Archive - Apr 21, 2011 - News Article
Hunters, look no further - the Custer County Chief Easter egg has been found! Sisters Rachel Simmons, age 4 (left) and Elissa Simmons, age 6, followed the clues in the April 21 Custer County Chief which led them to the hidden egg, located at the Custer County Courthouse.
The girls are the daughters of Russ and Michelle Simmons. The family relocated to Broken Bow about a year ago, and therefore were not familiar with the history of the area which was referred to in some of the clues.
All voters in the Broken Bow School District have an opinion, and the school board and administrators would like to hear them.
Starting next week, all registered voters within School District 25 will begin receiving telephone survey calls. According to Broken Bow Superintendent Dr. Virginia Moon, the main goal of this survey is to find out what is important to the community in terms of the schools.
â€śThis is to help us know the hopes and wishes of the community as we move forward,â€ť Dr. Moon explained.
With a unanimous vote by the Board of Education, the Broken Bow School district will benefit from the addition of a new administrator beginning next fall.
A 210-contract was approved at the April 18 meeting for Kirk Crawley as Assistant Elementary Principal, with a salary of $65,500. Crawley has served the district as elementary teacher for more than 30 years.
The Custer County Chief is standing tall. The newspaper walked away with 12 awards from this yearâ€™s NPA (Nebraska Press Association) â€śBetter Newspaper Contest.â€ť
The Chief was honored Saturday with two first place finishes, six seconds, and four thirds at the stateâ€™s annual Nebraska Press Convention in Lincoln.
â€śI am so proud of the staff, and of what they are able to accomplish,â€ť said Publisher Deb McCaslin. â€śTo even be mentioned in the General Excellence division is tough, much less come home with second place honors in that department.â€ť
The schools of Callaway and Arnold are winding down their first year as a co-op athletic program, the South Loup Bobcats. These students, however, took it one step further and petitioned the school boards and parents of both schools to approve a combined Prom. Last Saturday, that event took place as students from the two schools dressed to the nines and met at Arnold High School.