July 29th, 2012
Broken Bow proved that they could play with the best of the Class B teams at the state tournament.
Their bats, just didn't seem to make the trip. Broken Bow's season ended with a 3-0 loss to Seward in the Class B State tournament.
For more coverage, check out this week's edition of the Custer County Chief. Further updates will be made on the website later in the week.
Broken Bow stayed right with Roncalli for most of the game.
They held a 3-2 lead going into the bottom of the 6th, but then surrendered four and were unable to recover.
Roncalli held on for the 6-3 victory.
Broken Bow will take on Seward tomorrow at 11 am in the losers bracket contest.
Broken Bow's Grayson Minnick spent most of the previous baseball season with a metal plate in his leg and a brace that restricted his motion. A snowboarding accident left him with a broken femur.
This season, he helped make sure he was part of the state tournament festivities.
After Broken Bow forced a deciding game in the district championship with rival Holdredge, Minnick came alive in the second and deciding game.
MASON CITY - - Although the Lincoln Town Site company named this town Mason after Judge O. P. Mason of Lincoln, the post office refused to accept that name because it could be too easily confused with Macon. So, the railroad referred to it as Mason and the post office became known as Mason City.
Each year Mason City hosts a â€śHomecoming Celebrationâ€ť, which not only beckons alumni of the communityâ€™s now extinct school, but to all who have fond memories of life in a small town.
The Custer Public Power District is experiencing historic levels of demands for electricity.
The extreme pressure placed on the system during this irrigation systems due to the hot, dry weather is stressing transmission systems, the high voltage lines that move electricity from power plants to CPPDs substations. To reduce that stress, CPPD has placed controls on irrigation wells.
Late last week, Rick Nelson met with a group of NPPD customers to review their options, and decided to divide up its nine power districts into three groups for more effective control of transmission relief.
50 Back-10th- 57.07
50 Fly- 9th- 1:08.13
50 Back-10th- 1:40.97
50 Free- 10th- 1:19.94
100 Free- 4th- 1:42.95
200 IM- 6th- 4:35.41
50 Back- 7th- 59.22
100 Breast- 7th- 2:29.33
50 Fly- 9th- 1:04.62
50 Free- 10th- 42.59
100 Back- 7th- 2:10.65
200 Breast- 2nd- 5:31.78
50 Breast- 10th- 1:11.39
100 Free- 9th- 2:16.78
50 back- 8th- 1:12.83
100 Free- 10th- 1:25.94
200 IM- 8th- 3:40.99
100 Breast- 4th- 1:41.69
50 Free-7th- 35.53
200 Breast- 4th- 3:36.25
Senior Legion Box Score; 7-16-12 at Broken Bow (17-5)
Aurora-15 Broken Bow- 5 (5 innings)
McCullough- CF: AB: 2 R:2 H: 1 RBI: 0
Dodge- 1B: AB: 2 R:2 H:0 RBI: 0
Pomplun- P, SS: AB: 3 R: 0 H: 2 RBI: 3
D. McCormick-LF: AB: 1 R: 0 H: 0 RBI: 0
Quackenbush- LF: AB: 1 R: 0 H: 0 RBI: 0
Coleman- 2B, P: AB: 1 R: 0 H: 1 RBI: 1
Minnick-C: AB: 3 R: 0 H: 1 RBI: 0
J. McCormick- RF: AB: 0 R:0 H: 0 RBI: 0
N. Evans- RF: AB: 3 R: 0 H: 0 RBI: 0
Nelson- 3B: AB: 2 R: 0 H:0 RBI: 0
J. Evans- SS, 2B AB: 1 R: 1 H: 0 RBI: 0
Totals: AB: 19 R: 5 H; 5 RBI: 4
Just this past week, Penn Stateâ€™s students and faculty alike watched as the empire that longtime football coach Joe Paterno and his staff spent decades building, crumble in front of their eyes in a matter of days.
What happened at Penn Sate and with long time assistant coach Jerry Sandusky has been well documented.
No punishment that any governing body could muster would do the victims justice, at least not deep down.
What happened in Happy Valley is unlike anything that has ever swept the college athletic landscape.
William John Wehling, age 65 of Broken Bow, passed away Saturday, July 21, 2012, at his home in Broken Bow.
A celebration of Bill's life was Tuesday, July 24, at the St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Broken Bow with Father Jim Hunt officiating. Burial was in the Broken Bow Cemetery with military honors. Govier Brothers Mortuary of Broken Bow was in charge of arrangements. Memorials are suggested to the UNMC Epply Cancer Center for Research.
B. Erma (Estes) Willenberg was born March 11,1917 near Dunning, to Elmer and Loretta (Rice) Estes and passed away July 19, 2012, at the age of 95 years, 4 months, and 1 days.
ln 1921 Erma's family moved to the Gates community and then in 1923 they moved to the Lillian community. Erma attended school at Lillian and Gates, graduating from Gates High School in 1935.