Five years ago on Feb. 16, the headline news for Broken Bow was Mark Sievering, the new superintendent for the school at the time, and his wife Dena are avid bike riders who had spent over 1,000 hours riding their bikes the past two summers.
Dreaming of warmer weather? Kids got to enjoy the new aquatic center on Memorial Day, 2012. Also featured in this issue was the addition of 50 wind turbines east of town. In total the turbines cost $145 million.
Who else wants a Texas Instruments Electronic Calculator for just $3.99? In 1977, this was offered with the purchase of a pair of Lee Jeans ranging in price from $20-$22. This ad appeared in a 1977 issue of The Chief.
The third annual Corn Fest was held where marching bands from 12 local schools participated in the festivities. A field competition between the bands was also on long schedule of events. Members of Broken Bow's class of 1988 homecoming royalty were also recognized on the front page.