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Third Thursday Held In Downtown Broken Bow

Yesterday Hannah Hundley joined us in our Kbear Studio to talk about Third Thursday's.

Will Cloud Cover Impact Our Viewing Of The Eclipse?

As Broken Bow residents prepare for the total eclipse on Monday the number one question is...Will we see it?

NEBRASKA PRISONS-LAWSUIT

Civil rights group sues Nebraska state prisons system

Matt Williams Announces Bid for Re-Election to District 36 (AUDIO)

GOTHENBURG - Earlier this week, State Senator Matt Williams of Gothenburg announced his re-election campaign, citing his experience in delivering results for the people of Nebraskas 36th District, which comprises Custer, Dawson and the northern third of

City Cleanup Continues After Severe Storms

Broken Bow City Administrator Brent Clark joined Kbear's Tyson Havranek for "Coffee And Conversation"

Civil Rights Group Sues Nebraska State Prisons System

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is following through with its promise to sue the state prisons system because it hasn't taken significant steps to remedy what the group calls inhumane conditions.

Union Pacific Laying Off Over 700 Workers

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Union Pacific is laying off 500 managers and 250 other railroad workers to reduce costs.

Nebraskaland Chiropractic Groundbreaking

Dr. Colby & Megan Howard turn the dirt at 551 South E Street, where construction will soon begin for Nebraskaland Chiropractic

Custer County Supervisors Award Bids for Bridge Projects

BROKEN BOW - The Custer County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Tuesday, August 15.

Gov. Ricketts' Weekly Column

Value-Added Investments Grow Agriculture By Governor Pete Ricketts Investments in the area of value-added agriculture are helping to grow our states number one industry.

Nebraska Farmers Encouraged to Submit Comments to the EPA Regarding WOTUS and RFS

LINCOLN - Nebraska corn farmers now have an opportunity to share their opinions with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on two issues impacting agricultural policy and regulation.

Severe Thunderstorm Brings Flooding, Hail Damage to Broken Bow (AUDIO)

BROKEN BOW - A severe thunderstorm bringing hail, heavy rain, damaging winds and flooding left its mark on Broken Bow Saturday night, August 12.

BBPD You Drink, You Drive, You Lose Campaign Starts This Week

BROKEN BOW - From August 18th through September 4, the Broken Bow Police Department will participate in a statewide You Drink, You Drive, You Lose Selective DUI Enforcement.

Nebraska Agency Sees Increased Environmental Grant Requests

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A Nebraska state agency that awards grants for environmental projects has logged another uptick in applications, and the executive director expects to see even more in the future as federal and private grants shrink.

NEST College Savings Fund Reaches Record Total

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska State Treasurer's office says assets of the NEST college savings plan have reached a record $4.5 billion.