The Broken Bow Municipal Building has modified its closing details amidst concerns of COVID-19. A previous release stated the building was to be closed through March 31. As of March 27, the Municipal Building will be closed to walk-in guests and r'... Read More

A Flood Watch remains in effect from 1 am CDT Saturday through Saturday evening. The risk of heavy rainfall and flooding late tonight through Saturday evening is becoming more likely. This Flood Watch is active in the counties of Custer, Blaine, Boyd'... Read More

Want to track the cases of COVID-19 in Nebraska? The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services has created a new dashboard to help do exactly that! The dashboard includes total positive tests, total tests where the virus was not detected, a'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--The world continues to face the COVID-19 pandemic and all of the challenges it brings. Residents of central Nebraska are also feeling the effects of the coronavirus during this time of health concerns, economic uncertainty, empty stre'... Read More

Letter from A-M Superintendent Logan Lightfoot: Coyote Family, Over the past few weeks, educational and healthcare leaders at both the state and local level have been in discussions with our school district in regards to the Coronavirus pandemi'... Read More

On March 23, Governor Pete Ricketts announced that Nebraskans will have until July 15, 2020 to pay state income taxes.  For Nebraskans impacted by COVID-19, this change will give them additional flexibility.  Nebraskans who are not impacted by the '... Read More

The American Red Cross is closely monitoring the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), and supporting public health agencies to help communities prepare. Donating blood is an essential part of ensuring community health. Through March 17, '... Read More

Broken Bow Public Schools Superintendent Darren Tobey: "I would like to announce at this time Broken Bow Public Schools will start off-campus learning starting March 31st to run indefinitely.  This decision to start off-campus learning was a difficu'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--A seven-minute long meeting was held via teleconference by the Broken Bow City Council on Tuesday, March 24. The consent agenda was approved and included minutes of previous meetings, bills, February treasurer report, Broken Bow Ambulance'... Read More

According to press releases from the Broken Bow Police Department and Custer County Sheriff's Office, walk-in services have been suspended until further notice. Below are the press releases from each department. ...'... Read More

CALLAWAY--Amid growing concerns of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak across the globe, KCNI/KBBN had the opportunity of speaking with local health officials following the Get Up and Go Breakfast Show on March 24. An on-air broadcast and Facebook'... Read More

NORTH PLATTE--Ranchers interested in learning about the latest cutting-edge research in range livestock production from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln are encouraged to register for the 2020 Nebraska Ranch Practicum offered by Nebraska Extensio'... Read More

Due to sanitary reasons with the COVID-19 virus starting March 23, 2020, the City playground equipment is closed to the public. The playgrounds affected are the City Square, Melham Park, Tomahawk Park, and Custer School....'... Read More

The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to Nebraska small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), SBA Administrator Jovita Carra'... Read More