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May 23rd

Clayton Chase, 85

May 23, 2013

Clayton Harold Chase was born March 13, 1928, in Omaha. He was 3-months- old when he was taken to the Nebraska Children’s Home. His biological mother wanted to keep him but as a single mom, knew he needed a good home with parents.
Harold and Kitty Chase of Elsmere, received word that a baby was available for adoption. In 1928, Kitty road on a truck with Miriam Clark to Omaha, to bring Clayton back to Elsmere and make his home with them. Clayton attended country school in Elsmere. He attended two years of high school at Purdum, then finished at Ainsworth High School.

Evelyn Barker, 81

May 23, 2013

Evelyn Ann Barker, age 81 of Arcadia, died Monday, May 20, 2013, at the Jennie Melham Medical Center in Broken Bow.
Evelyn Ann Barker was born April 5, 1932 at Jasper, Minn., to Lloyd and Elva (Boland) Engebretson.

Memorial Day activities planned across region

May 23, 2013

Ansley - The Ansley American Legion Auxiliary will be serving coffee and rolls at 9 a.m. at the Ansley Community Center. The Memorial Day Service will start at 10 a.m. at the Westerville Cemetery and at 11 a.m. at the Ansley Cemetery. A dinner sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary will follow at the Community Center.

‘Red Barn’ celebrates 5th

May 23, 2013

This Spring marks the 5th anniversary of the Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway Interpretive Center in Broken Bow - better known as “The Red Barn” travel center.
Since its opening in April 2009, The Barn has had more than 16,000 visitors representing all 50 states and 32 foreign countries. The Barn has seen a steady increase in visitors each year - and last year saw a nearly 10 percent increase in traffic from the year before. In 2012, more than 4,000 people visited The Barn, and Chard Hirsch with the Custer County Tourism Council is excited to see what this year will bring.

Tennis courts to get a facelift

May 23, 2013

Way back on Sept. 10, 2012, the issue of refurbishing the outdoor tennis courts at Tomahawk Park in Broken Bow first came before the City Council. Eight months later, the issue was finally revisited - and this time it was resolved.
In that initial Council discussion, Park Superintendent Dan Anderson presented a recommendation on behalf of the city’s Park Board to refurbish two of the tennis courts and convert the third court from tennis to basketball. The bid that was quoted at that time was $23,700, which included replacing the lights as well.

BB School Board votes yes, add a teacher

May 23, 2013

Sixth grade parents convince board to overturn
earlier decision.

With a 4-2 vote Monday evening, the Broken Bow School Board authorized the hiring of an additional 6th grade teacher.
The ayes overturned a vote taken at a special board meeting in April.
The question then, is the same question addressed this week ... How many students are too many for the most optimal learning environment?

St. Paul tops Broken Bow 12-6 in senior game

May 23, 2013

St. Paul picked up the win at home, topping the Broken Bow seniors 12-6 Wednesday night.

Jake McCormick had three singles in the game to go with two RBI's. Hunter Campbell went 2-4 at the plate and scored two runs. Seth Quackenbush recorded an RBI single as part of a 2-4 performance.

McCormick had a good outing on the mound in his three innings of work, striking out one while allowing no runs and no walks. Preston Sanchez relieved McCormick after three innings and gave up three runs one hit, three walks and Broken Bow had three errors.

Broken Bow junior baseball drops third straight, loses to St. Paul 11-9

May 23, 2013

The Broken Bow juniors dropped their third straight game Wednesday night, dropping a close game to St. Paul 11-9.

Taylor Shea went 2-3 at the plate with two RBI's and scored a run in the loss. Josey Evans was another bright spot for the offense, going 2-2 with an RBI and reaching base three more times on three walks. Hunter Minnick had one RBI, going 1-1 and walking three times. Travis Kleeb had two hits in his five plate appearances.

The St. Paul pitching staff surrendered nine walks while striking out six.

May 22nd

Broken Bow Spirit Softball open season with win

May 22, 2013

The Broken Bow Spirit senior softball team got their season off to a good start, topping Ravenna 10-6 in a game that ended in 6 innings due to time limitations. Broken Bow trailed 6-1 in the 4th inning then was able to piece together some timely hits and were helped out by sloppy Ravenna pitching and fielding.

Hannah Evans picked up the win on the mound and Tressa Ripp provided a does of offense with two base hits.

Ravenna surrendered 15 walks on the game.

The team heads to Lexington for their annual tournament Saturday with games at 8:30 am, 10:00 am and 7:00 pm

Broken Bow juniors, seniors fall at Kearney

May 22, 2013

The Broken Bow junior and senior baseball team's dropped to 1-2 and 0-2 starts Tuesday night, losing to ?Kearney Five Points and Kearney Little Ceasers.

Broken Bow Juniors 1 Kearney Five Points Bank 11

Travis Kleeb was the lone offensive producer for the Indians, going 1-1 with a single and scored Broken Bow's only run of the game. Josey Evans had a strong performance of the mound, despite the loss. He struck out two while allowing now runs and no walks.

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bbow 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3
KRNY 5 0 6 0 11 9 0

Broken Bow 6 Kearney Little Ceasers 21

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