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Bernard D. Craven, 83


Bernard Dale Craven, 83, of Bassett, Nebraska died January 21, 2015 at Parkside Manor in Stuart, Nebraska.

Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Methodist Church in Burwell, Nebraska. Burial will be in Cottonwood Cemetery in Burwell. Pastor Dennis Davenport will officiate. Visitation will from 5 – 7 p.m. on Friday at Hitchcock Funeral Home in Burwell. Memorials are suggested to Parkside Manor, Ascera Care Hospice, Burwell Color Guard or Nebraska’s Big Rodeo.

Bernard was born May 16, 1931 to James and Mary (Thomas) Craven at Berwyn, Nebraska.

Bernard was raised on a ranch near Burwell. He went to country school and then graduated from Burwell High School.

After graduation Bernard worked as a lineman for the power company and also worked at the Nickels ranch. On July 8, 1952 Bernard entered the United States Army and was honorably discharged on July 7, 1954. Bernard worked as a lineman for Stake Construction before moving to Rose, Nebraska in 1955. He worked for Dutch and Isabel Swanson for thirteen years. Bernard married Darlene Kirby in June of 1955 in Ord, Nebraska and they were later divorced. Bernard bought the ranch from Dutch and Isabel after their retirement.

Bernard married Janice Butts on September 25, 1976 in Grand Island, Nebraska. Jan died on December 21, 2000.

Bernard enjoyed ranching and was a member of the Burwell Legion, the Sandhills Cattleman Association, the Rose School board and the Soil Conservation board.

Bernard is survived by five children, Deb and Larry Schwanke of Amboy, Minnesota, Vicky and Nyal Moninger of Dupree, South Dakota, Doug and Dolores Craven of Bassett, Nebraska, Jackie and Lynn Barta of Sierra Vista, Arizona and Jim Craven of Newport, Nebraska. Twenty two grandchildren, forty eight great-grandchildren and two great great-grandchildren. A sister, AnnaBelle Craven of Central Point, Oregon and nieces and nephews.

Bernard was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Jan Craven, a step son, Jeff Roggasch, Two sisters, Sarah Donner and Isabel and Eldon “Tub” Mattern, two brothers, Thomas Craven and Bill Craven. Two great-grandchildren, Hayden Craven and Madeline Wiley.

 

Vera M. Berryman, 97




Vera M. Berryman, 97, of Scotia passed away on Tuesday, January 20, 2015, at the Howard County Medical Center.
Funeral Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 24, 2015, at the Scotia United Methodist Church. Pastor Toni Nolze will officiate. Burial will be in the Mt. Hope Cemetery at Scotia. Visitation will be on Friday from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at the church. Memorials are suggested to the Scotia United Methodist Church or the Scotia EMT’s. Ord Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Vera Marie was born September 1, 1917, the oldest of five children to Hugh and Alta (Wilken) Pickrel in York County, Nebraska.
Following graduation from York High School, Vera attended York College to study business. She was active in Campfire Girls, becoming a camp leader and in Job’s Daughters, being a past honored Queen.
On July 30, 1944, Vera was united in marriage to Evan Smith. To this union two children were born, Evan and Pamela.
The family moved to Scotia in 1948, to manage S.E. Smith and Sons Lumberyard. Vera was a business woman, having been a private secretary and bookkeeper before her marriage. In 1960, she took over the business upon Evan’s death.
On May 5, 1973, Vera married Dana Berryman. The couple enjoyed spending winters in Lake Havasu, Arizona where they made many lasting friendships. Mr. Berryman passed away in 1998.
Vera was a member of the Scotia United Methodist Church, Daughter’s of Faith Circle; 58 Year member of American Legion Auxiliary, Scotia Women’s Club and served on the Scotia Library Board. She loved spending time with her family. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren brought a special joy to her life.
Survivors include her son, Evan of Scotia; a daughter and son-in-law, Pamela and Mike Hudson of Holdrege; grandchildren, Lisa and Shaun Jensen, Brent and Kami Hudson; and Kelly and Patrick Straatmann; great-grandchildren, Mackenzie, Mackenna, Mackinley and Beau Jensen; Karley and Claire Hudson and Dalton and Wyatt Straatmann; a sister, Dorothy Tucker of North Liberty, Iowa; two sisters-in-law, Jane Bernard and Helen Smith both of Shelton, Nebraska; and a brother-in-law, Don Hennings of Texas.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husbands, Evan Smith and Dana Berryman; a sister, Ruth Hennings; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Hugh and Alice Pickrel and Evan and Maxine Pickrel; and three brothers-in-law, Robert Tucker, Jacques Smith and Franklin Bernhard.

