The crisp, cool air in the mornings and evenings signals the start of fall in Nebraska. It’s the time of year when many Cornhuskers head outdoors to hunt and fish. On September 26th, Nebraska will join the nation in celebration of National Hunting '... Read More

LBPHD: Nine new COVID-19 cases have been reported in the nine counties of Loup Basin’s district since Wednesday. The cases were reported from: Custer (4) – community spread, contact with known positive Greeley (2) – contact with known posi'... Read More

  In early 2020, Bayer Fund's America's Farmers Grow Rural Education partnered with local farmers to nominate rural public school districts and award grants to enhance their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curriculum. Because'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—After more than 30 years of dedication, Library Director Joan Birnie is moving on to the next chapter in life as she prepares to retire from the Broken Bow Public Library. Birnie was recognized for her service to the library during the S'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Dirt has officially been turned to mark the beginning of construction for the preschool project at Broken Bow Public Schools (BBPS). A groundbreaking was held on Thursday, September 24 and attended by BBPS staff, board members, and Chief'... Read More

LBPHD: Seven new COVID-19 cases have been reported in the nine counties of Loup Basin’s district since Monday. The cases were reported from: Greeley (3) – community spread, contact with known positive Howard (2) – community spread, a conta'... Read More

A committee consisting of Custer County superintendents and business leaders selected Jessi Chandler Mason as the Executive Director for CAPABLE (Custer Alliance for Preparing and Advocating for Business, Labor, and Education) beginning in October 20'... Read More

LLNRD— The Lower Loup Natural Resources District (LLNRD) has begun the process of identifying problems and receiving public input on the Upper Mud Creek Watershed. On Wednesday, September 16, LLNRD, Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), and'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Many of Broken Bow’s emergency services volunteers were recognized during the City Council meeting on Tuesday, September 22. Ten volunteers received certificates and life-saving pins for their work in providing life saving measures on '... Read More

BROKEN BOW--Adams Land and Cattle (ALCC) is proud and excited to organize its second annual Food 4 Youth Challenge. This year, Adams is partnering with local businesses and surrounding schools to assist with their backpack programs, which provide foo'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Youth hunger is a widespread concern no matter where you look and to help feed our nation’s youth Runza is hosting its “Runza Feeds the Need Day” Tuesday, September 22. Runza will be raising funds company-wide to help combat chi'... Read More

LBPHD: Ten new COVID-19 cases have been reported in the nine counties of Loup Basin’s district since Friday. The cases were reported from: Howard (4) – community spread, contact with known positive Valley (3) – community spread, contact '... Read More

According to an article from The Arnold Sentinel, Arnold rural resident Gay Brown and her dog escaped from a house fire with no injuries in the early morning hours of Tuesday, September 8. Gay was awoken by the smell of smoke and was luckily close'... Read More