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July 8th, 2011

Delores Clouse, 74

July 8, 2011

Delores Irene Clouse, 74, or Arnold passed away at the Golden LivingCenter in Broken Bow, Tuesday, June 28, 2011. She was born Oct. 25, 1936, in Broken Bow, to Dollie Bertha Irene (Timmons) and Glen Lewis Middleton.
She grew up in Oconto, Callaway, Arnold and Stapleton and received her education in Oconto, Callaway and Arnold.
Delores and Charles (Neb) Clouse, Jr. were united in marriage Aug. 2, 1954, in Chadron, after which the couple lived on a ranch in Stapleton and in Arnold, where she worked at the Model Cafe and Archie’s Cafe as a waitress.

July 7th

BBPS introduces new Foundation

July 7, 2011

As school districts across the nation continue to face budget cuts and decreases in state aid, it has become imperative for schools to come up with new ways of getting and maintaining funds. That is the premise behind the creation of the Broken Bow Schools Foundation.
Big projects - such as renovations and large facility projects - have the greatest need of funding when budget dollars are cut. Dr. Virginia Moon, BBPS Superintendent, says because of that districts need a vehicle in which to launch that scope of projects, and a foundation offers this vehicle.

Healing hearts one family at a time

July 7, 2011

Abuse against women, men and children is a widespread problem which occurs within every possible social, economic, racial, religious and age class. Battering often begins in the dating relationship. What appears to be harmless behavior may be identified as the early warning signs of future abuse.
Healing Hearts & Families is excited about completing their first year providing Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault services to eight counties in Central Nebraska. The area they cover includes the counties of Blaine, Custer, Garfield, Greeley, Loup, Sherman, Valley and Wheeler.

Custer County new home for Missouri River flood refugees

July 7, 2011

By Ben Wheeler,
Pheasants Forever Coordinating Wildlife Biologist

The recent floods of the Missouri River have not only displaced people, but also wildlife.
Federally threatened piping plovers typically nest on open, elevated sandbars in several of Nebraska’s river systems, including the Missouri.
Because of the high water on the Missouri River, the sandbars where these birds establish nests are under water, leaving them with no nesting habitat. In order for these birds to produce a successful clutch, they had to find suitable nesting habitat somewhere else.

July 6th

Cosmos competes in North Platte

July 6, 2011

NORTH PLATTE-- The Broken Bow Cosmos swim team was in action last week at the North Platte Invite.
It was a successful day in the pool for multiple athletes.
Alyssa Cyboron took first place honors in the 50 meter backstroke and fifth in both the 50 meter breast stroke and freestyle. Kassidy Cyboron was the runner-up in the 100 free and fourth in the under 50 free.
Blake Denson finished third in both the Under 100 free and Under 50 free.
Chay Nelson won the 200 breaststroke, was the runner-up in the 200IM and 100 fly and placed fourth in the 100 breaststroke.

Seniors defeat Cozad; fall to Aurora

July 6, 2011

BROKEN BOW--The American Legion Baseball season is winding down and the Broken Bow Senior team is attempting to play their best baseball before the area tournament in three weeks and the state tournament slated to begin at the end of the month.
This past Sunday Broken Bow traveled to Ogallala looking to avenge a loss last week. Both teams were shut out through the first three innings of play. In the bottom of the fourth inning Ogallala scored and added another run in the bottom of the fifth inning.

July 5th

Area plays host to holiday weekend activities

July 5, 2011

The Broken Bow Volunteer Fire Department again sponsored a spectacular fireworks display Monday evening over Melham Lake in Broken Bow. The display capped off a full weekend of area activities, which included alumni gatherings, parades, barbecues and much more.
See this week's Custer County Chief for photos of area Independence Day weekend events!

June 30th

From the classroom to the battlefield

June 30, 2011

MASON CITY - - While his classmates were playing ball, dating and going to Prom their senior year of high school, Harry Ray Boyles was half a world away - jumping out of airplanes with a gun, and fighting to preserve the freedom of a nation.
He was barely 18-years-old, drafted into the Army while in his final year at Ansley High School. He was inducted Oct. 25, 1944, at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Harry completed basic training at Camp Hood, Texas. Life had dealt young Harry blows before, but nothing could have prepared him for what was to come.

Ansley student sets sights on World Leadership Congress

June 30, 2011

ANSLEY - - Jordan Rapp may be only an incoming high school junior, but he already has clear-cut goals for his future. And he is spending part of his summer paving the way toward achieving those goals.

Bow company announces plans for significant growth

June 30, 2011

*Adams Land and Cattle Co. will be doubling its production, but not at its current cattle feeding sites.

Adams Land & Cattle Company (ALCC) publicly announced today its plans to again double the size of its business.
Since inception in 1973, ALCC has become one of the premier cattle feeders in the state of Nebraska, by focusing on innovative approaches and research driven production models. ALCC looks to build upon this foundation and has set its sights on becoming one of the major leaders and largest cattle feeders in the nation.

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