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Correspondent works to keep rural community alive

September 20, 2012

SOMERFORD - - In the world of media, there is one thing that sets small town papers apart - community news. Who the Smith’s had over for dinner Sunday may not be important to folks in the city - but in this neck of the woods it is.

Nebraska represented by Custer Co. delegate

September 20, 2012

MERNA - - The Republican National Convention was filled with rally speeches from high profile people, and days filled with events designed to fire up the party members in attendance. One of those party members, serving as a Nebraska delegate to the convention, was Craig Safranek of Merna.
Craig was only in junior high in 1984, when a teacher got him interested in the presidential election. He remembers watching Ronald Reagan, and being fascinated by the fact that one man could have such a profound affect on the nation and the world.

Kujath resigns: Board approves budget, Votes to lower levy

September 20, 2012

With much regret, the Broken Bow Board of Education accepted the resignation of High School/Middle School Principal Ken Kujath Monday evening, effective July 31, 2013.
Kujath will finish the year at Broken Bow, and says he only submitted his resignation this early to give the board ample time to secure a replacement.
He will have served the Broken Bow school district for seven years, and will be taking advantage of the teacher retirement plan.
“I really love what I do. I am doing this now for my family’s long-term security,” Kujath explained.

NE Diplomats honor Broken Bow

September 20, 2012

LINCOLN -- Broken Bow received top honors Friday from the Nebraska Diplomats, the non-governmental arm of the Nebraska Department of Economic Development, as the Governor Dave Heineman and Nebraska Diplomat President Jeffrey Scherer presented Broken Bow Mayor Cecil Burt with one of two Community of the Year awards. The community of Wisner was also so honored.
“It is a tremendous honor,” reflected Custer Economic Development President Melissa Garcia. “It is an amazing validation of what the people of Broken Bow have worked so hard on for the past several years.”

Weekend fire destroys two buildings near Bow

September 20, 2012

The Broken Bow Volunteer Fire Department was called to the scene of a grass fire Sept. 15, northwest of Broken Bow.
According to Andy Holland of the BBVFD, the department was called at 11:45 a.m. Saturday morning, and responded with three grass rigs, the pumper truck, an ambulance and a tanker, along with 16 fire fighters and three EMTs. Broken Bow also called Callaway, Merna and Anselmo on mutual aid.

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