NORFOLK — Cities across Nebraska are issuing snow emergencies as a severe spring storm starts to hit the state. Snow emergencies typically mean parking bans go into effect.  Many cities declare that residents can only park on one side of the stre'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--The City of Broken Bow is alerting the public to the likelihood of a Snow Emergency on Saturday, April 14. Please plan ahead and have vehicles and equipment removed from the streets. Thank you for your cooperation!...'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—In early January the Broken Bow Police Department (BBPD) reported that Baby Jesus had been stolen from the downtown square nativity scene. On Monday, the BBPD posted on their Facebook page that He has been found! On Saturday, Tony Sny'... Read More

THEDFORD--Weather permitting, work will begin April 16 on N-2 and US-83, from Thedford south for 1.67 miles and east for 10.7 miles. According to the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT), the project will include concrete repair, bridge de'... Read More

BARTLETT—Booked on charges of loitering, trespassing, and obstruction of spring, ‘winter’ was arrested last week by the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP). On April 7 the NSP posted a photo jokingly arresting ‘winter’ on the NSP Facebook page. '... Read More

BROKEN BOW--The City of Broken Bow would like the public to know that Burlington Northern will have the 5th Avenue railroad crossing closed tomorrow, April 13 from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Thanks for your patience....'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--Seven students from the Broken Bow Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter qualified for Nationals from the State Leadership Conference. Students competed head to head with other Nebraska students from all classes and sizes. At '... Read More

Nebraskan's are going to have more time to register to vote this election after lawmakers voted to extend the deadline. The decision was unanimously approved.  Citizens can now complete and submit voter registrations electronically until midnight'... Read More

BROKEN BOW –Broken Bow continues to be a standout in growth and prosperity. The residents believe in their community and their investments ensure a bright future for generations to come. The Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce board is continually striv'... Read More

ANSLEY—More than 50 people gathered at the Ansley Community Center on Tuesday night for the candidate forum hosted by the Custer County Farm Bureau. Six candidates are vying for the District #7 spot on the Board of Supervisors. County Supervisor Do'... Read More

NORTH PLATTE - It's official. Winter is never ending. That's a bit of an overstatement, but residents in north central Nebraska may be sharing that sentiment this weekend. The National Weather Service office in North Platte has issued a winter '... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY--The Custer County 4-H Public Speaking Contest was held on Monday, April 2 at the 4-H Building. Seven Custer County 4-H youth ranging in age from 8 to 18 gave speeches in four divisions. Award donors for the contest included Tom & M'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--On April 11, the Broken Bow Area Rotary Club is hosting the founder of GemsOfMadagascar.org, Michelle Rahm, and and her Malagasy in-country representative, Dina Andriamanalina. They will share their experiences with Madagascar projects th'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Both the Custer County Board of Supervisors and the Broken Bow City Council met for regularly scheduled meetings on Tuesday. Each meeting moved swiftly through the agendas. The Board of Supervisors amended Resolution #12-2018 for the '... Read More