201 seniors will be saluted on our airwaves in 14 days! The senior classes from all the area schools have worked so hard to receive their diplomas during graduation. Many area students even balanced a job, athletics, and extra curricular activitie'... Read More

The Nebraska Cattlemen Disaster Relief Fund is providing financial assistance on a statewide basis to needy or distressed cattle producers in Nebraska impacted by Winter Storm Ulmer/Bomb Cyclone. Eligible applicants under the Fund include any catt'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— While Robert Edwards Sr., 73 of Callaway, has maintained his innocence through the entire Custer County District Court process, the jury found that he was guilty in February and now he could spend the next 25-30 years in prison. E'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--Wake up on Easter morning with eggs stuffed with goodies already hidden in your yard! Let the Broken Bow High School Volleyball team hide your Easter eggs for you on Saturday night. $15/1 Dozen Eggs, $25/2 Dozen Eggs, $35/3 Dozen Eggs '... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Discussions regarding the addition of New Discoveries Preschool to the North Park Elementary building will be held on Tuesday, April 23. Public meetings will be held at both 12 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the North Park Library to discuss the fin'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— The weather wasn’t perfect, but the reason for hosting the fun run/walk fundraiser was perfect. Karly Boje, who organized the Nebraska Flood Relief Fun Run, had over 40 people pre-register and eventually saw over 70 people take par'... Read More

According to the Grand Island Independent, former Broken Bow City Administrator Brent Clark has decided to leave his position in Grand Island. According to a press release, “Mayor Steele and Brent Clark have mutually agreed to end Mr. Clark’s '... Read More

BROKEN BOW— If it has been a while since you have been to the Broken Bow Country Club, things have changed. Those changes also earned the facility the Grow Broken Bow Award on April 12 from the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce. The remodel project'... Read More

Red Cross closes last of shelters The American Red Cross of Nebraska and Southwest Iowa has closed the last of 30 shelters it opened after last month’s flooding. All of the residents have either returned home or found other accommodati'... Read More

Relaxing in the cool shade of a tree on a hot summer day. There’s no better place for kids, book-lovers and pets to take a break from the heat of the sun, but that tree can help your air conditioner take a break as well. A strategically-placed tr'... Read More

The deadline to submit grant applications to the Custer County Foundation is April 30, 2019. The goal of the Custer County Foundation, Inc. is to improve the quality of life in the Custer County area by supporting the needs of the communities. Any'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— According to a news release from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), a temporary Disaster Recovery Center will be open in Custer County. The Custer County Disaster Recovery Center will be held at the United Methodist Chur'... Read More

The 2019 Custer County 4-H Indoor Archery Match was held on Saturday, April 6 at the Custer County Fairgrounds in Broken Bow. Thirty-two Custer County 4-H youth, enrolled in the 4-H archery project, participated in the event. Results of the competiti'... Read More

Easter week is upon us, which means Easter egg hunts are happening all across the area! If you are hosting a public Easter egg hunt, let us know, so we can get you added to the list! info@sandhillsexpress.com; (308) 872-5881. Ansley- April 20 at A'... Read More