BROKEN BOW--The Broken Bow City Council will meet Friday at noon this week at the Municipal Building (314 South 10 Avenue). At the January 23 meeting, the council voted to move the meeting to February 23 because City Administrator Brent Clark will'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—It is truly astounding to see a community come together in times of need. Two of our youngest need support more than ever as their families fight against illness. A fish fry benefit will be held this Friday at the One Box Convention C'... Read More

LYONS--David and Connie Hansen, of Anselmo, Nebraska, will receive the Center for Rural Affairs’ 2017 Seventh Generation Award at an awards ceremony on March 9 in Red Cloud, Nebraska. The Seventh Generation Award is a lifetime service award pres'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—SOLD! The Broken Bow Public Library and Jim Christen Auctions, LLC teamed up to host a successful surplus auction on Saturday morning—collecting a total of $6,237.90 to be donated to the library. Surplus items that did not make the '... Read More

BROKEN BOW—A sugar-coated ribbon cutting took place on Tuesday morning as the Blessings and Grace Bakery joined the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce. Chamber Executive Director Deb Kennedy also owns and operates Blessings and Grace Bakery. Kennedy'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—“If it can go on paper, we can print it!” Ben Nonhof of LIPS Printing Service expressed his gratitude to the Broken Bow Community as LIPS cut a ribbon to officially join the Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday morning. Before working a'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—The Broken Bow School Board met until after 10 p.m. on Monday and discussed some hard hitting topics. In light of the tragic Florida school shooting, board member J.B. Atkins reported that he was approached by a group who is willing to h'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—The pressure is on for the Nebraska Legislature when it comes to property tax relief. The Legislature is about half way through the session but if no property tax reform is passed, it is possible that a $1.1 billion initiative could end '... Read More

VALLEY - Get your ice scrapers ready, another coat of ice is expected to cover eastern Nebraska Monday evening. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory until 9 a.m. Tuesday. NWS forecasters say freezing rain and freezing '... Read More

COLUMBUS - Roads around the area are in varying conditions Monday afternoon, but are going to get another coating of precipitation overnight. The Platte and Merrick County Sheriff's Offices went to Facebook on Monday to warn residents that roads a'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – Custer County Farm Bureau is sponsoring a “Road to Property Tax Reform” forum on Monday, Feb. 19 at 10:00 a.m. at the One Box Convention Center in Broken Bow. The event is open to the public. (2750 South 27th Avenue, Broken Bow, NE'... Read More

Authorities are reminding schools, businesses and other groups that the Nebraska State Patrol offers civilian training for active-gunman situations. The free program provides information on awareness and steps that a civilian can take to inc'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Approximately 140 people gathered to hear nationally known soil health expert Jay Fuhrer speak during the Soil Health, Cover Crop, Grazing, and No Till Conference hosted by Arrow Seed in Broken Bow. The North Dakota conservationist and l'... Read More

LINCOLN - In light of recent events, the Nebraska State Patrol is reminding Nebraska schools, businesses, and other groups that they offer civilian training for active shooter situations. The Civilian Response to Active Killer Events (CRAKE) progr'... Read More