BROKEN BOW--The first of three community tours/meetings welcomed the public on Tuesday, October 19 to view the current Broken Bow Public School facilities and ask questions regarding the bond project. The special election is scheduled for Tuesday,'... Read More

At approximately 3:57 PM CST on October 19, 2021 the Loup County Rural Fire  Department responded to a building explosion at 303 Murry Street. Upon arrival, firefighters determined a 2-story building had exploded and collapsed. The building used for'... Read More

Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol have arrested two people following a pursuit in Dawson and Lincoln Counties. At approximately 12:00 a.m. Tuesday, a trooper performed a traffic stop on a Toyota 4Runner for failing to stop at a stop sign after'... Read More

Continuing implementation of Nebraska Legislative Bill 572 will include the waivable citations for statute violations which becomes effective November 1, 2021. The citations will be used for several situations including sale, slaughter or disposal'... Read More

TAYLOR--The Nebraska State Fire Marshal is currently investigating an explosion that occurred the evening of Tuesday, October 19 in Taylor, Nebraska. Region 26 Emergency Management told KCNI/KBBN on Tuesday night there was "an incident in Taylor" th'... Read More

CALLAWAY--The Callaway Village Board regretfully accepted the resignation of Village Clerk Lanett Conroy at their regular meeting on Sept. 15, and immediately began the search for her replacement. Just 15 days later the new clerk had her first day on'... Read More

ARNOLD--Stapleton residents Mitch and Amber Tatman became the new owners of Triangle Lanes bowling alley in Arnold effective October 1, purchasing the business from long-time owners Dell and Chyrel Cerny. Both Mitch and Amber work in North Platte '... Read More

The deadline to submit grant applications to the Custer County Foundation is October 31, 2021.  The goal of the Custer County Foundation, Inc. is to improve the quality of life in the Custer County area by supporting the needs of all of the commu'... Read More

The University of Nebraska Medical Center welcomes 2,510 new students this fall as they make a commitment in the health professions and begin educational programs in Omaha, Lincoln, Kearney, Scottsbluff and Norfolk. Students are enrolled in programs '... Read More

The Oct. 23-24 statewide youth pheasant, quail, and partridge season for hunters ages 15 and younger provides an excellent opportunity to mentor new hunters. “Each fall, the youth season provides a great opportunity to get young family members and'... Read More

While thoroughly washing one’s hands has long been a key tenet of good hygiene, the practice has taken on increased urgency since COVID-19 began spreading worldwide. Global Handwashing Day, October 15, is a way to emphasize the urgency of this simp'... Read More

Car seats save lives, but only when they are installed correctly in vehicles. According to safekids.org, more than half of car seats are not used or installed correctly. Road injuries are the leading cause of preventable deaths and injuries to childr'... Read More

The Nebraska Craft Brewers Guild (NCBG), in conjunction with the Nebraska Craft Brewery Board, and ABE Beverage Equipment are sponsoring the second annual “Drink Local Month'' in October to bring awareness of the craft brewing industry in Nebraska.'... Read More

Governor Pete Ricketts has issued Executive Order (EO) 21-15 to increase access to needed health care services in Nebraska. EO 21-15 temporarily suspends various state statutes so that health care facility administrators and practitioners such as '... Read More