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Council considers ATV city ordinance

September 26, 2011

All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) drivers, the Broken Bow City Council is looking at a new ordinance which would allow the use of these types of vehicles on its city streets.
The ordinance would require the driver to carry at least a Class O or Farm Permit and to carry proper insurance.
The council discussed possibility at its Monday meeting as well as putting the first reading on the books of Ordinance 1106. The second reading will be it its next meeting, rescheduled from the Columbus Day holiday to Tuesday Oct. 11, beginning at noon in the Broken Bow Municipal Auditorium.

Citizenship is a long, tough road

September 26, 2011

BEATRICE - The United States welcomed 60 new citizens Sept. 16, during a swearing in ceremony that marked the end of a long journey for most, but also the start of a new life.
They came from across the globe, born in 38 different countries, speaking as many languages, with as many stories of their long, hard journey, and as many reasons why the day was so very special.

Custer Campus serves as Mid Plains model

September 26, 2011

Broken Bow’s Custer Campus, and Mid Plains Community College campus was given the opportunity to shine Monday. Community leaders from Ogallala were in town to tour the campus and talk to project promoters R.J. Thomas and Jerry Adams about the community’s vision.
Mid Plains has been working with Ogallala to build an onsite campus in their community. The building has been purchased and plans developed. Dr. Chipps set up the tour, he said, to ‘recharge’ project energies.

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