BROKEN BOW, Neb. (AP) â€” Authorities say a former state senator has died after his pickup collided with a semitrailer near Broken Bow in central Nebraska.
Govier Brothers Mortuary in Broken Bow says Howard Lamb, of Anselmo, died at a Kearney hospital on Tuesday. He was 91.
The accident occurred around 1:15 p.m. Monday, about a mile south of Broken Bow on Nebraska Highway 21. Custer County Sheriff Dan Osmond says Lamb was driving on the highway when he tried to turn into a private driveway but collided with the oncoming big rig.
It's that time again. Black Friday is widely considered the opening of the holiday shopping season. Determined shoppers wake up at the crack of dawn that morning to take advantage of sales. One thing has always remained constant about Black Friday, and about the holiday season in general: toys. Here's a look back at the playthings that have captivated children of all ages over the last 20 years. In 1996 - Tickle Me Elmo's that would giggle and shake. dominated Black Friday Sales. In 1998- the Furby sold out in most stores within minutes.
Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State and Notre Dame are the top four teams in the College Football Playoff rankings for a second straight week. See why the Tigers, Crimson Tide, Buckeyes and Fighting Irish deserve to be at the top of the rankings in this Fab Four Rewind
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In honor of Veterans Day we are throwing back to the November 15, 1979 issue of the Custer County Chief.
Member of the Broken Bow Veterans of Foregin Wars color guard were on hand early Monday morning as part of the city's Veterans Day festivities. Standing (l-r) are Bill Mohatt, John Birnie, Jim Mayo and Al Brand.
Several local residents were on hand to mark the occasion which honors those people who have sacrificially served our county to preserve its freedom.