Three sentencings took place Thursday morning at the Custer County Judicial Center. In a story from January 18th, 2018, Virgil L. Ramsdell, 49 of Taylor was found guilty of manslaughter by Judge Karin Noakes, a class IIA felony. He appeared in court '... Read More

Burwell, Neb. — Entrepreneurs are invited to learn about online marketing and social media tools during “LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter for Biz,” a free workshop organized by the Center for Rural Affairs’ Rural Enterprise Assistance Project '... Read More

The CAPABLE program will be helping host a Registration/Open House Night for Broken Bow students and parents to help them both begin to explore courses that coincide with career pathways. All current 8th-11th-grade parents and students are encourage'... Read More

COLUMBUS - NPPD is urging safety around downed power lines as severe weather season approaches. Severe Weather Awareness Week is March 25th-30th and NPPD is hoping residents will prepare for the possible dangers of downed power lines during this t'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Approximately one million children are enrolled in Head Start and Early Head Start programs across the nation. The Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership (CNCAP) works with families across 22,985 square miles and serves many loca'... Read More

The Broken Bow School Board met for their regular meeting Monday, March 19th. All Board members were present for a meeting that was much shorter than usual. J.B. Atkins provided an overview of the financial report and said that the school remains '... Read More

The Custer County Foundation held its annual presentation of scholarships to students in Custer County on Sunday, March 18th at the One Box Convention Center. The scholarships are made available through generous donations by individuals and businesse'... Read More

COZAD--The Cozad Chamber Board of Directors is excited to announce Karmen Morse as our new Chamber Director as of March 12, 2018. Karmen was born and raised in Cozad. She is married to Mark and they have two children, a daughter Amberlyn and a son Ko'... Read More

ARCADIA—During the last 32 years, the Arcadia United Methodist Church has hosted an annual family banquet and through these events has seen a wide range of coaches and professionals bring inspiring messages to area families. The speakers are all so'... Read More

The Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce held a Grow Nebraska Celebration Friday, March 16th for Nebraskaland Chiropractic. Dr. Colby Howard and Dr. Megan Howard received the award for investing in the community by building a beautiful new facility at 551 '... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Park Commission advises customers that Nebraska hunting, fishing and park permits may be purchased online only at Several websites sell information about Nebraska permits and guides. The'... Read More

DUNNING--Region 26 Emergency Management and 911 from Taylor have postponed the Weather Symposium for the area residents at the Sandhills Public School (107 Gandy Ave, Dunning, NE 68833) UPDATE as of Friday, March 16th morning: Symposium in Dunning'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--Melham Medical Center (JMMMMC) has received reports that some community members are receiving spoof phone calls that show up as Melham on caller ID. Some have reported that the spoof call is attempting to sell health insurance. Melham Me'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—As one owner puts it, the Grocery Kart is the “best place in the world to work.” This month the store celebrates its 35th anniversary. Dave Green saw two expansion projects and worked with countless employees and customers during his'... Read More