Archive - Jan 2012
It is with great sadness that the Bosselman Companies mourn the loss of its leader and Chairman, Chuck Bosselman.
Omaha-based retailer, Pamida, has announced that it is merging with Green Bay, Wisc.-based Shopko in hopes of creating one of the largest U.S. retailers focused on serving smaller and rural communities.
Over the next year Pamida stores will be converted to the Shopko Hometown store format and will be rebranded as Shopko, officials said Wednesday. The resulting chain will have nearly 350 locations in 22 states.
BRADY--The Anselmo-Merna Coyotes placed third at the Brady Invitational last weekend.
In the consolation match, A-M was matched up with the Crawford Rams and prevailed 49-25.
The Coyotes started the second quarter with a bang and led 18-6 after one quarter of action.
The Coyotes continued to out-work the Rams in the second quarter, outscoring the Rams 13-8, taking a 31-14 lead into the half.
Hattie Hope Wolfe died peacefully Dec. 26, 2011, at Mt. Solo Family Home under Hospice care. Surviving are her son, Dean Fisher, and her daughter, Connie Wallace.
Tyler C. Bain, 29, was arraigned in Custer County District Court Thursday on six felony counts, resulting from an incident Oct. 20, 2011, when he allegedly abducted and assaulted his wife, Kari Bain. Those charges are:
Count 1: 1st degree sexual assault, Class II felony
Count 2: 2nd degree assault, Class III felony
Count 3: terroristic threats, Class IV felony
Count 4: 1st degree false imprisonment, Class IIIA felony
Count 5: use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony, Class II felony
Count 6: kidnapping, Class IA felony
Last week we reviewed some of the stories making headlines in the Custer County Chief during the first half of 2011. This week, we take a look back at some of the important stories and events from the second half of the year.
While much of the country has struggled this past year with a low economy and a high unemployment rate, our region has managed to not only remain healthy - but to grow! That is an accomplishment we should all be very proud of.
It was the phone call every parent fears; â€śHello, this is so-and-so with the Sheriffâ€™s Office. Do you have a daughter, Jordan? There has been a horrific accident. She is alive, but. . .â€ť
Jordan Marshâ€™s parents, Jim and Stacy Marsh of Ansley, received that phone call Sunday night, Nov. 13, at about 9 p.m.
â€śStacy got up and answered the phone, and I could tell immediately something bad had happened,â€ť recalls Jim of that night.
A domestic dispute early Monday morning led to a Broken Bow man being flown to Kearney with knife wounds. According to the report, the Broken Bow Police Department was notified when Geoffrey Eng was allegedly stabbed in the face and neck while trying to defend a minor girl from her boyfriend who was assaulting her. The boyfriend, 20-year-old Randy Martinez of Broken Bow, allegedly stabbed Eng four times when Eng attempted to pull Martinez away from the girl.
Edna Ruth Fisher, age 95 of Comstock, died at the Plum Creek Well Life in Lexington. Funeral services will be Saturday, Jan. 7, 2012, at the United Methodist Church in Broken Bow with the Rev. Todd Karges officiating. Interment will be in the Douglas Grove Cemetery at Comstock. Visitation will be Friday from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. at Govier Brothers Mortuary. Memorials are suggested to the Comstock Fire dept. or the Lexington United Methodist Church.
Donald G. Runyan, 89 of Indianapolis, Ind., passed away Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012. He was born March 18, 1922, in Mason City, to the late Wright and Eva Runyan.
Don was a veteran of the United States Air Corp. and graduate of Southern Methodist University. He worked for the FAA for 30 years, primarily as an Air Traffic Controller and later in data systems. Don was also a member of the Chapel Hill United Methodist Church.