LINCOLN – The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Center for Agricultural Profitability will present a workshop in Grand Island for those who have inherited or received farmland and want to learn more about the best strategies for managing and ownin'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Custer County Ag Society held their August meeting on Thursday, the 11 on the fairgrounds in the midst of the county fair’s settling dust. Monthly bills were approved, and committee reports were heard. Troy Walz of the Custer '... Read More

BROKEN BOW – Seventeen 4-Hers from Broken Bow were crowned county fair champions, Best of Show, or reserve champions across in their respective competitions at the recent Custer County Fair. Ava Williams of the Creative Kids Club took home a wal'... Read More

OGALLALA - Those interested in learning how to pilot a plane will have the opportunity to do so through the Mid-Plains Community College Ogallala Campus. A Private Pilot Certificate Preparation class has been added to the lineup of course offering'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – It’s tough to talk about money. It’s doubly tough when the money isn’t yours, and triply tough when the money-not-yours takes all the fingers of Custer County, and then some, to tally. We should count our blessings, then, for '... Read More

COZAD—The Comeca Camp and Retreat Center was founded in 1950 and has held an annual summer gathering ever since. Previously known as the “Buffalo BBQ,” the 72nd annual cookout will take place on Saturday, August 13 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. with free'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Custer County Ag Society will hold its regular meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 11, 2022, at the Shooting Sports Building on the Custer County Fairgrounds. A recap and discussion of the past week’s county fair is expected'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Arrow Artists will be welcoming children’s book author and illustrator Paula Warner to the Broken Bow Public Library on Tuesday, August 16 at 2 p.m. Warner, former Burwell art teacher, is now the author of “Introducing Sandy'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Broken Bow City Council kicked off its August in its trademark fashion: a 6 p.m. Tuesday meeting at the Municipal Building. Three council members were present: Councilman Miller, Councilman Baltz, and Council President Schmidt. '... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Custer County Board of Supervisors held a 9 a.m. marathon meeting to commemorate the final full month of summer; it lasted a walloping three hours and seven minutes, adjourning at 12:07 p.m. All seven members from all seven distric'... Read More

GRAND ISLAND - Congressman Adrian Smith will be sending congressional caseworkers to several locations throughout the third district in the coming weeks, Taylor and Brewster included. The initiative is part of the ongoing "Caseworker in Your Communit'... Read More

According to the Nebraska Department of Transportation, work started today (Monday, August 8) on I-80 near Sutherland and Gothenburg. Watts Electric Company, of Waverly, Neb. is the prime contractor. Work includes installing overhead electronic me'... Read More

ANSLEY – The Village of Ansley is planning a power outage that will affect the whole town on Wednesday, August 10. The outage will start at 9 a.m. and last until 11:30 a.m. if all goes as planned. According to a statement released by Ansley, the'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The Salvation Army’s 2022 Backpack Giveaway was a resounding success, put mildly. The August 3 annual event geared 163 area students for the upcoming school year, which begins in a matter of days. Held at the Municipal Buildin'... Read More