 

Thomas H. Wallin, 86


Thomas “Tommy” H. Wallin, 86, of Scotia, Nebraska, died Friday, January 16, 2015, at the Howard County Medical Center in St. Paul.

Memorial services were held at 7 pm on Monday, January 19th at Zion Lutheran Church in Scotia. The Rev. Mark Middendorf officiated. Sue Vlach was organist and David Winter, the vocalist. His body was cremated and will be inurned at a later date. Jacobsen-Greenway Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Tommy was born September 11, 1928, in Central City, Nebraska, to Hilmer and Ema (Hannigan) Wallin. The family farmed in Merrick and Loup Counties. Tommy attended schools in both counties and graduated from Loup County High School in 1946.

He enlisted in the Navy, serving from June 1946 until June 1948. As a Yeoman Third Class, he was stationed primarily in California.

On February 4, 1950, he married Berneice Olson at the Methodist parsonage in Burwell. To this union, a daughter, Barbara, was born. They made their home in the Taylor area until they moved to Scotia in 1953, where they farmed and fed cattle. Berneice passed away on February 9, 2006, and Tommy continued to live on the farm until the time of his death.

Tommy and Berniece were organizational leaders of the Tail Twisters 4-H Club, which recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. He served on the Scotia Public School board and was involved in the Howard Co. Feeders & Breeders. He enjoyed going to cattle sales and checking pastures on horseback. His love for all these activities was overshadowed by his love for his grandchildren.

Tommy was baptized and confirmed as a member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Scotia.

He is survived by his daughter Barb (Terry) Christensen of North Loup; granddaughter Tara (Cody) Naprstek of Lexington; grandson Bradley (Melissa) Christensen of Columbus; and great-grandchildren Trevor and Mallery Schultz, also from Columbus. Additional survivors include his sister, Sarah (Bill) Putters of Pensacola, Florida; an aunt, Nona Wallin of Omaha; sister-in-laws Clara Smolik of Alma, Audrey Olson of Newport, Alice Ann Olson of Omaha, and Helen Wilson of Blair; and a brother-in-law Ralph Olson of Lincoln.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the family for later designation or to the donor’s choice.

