BROKEN BOW - The Custer County Board of Supervisors will meet on Tuesday, June 28 at 9 a.m. in the Supervisors' Room on the top floor of the Custer County Courthouse. The board will go over its end-of-month claims and tax corrections list. It will'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – Before kicking up dust and gravel on the way to Ord, the Tour de Nebraska (TDN) had a chance to kick up their feet for two nights in Broken Bow. Melham Park and Kinkaider Brewing Company played host and oasis to the gathering of nea'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--Following a several-week long campaign to raise money for local fire departments, the Custer County Foundation held its much anticipated check presentation in the Broken Bow City Square on Thursday, June 23. A total of $57,582.07 was r'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – 1985 marked the last time Paul Brown Field had seen any postseason American Legion Baseball play, a staggering thirty-seven years. About another thirty before that marked the last time the field had seen any update. The world, since th'... Read More

BROKEN BOW - According to Chief Steve Scott, on Thursday, June 23, 2022, at approximately 7:45 pm there was a report of a domestic disturbance with a weapon at 412 N 15th Avenue in Broken Bow.  During the incident, several shots were fired outside o'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The “Spirit of the Sandhills” softball tournament gets underway in Broken Bow Friday, June 24 and lasts until Sunday, June 26. The Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce is still looking for volunteers to fill all manner of roles for th'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Broken Bow Fireworks Stand hangs its annual shingle starting Saturday, June 25 at 10 a.m. and stays open through Independence Day. In a press release, the Broken Bow Police Department outlined city ordinances designed to keep ev'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Custer County District Court handed down sentences to two Broken Bow residents on Thursday, June 23. Kenneth Loucks, 44, appeared in court for allegedly violating probation. Loucks admitted to the probation violation. Judge Noak'... Read More

SARGENT – The Sargent Fair and Chokecherry Jamboree is slated to begin Saturday, June 25, capping the final full weekend before July. This year’s theme is “Only in a Small Town,” and features the perennial Little Miss Chokecherry and Pit S'... Read More

CALLAWAY – Callaway’s annual Pioneer Picnic will swell the bellies and spirits of all who attend June 24 through 26, marking another salute to summer in Morgan Park. The theme this year is "Bring On The Rain," and promises to be thunderous entert'... Read More

ANSLEY--The small community of Ansley is Strong for a Small Town and has been hosting the Muddy Creek Celebration for 135 years! The annual weekend festivities kick off on Friday night with fun for the whole family. Muddy Creek Celebration Trea'... Read More

LINCOLN – The Nebraska Department of Education has announced the launch of the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), making meals available to all children ages one to eighteen throughout the state including Custer County. In a statement issued by'... Read More

LOUP CITY – The 34th annual Tour de Nebraska pedals its way through the Sandhills starting Wednesday, June 22, and concludes Sunday, June 26. The bicycle tour, which covers 235 miles over varied elevations, inclines, and terrain, features routes an'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Broken Bow School Board convened for its regular monthly meeting on Monday, resolving old issues and prompting new questions shortly before summer officially begins. On the docket were treasury matters and insurance coverage for'... Read More