GRAND ISLAND — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) have arrested two people and seized 381 pounds of marijuana during two separate traffic stops in Hamilton County. The two stops happened within five minutes of each other in different par'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—“Great to get out of the Lincoln bubble” is how Kenny Zoeller described the county convention tour. Zoeller serves as the Nebraska Republican Party Executive Director; he and his team will be touring 66 counties in nine days. (Other '... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Students at the University of Nebraska, Kearney (UNK) are conducting a research survey for the city of Broken Bow. The purpose of the survey is to obtain public input from residents regarding various recreational facilities, both present'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Local book discussion group, Simple Living, has decided to celebrate this month’s Earth Day and Arbor Day holidays by giving away free trees. The members of Simple Living received a community service grant from Thrivent Financial an'... Read More

LINCOLN — Nebraska lawmakers advanced a bill Tuesday that shields records of gun purchases and permits from public inspection. Senators voted 32-0 to advance Legislative Bill 902 to the second of three rounds of debate. Fourteen senato'... Read More

BROKEN BOW--The Nebraska Republican Party (NEGOP) is in the midst of hosting conventions across the state. A convention will be held in Custer County on Wednesday, April 4 at 12 p.m. at the Cobblestone Hotel (2750 South 27th Avenue, Broken Bow, NE 68'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—During Monday evening’s work session the Broken Bow School Board addressed an administrator comp study of 12 other Nebraska school districts and contracts based on a 12-month year (click here to view the agenda with attachments of comp'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Park Board members Lindsay Divan and Jeff Oeltjen and city clerk Stephanie Wright met for the monthly meeting on Monday evening. Due to lack of quorum, no votes were taken but many items were discussed with Parks Superintendent Darren Ma'... Read More

ARNOLD—Approximately 2:30 a.m. on Sunday (April 1), a semi-truck with trailer rolled over on Highway 92 near Arnold and County Road 420. Forty-four-year-old Florida man David M. Johnson was heading west on Highway 92 when the truck ran off the road'... Read More

WASHINGTON -- Farm country knew trade retaliation was inevitable, but that doesn’t make a round of Chinese tariffs sting any less. In response to the Trump administration's new U.S. taxes on Chinese steel and aluminum, China counterpun'... Read More

UPDATE: BROKEN BOW--Local McDonald’s owner Greg Hall said the fire started after a fryer malfunctioned as an employee was performing a daily filtering and cleaning. The fire suppression system and a fire extinguisher were activated but were not'... Read More

UPDATE as of Monday, April 2, 2018 ARNOLD—A kitchen fire that broke out during the early hours of March 27 at Jim’s Bar is now under an arson investigation. Arnold Fire Chief Eric Nelson confirmed a kitchen fire occurred at the longtime bar an'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—No April Fool’s joke here. A snowy, Easter Sunday morning began with a grease fire at the McDonald’s in Broken Bow. Fire and EMS Coordinator Andy Holland said a grease fire started in the kitchen area of the restaurant around 7 a.m. '... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Come one, come all, and come hungry to the 12th annual Sylvester’s Chili Cook-off and benefit auction on Saturday, April 7th. Fred and Jeanne Schumacher have seen up to 49 chili entries for this event and love to support local organiz'... Read More