August 28th, 2015
We're one week away from college football, so Campus Insiders' Ray Crawford and Pete Fiutak are answering the questions you want answered. In this 7 On 7, find out who stands in the way of Ohio State winning back to back championships.
This weekend is the 2015 Popcorn Days in North Loup and the Fall Festival in Arnold.
On Sunday is the Grit 'n' Gumption at the Custer County Museum in Broken Bow.
Broken Bow Indian Volleyball scrimmage is Thursday, August 27th at 6:00 p.m. in the Broken Bow High School gymnasium.
This week we throwback to August 28, 1975.
The Daughters of American Revolution hold Boston Tea Party in honor of the American Revolution Bicentennial year. The event was at the Municipal Building in Broken Bow.
The theme for the Bicentennial year was "Preserve Your Heritage."
Rep. Adrian Smith visited the Custer County Chief office Wednesday afternoon. He got a tour of our building and got to see the press room on press day.
A 2 vehicle accident occurred Tuesday afternoon east of the Custer County Fairgrounds in Broken Bow.
The Sheriff's Department is in charge of the investigation.
Highway 70 has been closed to through traffic due to this accident.
These photos are in our unclaimed basket. The picture on the left has Adam Wayne Hogg written on it and the picture on the right has Shaun Johnson written on it.
If know the people in these pictures please let them know so they can stop in to pick them up.
If you think you may have a picture in our unclaimed basket stop in the office to take a look.
Tuesday, Aug 25 is the 13th Annual Runza Great Books for Great Kids Fundraiser.
Thursday, Aug 27 Merna is having a blood drive.
Friday, Aug 28 there will be a blood drive in Ansley.
See our calendar of events for more information on these events and to see what else is happening in your area.
We've got some great ways you can make your kid a healthy lunch they'll love.
Friday is the Broken Bow High School Football Scrimmage at 7 p.m.
Saturday the Demolition Derby will begin at 5 p.m. at the Custer County Fairgrounds.