Terry R. O'Neel, 56




Terry R. O’Neel, 56, of rural Ord passed away on Thursday, January 15, 2015, at Bryan LGH West Medical Center in Lincoln after upper respiratory complications due to an accident on November 7, 2014.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 11:00 a.m. with a musical prelude beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 20, 2015, at the Ord First United Methodist Church. Pastors Tom Burkholder and Lonnie Carpenter will officiate. Inurnment will be at a later date at the Rose Cemetery at Rose, Nebraska. In lieu of flowers memorials are suggested to the Ord Fire Department and the Rose Church. Ord Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Terry Ray was born March 7, 1958, to Myron “Mike” and Beverly (Tucker) O’Neel at St. Louis, Missouri. The family moved back to the Sandhills of Nebraska when Terry was two years old. In 1962, the family settled in Ord, Nebraska. He was raised on a farm outside of Ord and graduated from Ord High School in 1976. Terry enjoyed spending his summers participating in high school rodeos and helping his grandparents on their ranch near Rose, Nebraska.
In 1978, Terry was united in marriage to his high school sweetheart, Denise Ann Woodgate. The couple worked on a large ranch in the Sandhills, north of Burwell. In 1980, they made their home in Ord, where they raised their family of three children, Tyler, Travis and Timbre.
Terry began surveying for the Bureau of Reclamation and worked on the Calamus Dam project. In 1995, he took a job surveying with the Nebraska Department of Roads. Over the next 20 years, he worked his way up to a Computer Technician for District #4.
Terry enjoyed hosting the annual T Bar D musical festival; making cappuccino for his three grandchildren and collecting firearms. He especially liked spending time outdoors, riding his Harley, and scuba diving, He went on many Pack Mule trips in the Rocky Mountains; and shared cowboy poetry around the campfire.
Terry was a member of the Patriot Guard, Rocky Mountain Mule Association and the Ord Assembly of God Church.
On November 7, 2014, following an accident that left him a quadriplegic, and on life support; Terry never asked why. Terry was very strong in his faith and an inspiration to many. He used the time God gave him to show others courage, faith and peace.
On January 15, 2015, Terry became a hero when he passed on to his heavenly home. Through him, a miracle was answered for three families as he donated his vital organs to save their lives. His body was then bequeathed to medical science for further education. He will always be remembered for his kindness, generosity, and selfless acts toward others.
Survivors include his wife of 36 years, Denise O’Neel of Ord; his father, Mike O’Neel of Ord; two sons, Tyler O’Neel and Travis O’Neel and his fiancé, Catherine Lee all of Ord; one daughter, Timbre O’Neel and her fiancé, Tyler Crumrine all of Ord; three grandchildren, Treyton, Kaiya and Katrina Cassell all of Ord; a brother, Rod O’Neel of Burwell; father-in-law, Gerald “Woody” Woodgate of Ord; a brother and sister-in-law, Jerry and Michelle Woodgate of St. Paul; three nephews, Clinton O’Neel and Kyle and Dylan Woodgate; and a niece, Darci O’Neel.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Beverly O’Neel; sister-in-law, Wendy (Mrs. Rod) O’Neel and mother-in-law, Elvera Woodgate.
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Huskers Hold On in Second Half, Beat Spartans


LINCOLN -- Nebraska men's basketball built a 14-point first-half lead and topped Michigan State, 79-77, on Saturday. Terran Petteway scored a season-high 32 points in the victory. The Huskers have won four of their last five games.

UNL's halftime advantage ballooned to 17 in the second half. That got trimmed down to four with 54 seconds left. Shavon Shields had his inbound stolen, but MSU didn't get a clean shot off in the final seconds.

Petteway finished the night 10-17 from the field. It's the tenth time this season he's tallied more than 20 points.

Attendees, coaches and players wore yellow "Avery Strong" shits during the game in support of Avery Harriman, the seven-year-old son of Nebraska Assistant Coach Chris Harriman. The younger Harriman has been battling leukemia. The event was to raise awareness for the National Marrow Donor Program.

1/24 High School Sports Slate


BASKETBALL

FINALS

BOYS

Valentine 80 - Broken Bow 61

Ord 50 - Arcadia/Loup City 42

Riverside 53 - Fullerton 43 (Goldenrod Conference Tournament Final)

Kenesaw 56 - Pleasanton 53

CWC 52 - Twin Loup 27

GIRLS

Valentine 47 - Broken Bow 39

Ord 55 - Arcadia/Loup City 30

CWC 67 - Twin Loup 31

Kenesaw 48 - Pleasanton 27

WRESTLING

LouPlatte Conference Tournament

Arcadia/Loup City
-WEIGHT (120): Quarterfinals - Wyatt Lane (Arcadia/Loup City) over Austen Spike (Doniphan/Trumbull) (Fall 5:34)
-WEIGHT (126): Quarterfinals - Jacob Gappa (Kearney Catholic) over Joe Hervert (Arcadia/Loup City) (Fall 4:52)
-WEIGHT (126): Cons. Round 1 - Joe Hervert (Arcadia/Loup City) over Hunter Smallcomb (Gibbon) (Fall 2:04)

