May 6th, 2015
Memorial services remembering Bertini Joyner Talbot will be at the First Presbyterian Church in Broken Bow Monday, May 18, at 11:30 a.m.
The family would like to invite everyone to join them for a luncheon in the church basement following the services.
Tyler James Vanderheiden died May 2, 2015, in North Platte, at the age of 20.
Tyler is survived by his parents, Tim and Shannon Vanderheiden; sister, Sydney Vanderheiden; brother, Will Vanderheiden of North Platte; grandparents Derrill and Belinda Larrimore and Doug and Betsy Walker of Jackson, Ala.
He is preceded in death by grandparents, Don and Donna Vanderheiden of Broken Bow; and grandfather, Johnny James of Coffeeville, Ala.
Tyler was born March 28, 1995, in Mobile, Ala.
He graduated from North Platte High School in 2013.
Marion âPoochâ Olson, age 79, of Anselmo died Monday, April 27, 2015, at the Heritage Hall Nursing Home in Broken Bow.
Funeral services were May 2, 2015, in the United Methodist Church in Broken Bow with Pastor Andrew Black officiating.Â
Burial was in the Merna Cemetery with Military Honors.Â
Govier Brothers Mortuary of Broken Bow was in charge of the arrangements.Â
Memorials are suggested to the Heritage Hall Nursing Home or the Asera Care Hospice.Â Â
Dr. Berl W. Spencer, 79, beloved husband, father, grandfather and longtime family physician in Ogallala, went home to his Lord and Savior Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014, after a lengthy illness, at the Englewood Meridian Retirement Home of Englewood, Colo.
Berl Warner Spencer was born Jan. 27, 1935, in Broken Bow, the son of Lowell and Ida (Worm) Spencer.
He attended Broken Bow public schools and was in Kindergarten when he first met his future bride, Barbara Thurman.
Bill D. Hircock, 78, of Hot Springs, Ark., passed away April 19, 2015.
He was born March 14, 1937, in Broken Bow, to the late George William and Vera Ardis (Horne) Hircock.
Bill was a member of First Assembly of God Church in Hot Springs.
Bill volunteered throughout his life. In Colorado, he served as a scoutmaster with the Boy Scouts.Â He volunteered in many places after his family moved to Minnesota. In his local area, Bill volunteered with his local church, Place of Hope Ministries, Lake Geneva Christian Center, and by mentoring his students.Â
National Day of Prayer breakfast will be at the Municipal Auditorium in Broken Bow Thursday May 7 at 6:30 AM.
A light breakfast will be served prior to the beginning the service
This is the 64th annual National Day of Prayer.
National Day of Prayer was established by Congress in 1952.
Baccalaureate Services for Broken Bow High Class of 2015 is tonight, May 6, at 7 PM. Service will be in the Middle School Auditorium.
Family, friends and the public are invited to attend and support our Seniors.
Baccalaureate is sponsored by the Broken Bow Ministerial Association
IRVING, Texas (AP) â Randy Gregory is confident the Dallas Cowboys won't have to worry about off-the-field issues that caused the former Nebraska defensive end with first-round talent to slide to the end of the second round.
"Because I know where my mindset is at," Gregory said after the Cowboys made him the 60th overall pick Friday night. "I know I made a mistake. I know there is only so much I can say â talk is cheap sometimes. I really want to show these guys what I can do and I am really serious about what I say."
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â An effort to attract more wind farms to Nebraska failed on Tuesday after senators derailed a bill that would have provided $75 million in production tax credits for renewable energy.
Conservative senators mounted a filibuster to block the proposal, arguing that the state shouldn't subsidize wind energy.
The bill by Sen. Jeremy Nordquist of Omaha would have provided up to $75 million in tax credits over a decade for wind farms. Nordquist agreed to the cap and a December 2021 sunset date for the program to try to win support for the legislation.
NORFOLK, Neb. (AP) â Officials say Nebraska Livestock Sales of Norfolk has suspended its summer schedule.
Jim Barta owns the operation, and he said Monday that, "due to the declining number of cattle in the area, we are going to go with seasonal sales at the livestock market."
Sales recently were cut to two days a week from three.
In March 2006 the market was sold by the Emrich family and Don Balfany of Norfolk to the Barta family, of Fremont. The Bartas own other livestock markets, including Nebraska Livestock Sales operations in Alma, Blue Hill, Ericson, O'Neill and Tecumseh.