Archive - Oct 13, 2011
Bertha Einspahr, age 93 of Broken Bow, formerly of Brewster, died Wednesday Oct. 5, 2011, at the Heritage Hall Nursing Home in Broken Bow.
Funeral services were Monday, Oct. 10, at Govier Brothers Mortuary in Broken Bow with the Rev. Ben Eickhoff officiating. Burial was in the Brewster Cemetery with Govier Brothers Mortuary of Broken Bow in charge of arrangements.
Bertha Einspahr was born Sept. 1, 1918, at Minot, ND to Carl and Mabel (Myren) Swenson.
Bertha is survived by many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, a sister and a brother.
Jennie M. Melham Memorial Medical Center and the City of Broken Bow have struck a deal.
On Tuesday, the city and the hospital entered into a 50-year lease agreement for operation and maintenance of the Ellen B. Marchek Tennis Center and the land that sits between the indoor center, and the outdoor courts.
The hospital is going to use the land to build a fitness center. They have outgrown their current facility. There will be an access to the new facility through the tennis center, and also through an outside door.
Tiffany Theater owners Stuart Fox and Andrew Solomon are shaking their heads. They never intended to break the law. They didnât know they would be stepping on toes. What they thought they were doing is providing a place for Husker fans to don their red, gather and cheer on the team with their friends.
It seems the Big 10 Conference thought otherwise.
Last Friday, Fox received a âCease and Desistâ letter from Mayer and Brown, the Big 10s legal counsel, that spelled out the conditions.
MASON CITY -- Mason City is on the list. Their post office patrons have been informed. The Mason City Post Office is set to close, unless the community can prove itâs not a good idea.
The community met last week in preparation for the Oct. 17 community hearing, and there was one thing those present made perfectly clear, they are not going down without a fight.
Residents in central Nebraska could not have been happier to see rain come last week. âFriday was the first day in more than a week that we didnât see a fire truck rolling through town,â said one Arnold resident.
Dry conditions and high winds sent a number of fires out of control last week, causing destruction and devastation across the area. The largest and most devastating of those fires was near the town of Stapleton in Logan County, where for awhile residents were concerned about saving their community.
TAYLOR--Loup County used a 24-point third quarter and a powerful defense to upend Arcadia 48-6, the final match-up between the two schools.
Loup County and Sargent are co-opting football teams starting next fall.
With the co-op, the two schools are ending a rivalry that dates back to 1978.
The defenses for both teams dominated the first quarter, but Loup County started to find their offensive groove in the second quarter.
Brandon Barker took the delayed handoff and scooted for a 43-yard touchdown run.
The Wildcats added the two-point conversion and led 8-0.