BROKEN BOW—Mid-Plains Community College was in Broken Bow on Wednesday, September 19 holding their community input sessions on the Broken Bow Campus. The sessions were designed to gather input from community members to work together to sustain thri'... Read More

BLAINE COUNTY— According to Blaine County District Court records, a man will be imprisoned in the Nebraska State Penitentiary in Lincoln for the next 16-20 years after being found guilty of assaulting a woman near Dunning. Jesus Magallanes Jr., 43 '... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY—While the budget was one of the more important topics of the Custer County Supervisors on Tuesday, September 18, it was not the most talked about. The Custer County Supervisors approved the tax rate at 0.164751 which is lower than the'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—The budget and tax levy has been approved for the 2018-2019 fiscal year for Broken Bow Public Schools in a unanimous vote. The Broken Bow School Board met on Monday, September 17 for their regular meeting that took much less time than th'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— A driver who thought she had enough time to cross an intersection, causes a two vehicle accident between her sedan and a semi on Friday, September 14. According to the accident report by the Broken Bow Police Department, Terrill Winter,'... Read More

CUSTER COUNTY—Only two felony cases were on the docket in Custer County Court on Monday, September 17. Zachary Lopez, 21 of Callaway, made his first appearance in County Court after being accused of making terroristic threats against another person'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— The Broken Bow Public Library is pleased to announce that Dr. Charles Peek, UNK English Emeritus Faculty, will be at the library on Thursday, September 20 at 7 P.M. According to the press release from the library, Dr. Peek will be prese'... Read More

KEARNEY — From Scottsbluff to Omaha and Albion to Ogallala, community leaders are asking for assistance to ensure that children and families have access to high-quality early childhood programs and services. More than 250 civic, business, and ed'... Read More

KEARNEY—The Central Nebraska Veterans Memorial committee is excited to announce the plans for erecting a memorial next to the Central Nebraska Veterans Home in Kearney. This memorial will be a collection of stones honoring those who served, fought,'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— Nebraska State Bank has reopened their doors with the same great service, but a brand new look. Construction began earlier this year to redesign the bank that had seen some aging and was in need of a face lift. Now, thanks to the people'... Read More

MERNA— A rollover accident occurred near Merna on Wednesday, September 12. Merna Fire and Rescue was dispatched to a one vehicle rollover at approximately 7:14 P.M. west of Merna near highway 90. Merna Rescue 99 did transport the one occupant to'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— For those who were born in the early 1990’s, the memory of what happened may be a little fuzzy, but for others, September 11 is a date that will forever be embedded into our minds. Just saying the words, “September 11” or “Patri'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—The Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce was happy to welcome the Nebraska State Chamber to Broken Bow on Tuesday, September 11. Numerous members of the Broken Bow Chamber and media were in attendance at the event that was held at Adams Land a'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— The Broken Bow City Council approved the annual appropriation bill on Tuesday, September 11, at a little over $17 million, which is about $3 million less than last year. Also approved, in relation to the budget, was a tax request of $1.'... Read More