Archive - May 30, 2012
Becky and Joel Kaelin would like to announce the birth of their daughter and son, born April 27, 2012, at Saint Elizabeth Hospital.
Macie Jo weighed 8 pounds 15 ounces, and was 20 inches long. Aiden Scott weighed 5 pounds 3 ounces and was 17 inches long.
Grandparents are Scott and Nancy Pohl of Crete, and Scott and Denise Kaelin of Ansley. Great-grandparents are Patricia and Dale Danekas of Crete, Sharon Pohl of York, Dennis and Judy Stunkel of Broken Bow, and Dean and Marlene Kaelin of Ansley.
Perry and Brenda Miller of Rising City, and Randy and Dian Franzen of Broken Bow, proudly announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their children, Amanda Leigh Miller and Daniel Joseph Franzen.
Amanda is a 2008 graduate of David City High School, and a 2012 graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan University where she majored in business administration with minors in accounting and finance. She is currently employed at Midwest Medical Transport Company in Columbus.
Harvey H. Kleeb, the third child of Harvey H. and Jardis Amundsen Kleeb, was born Dec. 12, 1940, at their French Table home near Weissert. Harvey passed away quietly at his home in Broken Bow May 27, 2012.
He attended elementary school at Elton located off the north edge of French Table where he, like most children in attendance, rode his horse (Chief ) to school every day. He later went to school at Weissert, and finally Broken Bow High School where he graduated in 1959. Harvey entered the Air Force and was stationed at Offutt Air Force Base during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Itâs been seven years in the making, and it is finally here ... Broken Bowâs new aquatic center is now open, and ready for business.
Those involved are excited.
âI just love it,â said swimming pool manager Jenna Smith. âIt is more user friendly for our younger crowd. At one end the pool starts at zero depth, the old pool started at 3 feet."
City Manager Tony Tolstedt echoes the praises, emphasizing that there is something for everyone, all ages.
The Broken Bow landscape is in for a change. By the next snowfall, 50 wind turbines will peak their heads into the clouds along the ridge line northeast of the community.
The $145 million wind project, known as Broken Bow Wind LLC, didnât happen overnight, itâs been years in the making. The wind farm is owned and operated by Edison Mission Group and when online, will be capable of generating up to approximately 80 megawatts of electricity, enough energy to meet the needs of about 25,000 homes.
This is EMGâs third wind energy project in Nebraska.