BROKEN BOW—Boosting prosperity for all residents is the name of the game to grow the “good life” and Blueprint Nebraska has recently released its long-term, strategic plan to do just that. One of 30 Nebraska Chamber Legislative Forums welcom'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--Congratulations are in order for Dana F. Cole & Co., LLP who just received a GROW Broken Bow Award earlier this month. The eight Broken Bow staff members welcomed the public to an open house and business after hours on August 16 to ce'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— Talk of placing a public bathroom in the Broken Bow City Square has been an ongoing discussion for a few months through the Broken Bow Park Board and the City Council. Results of a survey showed a positive response in favor of the pr'... Read More

CITY OF BROKEN BOW CITY COUNCIL AGENDA August 27, 2019 @ 6:00 PM Broken Bow Library 626 South D Street, Broken Bow, NE (CLICK HERE FOR ENTIRE AGENDA) Meeting Procedure The Public may address specific agenda items at the pleasure of the May'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— According to Broken Bow Police Chief Steve Scott, the Broken Bow Police Department was called to the Broken Bow High School Monday morning around 8:30 AM. The call was in reference to a student that caused a disturbance at the school'... Read More

ServeNebraska is seeking nominations for the 5th annual Step Forward Awards. As the most prestigious awards offered to volunteers in Nebraska, the Step Forward Awards serve to honor those volunteers who have worked to make their community a stronger '... Read More

The Custer County Board of Supervisors will meet in regular meeting on Tuesday, at 9:00 a.m. on August 27, 2019 in the Supervisors room on the top floor of the Courthouse. AGENDA: 9:00 a.m. Minutes, Mail, Committee reports 9:10 a.m. End of month'... Read More

GRAND ISLAND—The Cornhusker state is preparing to celebrate its 150th state fair during the next week and a half in Grand Island. Nebraska State Fair’s Executive Director Lori Cox said this year’s 150th “great big birthday party” will featu'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— The former Jim’s Bar General Manager who started the fire that burned down the bar in 2018, will now begin her probation after taking a plea deal with the state. Jane Chestnutt, 54, appeared in Custer County District Court on Th'... Read More

ANSELMO--Residents of the Anselmo area are under a boil advisory until further notice. The village of Anselmo informed KCNI/KBBN on Thursday afternoon that residents need to boil their water before using until further notice due to the detection of E'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Bring your boxes and bags and fill up on food to feed your family for a week. The Food Bank for the Heartland Mobile Food Bank will be visiting Broken Bow this Saturday, August 24. Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:45 a.m. to unloa'... Read More

SARGENT— The natural disaster that impacted the state in March was one for the record books. Millions of dollars have been recorded in damage from snow and flooding with the economic effects to most likely be felt for years. As the state began t'... Read More

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