Archive - Jan 2013
David C. Eberle, 67 years of age from Minden, died Jan. 1, 2013, at the Kearney County Health Services-Hospital shortly after being admitted.
David was born Jan. 24, 1945, in Mason City, to Charles and Marie (Nielsen) Eberle. He grew up in the Mason City area and attended school in Mason City. He moved to Broken Bow and worked at Becton-Dickinson.
September 17, 1967, he married Elaine Garska and they moved to Minden in 1970. David worked for Miller the Driller, Minden CO-OP and then for Cargill in Heartwell until retiring in 2006 due to poor health.
Marjorie Ann (Timmons) Sprouse, 82 of West Valley City, Utah, died at the home of her daughter, Connie, Nov. 1, 2012. Marjories was born Aug. 17, 1930, at Oconto to George Curtis Timmons and Rachel Mae Nichols Timmons.
She is survived by her three daughters, Judy Tippets, and Becky (Ron) Korell of Lovell, Wyo., and Connie (Peter) Salm of West Valley City, Utah; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Rex Sprouse; brothers, Raymond, Kenneth, Donald and Roberts; and sisters, Dollie Middleton, Iva Gardner and Annabelle Rogers.
Leta Deloris Isbrandtsen, 86, of the Grand Island Veterans Home, formerly of Sargent, died Monday, Dec. 31, 2012, at the Grand Island Veterans Home.
Services were Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, at Curran Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Chad Bolin officiating. Burial was in the Nebraska Veterans Home Memorial Cemetery with Curran Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements.
Leta was born Oct. 15, 1926, at Milford. She is the daughter of Paul and Clara (Kuester) Wittmuss.
Becky Pearson, PT, and staff want you to get up and get moving.
She says she and her staff are âjust a littleâ competitive, so when they started talking about putting together a weight loss challenge of their own and presented the idea out to a few of their clients, the idea blossomed.
âWe were all trying to eat a little healthier and were going to organize an internal (in office) challenge when others said theyâd like to join in,â explained Pearson.
Theirs is a journey that began 12 years ago, and culminated with the arrival of the greatest Christmas gift either could ever receive - a baby. Shasta and Marty Leggettâs story is one of heartache and triumph.
The young couple - she a Broken Bow High School grad, he an Anselmo-Merna grad - were married in September 2000. Though they had not made a conscious decision to start a family right away they werenât opposed to the idea, and in December 2001 Shasta found out she was pregnant. However, their joy soon turned to sorrow when just eight weeks later she experienced a miscarriage.
The Custer County Board of Supervisors kicked in the new year with formal Sine and Die proceedings Tuesday, re-electing Larry Hickenbottom as the board chair for 2013, and Mark Haynes as the vice-chair.
âAre there any of you with special goals for 2013?â asked Hickenbottom at meetingâs onset, âbecause I have one.â
Hickenbottom said he wanted the County to finish whatever steps it needed to take to be 911 compliant ... âSo if you call for an ambulance, the 911 center will know where you are.â
Boys Basketball Scoreboard
Ansley-Litchfield 49 SEM 32
Twin Loup 53 Cedar Valley 48
Arcadia vs ENLS not final yet
Ansley-Litchfield 46 SEM 26
ENLS 54 Arcadia 34
Twin Loup vs Cedar Valley Score not reported yet
Lincoln - A child from Lancaster County died from the flu. This is the second flu death so far this season. The first was a man in his 60s, also from Lancaster County. The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department reported both deaths to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
Anselmo-Merna 67 Elwood 59
North Central 51 Arcadia 36
North Platte St. Pats 64 Mullen 41
Wood River 61 Broken Bow 47
Broken Bow Stats
Wood River Points
Elwood 70 Anselmo-Merna 40
North Platte St. Pat's 55 Mullen 39
Arcadia 42 North Central 31
Senator Deb Fischer was officially sworn-in January 3, as a United States senator in the U.S. Capitol by Vice President Joseph Biden. Fischer was escorted by Nebraska's Senior senator, Mike Johanns, and former Nebraska Senator David Karnes. The ceremony marked the official commencement of Fischer's six-year term, as well as the start of the 113th Congress. Senator Fischer, a lifelong Nebraskan and former two-term state senator, was joined for the swearing-in ceremony by her husband Bruce, family, and friends. Upon conclusion of the ceremony, Senator Fischer released the following statement: