on December 3, 2021, CCSO, investigated a two-vehicle accident, one mile south of Oconto, on Highway 21. The accident happened at approximately 5:55 a.m. Daniel Jacobson, a 65-y'... Read More

The Dawson County 4-H Quiz Bowl team recently competed at the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) in Louisville, KY. Team members were Emma Peterson, Gothenburg; Greg Treffer, Cozad; Spencer Walahoski, Overton; and Jacie Wolfing'... Read More

A singe felony case was heard in Custer County District Court on Thursday, November 2 regarding an alleged domestic assault and subsequent charges following an alleged violation of a protection order. Kyle Martin, 30 of Broken Bow, appeared in cou'... Read More

The Broken Bow Police Department stepped up its enforcement of the mandatory safety belt law November 24 through November 28, 2021, during the “Buckle Up, Every Trip, Every Time” mobilization, according to Chief Steve Scott. During the mobiliz'... Read More

The Lower Loup Natural Resources District began accepting orders for conservation tree and shrub seedlings on November 1st. The trees are sold across the District to landowners seeking to implement windbreaks, wildlife habitat, buffer strips, or othe'... Read More

New technology is taking the welding program at Mid-Plains Community College to another level. Two Augmented Reality Welding Systems will soon be installed in the Center for Applied Science and Technology in McCook. The systems won’t replace tra'... Read More

Last Saturday night, the annual Arnold Community Foundation Fundraiser had its most successful auction ever, grossing $67,000.00. One-hundred-eighty people attended the event, which included a social hour, meal, live auction, and presentation of phil'... Read More

Highways and recycling were the main topics of discussion for the Custer County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday morning. The discussion for the Custer County Highway Department centered on the need for vehicles and asphalt projects. Custer County Hig'... Read More

BROKEN BOW-- What began as a worst-case situation, ended with relief for many during a garage fire in Broken Bow on Tuesday, November 30. At approximately 4:30 PM, Broken Bow Fire and Rescue was dispatched to a garage fire at 1718 N. B Street. The'... Read More