Broken Bow High School put on a double feature play, April 7, 1967. The students had a lot of fun as you can see in the pictures here. The plots revolved around a ghost and a tomboy.
The Lady Trojans won the 1997 D2 State Basketball title nearly 20 years ago.
If you cannot read the print for the prices here is a list:
Tour Car $360
Town Car $595
"Remember, Ford owners drive their cars all the year around."
Does anyone remember this?
Construction on Heritage Homes, north of the Jennie M. Melham Medical Center, is still underway at this point in time.
A safety warning by the Chief of Police, J.H. Henry, to not exceed speeds of 12 MPH when traveling by automobile.
The Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway Interpretive Center was once a historic barn located west of Broken Bow. It was moved to its current location east of town on Dec. 6, 2007.
Jordan Marsh, of Ansley, survived a car crash on Nov. 13, 2012. when she was traveling back to college from her parents' home. Marsh had to be flown to Omaha where she received surgery for multiple injuries.
This week we throw back to the December 31, 1962 issue of the Custer County Chief.
Tomahawk Park Skating Rink is Ready.
This week we throw back to the December 20, 1962 issue of the Custer County Chief.
Bring on the Reindeer!