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October 24th, 2013
The Custer County Corn Growers are asking for your help.
The railroad crossing near The Andersons east of Anselmo is a fatality waiting to happen. It isn't a matter of if, for the Custer County Corn Growers, they say it is a matter of when.
The railroad, Burlington Northern SantÃ© Fe, and the Nebraska Department of Roads want the crossing closed but the residents of the area, with special emphasis on emergency fire and rescue crews, say it needs to remain open for the safety of the community.
Columbus, Neb. â€“ The Nebraska Public Power District plans to issue approximately $140 million of fixed-rate, tax-exempt bonds on October 29, 2013. The bond sale will include an order period for retail and institutional investors.
Proceeds from the bond sale will be used to refund a portion of the outstanding General Revenue Bonds. The proceeds will also be used to pay financing costs.
It is currently anticipated that the bonds will be issued in $5,000 denominations or any integral multiple thereof.
*FFA National Convention in Louisville, KY
*Nothing at this time
For more information on the above events, check out the calendar found on the homepage of this website.
Today's Public Meetings and Conferences:
*There are no Public Meetings today, however check back with us tomorrow for more public meeting information.
For more information on the above meetings, check out the Public Notice section of the Custer County Chief.
Halsey â€“ The Bessey Ranger District campgrounds near Halsey have all been reopened for use as of Thursday. Because of the colder temperatures, the water to the showers and campsites at the main campground has been shut off to protect the system from freezing.
Issue: Supervisors and Nebraska Department of Roads at impasse.
Help Requested: Custer County Corn Growers launch petition
asking for the publicâ€™s help to bring about the needed change.
Hereâ€™s How: To sign the petition look at the top right hand corner of this website (www.custercountychief.com) and click on Hot Topics.
The Story: Thereâ€™s a railroad crossing in Custer County that is a tragedy waiting to happen. If you ask the local corn growers, it isnâ€™t a matter of if, it is a matter of when.
Columbus, Neb. â€“ Nebraska Public Power District is warning customers of a phone scam spreading across the country in an attempt to defraud customers of electric utilities.
Nebraska State Bank & Trust Company donated their former bank building in Oconto to The Village of Oconto Friday, October 4, 2013. At this time, the village plans to rent the building as office space for local businesses. Pictured from left are Stuart Fox, President for Nebraska State Bank & Trust Co, Jim Rempe, Chairman of the Oconto Village Board and Karen Dockweiler, Oconto Village Board Member and Receptionist for Nebraska State Bank & Trust Co.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) â€” Jacob Quick is a fat and happy 4-month-old with a big and expensive appetite. Like millions of other poor women, Jacob's mother relies on the federal Women, Infants and Children program to pay for infant formula â€” aid that is now jeopardized by the government shutdown.
Pennsylvania and other states say they can operate WIC at least through the end of October, easing fears among officials that it would run out of money within days. But advocates and others worry what will happen if the shutdown drags on beyond that.
Itâ€™s Homecoming Week in Broken Bow - and with that Broken Bow High School has announced this yearâ€™s candidates for Homecoming king and queen. They are, from left: Zac Jones and Hannah Evans - representing choir; Marcus Miller and Jill Oatman - representing B-Club; Jordan Lemburg and Jessica Schaaf - representing band; Evan Rose and Ashley Kirkpatrick - representing career and tech; Jaden Garey and Julia Loy - representing the faculty; Jeremy Christner and Morgan Hueftle - representing the senior class; and Austin Rose and Emmalea Rice - representing fine arts.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month has been one of the most successful campaigns to raise public awareness in recent history. Unfortunately, in terms of successfully reducing breast-cancer mortality, the results have been mixed, which has caused fierce debate among doctors, researchers, non-profit groups and patients.