Archive - Aug 2012
Mallory Grace Govier entered the world July 8, 2012, at Jennie Melham Memorial Medical Center in Broken Bow. Proud parents are Logan and Becky Govier, and Mallory joins sibling Mason at home.
Mallory weighed 6 pounds 9 ounces and was 19.5 inches long at birth.
Grandparents are Rod and Grace Epping of Funk, and Frank and Deb Govier of Broken Bow.
Great-grandparents are Glen and Francis Govier of Broken Bow, and Catherine Joy Criddle of Bedford, England.
William and Rhonda Jones of Kirwin, Kan., proudly announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Alyssia Renee to Matthew Thomas Roberts, son of Tom and Sharon Roberts of Ansley.
The future bride is a 2006 graduate of Agra-Eastern Heights High School and graduated from UNK with a degree in business administration. She is currently employed at McMeen Physical Therapy as billing team leader.
Michael Clay and Ashley Spencer would like to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.
Michael is the son of Gary and Lois of Broken Bow. Ashley is the daughter of Michael of Lincoln, and Donna of Sargent.
Grandparents of the future groom are Clyde and Pearl Loy, Joy Noel and the late Jumbo Clay.
The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Margaret and the late Don Davis, and the late Don and Doris Spencer.
The couple will exchange vows at Clyde Loyâ€™s farm outside of Berwyn, Sept. 15, 2012.
Following their wedding the couple will reside in Broken Bow.
Stanley John Nordlund, age 85,of Loup City, died Tuesday, August 14, 2012 at the Rose Lane Nursing Home in Loup City, Nebraska.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Aug. 18, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. in the Baptist Church in Loup City, with the Rev. Del Unruh officiating. Burial will be in the Tallin Cemetery west of Callaway, Ne. at approximately 2 p.m. Visitation will be Friday, Aug. 17, at Govier Brothers Mortuary in Broken Bow 8 a.m to 8 p.m. with family present 5 to 8 p.m Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church in Loup City or the Homeward Trail of Mason City, Ne.
Althea Lawrence, age 90 of Broken Bow, formerly of Ansley, died Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012, at the Heritage Hall Nursing Home in Broken Bow.
Funeral services were Monday, Aug. 13, 2012, at Govier Brothers Mortuary in Broken Bow with the Rev. Mary Jane Gockley officiating. Burial was in the Fort McPherson Cemetery.
More details will appear later.
Published in Custer County Chief, Aug. 16, 2012
Robert Eugene C. Abel was born the youngest of four children to Charles and Martha (Knadjl) Abel Feb. 16, 1940, on the family farm in Mason City. He passed from this life Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, at his home in Talmo, Kan. He was 72 years of age.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and sisters Arlene Harnagel and Charlene Lymber.
As Broken Bow Public Schools gets ready to begin a new school year, they welcome 10 new teachers and a new superintendent.
A reception to welcome the new staff and give the public opportunity to meet them, will be Friday, Aug. 17 from 5-7 p.m. at Huckleberryâ€™s Hideout. Joining Superinten-dent Mark Sievering as new staff to Broken Bow for the 2012-13 school year are:
By the time you read this, all 50 towers in the first phase of the Broken Bow wind farm project will be erected. A contingency of state representatives visited the wind farm Tuesday afternoon and got a first hand, up close and personal look at the giant turbines.
Mondayâ€™s City Council meeting began with an unexpected order of business. Pending the resignation of council president Scott Spanel, Mayor Cecil Burt appointed councilman Chad Schall as temporary president.
The council then voted to accept Spanelâ€™s resignation, though Schall commented that he would like to have more explanation as to the reason of the resignation.
Just last week, Custer County celebrated the centennial of its courthouse. While county officials all share a sense of pride and heritage in the history of the courthouse, they also realize the old building in its current state no longer effectively meets the needs of its users.
Tuesday morning, the Custer County Board of Supervisors were presented with a couple of possible solutions to those issues.