Hunting is one of the safest activities you can enjoy. Education classes and an emphasis on limiting risks have made sure of that. There’s just one caveat, says Jeff Rawlinson, the assistant administrator for communication for'... Read More

LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will release rooster pheasants at 14 wildlife management areas in time for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The 14 areas are: Oak Valley (Madison County), Wilkinson (Platte County), She'... Read More

The Broken Bow Indians had 8 players named to the C1-7 All District football team. Drew Drake (OL), Josh Harvey (WR), and Kevin Linn (Athlete) represent Broken Bow on the All District - Offense. Joining them are: Offensive Line : Pat Hudson (Gothenb'... Read More

Broken Bow senior and outside hitter Debora Crippa was voted first team all southwest conference volleyball for the 2017 season. Crippa is joined on the first team by Jensen Rowse of Minden ; Diana Reed and Lily Fair of Ogallala ; Riley Sis of McCoo'... Read More

The South Loup Bobcats will face East Butler for the Class D1 state championship Monday at Lincoln's Memorial Stadium. The Bobcats are 12-0 and have advanced through the playoffs with wins against Dundy County-Stratton (48-22), Elm Creek (36-22), CWC'... Read More

The Wayne State Rugby men's and women's teams moved a step closer to a potential national title in the National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) tournament last Sunday at the Wayne Rugby Park. The women's team moved forward in its defense of '... Read More

Senior Kirsten Staab, a setter for the Broken Bow Indians has accomplished her dream of playing collegiate volleyball. Monday, that dream came true as she has officially signed with the Hastings College Broncos....'... Read More

The Mullen Broncos lost to Blue Hill in the Class D2 state semifinals 42-30. The Broncos fell behind 21-0 at the half and would see their second half comeback fall just a bit short. Mullen ends their season at 11-1. Blue Hill will play Bruning Dav'... Read More

The South Loup Bobcats are headed to Lincoln to play for the Class D1 state football championship. The Bobcats defeated Medicine Valley in the state semifinals 34-14. The game was much closer than the score might indicate. After each team scored on t'... Read More

TOP 10, Rec., Prv 1. Omaha Marian, 38-2, 1 2. Omaha Skutt, 35-8, 2 3. Millard North, 27-13, 3 4. Papillion-La Vista, 26-12, 4 5. Lincoln Southwest, 30-4, 5 6. Papillion-La Vista South, 30-10, 7 '... Read More

Rainy weather Saturday didn’t hurt the opening weekend of Nebraska’s firearm deer season. Nebraska Game and Parks staff checked in nearly 19,000 deer. That’s a 4 percent increase in the northwest and southeast and a 5 percent incre'... Read More

Concussions contributed to a slight decline in the number of high school football players in Nebraska this year, and it appears likely that concussion concerns will increasingly affect participation in coming years. But some coaches and athletic d'... Read More

The South Loup Bobcats will host Medicine Valley Monday evening in the Class D1 state football semifinals.  Both teams are undefeated at 11-0.  South Loup's run through the playoffs has included wins against Dundy County Stratton (48-22), Elm Creek'... Read More

The Mullen Lady Broncos were defeated by top seed Ewing in the opening round of the Class D2 state volleyball tournament. Ewing won in straight sets 25-17, 25-16, 25-20. Ewing was led by Bailey Schindler who finished with 18 kills and Miranda Summers'... Read More