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Board Of Supervisors Raise Pay For County Officials

County Board Of Supervisors Vote In Favor Of Salary Increases For County Officials

Grasz Confirmed By Senate

Senator Sasse Applauds Nomination of Grasz

State Solar Farm Dedicated This Week

The largest solar farm in Nebraska has started operations.

Marrow Donor Registry Drive Wednesday

The Melham Medical Center is putting together a Bone Marrow Donor Registry Drive

You Drink You Drive You Lose

From December 15th through January 1, 2018, the Broken Bow Police Department will participate in a statewide You Drink, You Drive, You Lose

Beatrice School Board Chooses Ord Superintendent

The Beatrice school board wants to hire Ord's superintendent to lead its district.

Sandhills Bouncing Back From 2012 Wildfires

Thats the finding of researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

CORN CROP-WIND DAMAGE

Strong winds at bad time diminish Nebraska corn crop

Library Construction Continues, As Does Need For Funding

Open House For VIP's(donors) 1-26, Open house for public 1-27.

Congress Passes Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act.

The Measure Now Heads To The Senate.

Policy On Property Taxes, Trade, Discussed At Farm Bureau Annual Meeting

Delegates discussed a wide range of agricultural policy issues to provide direction for the organization.

High Speed Pursuit In Broken Bow

Two people are in custody after a Broken Bow Police Officer attempted to initiate a traffic stop in the early hours of December 7, 2017 in Broken Bow.

Coffee And Conversation: Muddy Creek Plan Passes

City Administrator Brent Clark Discusses Latest on Trail Master Plan with Tyson Havranek

New Police Officer For Broken Bow To Graduate Friday

David Taylor III To Graduate Friday

Nearly $1 Million In Grants Awarded To Central Nebraska

$991,867 in total grant funds awarded to communities in Central Nebraska