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Ansley celebration this weekend

June 19, 2013

Ansley’s annual Muddy Creek Celebration is one of the highlights of the year in Custer County. This year’s activities are planned for June 21-25, with a dance and poker tournament kicking things off. Activities throughout the weekend include mud drags, fishing tournament, paddle boats, bbq, and much more! There will also be a carnival the 24th and 25th.

The schedule of events for the Muddy Creek Celebration is as follows:
Friday, June 21st
Teen Dance, Lowe Note Karaokee & DJ
7 pm Poker Tournament
City Wide Garage Sale

Saturday June 22nd

Pool remains open and warm, despite leak

June 19, 2013

With swimming season in full gear kids and adults are flocking to the Broken Bow pool, despite a confirmed leak in the less than 2-year-old structure.
City Administrator David Varley says the city first became aware of the leak when they noticed more water spilling into the final drainage system than normal. Since discovering the leak, the city has been maintaining a close eye on the situation and regularly monitoring the volume of water loss.

Cyclists to visit Custer County tomorrow

June 19, 2013

Since 1988, more than 200 bicyclists each year have taken four or five days out of their schedules to enjoy a ride together across various parts of Nebraska. This year, Tour de Nebraska will be coming our way, and some Custer County organizations are making sure we are ready.
This year’s tour began Wednesday, June 19, and will conclude Sunday, June 23, with planned stops in Westerville, Broken Bow and Callaway.