Think of a situation comedy. A plot might go something like this:
A boy has passed his driving test. (good)
He does not have enough money to buy a car. (bad)
He buys a car for a very low price. (good)
The car needs expensive repairs. (bad)
Notice the pattern here. The story switches back and forth between hope and disappointment. If there is a problem, a solution is found or we learn that the situation was misunderstood and it is actually good. Then a new difficulty arises.
You already have most of the skills you need to tell real or fictional stories which follow this good news, bad news pattern. It is relatively easy to do because only simple statements are required. Here are some of ways to firm simple statements:
Describe something using a noun and an adjective (“is” is implied): Карандаш плохой.
State that something is needed or needs to be done: Нам нужен хлеб. Нам надо кушать.
State that something is or is not present: Яблоко есть. Карандаша нет.
Use the pattern subject + verb + direct object: Я вижу Ивана.
Use the pattern subject + verb + indirect object + direct object: Иван дал мне хлеб.
Хоро́шая но́вость–Ру́сский магази́н откры́т.
Плоха́я но́вость–Я о́чень голо́дный.
Хоро́шая но́вость–В магази́не есть моя́ люби́мая колбаса́!