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Funeral Services for Nicholas Osterhoudt, age 20

Nicholas G. “Nick” Osterhoudt, 20, of Grand Island, NE, died Monday, June 20, 2022, at his home in Grand Island, NE. Services are being planned for a later date. Memorials are suggested to the family with designation at a later date. Curran Funeral Chapel is assisting the family.
GRAND ISLAND, NE
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Funeral Services for Donald Denesia, age 98

Donald Denesia age 98 of Broken Bow, NE passed away July 1, 2022, at the Brookestone View in Broken Bow, NE. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, July 6, 2022, at 10:00 am at the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Broken Bow, NE with Father Jim Hunt officiating. Burial will be in the St. Joseph’s Catholic Cemetery with Military Honors. Memorials are suggested to the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church or the Knights of Columbus. A visitation will be held on Tuesday, July 5th from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, with rosary at 5:00 pm at Govier Brothers Mortuary in Broken Bow. Govier Brothers Mortuary are in charge of arrangements. An online guest book may be signed at govierbrothers.com.
BROKEN BOW, NE
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Power Outage Strikes Southeast Broken Bow

BROKEN BOW – Most of the southeast portion of Broken Bow was without power for forty minutes before electricians under Electric Superintendent Blake Waldow were able to surmise the cause. “A bird got into a spot in between our bus work and wasn’t able to clear itself before it...
BROKEN BOW, NE
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Small Fire Outside of Custer Public Power District in Broken Bow

BROKEN BOW–Around 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 29 a fire was reported outside of the Custer Public Power District building on east Highway 2 in Broken Bow. It was reported to be extinguished shortly after according to Broken Bow Fire Chief Jason Baum. Chief Baum said the fire was...
BROKEN BOW, NE
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Comstock to Celebrate 4th of July with Dedication of Veterans Memorial Wall

COMSTOCK–A fun run, a food truck, fireworks, and freedom all to be present at the annual 4th of July celebration in Comstock!. A highlight at this year’s event includes the dedication of the Veterans Memorial Wall immediately following the parade (across from the post office). The Veterans Memorial...
COMSTOCK, NE
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Trysta Asche Named 2022 Lowell Milken Center Fellow

The Lowell Milken Center (LMC) for Unsung Heroes in. Fort Scott, Kansas, an international educational non–profit, has awarded its prestigious Fellowship to Trysta Asche, an 8th –12th grade Language Arts Instructor for Loup City Public. Schools in Loup City, NE. Trysta arrived in Fort Scott on June 26th...
FORT SCOTT, KS
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Prairie EyeCare Center Receives GROW Award for Renovation

Prairie EyeCare Center doctors and staff stand with Broken Bow Chamber members as they receive GROW award for office renovation. BROKEN BOW—The next time you head to the eye doctor you will really think you need to get your eyes checked! Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but its safe to say the overall optics have been updated and patients will be blown away by the transformation of Prairie EyeCare Center in Broken Bow (408 S 8th Ave).
BROKEN BOW, NE
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Broken Bow Junior Golf Program Tournament Results

The 2022 Jr. Golf Tournament was held at the Broken Bow Country Club on June 28, 2022. 34 kids participated in the tournament, the culmination of Jr. Golf Camp which was held throughout the month of June. First and second places were awarded in 8 categories: Boys and Girls Level 2 (6 holes), Boys and Girls Level 3 (6 holes), Boys and Girls Level 4 (9 holes) and Boys and Girls Level 5 (9 holes). A putting contest was also held for each level. Many volunteers make Jr. Golf Camp possible every year-thank you to all who participated and helped!
BROKEN BOW, NE
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Recapping what’s right with Ord, Nebraska

Here is what panelists had to say during a Journal Live discussion about what can be learned from a heartland community’s efforts to embrace entrepreneurship. Collaborate. Build relationships. Acknowledge the naysayers but don’t let them derail you. Envision your goals and work to achieve them. Those are some...
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