SARGENT—The annual Sargent Fair and Chokecherry Jamboree drew a strong crowd last weekend. Sargent Chamber President Jackie Ropers estimated about 500 people in attendance during the parade with nearly 20 parade entries. “The weekend went real'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY—The Custer County Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) hosted its annual summer celebration on Thursday night. Local individuals and businesses were recognized for helping grow the county. With the help of the CEDC, businesses, Mid'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Custer County is just a day away from the 2018 State of Art and Music Festival–featuring the Good Living Tour! The fourth annual Hear Nebraska Good Living Tour is coming to Broken Bow June 8-9 and encompasses a weekend full of festivit'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – More than 120 4-H and FFA youth in Custer County participated in Animal Quality Assurance Youth Training on Wednesday, May 30 in Broken Bow. The event was hosted by Adams Land and Cattle and the Nebraska Extension in Custer County. Add'... Read More

GRAND ISLAND--June 1-7 is designated as National CPR and AED Awareness Week. The American Red Cross, along with other National Cardiac Arrest Collaborative members, is stressing that every second counts in cardiac arrest and people can save lives by '... Read More

LINCOLN — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) issued more than 100 citations for seatbelt violations during the national “Click It or Ticket” campaign which ran for two weeks surrounding Memorial Day. The enforcement ran from May 2'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Two stalls could possibly be added to the Tomahawk RV park in Broken Bow. During Monday’s Park Board meeting, the board voted to recommend approval of the two new camper stalls to the City Council. The two stalls would be added on the '... Read More

OCONTO—The annual Blowin’ the Doors off Barbeque held this past weekend was a sizzling good time! Brett Eggleston told KCNI/KBBN that more than 1,700 people were in attendance making this year’s BBQ one of the larger fundraisers Oconto has seen'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--Make plans to be at the Broken Bow Public Library (626 S D St, Broken Bow, NE 68822) on Thursday, June 7 at 7:00 p.m. for performer Matthew Gurnsey and his rousing performance of traditional Irish and Scottish music. Gurnsey, who does his'... Read More

GRAND ISLAND—Former American Ninja Warrior Contestant and child abuse survivor Christian Griffith is currently running across the United States, 3,000 miles to be exact, to speak out against child abuse, to raise awareness, and raise funds to help '... Read More

VALENTINE -  Two Valentine businesses are all but destroyed after a fire on Saturday. The North Platte Telegraph is reporting that it happened very early Saturday morning at the Bull Market and Old Mill Bulk Foods. Valentine fire officials say'... Read More

Tennis ball size hail has fallen in north-central Nebraska, as a storm begins to move across the state. David Baxter III tweeted a picture of the large hail stone, that he says fell 1 mile east of Ainsworth. The storm is expected to progress ac'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Approximately 150 people are causing a roar at this weekend’s Nebraska State Lions Convention in Broken Bow. With a network of approximately 1.4 million members throughout 208 countries, Lions International aims to meet the needs of lo'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY—Two felony cases were heard in District Court on Thursday. According to Deputy County Attorney Kayla Clark, Anthony P. Elder, 37, of California admitted to allegations in a motion to revoke probation. On May 24, he appeared in court a'... Read More