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Broken Bow All-Alumni Weekend; Congrats to Distinguished Alumni Jerry Adams  Sand Hills Express

Broken Bow School Board Update  Sand Hills Express

Harvest of Harmony Order of March  Grand Island Independent

Grayson Garey Signs to Play Football for Wayne State College  Sand Hills Express

Broken Bow Crazy Days  Sand Hills Express

Broken Bow's Ryan Hogue named new Kearney High School activities director  Kearney Hub

Russell Family Continues Legacy of Giving Back to Broken Bow  Sand Hills Express

UPDATE: Broken Bow coaches among three killed in crash  Grand Island Independent

Three students awarded Omaha World-Herald/Kearney Hub scholarships to UNK  Kearney Hub

More schools fall into Nebraska's lowest performance classification  Fremont Tribune

Gary Scritsmier  Kearney Hub

John Clark Russell DDS | Obituaries  Beatrice Daily Sun

Broken Bow teen crowned Miss Harvest of Harmony 2017  Grand Island Independent

Kearney Public Schools hires new High School Assistant Principal, Activities Director  NTV

Engagement, Hanson-Schweitzer--July 8, 2017  York News-Times

Gun-laden senior photos in Broken Bow grab national attention  Kearney Hub

High School OKs Guns In Senior Portraits  ABC News

Rescheduled FFA/Skills USA Labor Auction And Spaghetti Feed  Sand Hills Express

Scout Troops to Host Recruitment Pool Party in Broken Bow  Sand Hills Express

One student remains in critical condition after Friday’s crash  Kearney Hub

Hulan Wayne Miller  Corvallis Gazette Times

Broken Bow students still recovering from deadly crash  Kearney Hub

Broken Bow senior juggles clubs, internship, still finds time to explore hobbies  Kearney Hub

Colleges set their sights on rural Nebraskans amid 'competitive marketplace' of enrollment  Omaha World-Herald

Broken Bow shooter is a team player  Grand Island Independent

Leo Evans, 77  Grand Island Independent

Broken Bow begins healing after deadly crash  Kearney Hub

Kearney Police Department promotes Kevin Thompson to lieutenant  Kearney Hub

Broken Bow pastor comes full circle with God’s plan  Kearney Hub

Ellen Olson-Sax, 71 | Obits  Blair Enterprise Publishing

Broken Bow pays homage to softball pioneer  Kearney Hub

Broken Bow hosts 4-H’ers from across state at BB Gun and Air Rifle Championships  Kearney Hub

Pastor, best friend eulogize Blum as man who loved basketball, team, town  Kearney Hub

Olsons have busy weekend | News  Norfolk Daily News

Photos for Publication on Sunday, October 7, 2018  Grand Island Independent

Area high school students earn honor cords | Lifestyles  North Platte Telegraph

Broken Bow closing in on goal to expand public library  North Platte Telegraph

Rodeo is much more than just a hobby for Broken Bow teen  Kearney Hub

Ruth McCauley, 97  Grand Island Independent

Family grows as kids find their forever homes  Kearney Hub

Charlene Rathjen, 74  Grand Island Independent

28 contestants to vie for Miss Harvest of Harmony  Grand Island Independent

Miss Rodeo Nebraska Association announces pageant contestants  knopnews2

Mourners Gather To Honor Fallen Oklahoma Trooper Nicholas Dees  news9.com KWTV

Grand Island parade tradition to return Saturday  Grand Island Independent

Farm Family of the Year | Local News  Lexington Clipper Herald

Mark John Doty | Obituaries  Lexington Clipper Herald

Gene Armstrong, 79, faciliates church group for young adults  Grand Island Independent

Man uses his scars to warn students about tobacco use  Lexington Clipper Herald

Ronald Derr, 70  Grand Island Independent

Memorial gallery: January | Southern Idaho Local News  Times-News

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