BROKEN BOW-- Jeremy Tarr, Broken Bow Electrical Superintendent, has filed a grievance with the City of Broken Bow against Broken Bow Mayor Jonathan Berghorst. According to the grievance, Tarr states that the Mayor has violated the code of ethics, saf'... Read More

Central Nebraska Economic Development District is proud to announce the addition of our newest team member – Carla Kimball, who lives in Callaway, Nebraska.  She began her duties on Monday, August 19th, and is already identifying programs that can'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Plans to move New Discoveries Preschool to North Park Elementary have run into some issues with bids coming in nearly one million dollars higher than originally expected. During Monday night’s school board meeting, Broken Bow Public'... Read More

A standoff with law enforcement in Sherman County lasted for more than two hours before the suspect committed suicide late Monday evening. The incident began at approximately 8:30 p.m. Monday, August 19, near Highway 92 and 472B Avenue west of Loup '... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY--A Custer County Supervisor has turned himself in to authorities after a bench warrant had been issued against District 7 Supervisor Doug Stunkel. Stunkel, 66, of Ansley had previously failed to appear in Custer County Court for mult'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— One felony case was brought before Custer County Court on Monday, August 19 that resulted in that same case being bound over to Custer County District Court. Robyn Frawley, 28 of Broken Bow, appeared for her preliminary hearing wh'... Read More

School days bring congestion: School buses are picking up their passengers, kids on bikes are hurrying to get to school before the bell rings, harried parents are trying to drop their kids off before work. It's never more important for drivers to slo'... Read More

HALSEY--A love of camping and riding four wheelers as a kid has now turned into a business for Chad Sutton. He and his wife Becci and their two boys have turned their life upside down in a move from Omaha to Halsey. During the Sandhills Open R'... Read More

GOTHENBURG, NE –  Horses racing through Gothenburg, the “Pony Express Capital of Nebraska,” date back before statehood in the early 1860s. Now, to commemorate and celebrate some of Nebraska’s other horse racing history, the SUN Theatre invit'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 14 as the City of Broken Bow prepares for the city-wide cleanup! City Clerk Stephanie Wright told the city council on Tuesday night that because the cleanup did not take place this past spring i'... Read More

LINCOLN--Marshal Marshall has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. The 37-year-old formerly of Broken Bow was given the maximum sentence in prison by Senior United States District Judge Richard G. Kopf on Thursday. As of January of 2019, Marshall'... Read More

BROKEN BOW- A fleet of classic cars will be on the prowl on Saturday, August 17 in Broken Bow. The Drive and Dream Car Show will begin at 4:00 P.M. in the Adams Land and Cattle parking lot, North of Off Broadway. Cars of all makes and models are we'... Read More

ANSLEY—Final details have been released on the accident near Ansley that sent a Kearney man to the hospital. The accident took place on Thursday, August 8 near Custer’s Last Stop south east of Ansley around 8:45 AM on NE Highway 2. According t'... Read More

CALLAWAY--Health screenings, lab tests, and helpful medical information will be available during this Sunday's Community Health Fair to take place at the Callaway Community Center (203 W. Kimball Street). The Callaway District Hospital invites the'... Read More