November 4th, 2014
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” A Nebraska man convicted of shooting a bald eagle and a rough-legged hawk earlier this year has been given eight months in prison.
U.S. Attorney Deborah R. Gilg said Monday that 45-year-old Lamar Bertucci's sentence will be followed by one year of supervised release. He was also ordered to pay $6,500 in restitution.
Bertucci pleaded guilty this year to violating the Bald and Golden Eagle Act and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. He is accused of shooting the bald eagle in February. An investigation into his activities yielded the rough-legged hawk.
Anselmo Winter Memorial Library -
Victoria/Hayes I Precincts - Anselmo, NE 68813
Ansley Municipal Auditorium
Ansley / Westerville / Myrtle - Ansley, NE 68814
Arnold Legion Hall Arnold -
Arnold Village / Arnold Rural / Hayes II - Arnold, NE 69120
Berwyn Fire Hall -
Berwyn Precincts - Berwyn, NE 68814
Broken Bow Municipal Building -
Broken Bow, North/South/Northwest/Southwest - Broken Bow 68822
Broken Bow Veterans Building
BB North Rural/Garfield/Lillian/Milburn
BB South Rural/East Custer/Ryno/Loup - Broken Bow, NE 68822
The Custer County Chief would like to apologize to Amanda McGill and Michael J. O'Hara. Each are running for state offices, they sent their bios into the Chief as scheduled but were omitted from the election tab. None of the opposing candidates running for their respective offices sent in bios.
Amanda McGill is running for State Auditor. She is running as a Democrat against Charlie Janssen, the Republican candidate.
About Amanda McGill:
The University of Nebraska Presidential Search Screening and Selection Committee today named four finalists for the next president of the university.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Nebraska is seeing a continued surge in independent voters as Tuesday's election nears, but Republicans continue to hold a giant registration advantage in the conservative state.
About 48 percent of registered Nebraska voters are Republicans, while Democrats account for nearly 31 percent. Independent voters â€” officially known as nonpartisan â€” make up 20 percent.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Races for Nebraska governor, U.S. Senate, a competitive House race and a minimum wage ballot measure are drawing voters to the polls. Some highlights:
FROM CROWDED PRIMARIES
The Republican candidates for governor and U.S. Senate emerged from unusually crowded primary races that divided the party.
Halloween is the perfect time to have fun, pet owners! Why not let your pet in on the fun with a new costume this season.
Though running unopposed on the ballot, Broken Bow Mayor Cecil Burt is actively campaigning to keep his mayoral status. He is advocating for voters to reject a proposal on the November ballot to change the city government system from Mayor and Council to a City Manager system.
Meanwhile Monday, the members of the Custer Economic Development Corporation took an unprecedented move to ask voters for a â€śyesâ€ť vote on the ballot proposal to change the system. The business and industry leaders endorsed the move as more, efficient and effective method of municipal governance.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Tommy Armstrong Jr. has grown up a lot since he last faced Purdue.
The Nebraska quarterback turned in one of his worst performances while making his first career road start against the Boilermakers last year.
Sure, the Cornhuskers won by 37 points against an overmatched opponent. But that didn't do much to make Armstrong feel better about being off target on 12 of 18 passes and throwing three interceptions.
The Boilermakers (3-5, 1-3 Big Ten) figure to see a much improved Armstrong when they visit the 17th-ranked Cornhuskers (7-1, 3-1, No. 15 CFP) on Saturday.
Mary Alice (Cleavenger) Elliott was born May 18, 1924, at Mullen, to Charles and Mary Ann (Mayme) (Totten) Cleavenger. She was the youngest of three children.
Mary passed away at the age of 90 Oct. 26, 2014.
Mary graduated from Mullen High School in 1943. She worked in Johnsonâ€™s Grocery Store while in high school and in later years for Duttonâ€™s Store.
She married Almond Dean Elliott in Seattle, Wash., June 17, 1943. To this union five children were born.