-WEIGHT (132): Quarterfinals - Mckway Scott (Arcadia/Loup City) over Collin Lothrop (St. Paul) (Fall 2:36)
-WEIGHT (132): Semifinals - Zach McNally (Doniphan/Trumbull) over Mckway Scott (Arcadia/Loup City (Dec 4-0)
-WEIGHT (132): Cons. Semis - Gerardo Raymundo (Gibbon) over Mckway Scott (Arcadia/Loup City) (11-10)
-WEIGHT (138): Cons. Semis - Oscar Cuellar (Gibbon) over Brady Krzycki (Arcadia/Loup City) (Dec 10-5)
-WEIGHT (160): Quarterfinals - Thomas Spilinek (Arcadia/Loup City) over Christian Thompson (Wood River) (Fall 1:46)
-WEIGHT (160): Semifinals - David Gross (St. Paul) over Thomas Spilinek (Arcardia/Loup CIty (Dec 9-2)

-WEIGHT (170): Cons. Semis - Austin Skibinski (Arcadia/Loup City) over Willy Martinez (Gibbon) (Fall 3:54)
-WEIGHT (170): 3rd Place Match - Jesse Antle (Doniphan/Trumbull) over Austin Skibinski (Arcadia/Loup CIty) (Dec 1-0)
-WEIGHT (182): Quarterfinals - Jared Curlo (Arcadia/Loup City) over Derrick Vavra (Doniphan/Trumbull) (Fall 1:34)
-WEIGHT (182): Semifinals - Jared Curlo (Arcadia/Loup City) over Keaton Husak (Wood River) (Dec 8-5)
-WEIGHT (182): 1st Place Match - Coltin Brown (Gibbon) over Jared Curlo (Arcadia/Loup City) (Fall 4:27)
-WEIGHT (195): Semifinals - Matt Jameson (St. Paul) over Clay Bauer (Arcadia/Loup City) (Fall 4:27)

-WEIGHT (220): Zach Hulinksk (Arcadia/Loup City) over Collin Smyth (Gibbon) (Fall 0:00)
-WEIGHT (285): 1st Place Match - Ozzy Rodriguez (Gibbon) over Lane Hruby (Arcadia/Loup City) (Fall 3:21)


Ord
-WEIGHT (113): Quarterfinals - Wyatt Allan (Wood River) over Jackson Ulrich (Ord) (Fall 5:04)
-WEIGHT (113): 3rd Place Match - Lane Brown (Gibbon) over Jackson Ulrich (Ord) (Dec 10-3)
-WEIGHT (120): Paiton Lech (Ord) over Jake Keating (Kearney Catholic) (Dec 5-1)
-WEIGHT (120): 1st Place Match - Vinny Pearson (Gibbon) over Paiton Lech (Ord) (Dec 12-9)
-WEIGHT (126): 1st Place Match - Dillon Paczosa (St. Paul) over Clinton O'Neel (Ord) (Dec 8-3)
-WEIGHT (138): Cons. Semis - Lance Luehm (Ord) over Chet Quist (Doniphan/Trumbull) (Fall 4:02)
-WEIGHT (138): 3rd Place Match - Oscar Cuerllar (Gibbon) over Lance Luehm (Ord) (Dec 8-4)
-WEIGHT (145): Quarterfinals - Kaden Dawe (Ord) over Ryan Jurgenson (St. Paul) (Fall 1:35)
-WEIGHT (145): Semifinals - Joseph Feldner (Kearney Catholic) over Kaden Dawe (Ord) (TF 18-1 5:42)
-WEIGHT (145): 3rd Place Match - Jacob Tracy (Gibbon) over Kaden Dawe (Ord) (Dec 7-2)
-WEIGHT (152): Quarterfinals - Gavin Trompke (Ord) over Cristian Tamayo (Gibbon) (Fall 5:19)
-WEIGHT (152): Semifinals - Matt Rojas (Wood River) over Gavin Trompke (Ord) (Fall 5:23)
-WEIGHT (160): Cons. Semis - Brennen Lech (Ord over Christian Thompson (Wood River) (Fall 2:02)
-WEIGHT (182): Quarterfinals - Keaton Husak (Wood River) over Tanner Knight (Ord) (Dec 9-4)
-WEIGHT (182): Cons. Round 1 - Tanner Knight (Ord) over Derrick Vavra (Doniphan/Trumbull) (Fall 2:40)


