The University of Nebraska Medical Center has announced its fall 2021 dean’s list for students enrolled in nursing, dentistry, pharmacy and the allied health professions. To qualify for the dean’s list, nursing and the allied health students m'... Read More

On Friday, North Platte native, Elizabeth Tegtmeier filed the paperwork with the Nebraska Secretary of State to be a candidate for the Nebraska State Board of Education.  “I have become more concerned about the policies of the board and the fac'... Read More

Driver's Examiner Offices in Brewster, Burwell, and Broken Bow will not be open tomorrow or Friday this week due to illness.  The State of Nebraska has a shortage of staff to cover the offices and, therefore, is not able to provide services. We a'... Read More

A title-jumping, tax evasion case has reached its end following the sentencing of 37-year-old Derrick Gonzalez. Gonzalez was found guilty in November 2021 of Violation of Nebraska Certificate Title Act and Willful Evasion of Sales Tax, both Class '... Read More

4-H COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULED The Custer County 4-H Council will meet on Monday, January 24, 7:30 p.m. at the 4-H Building in Broken Bow, at the Custer County Fairgrounds. A meeting agenda was posted at the Custer County Courthouse in Broken Bow, af'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--The Broken Bow Public Schools Board of Education convened for its regular monthly meeting on Monday, January 17. Minutes and board reports were approved as well as the Treasurer's Report given by J.B. Atkins. He said as of the year-to-'... Read More

Mid-Plains Community College announces fall President’s List A total of 131 students qualified for the President’s List during the 2021 fall semester at Mid-Plains Community College. To make the list, each student had to complete 12 or more app'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY—The Custer Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) held its annual meeting on Monday, January 17. The meeting was held at the Custer Public Power District on Monday afternoon with Rick Nelson serving as the facilitator. Board membe'... Read More

BURWELL—For more than a decade the Burwell Clothing Closet has been serving people in need with all sizes of clothing, shoes, coats, and more in what volunteer Kathy Mann calls a “God driven” project. The clothing closet is open on Fridays from'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--A power outage is scheduled for a portion of the Legacy Apartments in Broken Bow on Tuesday, January 18. According to the City of Broken Bow, the outage is currently scheduled to affect the northwest building from 1-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan'... Read More

An Eddyville house fire required the help of multiple agencies on Monday, January 17. At approximately 1 PM Eddyville Fire responded to a structure fire at 907 Central Ave. Shortly after mutual aid was requested from Oconto, Miller, and Callaway fire'... Read More

The Nebraska Women in Agriculture Conference will be held in person this year, Feb. 24-25, 2022, at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Kearney, Neb. “We are excited to be hosting the conference in-person this year. While we are thankful we cou'... Read More

The continued success of Elks Lodge #1688 Deer Hide Program is attributed to repeated assistance from the surrounding community. Local businesses like Gateway Motors, Evans Feed, Merna Pack and Bow Booterie are credited with helping the lodge and '... Read More

Private pesticide training will be held for farmers and ranchers who need to renew their certified private pesticide applicator’s license or anyone who wants to become certified. The dates, locations, and times are as follows for 2022: January '... Read More