April 23rd, 2015
Catherine Real, age 58, of Broken Bow, died Thursday, April 16, 2015, at the Heritage Hall Nursing Home in Broken Bow.
Memorial services were Monday, April 20, 2015, at the Broken Bow Cemetery in Broken Bow with Pastor Tyce Jensen officiating.
Burial was in the Broken Bow Cemetery.
Catherine Real was born Dec. 19, 1956, to Harley and Verla (Coble) Real at Weiser, Idaho.
Catherine is survived by her daughter, Lisa E. Willmar of Broken Bow; her son, Paul J. Real of Castle Rock, Colo.; five grandchildren; and one sister, Marcia (Mark) Millage of Castle Rock, Colo.
Kay Lynn Haskell Wells was born Dec. 19, 1938, to Eugene and Susan (Johnson) Haskell in Ainsworth. Her arrival was announced by the noon whistle, just because it was 12 noon.
Kay Lynn loved being a ranch girl. She grew up around ranching, cattle and had a great love of horses. She was often referred to as Bill by those who knew and loved her. Nick named after her granddadâ€™s favorite horse. She was always very proud of that name and giggled when someone brought up â€śBill!â€ť
The Korean War Hero Flight left Broken Bow Neb. Wednesday morning at 9:30 AM. The bus carrying the Korean War veterans and their escorts along with The American Legion Riders leading the way drove around the square for a send off.
The Korean War Hero Flight gives veterans the opportunity to go to Washington D.C. to visit the Korean War Memorial.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Craft breweries, cider drinkers and beer aficionados could benefit from alcohol legislation that cleared first-round debate Tuesday in the Nebraska Legislature.
Senators voted 32-3 to advance a measure that would provide a tax credit for brewers who use Nebraska-grown hops and barley; would redefine hard cider as beer, rather than wine; and would allow more restaurants and bars to sell growlersâ€” refillable large bottles â€” of craft beers to customers for off-site consumption.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” The cost of brand inspections for cattle could rise to $1.10 per head under a bill advanced Monday by Nebraska lawmakers.
Senators gave first-round approval to an increase in the maximum fee charged by the Nebraska Brand Committee, which inspects cattle and investigates missing and stolen cattle. Inspections are mandatory in the western two-thirds of Nebraska anytime a bovine animal changes ownership. The region includes more than 7,000 brand owners.
PONCA, Neb. (AP) â€” A special Nebraska program continues to give high school students from rural areas a shot at medical school in the hope they will return to a similar area to work.
The Rural Health Opportunities Program is designed to help address the shortage of doctors, nurses and other medical workers in rural areas.
The Sioux City Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1bcDkWW ) the program offers a full undergraduate scholarship and early admission to the University of Nebraska Medical School.
(Kearney, Neb.)- On Friday, April 17, the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) conducted compliance checks at 97 businesses in Buffalo and Sherman Counties.
During the effort, compliance checks were conducted at 92 businesses in Buffalo County and five businesses in Sherman County. Five businesses in Buffalo County and one business in Sherman County were found to be non-compliant after selling alcohol to a minor. The retail outlets checked included convenience, liquor and grocery stores as well as restaurants and bars.
Governor Ricketts visited Broken Bow Friday afternoon to tour the new Judicial Center scheduled to be completed June 2015. The Governor praised the progress and concept of the regional judicial center.
See the April 23 issue of the Custer County Chief for the full details of the Governor's important tour.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Terran Petteway, one of the top scorers in the Big Ten the past two seasons, said Thursday he will skip his senior season at Nebraska and declare for the NBA draft.
Petteway was the leading scorer in the Big Ten as a sophomore and ranked fourth this past season. The guard's career average of 18.1 points per game ranks second in program history.
Petteway, who began his college career at Texas Tech, made his announcement from Galveston, Texas, where he was with his family following the death of his mother last week.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Nebraska is considering repealing the death penalty amid a shortage of lethal injection drugs.
A bill to repeal the death penalty won first-round approval from lawmakers Thursday.
Lawmakers advanced the bill 30-13. If that support holds, death penalty opponents would have enough votes to override Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts' promised veto.