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Promoter says Festivals are delayed, but not dead

July 27, 2011

Bill Kann, chief executive officer of Comstock Music Festivals, says he is not giving up on bringing back the magic he fell in love with years ago in Comstock. And he is asking the legions of fans who have grown to love the festivals not to give up either.
Kann and festivals general manager Glen Zacek have cooperated with the Chief in recent weeks to provide as timely and accurate information as possible. They released the following exclusive press release just yesterday.

Investors ask ‘where’s the money?’

July 27, 2011

While the Comstock Country Music Festival organizers continue asking for patience, investors in last year’s festival say their patience is wearing very thin. They say they are still waiting for their money, and have serious doubts about the future of the festival

Broken Bow making tourney noise

July 27, 2011

GOTHENBURG--The Broken Bow Senior Baseball team played for the B-6 Area Tournament Championship Wednesday night against McCook in Gothenburg. Broken Bow looks to avenge an earlier loss to McCook. Broken Bow beat Gothenburg 9-3 to advance to the championship game.
Broken Bow will need to beat McCook twice to advance to the state tournament in Central City. Full recap and stats will be in next week’s Custer County Chief.
Fourth-seed Broken Bow faced first-seed Gothenburg in the second game of the winner’s bracket and upset Gothenburg 11-4.

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