BROKEN BOW—Large events and concerts? It has been a while since any such things occurred locally due to COVID-19 and state Directed Health Measures (DHMs). However, now that the Loup Basin Public Health Department (which includes Custer County) has entered into Phase 4 of DHMs, outdoor gatherings are able to hold 100% occupancy.
This means the typical evening entertainment at the annual Custer County Fair is able to take place and includes the 50th Annual Tuffy Winberg Memorial Free Pit BBQ, the 22nd Annual Custer County Classic Bull Riding, Ultimate Bullfighter, a Ned LeDoux concert, and the 4-H and FFA Livestock Auction.
Matt Thomas and Jami Anderson spoke to KCNI/KBBN on behalf of the annual Free Pit BBQ which is being held via drive-thru in response to unknown COVID-19 restrictions during the planning phases.
They are asking patrons to enter into the fairgrounds from the north off of Memorial Drive to avoid Highway 2 traffic and the railroad. Volunteers will be…