Archive - 2013
In a battle of two of the top teams in six-man football, No. 4 Arcadia came just short of topping No. 2 Sioux County, losing 30-18.
After a scoreless first quarter, Jordan Hovie-a mid-season Lexington transfer- helped the Huskies move the ball down the field before scoring on a six-yard touchdown run to put the Huskies up 6-0. Hovie Scored again in the final four minutes of the second quarter on a 19-yard touchdown run, extending the Huskies lead to 12-0.
Sioux County put up a 10-yard touchdown pass before the first half ended and the scored stayed at 12-8 at the break.
With Halloween approaching, many people are putting up their spookiest dÃ©cor: cackling witches, giant spiders, and a plethora of bats, depicting large fangs and evil eyes. These winged mammals have gotten a bad rap over the years as they turn up in unfavorable locations, like house attics and barns, and are chastised for being flying rabies carriers.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â Nebraskans will likely notice a change when it comes time to renew their license plates because reminder letters will now come from the state instead of counties.
Department of Motor Vehicles Director Rhonda Lahm says having the state mail the roughly 2.1 million notices each year will be more efficient.
Lahm says her department will use an automated method that should save time and money. Previously, each county sent reminders when vehicle registrations were due for renewal.
Broken Bow- 40 Ainsworth- 7
Anselmo-Merna- 41 Elwood- 34
Twin Loup- 25 South Loup- 15
Loup City- 48 Ansley-Litchfield- 24
Loomis- 50 S-E-M- 14
Twin Loup vs. South Loup is always a heavyweight fight where both teams can win the game by grinding it out.
This year, there was a slight twist as Twin Loup used a bit of trickery to help get the 25-15 victory.
In the final minutes of the first quarter, Twin Loup quarterback Jack Gibbens pitched the ball out to Dexter Griebel, who the launched a 41-yard pass to Brayden Davis, who took it in for the touchdown.
The score extended the Wolves lead to 18-7 to end the first quarter.
The Custer County Corn Growers are asking for your help.
The railroad crossing near The Andersons east of Anselmo is a fatality waiting to happen. It isn't a matter of if, for the Custer County Corn Growers, they say it is a matter of when.
The railroad, Burlington Northern SantÃ© Fe, and the Nebraska Department of Roads want the crossing closed but the residents of the area, with special emphasis on emergency fire and rescue crews, say it needs to remain open for the safety of the community.
Albert L. Thomas, age 91 of Scribner, died Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013, at the Fremont Area Medical Center.
Albert was born Sept. 6, 1922, in Milburn, to Wilson E. and Clara Edna âHogaboomâ Thomas. He was raised in Milburn and graduated from Dunning High School in 1939. After high school Albert began his long career with the telephone company. Albert married Zita Mae Foote Aug. 16, 1947. The couple moved to Scribner in 1957. Albert was working for Great Plains Communication until he retired in 1987.
Leonard F. Edwards, 85 of Ord, passed away Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013, at the Valley County Health System Hospital in Ord.
A Celebration of Life was held Monday, Oct. 7, 2013, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Ord. Fathers Josh Brown and Mark Maresh officiated. Cremation followed and a private inurnment was in the Ord City Cemetery, with Military Honors presented by the Ord VFW Post 7029 and American Legion Post 38. Memorials are suggested to the Ord FFA. Ord Memorial Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
Glen A. Gascho, 92 of Cairo, died Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013, at Good Samaritan Society in Wood River. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at the First Baptist Church in Cairo with the Rev. Darrel Holzinger and the Rev. Jack Bolling officiating. Burial will be in the Mennonite Church Cemetery of Wood River. Apfel Funeral Home of Cairo is in charge of arrangements.
Glen A. Gascho was born May 21, 1921, in rural Hall County to Arthur and Barbara (Stutzman) Gascho.