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May 5th, 2014
There is still space available for more teams to sign up for the 21st Annual D.A.R.E. Golf Scramble on Saturday, May 31, at the Broken Bow Country Club. Golfers can register now by calling 872-6424 and asking for Carol or Kelli. The 18-hole scramble will begin with a Shotgun Start at 10:00 am. Entry fees are $40 per person and the event is open to four-person teams (men and women). The entry fees cover green fees, lunch, Mulligans, cash prizes for winners, flag prizes and door prizes. This
event is the only fund raiser held each year for the Drug Abuse Resistance
The Broken Bow Ministerial Association would like to invite the community to the 2014 Baccalaureate Service, which will be held at the Broken Bow Middle School Auditorium on Wednesday, May 7th at 7:00 p.m. The Baccalaureate Service is a traditional part of each yearâs graduation events. It is designed to honor our graduates for their achievements and to challenge them to consider the role that faith can play in their future success.
The U.S. Marshals Metro Fugitive Task Force, along with state and local law enforcement officers, joined together Wednesday to account for 94 registered sex offenders in Custer, Sherman, Valley, Nance, Boone, Howard and Greeley counties. Participating agencies included the seven counties previously listed, the MFTF and the Nebraska State Patrol. The goal was to ensure the stateâs sex offenders are living and working where they are reporting and to gain compliance or arrest any who were not in compliance.
HALSEY -- J.Sterling Morton was ahead of his time in 1872, when he founded Arbor Day. He knew with the intense need for lumber, our forests would not last. Planting trees was needed then as well as now.
In 1902, Halsey Nursery was developed on 15 acres near Halsey, in order to provide seedlings that Botany Professor Charles Bessey of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, would begin to plant in his experimental forest reserve the next year.
Area citizens were given the opportunity this week to learn more about their health on every level - and the best part was - it was all free!
For the second time, Adams Land & Cattle Company hosted a Community Health Fair in Broken Bow, and the Municipal Auditorium. This yearâs event featured 25 vendors, ranging from insurance representatives to financial planning to health screenings and health foods.
ALCCâs Stephanie Miller says the companyâs wellness committee spends about four months planning and organizing the health fair.
The pick-up for the PTA Flower Sales will be this week at Arrow Seed in Broken Bow, with the following schedule:
Thursday & Friday, May 1 - 2; 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, May 3; 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Everyone is invited to the Community Health Fair Monday with much to offer:
â¢ Stride Clinic by pearson Physical Therapy
â¢ EKGs showing Heart Patterns by
the Nebraska Heart Institute
â¢ The American Red Cross will be there, as well as
information on dentistry, massage therapy, weight loss,
sun safety and personal financing.
â¢ Derma Scans will be provided and health screenings.
â¢ There will be yoga demonstrations
â¢ Blood pressure checks
Kids are invited to practice their softball and baseball skills from 3-6 p.m.
ARCADIA - - Many would agree that we live life with the knowledge that life as we know it can change at any moment. For Dr. Mary Neal, the day her life was forever changed was in January 1999 during a kayaking trip on the Fuy River in the remote Los Rios region in South America.
After dropping down a waterfall, her boat became lodged between another boat and rocks at the bottom of a waterfall, where she was hidden and pinned under torrents of water. The power of the water did not allow her an escape, though she tried to release herself from her boat.
Educating students on the impact of Nebraska agriculture is the focus of Ag Fest 2014 on Tuesday, April 29, at the Dawson County Fairgrounds in Lexington and Wednesday, April 30, at the Custer County Fairgrounds in Broken Bow.
The day-long events are designed for fourth and fifth grade students. Each will feature hands-on crop and livestock educational exhibits and three concurrent sessions.
The sessions will include âThe Miracle of Corn,â âWow That Cow,â and âThe H2O Show,â according to Andrea Nisley, UN-L Extension Educator in Dawson County.
Last November history was made in rural Custer County, when a section of a 110-year-old sod house was âharvestedâ for research. Last month a group of high school students from three Custer County high schools were given the unique opportunity to get their hands dirty, and get an up-close look at the historical research.