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February 4th, 2014

Basketball Scores, including girls sub-districts

February 4, 2014

Basketball Scores from Friday, February 21

BOYS BASKETBALL
Broken Bow 51, Minden 40
Gothenburg 53, Ogallala 37
Grand Island Central Catholic 63, St. Paul 47
Hemingford 70, Crawford 27
Holdrege 51, Aurora 49
Kearney Catholic 73, Adams Central 63
Ravenna 52, Ord 48
Sandhills/Thedford 67, Brady 51
SMC 52, Arthur County 46
South Loup 54, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 51, OT
Twin Loup 57, Mullen 55
Valentine 59, Gordon/Rushville 15
Wilcox-Hildreth 56, Amherst 51

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Holdrege 58, Aurora 30

Basketball scores from Thursday, February 20

BOYS BASKETBALL

February 2nd

Saturday, February 1, 2014, basketball scores

February 2, 2014

Saturday's Scores
The Associated Press

BOYS BASKETBALL
Banner County 50, Morrill 36
Beatrice 59, Ralston 42
Bridgeport 74, Kimball 57
Chadron 55, Douglas, S.D. 47
David City 45, Tri County 17
Hemingford 80, Edgemont, S.D. 30
Humphrey St. Francis 64, Lutheran High Northeast 58
Kearney 68, Omaha Northwest 56
Leyton 63, Crawford 38
Lincoln East 56, Millard South 52
Lincoln Southeast 57, Omaha Burke 56
McCook 53, Kearney Catholic 47
Norfolk 72, Millard North 56
Omaha Benson 63, Lincoln Northeast 42
Omaha Central 49, Omaha South 42
Omaha North 47, Grand Island 34

Relief sought for prison overcrowding

February 2, 2014

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Prison overcrowding is prompting lawmakers to take a new look at supervised release programs in Nebraska, along with reforms to the system that awards "good time" credit to reduce prison sentences.

Lawmakers will begin that work this week with a proposed overhaul measure of the state's overcrowded prisons, which have risen to 153 percent of their design capacity with nearly 4,900 inmates. Sen. Brad Ashford of Omaha, who is leading a state prison-reform effort, said Nebraska needs to expand community programs for inmates to help them return to society.

January 31st

State Fire Marshal warns of wildfire danger

January 31, 2014

According to the January 29th, Nebraska Fire Danger Map from the Nebraska Forest Service, the wildfire danger status for the majority of the counties in our state were either HIGH or VERY HIGH. The Nebraska Fire Danger Map is updated daily. A lack of moisture, recent high winds, and individuals failing to exercise the proper level of necessary caution is a combination for disaster and causes concern for the Nebraska Fire Service.

January 31, 2014: Today in Central Nebraska

January 31, 2014

Scheduled Today:

School Events:
* No events scheduled

Community Events:
* Business After Hours at the Sennett, Duncan, Jenkins & Wickham Firm starting at 5pm

For more information on the above events, check out the calendar found on the homepage of this website.

Today's Public Meetings & Conferences:
* No meetings scheduled for today

For more information on the above meetings, check out the Public Notice section of the Custer County Chief.

January 30th

January 30, 2014: Today in Central Nebraska

January 30, 2014

Scheduled Today:

School Events:
* 9th and 10th grade Girls Basketball vs. Minden starting at 5:00pm
* 9th and 10th grade Boys Basketball vs. Minden starting at 6:30pm

Community Events:
* Get Fit @ Your Library this Thursday at the Broken Bow Library from 5:30pm until 6:30pm

For more information on the above events, check out the calendar found on the homepage of this website.

Today's Public Meetings & Conferences:
* Regular Monthly Board of Directors Meeting of the Custer Public Power District at 10:00am, at the headquarters office

January 29th

January 29, 2014: Today in Central Nebraska

January 29, 2014

Scheduled Today:

School Events:
* Late Start

Community Events:
* "Estate Planning Made Easy" starting at 7pm at the Cobblestone Hotel Conference Room in Broken Bow

For more information on the above events, check out the calendar found on the homepage of this website.

Today's Public Meetings & Conferences:
* No meetings scheduled for today

For more information on the above meetings, check out the Public Notice section of the Custer County Chief.

January 28th

Opponents cite fund, advisory board as problems in Nebraska 911 Act bill

January 28, 2014

LINCOLN--Legislative bill 911 has a fitting name. It's the bill that would create the Nebraska 911 Act, aimed at addressing issues related to so-called "next- generation" emergency calls by texting or other electronic communications. It also would create a Next-Generation Advisory Council for the state's Public Service Commission.

January 28, 2014: Today in Central Nebraska

January 28, 2014

Scheduled Today:

School Events:
* No events today

Community Events:
* Rotary Speakers for January at the Prairie Pioneer Center starting at noon
* Optimist Soccer Sign-up & Spaghetti Feed at the Broken Bow Municipal Building starting at 5:00pm

For more information on the above events, check out the calendar found on the homepage of this website.

Today's Public Meetings & Conferences:
* Regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors, of Custer County, NE at 9:00am in the Supervisors Room of the Custer County Courthouse

January 27th

City Council to meet Tuesday

January 27, 2014

The Broken Bow City Council is scheduled to meet Tuesday, Jan. 28 at noon. Here is the short agenda for that meeting.

Open meeting at 12:00 Noon
Roll Call
Announcement of Posting of the Open Meeting Laws Act
Approval of Consent Agenda
• Minutes – January 14, 2014 Regular Council Meeting
• Minutes – January 13, 2014 Special Council Meeting
• Minutes – January 21, 2014 Special Council Meeting
• Claims – January 28, 2014

Street Superintendent Monte Clark
• Review of One and Six Year Plan

Mayor Cecil Burt

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