Archive - Jul 2011
GOTHENBURG--The Broken Bow Senior Baseball team played for the B-6 Area Tournament Championship Wednesday night against McCook in Gothenburg. Broken Bow looks to avenge an earlier loss to McCook. Broken Bow beat Gothenburg 9-3 to advance to the championship game.
Broken Bow will need to beat McCook twice to advance to the state tournament in Central City. Full recap and stats will be in next weekâs Custer County Chief.
Fourth-seed Broken Bow faced first-seed Gothenburg in the second game of the winnerâs bracket and upset Gothenburg 11-4.
The Custer County Car Club and Broken Bow Does hosted the annual Chrome and Classic Customs Auto Show Friday in the City Square Park in downtown Broken Bow. Grilled hot dogs and burgers, along with chips, cookies and drinks, were served at the square while people mingled in the park getting a close-up look at some beautiful classic automobiles.
See more pictures of this event in this week's Custer County Chief!
District 25 voters will get a third opportunity to decide on a bond issue for school improvements on the elementary level.
That was the decision reached by the Broken Bow Board of Education Monday as they approved a bond resolution in the amount of $5.83 million. The vote on the resolution was 5-1, with Haumont voting no. A special poll election will be held Sept. 13, with the final decision being up to the taxpayers.
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into inviting living quarters
CALLAWAY - - While many women might tend to shy away from a fix-it or renovation project, Micki Blackburn of Callaway is not one of them. In fact, when she says âbring it onâ she means it.
Micki was born and raised in Callaway, and has always maintained a fondness for her hometown. When her father passed away a couple of years ago, she felt the pull even stronger to move back to be close to her family.
The battle against cancer is never ending.
That's why the Loup Valley Road Riders continue to host the annual Spring Fling, and why Dr. Ken Cowan, director of the UNMC Eppley Cancer Center, is so grateful for all the support he can get to help fund cancer research.
Mike and Jeanette Johnson of Holdrege announce the engagement of their daughter, Christine Johnson, to Joe Ridder, son of John and Mary Ridder of Callaway.
Miss Johnson graduated from Holdrege High, Nebraska Wesleyan University-Lincoln and Rockhurst University-Kansas City with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She is currently employed by New West in Holdrege.
Her fiancĂ© is a graduate of Callaway High School and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a BS in Construction Management. He is currently employed at Paulsen, Inc. in Cozad.
Holly Hammerschmidt and Michael Neth were married May 7, 2011, at the First United Methodist Church in Manhattan Kan. Pastor Andy Hargrove officiated.
Holly is the daughter of Roger and Nancy Hammerschmidt of Manhattan, Kan. and Michael is the son of Marvin and Barbara Neth of Callaway Michael is the grandson of Ivan and Bonnie Neth of Broken Bow and the late Dale and Bonnie Cooley. Rachel Dennis, of Dallas, Texas, cousin of the bride was maid of honor and Jessica Lancaster and Monica Bellor, friends of the bride, were bridesmaids.
Briana Marie Mills was united in marriage to Brian Jerome Dick June 11, 2011, at 5:00 in the evening. The wedding ceremony and reception took place at Bayside Lodge on Lake McConaughy. Officiating the ceremony was Pastor Irving Jennings of Arnold.
The bride is the daughter of Terry and Dena Mills of Arnold. Briana is the granddaughter of Glen and Connie Weinman, and great-granddaughter of Marjorie Weinman, all of Arnold.
The groom is the son of Ronald and Lucinda Dick of Holdrege.
Julie A. Koefoot, 57, of Grand Island, died Wednesday, July 6, 2011 at her home.
Funeral services were July 11, 2011, at St. Leo's Catholic Church with Father Harold Kurtenbach and Father James Schmitt officiating. Interment was in the St. Joseph's Cemetery in Broken Bow. Apfel Funeral Home of Grand Island was in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, P.O. Box 650309, Dallas, TX 75265-0309.
Ellis Raymond (Zip) Zeller, 83 of Lincoln, died Thursday, July 14, 2011 at home after an unyielding and courageous battle with cancer.
He was born the fourth son of nine siblings Dec. 24, 1928, in Broken Bow, to Ellis Ransom and Gladys (Skinner) Zeller.