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April 4th, 2013
There is a rejuvenated feeling of excitement at the Central Nebraska Commission Company, Broken Bowâ€™s sale barn. Pens are being repaired, the yards are filling up, and trucks last week lined up for blocks waiting to unload cattle.
One communityâ€™s loss, is anotherâ€™s gain.
Those now in charge are Wendell and Kathy Brott, their son Cooper, Sam Teply and Kenny Kramer.
Added to the Broken Bow crew already in place, the sale barn this last week has been busy, busier than it has been for a long, long time.
Itâ€™s a team thing, says Wendell.
According to the Nebraska State Patrol, Lloyd Taber is wanted on five warrants in the state of Missouri, and one in South Dakota for a stolen car.
He ditched that stolen car east of Halsey, and it was recovered around noon today. State troopers are searching the area, and he is considered to be armed and dangerous. He was last seen in the Halsey/Dunning area near the Shinn Turkey Ranch.
He is 5'6", 175 lbs., brown eyes, and bald.
If you have information on his whereabouts contact the NSP by calling 911 immediately.
THEDFORD - - Some call her Rev. Martin, some call her Pastor Linda, most call her Linda, and that is how Linda Martin, Pastor of the First Congregational United Church of Christ (UCC) in Halsey, Thedford, and Seneca prefers to be called.
â€śTitles are pretentious, I am Linda.â€ť
The City of Broken Bow will not be renewing its contract with Energy Pioneer Solutions. The council members did not agree with Council President Chad Schall, who strongly voiced his support of renewing the contract, and the motion made by Schall to do so died for lack of a second.
Several people gathered in The Outfitter in Broken Bow Monday evening for the announcement of this year's headline entertainment at the Custer County Fair. Adam Smith, of KRVN - The River of Lexington, was broadcasting live from the store as the announcement was made that The Casey Donahew Band will be performing at the fair July 30.
A 51-year-old Ansley man has been sentenced to federal prison for possession of child pornography, as the result of a joint investigation involving the Custer County Sheriffâ€™s Office, Nebraska State Patrol and Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force.
Anthony Lewandowski was arrested June 21, 2012, after a warrant was issued following an investigation in which a computer that Lewandowski possessed was found to have child pornography on it. The computer, along with other electronic devices, was seized. He was charged with 10 counts of possession of child pornography.
MASON CITY - - The Mason City Volunteer Fire Department and Broken Bow Food Pantry will now be able to better serve the community thanks to the support of local farmer, Joan Zimmer, and Americaâ€™s Farmers Grow Communities.
The quest to get healthy affects many Americans, and with a new year generally comes renewed ambitions to lose weight. Becky Pearson and her staff at Pearson Physical Therapy in Broken Bow saw this as the perfect opportunity to lend a little incentive to area residentâ€™s weight loss goals.
Pearson says she and her staff began discussing hosting some type of weight loss challenge last fall. They decided January would be the ideal time to get the challenge underway.
There is a new face at the Custer County Fairgrounds, albeit a familiar one. Toby Kinderknecht officially began his duties as Custer County Fairgrounds Manager Monday, March 18.
While he has never actually lived in this area, Broken Bow is hardly new to Toby. Back in the 1980s he was a regular at the horse track here, working first as an assistant horse trainer and then head trainer.
Toby will be taking over for previous Fairgrounds Manager Leon Meyer, who announced his retirement in January.
Custer County District Judge Karin Noakes firmly addressed Trent Esch Thursday morning before passing sentence on him in District Court.
"It is obvious to everyone involved in this case that you have an extreme problem with alcohol, and despite everyone's efforts - including the judicial system - it has just gotten worse," said Judge Noakes. "And the repercussions of that have escalated. You certainly intended to send a message when you chose this target, and that's disturbing."