ARNOLD – The Arnold Rotary will be holding its annual pancake feed Thursday evening, March 23, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Arnold Community Center. The admission is by free-will donation, and all proceeds will go to support various community project'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Broken Bow Rotary Club was given a little extra to chew on at its monthly lunch meeting on Wednesday at noon. Roughly 20 Rotary members gathered in Melham Medical Center’s Conference Room A over lunch to listen to former Senator '... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Food Bank of the Heartland will once again return to Broken Bow, this time in the parking lot of the Berean Church at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 25. In keeping with recent tradition, food distribution will take place on a drive-t'... Read More

ARNOLD – The Arnold Recreation Area Lake currently has a vast amount of vegetation growth and a lack of water circulation. The unfortunate consequences include a foul smell and overgrown algae and moss that inhibit the use of the lake and surround'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Broken Bow School Board held its first meeting of spring on the first day of spring: Monday, March 20 in the high school board room at 6 p.m. Treasurer J.B. Atkins was absent and excused by the board. In his stead, board preside'... Read More

THEDFORD - A new Fire and Severe Weather Warning Siren has been installed in Thedford, according to a release from the Thedford Rural Fire District. The new Federal Signal Siren will effectively double the audible notification area of a previous s'... Read More

NORTH PLATTE – According to a release from the Nebraska Department of Transportation, work will resume today, March 20, on N-97 south of Mullen. Paulsen, Inc. of Cozad is the contractor for the project, which will include constructing asphalt cu'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Custer County Foundation wishes to remind all area businesses of the deadline to participate in this year’s Give 4 Custer County campaign.  The Custer County Foundation hosted this event in the summer of 2021 and over $213,000 w'... Read More

COZAD – Area 4-Hers took advantage of the sunny weather at the recent Beef Judging Clinic held at the Darr Feedlot Bull Development Center in Cozad. Sixteen 4-H youths and one clover kid from across the county participated. The educational oppor'... Read More

The 2023 state speech competition for classes D1 and D2 took place throughout the day on Friday. Competitors from Anselmo-Merna, Ansley, Arcadia, Arnold, Callaway, Hyannis, Loup County, McPherson County, Mullen, S-E-M, Sargent, and Stapleton were amo'... Read More

CALLAWAY – After discussions at both the January and February board meetings and an open community forum on the issue, the Callaway School Board has elected to not move forward with plans to extend the existing preschool to a full-day program. T'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Broken Bow School Board will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, March 20 at 6 p.m. in the high school’s board room. Along with the treasurer’s and claims reports, the board will hear district accolades as well as co'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The City of Broken Bow has announced a planned power outage for Friday, March 17 from 9 a.m. to noon. The affected areas will include North 10th Avenue to North 12th Avenue and North J Street to North L Street. The purpose of the ou'... Read More

LINCOLN  — Don’t leave roadway safety up to luck this St. Patrick’s Day. Nebraska State Troopers will be on patrol for impaired drivers this weekend as part of a nationwide enforcement effort for St. Patrick’s Day. “Impaired driving is '... Read More