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July 20th, 2015
LINCOLN â€“ In a special meeting of the Nebraska School Activities Association Board of Directors on Friday, July 17, the Board voted to hire Dr. Jim Tenopir to serve as interim NSAA Executive Director.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Nebraska's natural resources districts have planted 95 million trees since they were created in 1972.
The Nebraska Association of Resources Districts says the districts have planted more than 800,000 so far this year. Most were planted on private property to help conserve and protect land.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Nebraska lawmakers are once again looking to lower property taxes, but this time they're turning to the single largest expense on landowners' tax bills: school funding.
Senators will launch a review of the state's school-aid formula next month to consider new funding options, including a possible boost in state aid or new revenue sources that would allow school districts to lower their levies.
The study is a joint effort of the Legislature's Education and Revenue committees, which will convene in hopes of creating new proposals for next year's session.
Campus Insiders presents 50 reasons why we can't wait for College Footballâ€™s return, from high-flying QBs to cuddly mascots to coaches getting loose in the locker room.
With the 2015 Custer County Fair starting this week, we throwback to the August 7, 1997 issue of the Custer County Fair.
The 4-H Fashion Revue draws a number of participants.
Top right picture; Laurie Smith and Aimee Anderson were the grand champions in the style revue. They will represent Custer County 4-Hers at the state fair.
Middle picture; Finalists in the senior division of the style revue included, from left, Becky Schweitzer, Jill Adams, Troy Bredthauer, Cristine Griebel, Alissa Slagle, Katy Johnson, Lindsey Peterson and Abbey Slagle.
Texas kicker nails an 80-yard field goal
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Top right picture has Minden SWC written on the back.
Bottom right picture has Hanson written on the back.
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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Some of Nebraska's groundwater regulators are joining forces to ensure that their districts' long-term water supply remains sustainable in dry years.
The Middle Niobrara Natural Resources District board said last week that it has partnered with four neighboring districts within the Niobrara River basin. The river is a popular spot for tourists in an area covering a large portion of northern Nebraska.
Pearson Physical Therapy's Stride Clinic is Tuesday from 3-7 p.m. at 2021 South E Street Broken Bow.
The Custer County Fair starts on Thursday with the Fashion Show beginning at 7 p.m.
See our calendar of events for a schedule of the Fair.
The City of Broken Bow has two vacancies for the Planning Commission Board. This vacancy will have a three year term. Duties for the Planning Commission are making and adopting plans for the physical development of the city. The commission prepares and adopts a capital improvement program, subdivision regulations, building codes, and zoning ordinances. They may grant conditional uses or special exceptions to property owners for the special or conditional use of their property if it is among those uses specifically identified in the zoning ordinance.