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May 29th

Faith I. Harrold, 82

May 29, 2013

Faith Irene (Mattox) Harrold passed away May 23, 2013 in Kearney.
She was a member of the E Free Church in Broken Bow, the last surviving original member of the Senators Extension Club, Royal Neighbors of America Lodge, and was on the Executive Board of Christian Women’s Club for 30 plus years.

Margaret Glause-Campbell, 75

May 29, 2013

Margaret Ann Glause delighted her parents, Paul and Genevieve Glause when she arrived in this world July 15, 1937, in Halsey. She graduated from Brewster Rural High School.

Jury trial for Bain continued a 4th time

May 29, 2013

After more than a year and a half and one continuance after another, jury trial for Tyler “TC” Bain has been continued once again.
The trial that was scheduled for June has now been continued for a fourth time - to October 2013.
Bain, 30, was arrested in October 2011, following an incident in which he allegedly abducted and assaulted his ex-wife, Kari Bain. He was formally charged with six counts resulting from that incident, which are:
Count 1: 1st degree sexual assault, Class II felony
Count 2: 2nd degree assault, Class III felony
Count 3: terroristic threats, Class IV felony

Stormy holiday weekend brings needed rain

May 29, 2013

*All of Custer County is in a tornado watch until 10 p.m. (Wednesday)

With many area residents heading out to enjoy the great outdoors over the first official weekend of summer, Memorial Day weekend brought the potential for severe weather - reminding us all that this isn’t just camping and picnicking season. It’s also thunderstorm and tornado season - and the threat for more severe weather remains a possibility again tonight.

May 28th

Budget; wind energy bills advance

May 28, 2013

LINCOLN -- Lawmakers passed the state budget and advanced several bills this week dealing with taxes, child care and wind energy, among other things. Here are some of the highlights:

May 23rd

Anita Lott & Will Jordan

May 23, 2013

Col. and Mrs. Calvin R. Lott, Jr. of Fort Worth, Texas, announce the engagement of their daughter, Anita Alana, to Will Cody Jordan, son of Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth McGaughey of Broken Bow.
The bride-elect received her undergraduate and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees from Texas A&M University and completed an internship in equine surgery at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, Kent. She was a member of Chi Omega sorority.

Ashley Matosich & Carl Mehaffie

May 23, 2013

Ashley Matosich and Carl Mehaffie, both of Boise, Idaho, announce their engagement and approaching wedding.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Don and Anita Matosich of Idaho Falls, Idaho, and granddaughter of Willilam and Beverly Gustafson of Polson, Mont. She is a 2005 graduate of Idaho Falls High School, and 2009 graduate of the University of Montana where she earned a bachelor of science degree is marketing and a bachelor of arts degree in communication. She is currently employed as an academic advisor at Boise State University.

Lucas J. Heusman, 30

May 23, 2013

Lucas John Heusman was born Nov. 29, 1982, in Lincoln to Timothy and Valarie Heusman.
Lucas grew up in Broken Bow and graduated from Broken Bow High School with the class of 2001. Growing up in Custer County, Lucas participated in Cub Scouts and 4-H. While in high school, Lucas excelled in football, wrestling, and track, lettering multiple times throughout his high school career.
April 13, 2004, Lucas was married to Melissa Walker. To this union two children were born: a daughter, Suzanna, and a son, Jacob.

LeVern Cherry, 80

May 23, 2013

LeVern Edward Cherry, 80, of North Platte, passed away May 14, 2013, at the Golden Living Center in Broken Bow.
LeVern was born Oct. 24, 1932, at his parents’ home South of Mason City, to Frank (Pop) and Anna (Supanchick ) Cherry. To this union LeVern was born the fourth of six children; brother, Evert Cherry; sisters, Ethel McAlevy, Helen Young, DeLoris Smith, and Clarrena Overholser.

Clayton Chase, 85

May 23, 2013

Clayton Harold Chase was born March 13, 1928, in Omaha. He was 3-months- old when he was taken to the Nebraska Children’s Home. His biological mother wanted to keep him but as a single mom, knew he needed a good home with parents.
Harold and Kitty Chase of Elsmere, received word that a baby was available for adoption. In 1928, Kitty road on a truck with Miriam Clark to Omaha, to bring Clayton back to Elsmere and make his home with them. Clayton attended country school in Elsmere. He attended two years of high school at Purdum, then finished at Ainsworth High School.

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