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Ansley cooks deal with kitchen challenge

October 21, 2011

ANSLEY - - When new renovations and construction began at Ansley School, little did everyone realize they would be losing their kitchen. Soon after that, they would lose their cooks too.
But prayers would be answered and two new cooks would start work before the new school year. The two newly hired cooks, Luanne Wiese and Renee Lenstrom, didn’t quite realize what they were getting themselves into.

Grandparents tackle helmet project and score

October 21, 2011

If you attended Thursday night's Broken Bow football game against Cozad, you may have noticed the new helmets. They still display the red double B insignia that numerous Broken Bow athletes have worn proudly, however this Broken Bow squad was wearing brand-new Zenith football helmets funded by an extensive fundraising drive created by the grandparents of the Broken Bow community.
Bev Reynolds, chairman of the Grandparents for Helmets campaign, heard of a group of individuals who raised money in Holdrege and thought, “Why can’t we do that here?”

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