Archive - Feb 8, 2012 - News Article
The Broken Bow High School Athletic Hall of Fame is enshrining two new individuals and all state championship and unbeaten teams Friday night during the basketball games.Â
"The community should feel proud," said Zella Briggs, chairperson of the BBHS Hall of Fame Committee. "We have two top-notch individuals that we are honoring Friday night. Terry and Nikki have both meant a lot to Broken Bow."
Briggs is referring to Terry Lewis and Nikki Scott.Â
Louis is a former state champion track athlete and Scott was a four-year letter-winner and state champion on the girls basketball team.
One Broken Bow mom will sleep with more peace of mind from now on, thanks to a generous donation from the Broken Bow Volunteer Fire Department and the Custer County Chapter of the Salvation Army.
The two entities pooled their resources to split the cost of purchasing a very special piece of life-saving equipment, for a very special little boy.
Ten-year-old Aniah Preston is completely deaf in his left ear, and has very little hearing ability in his right. He wears a cochlear implant in his left ear, but not at night.
A large contingency of family, friends and community members gathered last Friday to say goodbye to a man who has been an intregal part of the Broken Bow community for more than four decades. Jim Franssen was laid to rest at the Broken Bow Cemetery Friday morning. He died Jan. 29 in Lincoln.
Also on hand to pay their final respects, were many members of the Broken Bow Volunteer Fire Department - the department Jim himself was devoted to for many years. In 2011, Jim was honored for 45 years of service to the fire department. He also served for several years as an E.M.T. in Broken Bow.
ORD - - It's the kind of stuff television shows like 48 Hours Mystery and Cold Case Files are made of. A woman is last seen leaving a small town bar; her body is found in a shallow grave three years later. The police have a suspect, but seem unable to gather enough evidence to make an arrest. The case goes cold for more than 20 years. Then, new evidence, new witnesses, and the suspect is in custody.