Archive - Nov 29, 2010
LAS VEGAS â If you ask Cort Scheer about his rodeo dreams, he can give you explicit details.
Theyâve been part of his life all his life, from his first days in the saddle in the sandhills of Nebraska to his first Prairie Circuit saddle bronc riding championship. Itâs also part of every day over the past 12 months, the best year of his short career and the guiding force to his first qualification to ProRodeoâs championship, the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
âGood tasting meat begins with field care,â explained Robbie Johnson of Arrow Seed in Broken Bow. He expanded by saying a short chase and clean shot are key.
By putting less stress on the animal and lowering the amount of adrenalin released, hunters can ensure better tasting meat. Also for wild game, quick action must be taken upon harvest, by deboning and cooling the meat. This step will reduce the amount of bacteria and help decrease the chance of spoilage.
Tim DeBauche, age 51, of Merna died Nov. 18, 2010, at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney.
Tim DeBauche was born May 27, 1959, at Onawa, Iowa, to Thomas and Wilburta (Carroll) DeBauche. He grew up in Moorhead, Iowa.
June 1, 1977, he was married to Sally Winn. The couple farmed at Moorhead, Iowa on the family farm. They lived in various locations before moving to Merna in 1988. Tim farmed and worked at the COOP.
Viola Grieser-Schantz age 90 of Broken Bow died November 21, 2010, at her home in Broken Bow.
Viola was born Jan. 29, 1920, at Chappell, to Calvin and Emma (Boshart) Roth. She attended school in Chappell.
September 24, 1939, Viola was married to Joseph S. Grieser. To this union six children were born: Patricia Glendy (Kyle) of Mountain View, Ark., Myron Grieser (deceased) (Sharon) of California, Earla Oxford (Paul) of Burwell, John Grieser (Connie) of Broken Bow, Donna Schneringer-Gibbs (Gary) of Mountain View, Ark., and Carol Grieser of Mountain View, Ark.
Effective Dec. 1, the Broken Bow City Council will be one person down.
Corey Staplesâ resignation was accepted, regretfully, voiced Councilman Scott Spanel at Mondayâs City Council meeting.
âIâve learned a lot, and I thank the council and the city for the opportunity,â Staples said when he was thanked by his fellow board members and presented with a plaque.
The reasons for the resignation centered around his responsibilities at work, Staples said following the meeting.
ARNOLD -- An Arnold centenarian-plus celebrated her birthday Nov. 11 and now into her fourth year past the 100 year mark, this fixture of independence reigns queen with her smile.
Miriam Bower was born Nov. 11, 1906, which means she just celebrated her 104th birthday! With the help of her daughter Ruth, Miriam is able to reside in her own home where sheâs lived since 1937. Ruth assists her mother by checking in on her each day to be sure sheâs taken her pills and to lend a hand with cleaning and meal preparation.
From the woman bold enough to tell Oprah that sheâs wrong, Cinda Baxter stands by her belief to support local economies.
When Cinda first heard that Oprah had broadcast on her show for people to stop buying items of indiscretion, she went straight to her blog sight, Always Upwards, and posted her newest idea. This idea was based on keeping consumers from taking their hard earned dollars out of the community, and spending it at franchises and chains.
The giving season has arrived and the Christmas Fund was thrilled to have its first donation of the season walk through the doors of the Chief last week
Four ladies from the Security State Bank of Ansley arrived with a check for $430 dollars. They came up with the idea last year of giving to the Christmas Fund and the bank promised to match, dollar for dollar, what they as individuals donated. Thanks ladies, we think it was a great idea. Add this to the generosity of several other donors and the Fund in just a few days is now at $705 for the year.
This year marked the 3rd Annual National Guard Appreciation Deer Hunt, founded and organized by Mike Christen.
When asked what inspired Mike to coordinate such an event, he responded by telling that heâd been in the guard for 34 years, though was never deployed. After he retired, he wanted to do some sort of appreciation for other guard members.
Initially, the hunt was set up for two groups, junior and senior members, but this year there were three, including a females only group.