CUSTER COUNTY— A 27 year-old Merna man has been found competent to stand trial during Custer County District Court on Thursday, September 19. Matthew McAlevy was arraigned in court after a document was submitted to the court from an expert stating '... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— According to the Custer County Sheriff, a Broken Bow man was found dead on the bridge north of Gates on the Gates Road around 6 AM Wednesday, September 18. The incident is being investigated as a suicide. The Custer County Sheriff'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY—A possible silent railroad crossing near the Custer County Fairgrounds is still in the works for the Ag Society. The conversation continued during Tuesday night’s Ag Society meeting regarding the possibility of a railroad quiet z'... Read More

2019 Custer County Foundation Flood Fund assists 146 households and awards $139,485 in flood relief efforts! Communities Funded with Amount Received: Anselmo $17,484.00 Ansley $7,000 Arcadia—Custer County $3,944.55 Arnold $3,000 Berwyn $2,9'... Read More

Senator Matt Williams made a visit to Broken Bow on Wednesday, September 18 during the Broken Bow Area Rotary meeting to recap the 2019 legislative session and what he would be working on in the 2020 session. Williams began the meeting discussing '... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— According to court documents, Custer County Supervisor Doug Stunkel has been listed as a defendant in a lawsuit along with three other individuals including board members of 542 Inc., filed by Custer Federal State Bank. Documents ind'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— Mid-Plains Community College Broken Bow Campus will be hosting QPR Suicide Prevention Training on Thursday, September 19 from 5:30-7:00 PM. Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) training is designed to help participants understand how to t'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--During this week's Broken Bow Area Rotary Club meeting the public will have the chance to hear from Senator Matt Williams. The District 36 Senator will be sharing an update on the upcoming Legislative Session. The meeting will take pla'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Budgets are being finalized throughout the county and as of last night, Broken Bow taxpayers will not be seeing an increase in this next year’s tax request from Broken Bow Public Schools. A budget hearing was held during Monday night'... Read More

Jim Nelson of Cairo, a 47-year member of the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors, has been named to the NRD Hall of Fame. The announcement was made at Husker Harvest Days near Grand Island on Wednesday, September 18. Nelson wa'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— The man who was accused of sexually assaulting a minor in November of 2018 has had his charges dismissed after appearing in Custer County Court for a different charge. Phil Lundry, 20 of Berwyn, appeared for a charge of alleged th'... Read More

GRAND ISLAND –The 150th Nebraska State Fair wrapped up earlier this month and as part of the festivities, the Nebraska State Fair and Vision Productions, Inc. presented the 15th Annual Galaxy of Stars® Talent Search two-day competition at Fonner P'... Read More

LITCHFIELD—Silver medals, gold keys, and thousands of dollars have been awarded to the talented art students in Litchfield. Art teacher Allison Varah proudly teaches K-12 students who continue to be recognized for their creativity. Stated in a p'... Read More

High school girls in 10th through 12th grades with an interest in science, medicine or engineering are invited to apply for the Perry Outreach Program to be held Saturday, Nov. 9, at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The event is co-sponsored by '... Read More