CUSTER COUNTY—The Custer County Tourism Committee wants the residents of Custer County to know, that there are grants available to help with tourism. These grants are available to not only help improve visitor attractions and facilities within the '... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— The Broken Bow man who was charged with nine different counts relating to assault, obstruction, possession, and threats appeared in County Court on Thursday, August 30. Tyler Sleicher, of Broken Bow, appeared with his attorney, De'... Read More

ARCADIA— The 64th Annual Arcadia Fall Festival is right around the corner and chalk-full of activities! The festival kicks off on Saturday, September 1 with events including: the fun walk/run, sand volleyball, bake sale, pinochle tournament, ALA qu'... Read More

CALLAWAY— It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a kite! The 28th Annual Callaway Kite Flight will be this Labor Day Weekend. Since the event began in 1991, it has been an American Kitefliers Association (AKA)-sanctioned event with guests from at le'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--The Nebraska Extension is offering a program called Board Masters: Nonprofit Board Training, to take place in Broken Bow at the Custer County 4-H Building located at the Custer County Fairgrounds. The training is scheduled for Thursda'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— Dawn West, the Director of Housing Authority, presented her annual report with a good portion of good news to give to the City Council on Tuesday, August 28. West was happy to report that the Housing Authority has had two residents purc'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— An excavator is finally on the way to Custer County. The Custer County Board of Supervisors approved the special purchase of an excavator from Sherman County on Tuesday, August 28. Custer County Highway Superintendent, Chris Jacobsen'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— Homecoming festivities are right around the corner and the Broken Bow Chamber wants to remind you that the Broken Bow Student Council will be painting windows to encourage school spirit throughout the town. The school council will be ch'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY—Earlier this month the Custer County Museum welcomed the Water Ways traveling exhibit to town for visitors to explore the endless motion of the water cycle and its effect on the different components of our lives. The Water Ways exhibi'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— The Broken Bow man who was arrested for firing a shotgun in the air on June 25, has pled no contest to the charges of disturbing the peace. Ryan Frawley, of Broken Bow, appeared in county court on Monday, August 27 for charges relati'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY— September is Child Cancer Awareness Month and the American Red Cross is encouraging eligible donors to give blood to support kids, teens, and young adults battling cancer, as well as others in need of transfusions. According to the '... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY—The next group of local leaders is in our midst and now have the opportunity to apply for the Leadership Custer County Program. Custer Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) Executive Director Andrew Ambriz invites community members '... Read More

BROKEN BOW--The second annual Broken Bow 5K Color Run is scheduled for Saturday, September 22. The race will begin at Melham Park and end at Kinkaider Brewing Co. Registration forms are due Friday, September 7 by 5 p.m. and can be found by click'... Read More

The man who escaped from the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services Work Ethic Camp on Thursday in McCook, has been taken into custody, along with another man and two women, in Bennington. Following his escape, Nebraska State Patrol personn'... Read More