Archive - Oct 2010
Peggy Lyn Franzen of Broken Bow passed away unexpectedly at Jennie M. Melham Memorial Medical Center Sept. 29, 2010.
Peg was born May 13, 1958, at the Broken Bow Hospital. She was the third child born to Richard and Arlene Franzen of Arcadia.
Peg graduated from Broken Bow High School in 1976. After graduation she started working at B-D. She made many friends in the 20 years she was employed there.
Pat and Vicky Hruby of Comstock have been awarded the 2010 Nebraska Outstanding Grassland Conservation Award by the Nebraska Association of Resources Districts. The Association presents the award annually to honor and promote outstanding grassland management.
The Hrubyâ€™s livestock operation covers 1,800 acres in western Valley and eastern Custer Counties. The Hrubys have implemented range planting and rotational grazing plans on their ranch to improve livestock forage, provide wildlife cover, and reduce erosion.
The Broken Bow Lady Indians are in Atkinson today for the District C-3 at the Atkinson-Stuart Country Club. The Mullen girls golf team will travel to Bayard for the District C-5 meet at the Chimney Rock Golf Course.
MULLEN -- The Mullen Lady Broncos won the 4-Courners Tournament Saturday defeating Stapleton/McPherson County in straight sets 25-22 and 25-10. The Lady Broncos reached the championship game by edging Sandhills/Thedford 22-25, 25-23 and 25-19. Stapleton/McPherson County reached the championship with a two set win over Sargent 25-19 and 25-18. Sargent defeated Sandhills/Thedford 25-14 and 25-21 for third place.
For more volleyball action from last week see this week's edition of the Custer County Chief!
BROKEN BOW -- The Broken Bow Indians dominated the Ainsworth Bulldogs Friday night picking up their first district win. The Indians scored quickly and often in the first quarter. Tyler Kozisek was on the receiving end of a Nathan Scott pass good for a 30-yard touchdown then Adam Pracht scored with a 70-yard run on the Indian's next possession to give the Indians an quick 14-0 lead in route to a 44-0 win.
Defensively, the Indians held Ainsworth to 20 rushing yards and 49 passing yards.