They seem to defy the laws of physics with their eye-popping catches and bursts of speed that would make even The Flash envious. Now, these five receiving marvels are primed to create havoc once again on opposing secondaries across the land. Blink and you may miss these human blurs in action... which is why this Campus Insiders hype video slows them down so you can enjoy their highlights.
We still have Chief mugs from last years subscription promotion in our back room.
The following people have a mug:
Larry or Patricia Peters, Maxine Peters, Ron and Shelly Albrecht of Dunning, Pete Boyer of Mullen, Sandhills Pottery of Dunning, Gerry Aschwege of Mullen and Jill Strong of Grand Island.
Please stop in the office to pick up your mugs.
Wednesday morning the Chamber staff noticed vandalism in front of their buidling on the east side of the Square. The barrel of flowers that sits outside was heavy, so it would have taken some effort to upset it. The worst part was the burnt flag left in the window.
The Chamber Office have spoken with police.
The staff would like to give a big thank you to our President Todd Lundstrom, who was able to come right away and help clean it up.
August 8 and 9 was the first NHSRA 2015-2016 fall rodeo at Bassett.
Saturdays's Boys All Around Champion was Jt Bradley of Brewster. Maddee Doerr of Creighton was Girls All Around on Saturday. Boyd Sawyer of Thedford was Sunday's Boys All Around Champion. The Girls All Around Champion for Sunday was Brittni McCully of Mullen.
JT Bradley of Brewster won the saddle for the All Around Cowboy for the weekend and Jayde Atkins of Broken Bow won the saddle for the All Around Cowgirl.
A new detour for the 5th Avenue Construction Project will begin Tuesday, August 11. The 5th Avenue and Memorial Drive intersection will only be open to east bound traffic. All other traffic will be detoured to South E Street/HWY 2.
The Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry will be in Broken Bow on Tuesday.
Thursday there is a Diaper Depot Fundraiser in Broken Bow.
See our calendar of events for more information and to see what other events are going on in your area.
Broken Bow, NE - The city of Broken Bow would like to announce that the 5th Avenue Project is moving forward smoothly. The project has now reached the 5th Avenue and Memorial Drive Construction Phase. Beginning on Tuesday, August 11th at 7:00 a.m. the intersection at 5th Avenue and Memorial Drive will be closed to one-way traffic only.