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Chad’s journey home

August 22, 2012

The first day of school this week was especially meaningful for one Broken Bow High School senior and his family. Nearly 11 weeks after a horrific automobile accident nearly took his life, 17-year-old Chad Christensen is back in school - and he admits he looked forward to his first day this year more than he ever has before!

Birthright closes in Bow after 29 years

August 22, 2012

Nearly 30 years after opening their doors in Custer County, Birthright is closing its Broken Bow office.

Birthright was started in Broken Bow in October 1983, by a group of local women involved with Right to Life. The Birthright office was located in the basement of the hospital for the first 10 years or so, before moving to the second floor of the post office, where it has remained since.

Chief Justice offers his support

August 22, 2012

Just two days after presenting a proposal to the Custer County Board of Supervisors, a CEDC task force made nearly the same presentation for a new judicial center to Chief Justice Mike Heavican.

In an open meeting on the Custer College campus, task force chairperson Juliana Jenkins went over plans, preliminary architectural drawings and options for the construction of a judicial center in Broken Bow. The proposal is to build the center on the Custer Campus.

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