Archive - May 2013
Broken Bow Catcher Seth Quackenbush had a pitch take a bad hop and catch him in the throat during the 4th inning of then Broken Bow senior baseball game against Palmer-Walbach-Greeley Sunday night.
While taking one in the throat was literal for Quackenbush, it was metaphorical for the rest of the team as PWGS rolled to a 19-3 victory in five innings.
Caleb Dodge and Josey Evans recorded Broken Bow's two hits while Hunter Campbell and Evans had the RBI's on the night with one each.
Boys Class B
1. Elkhorn South 59.500
2. Scottsbluff 55.000
3. McCook 51.000
4. Alliance 43.000
5. Columbus Lakeview 34.000
6. Gretna 31.000
7. Boys Town 31.000
8. Omaha Gross Catholic 28.000
9. Ogallala 23.000
10. Omaha Skutt Catholic 22.000
11. Beatrice 19.000
12. Blair 18.000
13. O'Neill 17.000
14. Crete 17.000
15. Gothenburg 17.000
16. Columbus Scotus 16.000
17. Milford 15.000
18. York 15.000
19. Platteview 13.000
20. Waverly 12.000
21. Minden 11.500
22. Seward 11.000
23. Wayne 10.000
24. Lincoln Lutheran 10.000
25. David City 10.000
26. Gering 8.000
HISTORIC CEMETERY TOUR - SUNDAY, JUNE 2
The Broken Bow Township Cemetery needs funds. That, says Cemetery Board Chairman John Whitney, is the bottom line.
The cemetery board has taken their concerns to the County Board of Supervisors and to the Broken Bow Township Board, and were told by both that there was nothing they could do. In one more attempt to get some much needed attention, the cemetery board came before the Broken Bow City Council during their regular meeting Tuesday.
In 1913, Woodrow Wilson began the first of two terms as 28th President of the United States, women were fighting for the right to vote, and Ford Motor Company introduced the first moving assembly line. It is also the year Leona (Baker) McCaslin came into this world - May 9 to be exact.
Leona shares her birth year with some pretty impressive names: Richard Nixon, Rosa Parks, Vince Lombardi and Gerald Ford, to name a few.
Congratulations to Ryan Mosier of Twin Loup for his gold medal 51-11.25 shot put throw this afternoon at the State High School Track Meet.
Congratulations to Brady Weinman South Loup. He won gold this afternoon in the pole vault. He successfully vaulted 14 feet 4 inches.
Note: The South Loup Boys team is in third place with 16 points after six events scored. Pawnee County has 17 and Paxton has 22.
Girls Class D Triple Jump
Kelsie Leslie 11 Spalding/Spalding Academy 2nd/32-08.00 246 1
Morgan McDonald 12 Loup City 1st/32-01.50 179 1
Macey Sock 11 Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 2nd/32-00.00 270 1
Samantha Hajek 12 Diller-Odell 2nd/31-08.00 70 1
Class D Boys Triple Jump
1 Austin Starr 12 SMC 44-08.00 10
2 Reilly Lambrecht 12 Loup City 43-09.00 8
3 Kyle Loecker 12 St. Mary's 43-02.50 6
4 Jordon Anderson 12 Cross County 43-01.25 5
5 Blake Hass 11 Guardian Angels Central Catholic 42-11.00 4
6 Jack Gibbens 11 Twin Loup 42-05.00 3
Lucas Heusman, age 30 of Sargent, formerly of Broken Bow, died Monday May 13, 2013, near Broken Bow, as the result of injuries sustained in a motorcycle/farm equipment accident.
Funeral services will be today, Friday May 17, 2013, at 2 p.m. at the Broken Bow Municipal Auditorium in Broken Bow with Pastor Ken Hutson officiating. Burial will be in the Sumner Cemetery. Govier Brothers Mortuary of Broken Bow is in charge of the arrangements.
Lucas John Heusman was born Nov. 29, 1982, in Lincoln to Timothy and Valarie Heusman.
LINCOLN -- Senators supporting a bill to repeal the death penalty and replace it with life imprisonment without the possibility of parole failed to muster enough votes to overcome a filibuster Tuesday.
A vote to cease debate on LB543, introduced by Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha, and bring it to a final vote failed with 28 in favor and and 20 opposed, five votes shy of the 33 needed.
The result means that the bill to repeal the death penalty in Nebraska is essentially dead.