No Decision Made in Setting Recall Election Date for BBPS Board Member Carl French

BROKEN BOW--"Taken under advisement:" The Broken Bow School Board recall debate continues after Wednesday morning’s hearing in District Court, where two separate statutes have potentially been viola... Read More

Arrest Made After Man Run Over at Party

STANTON - A Norfolk man is in jail facing a felony charge after an accident at a party over the weekend. Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger says 20-year old Evan Cook was arrested Wednesday morning. Sheriff Unger says Cook was behind the wheel of a... Read More

Columbus Youth Philanthropy Contest Open for Entries

COLUMBUS - A fifth annual contest for Columbus youth philanthropists is now open for applications. A press release says children and young adults age 5-21 are allowed to enter into the contest, and apply for a grant of up to $1,000. The grant mone... Read More

BOV Donating $11,000 to Local Schools

COLUMBUS - Bank of the Valley is set to donate a total of $11,000 to 8 different local schools. Schools receiving donations include Humphrey Public Schools, Scotus Central Catholic, Humphrey St. Francis, Lakeview Community Schools, David City Publ... Read More

Vehicles Suffer Heavy Damage in Collision Near Lake North

COLUMBUS - Two vehicles suffered heavy damage, and two were cited in an accident near Lake North. Platte County Sheriff's Reports say the office was called to the accident at the intersection of 18th Avenue and 83rd Street north of Columbus. Sheri... Read More

Round Valley Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast Comes to Broken Bow

BROKEN BOW—After seven months of hard work, a worn out rental house transformed into the beautiful Round Valley Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast. Russ and Lisa Rice own land north of the Custer County fairgrounds where they run a small feedlot. The rent... Read More

New Era Begins with Inclusive Playground Ribbon Cutting

COLUMBUS - Officials cut the ribbon on Columbus' new inclusive playground, and marked another milestone for the city on Tuesday. The ribbon cutting was held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday evening, at the playground located on the southern side of Lost Creek... Read More

Northeast Nebraska Career Day Reaches Record Size

WAYNE, NE — High school students left Wayne State College with college brochures in hand and dreams of careers in their heads on Tuesday afternoon. A record group of 1,085 sophomores attended the Northeast Nebraska Career Day at Wayne State. Pr... Read More

Farmers and Ranchers Celebrated With Tailgate During Husker Game

LINCOLN - Farmers and Ranchers were celebrated during Saturday's Husker game. More than 400 people enjoyed a free breakfast during the Game Zone Nebraska Farmers and Ranchers Tailgate Party. Consumers were able to visit with farmers and ranche... Read More

Center for Survivors Receives $20,000 Donation From Mary Kay

COLUMBUS - Center for Survivors has received a very sizable donation, which will help business operations continue to run as we approach the winter months. Center for Survivors is the lone Nebraska recipient out of 150 domestic violence shelters, ... Read More

Behlen Opens Its Doors to Give High Schoolers Sneak Peek on Business

COLUMBUS, Neb. - Students at East Butler got a sneak peek on what the manufacturing world looks like at Behlen Manufacturing in Columbus on Tuesday. Behlen hosted the students as a part of 'Manufacturing Month', a statewide effort led by the gover... Read More