BROKEN BOW—Although not enough Park Board members were present for a quorum, those in attendance at Monday evening’s meeting heard an update regarding the Indian Hills playground. Park Board member Carlene Albin is spearheading the playground '... Read More

The 2019 Comstock 4th of July Celebration will kick things off tomorrow with the annual parade with the theme “Superheroes.” The parade begin at 10:30 AM with registration at 9:30 AM. All parade entries must be registered by 9:30 AM to be eligibl'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— The 4th of July is nearly here and the Broken Bow Police Department wants to remind you that while lighting off fireworks is fun, there are times that you are allowed to do so. Fireworks can be used in Broken Bow city limits from 9 A'... Read More

SUMNER—“Home is always here at Sumner, Nebraska!” Bruce Eberle said. For more than 60 years the residents in and around the Sumner community have been celebrating the 4th of July--Sumner style. Tub’s Pub owner Bruce Eberle said the annual '... Read More

Betty Brown, author of Movin’ On and Beyond, will be at the Broken Bow Public Library on July 11th from 4-6:00 p.m. Betty has ties to the Westerville and Custer County area and now lives in Hastings. Movin’ On and Beyond is an autobiography po'... Read More

Custer County Foundation awarded Broken Bow Area Rotary with a $3500 grant to assist in the launching of a WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) program in Custer County. Rotary is working in conjunction with the newly formed Custer Mental Health Coal'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY—While the Custer County Court docket was full on Monday, July 1 there were only four felony cases that were not continued. Cooper Brass, 20 of Broken Bow, was arraigned on two alleged charges of 1st degree assault resulting in seri'... Read More

Landowners in three river basins in the Lower Loup Natural Resources District (LLNRD) may apply for new groundwater irrigated acres for 2020.  The Lower Loup NRD Board of Directors approved the new irrigation at its meeting June 27th.   In the N'... Read More

Understanding what market conditions are telling you together with risk management and marketing strategy are a key component to business success for stocker/yearling operators. This will be the main theme of a meeting and ranch tour scheduled for'... Read More

During the past few days 11 4‑H'ers have been working hard preparing their presentations for Dawson County's 2019 4‑H Presentation Contest. The contest was held Tuesday, June 25, at the Gothenburg Public School Building. Judge for the event was '... Read More

The American Red Cross will be hosting multiple blood drives in central Nebraska as the call for blood is as strong as ever. The Red Cross needs the public’s help to re-supply the dwindling amount of blood due to canceled blood drives in the spring'... Read More

Nebraska Extension and Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture will partner together to teach youth ages 9-18 years old at the 4th Annual Agronomy Youth Field Day in Curtis. The participants will have hands-on experiences to learn the science of ag'... Read More

The Lower Loup Natural Resources District has approved a higher level of groundwater management for Township 23 North, Range 9 West in Wheeler County.  The unanimous vote, creating the District’s first water quality sub-area, came at the LLNRD’s'... Read More

Ansley Public Schools will accept Sealed bids for these the following items. The due date is July 8, 2019.  Bids will be opened at the Regular Ansley Public School Board meeting that will be held at 7:40 pm on July 8th. The Ansley Public School Boar'... Read More