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July 10th, 2015
This weekend in Broken Bow All School Alumni Weekend, D.C. Lynch Carnival and The Road to Recovery Ride Benefit for Deb Sonnichsen.
Litchfield Old Settlers Picnic and All School Alumni is this weekend.
Arnold is hosting a motorcycle rally Saturday and Sunday.
Check out our calendar of events for more information.
This pictures was in our July 13, 1995 issue. It is a picture from Crazy Days in Broken Bow.
Winners of the Broken Bow Crazy Days dress-up contest were Ruby Leck, first, center, Chalice Griess, second, in back, and third went to, from left, Diane Ellingson and Mary Sullens, and Janet Coble at right. The theme of the Crazy Days was the Gold Rush.
WASHINGTON (AP) â€” A House panel has issued a subpoena to Secretary of State John Kerry for department documents, reports and letters related to the contentious push to build the Keystone XL pipeline.
Republicans on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee announced the subpoena on Wednesday.
The $8 billion pipeline would transport oil harvested from Canada's tar sands to pipelines linked to refineries on the Gulf of Mexico.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Nebraska residents who receive unemployment benefits would be required to devise and stick to plans for finding work or risk losing lose those benefits, under a new program announced by the governor.
We did a little cleaning in the office and found a few pictures. If you know the people in the pictures please let them know so they can stop in the office to pick it up.
Top row left to right: SSG Rebecca Cool, no name dated January 2008 and BBHS 1991.
Middle row left to right: Jerry Kleeb, Operation Hero Flight (2 pictures on same sheet; memorial (middle row) and group (bottom row)) and BBHS 1961.
Bottom row left to right: WWII Memorial, Operation Hero Flight (2 pictures on same sheet; memorial (middle row) and group (bottom row)) and Cub Scouts in 2005 Custer County Fair Parade.
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (AP) â€” Lincoln County Sheriff Jerome Kramer says car that carried two teenagers into the rushing waters of the South Platte River has been recovered with two bodies inside.
Rescuers pulled the car from the river Tuesday morning after building a temporary road to allow an excavator to approach the car.
Kramer says dental records will be used to identify the bodies found in the car over the next few days.
Late Monday afternoon, Custer Public Power District crews detected an issue within the Haumont Substation, that left unattended may lead to wide spread outage issues. In order to reduce possible damage and minimize the length of time and number of customers affected, Custer Power will be having a planned outage from approximately 9:00 am to noon on Tuesday July 7. The outage will affect only those customers whose irrigation service is fed from the Haumont Substation located near Weissert one mile north of Highway 70 near the junction of Highway 183.
Pictures from our unclaimed photographs basket. If you know who these belong to, call them to see if they would like to stop in our office to get them.
The top picture has Wilma French written on it. Bottom left picture has Faye Kleeb written on it, middle picture Dave Green, and right picture KylieDean Ogle.
If you have a picture that you have dropped off and never picked up, stop by the office to look through our unclaimed basket.
We are open Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM
The University of Nebraska Medical Center/Nebraska Medicine, in collaboration with Emory University in Atlanta and Bellevue Hospital Center in New York City, have been awarded a $12 million grant by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to establish and co-lead the nation?s National Ebola Training and Education Center (NETEC).
LINCOLN, Neb. (July 2, 2015) â€” The 2015 State Games of America (SGA) in Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska is officially the largest SGA event since the inception of the games in 1999. So far, 13,119 competitors from 47 states and the District of Columbia have entered, surpassing the previous record of 10,803 entries at the 2007 SGA in Colorado Springs. SGA officials say they will continue to accept online entries for most sports at SGA2015.com.