Headlines from the May 11, 2017 Custer County Chief

Staff Writer

If you didn't get a printed copy or an online edition of the May 4, 2017 Custer County Chief, here are some headlines you missed

* Following family footsteps - Four generations chose nursing
* New owners for McDonald's
* Cattlemen's Ball to bring thousands to Custer County
* Retirement well deserved for long-time Bow beautician
* Ribbon cutting for Cornerstone Estates
* Good turnout for tree planting at fairgrounds
* Salvation Army gives $5,000
* Ansley seniors celebrate bonds during graduation
* S.E.M. graduates celebrate seventeen
* Litchfield High School graduates eleven seniors
* Young Broken Bow Golf team wins SWC
* Broken Bow honors athletes at Spring Program
* Reynolds wins Mark Russell MVP Award
* Moon of Sargent secures spot at nationals
* 2017 Optimistic Soccer Teams

There were also articles on
* An entrepreneurship class in Thedford
* A day of compassion and courage at Ord schools
* Ansley FFA, students learning financial literary
* Volunteer efforts of Thedford students
* Broken Bow academic awards
* Superheros of the Sandhills
* Nebraska All-Star Volleyball teams
* High school rodeo at Burwell
* Area track results

All this along with obituaries, classified ads, legal information and advertising can be found in the May 4, 2017 issue of the Custer County Chief, either in print or via an online subscription.