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July 13th, 2012

Two local attorneys in consideration for appointment to County Judge

July 13, 2012

Following a hearing by the Judicial Nominating Committee in Broken Bow yesterday afternoon, the names of two Broken Bow attorneys, Michael S. Borders and Tami K. Schendt, have been forwarded to Governor Heineman’s office for consideration for appointment to County Judge in the 8th Judicial District.

HELP NEEDED! Custer Public Power asks everyone to conserve

July 13, 2012

Custer Public Power is sending out a red flag. Nebraska Public Power and our local power district need your help.

On July 4, NPPD’s customers set an all-time energy usage peak of an estimated 3,036 megawatts. The new all-time peak bettered a previous record of 2,851 megawatts reached the day before, July 3, 2012. Prior to this, NPPD’s last all-time peak was 2,671 megawatts set on July 30, 2006.

Custer Public Power sets its own new record of 118 megawatts, 18 more than last year.

Christensen reconnects with the game he loves the most

July 13, 2012

For the past two months or so, Broken Bow had been looking for a rainmaker.

At approxiametly 6:30 Thursday night, farmers crops and families yards received a much needed bath.

The most telling sign that there was a higher power that night, however, came when Chad Christensen stepped on the baseball field at Tomahawk Park.

Just as Christensen had done a week earlier at a Lincoln Saltdogs game, he threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the championship game that was postponed until Monday at 7 p.m.

July 12th

Mid-America League Championship postponed

July 12, 2012

Due to weather conditions, the Mid-America Legion Baseball championship has been postponed until Monday at 7 p.m.

Chad Christensen was on hand to throw out the first pitch. That still took place. That story will be posted shortly.

Spirit Softball earn second place at league tournament

July 12, 2012

Broken Bow’s Kelsie Myers recently returned from a mission trip to
Haiti where she worked as a medical helper in a tent that cared for
the needy.
The Spirit were glad to have her back, as Myers gave the team the
right dose of strong hitting they needed to finish a strong second
place in the league tournament.
Spalding ended the team’s run with an 8-3 victory over the Spirit in
the championship game July 7th.
Myers batted 8-14 in the tournament, which is good for a .571 batting average.

July 11th

Bow welcomes alumni, shoppers, carnival goers and barbecue lovers this weekend

July 11, 2012

Broken Bow High School alumni will be returning to the community this weekend, as both Crazy Days and Alumni Weekend are planned in Broken Bow.
The Kick-Off Event for the alumni will be Friday from 4-7 p.m. at the Broken Bow Municipal Building. This will give alumni a chance to meet, mingle and register for the weekend, while enjoying wine and cheese, or beer and pretzels. This event is hosted by the Broken Bow Schools Foundation Board of Directors.
Saturday, alumni can enjoy a bus tour of Broken Bow, which will depart from the Municipal Building at 10 a.m.

Arcadia youth brings Sandhills stories to life in documentary

July 11, 2012

'Ahh, the Nebraska Sandhills. Its surreal beauty has captivated poets, artists and teachers alike. Beholding its golden waves reaching into the distant horizon, time seems to subside; leaving one in union with its artistry.'
The beauty of the Sandhills has captivated Mitch Hunt, so much so in fact that the young man has set out to capture the land and people of the Sandhills in a special documentary film. The above quote was written by Hunt for a flyer promoting his project.

Christensen to throw out first pitch in league championship game

July 11, 2012

Broken Bow's Chad Christensen will be throwing out the first pitch at the Mid-Nebraska League Championship game this week. The game is set to start at 7 p.m. against Aurora at Tomahawk Park.

July 9th

City Council approves 15 minute parking stall at Smoke Shack

July 9, 2012

The Smoke Shack in Broken Bow is about to get a new parking stall in front of its business. Mark Walker was present at the Monday morning Broken Bow City Council meeting to talk about the request.

“I’m losing 40 percent of my business on Thursdays due to Farmer’s Market sellers parking there all day and I have the receipts to prove it,” explained Walker.

Tim Holcomb, 47

July 9, 2012

Tim Holcomb, 47 of Kearney, passed away Tuesday, July 3, 2012 at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. A private family memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorials are suggested to the family for future designation. Online condolences or personal reflections may be submitted at www.osrfh.com. O'Brien Straatmann Redinger Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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