Archive - Jan 9, 2014
Ainsworth 71, Burwell 44
Broken Bow 52, SMC 41
Fullerton 36, Arcadia-Loup City 35
Ord 62, Cozad 55
Sutherland 49, Sandhills/Thedford 48
Ainsworth 64, Burwell 42
Fullerton 62, Arcadia-Loup City 25
Ord 48, Cozad 37
Sandhills/Thedford 53, Sutherland 41
Leadership Custer County is asking everyone to âHave a Heartâ this winter and enter their âFood Bank Challenge.â
Leadership Custer County teams (originated by the Custer Economic Development Corporation) have been researching the needs in our respective communities and have found that the area Food Pantries need our help.
Team members Jami Anderson, Pete Cunning ham, Jim Morgan, Tim Loy and Todd Jonas talked about the reasons behind the push at this time.
The 12th annual âWhy I Want to Go to Collegeâ writing contest for seventh and eighth graders was announced today by Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg. The contest, open to students in Nebraska and across the United States, is sponsored by the Nebraska State Treasurerâs Office and the Omaha Storm Chasers.
A total of $14,000 in College Savings Accounts will be awarded as prizes.
BURWELL, Neb. (AP) â The Nebraska State Patrol says it's leading the investigation into the deaths of a Burwell man and his daughter.
The patrol said Wednesday that the deaths of 31-year-old Christopher Melling and his daughter, Aimee, are being investigated as a murder-suicide. Aimee would have been 3 later this month.
The bodies were found Tuesday afternoon after officers were sent to the Burwell house to check on the residents. Neighbors had reported their concerns after seeing no activity at the home.
A firearm was found at the scene. Autopsies were ordered.