Archive - Mar 1, 2013 - News Article
The Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce has a new executive director. Donnis Bullock of Cozad has accepted the position and beginning March 13 sheâ€™ll be on the job.
Her appointment was officially announced Feb. 23 at the Chamberâ€™s Annual Banquet.
She says she is excited about being part of the energy that has contributed to Broken Bowâ€™s growth. Her husband Chip, is the branch manager for Horizon Ag in Custer County.
â€śI feel like Iâ€™ve been an outsider looking in and now I want to be part of that energy,â€ť Donnis (prounced just like Dennis only with an o) said.
LINCOLN â€“ The 26th annual 5-day Tour de Nebraska bicycle ride will head to beautiful central Nebraska on its 306-mile round trip journey, June 19-23, 2013. Approximately 300 cyclists will leave Doniphan on Wednesday, June 19 and camp overnight in Loup City, Callaway, Holdrege and Blue Hill.
â€śWe are very excited about the route this yearâ€”because we will be riding on some quiet roads that wind through some of the most beautiful areas in the state,â€ť according to Susan Larson Rodenburg, who organizes the tour with her husband, Rich.
LINCOLN â€“ Guns, drugs and flying lanterns were among legislative bills debated during the Nebraska Legislatureâ€™s Judiciary Committee hearings, Thursday, Feb. 28.
LB390, sponsored by Sen. Mark Christensen of Imperial would remove the Nebraska governor's powers to take guns and ammunition under the Emergency Management Act.
â€śItâ€™s the times of emergency that you need (guns) the most to protect your own self,â€ť he said.
A/M grad returns home -
Terisa Gilligan doesnâ€™t exactly fit the image most would have of a probation officer. But that does not deter her from doing her job.
The 2006 Anselmo-Merna High School graduate began her duties as probation officer in Custer County in September 2011 - though she says that was not her first career choice.
After high school, Terisa went to McCook Community College where she was a member of the volleyball team. After one year in McCook she transferred to Mid Plains Community College in North Platte, where she earned her associateâ€™s degree.
The Broken Bow Planning Commission was greeted by a host of visitors during their monthly meeting Feb. 22 in the Broken Bow Municipal Building. On the agenda were three separate requests involving plans for multi-family housing within the city.
Up first was Brad Quackenbush, addressing the board in regards to a property he owns at 437 North 12th Street. The structure is currently set up as a duplex, however Quackenbush is in the process of renovating the property and dividing it into three or four units, requiring permission from the commission.