Ravenna
-WEIGHT (120): Champ. Round 1 - Vinny Pearson (Gibbon) over Tanner Douglas (Ravenna) (Fall 4:23)
-WEIGHT (120):  Cons. Round 2 - Jack Keating (Kearney Catholic) over Tanner Douglas (Ravenna) (Fall 2:32)
-WEIGHT (145): Quarterfinals - Jacob Tracy (Gibbon) over Greg Keezer (Ravenna) (TF 18-3 5:30)
-WEIGHT (152): 1st Place Match - Matt Rojas (Wood River) over Sam Folkers (Ravenna (Dec 8-4)


St. Paul
-WEIGHT (106): Semifnals - Tyler Cunningham (St. Paul) over Chase Smith (Gibbon) (MD 14-3)
-WEIGHT (106): 1st Place Match - Eric Pacheco (Kearney Catholic) over Tyler Cunningham (St. Paul (MD 10-1)
-WEIGHT (113): Quarterfinals - Nolan Berrry (Adams Central) over Payton Mamot (St. Paul) (Fall 1:28)
-WEIGHT (113): Cons. Semis - Lane Brown (Gibbon) over Payton Mamot (St. Paul) (Fall 2:32)
-WEIGHT (120): Quarterfinals - Jarred Hulinsky (St. Paul) over Jorge Rodriquez (Wood River) (Fall 4:58)
-WEIGHT (120): Semifinals - Vinney Pearson (Gibbon) over Jarred Hulinksy (St. Paul) (Fall 2:29)
-WEIGHT (120): Cons. Semis - Jack Keating (Kearney Catholic) over Jarred Hulinsky (St. Paul (Dec 6-0)
-WEIGHT (126): Quarterfinals - Dillon Paczosa (St. Paul) over Hunter Smallcomb (Gibbon) (Fall 1:13)
-WEIGHT (126): Semifinals - Dillon Paczosa (St. Paul) over Jacob Gappa (Kearney Catholic) (Fall 2:35)
-WEIGHT (126): 1st Place Match - Dillon Paczosa (St. Paul) over Clinton O'Neel (Ord) (Dec 8-3)
-WEIGHT (132): Quarterfinals - Mckway Scott (Arcadia/Loup City) over Collin Lothrop (St. Paul) (Fall 2:36)
-WEIGHT (132): Cons. Round 1 - Caleb Ackles (Adams Central) over Collin Lothrop (St. Paul) (Dec 8-2)
-WEIGHT (138): Quarterfinals - Ty Connely (Kearney Catholic) over Cole Fousek (St. Paul) (Fall 1:38)
-WEIGHT (138): Cons. Round 1 - Chet Quist (Doniphan/Trumbull) over Cole Fousek (St. Paul) (Fall 2:15)
-WEIGHT (145): Quarterfinals - Kaden Dawe (Ord) over Ryan Jurgenson (St. Paul) (Fall 1:35)
-WEIGHT (145): Cons. Semis - Jacob Tracy (GIbbon) over Ryan Jurgenson (St. Paul) (Fall 1:25)
-WEIGHT (152): Quarterfinals - Matt Rojas (Wood River) over Caden Lothrop (St. Paul) (Fall 1:25
-WEIGHT (152): Cons. Round 1 - Cristian Tamayo (Gibbon) over Caden Lothrop (St. Paul)
-WEIGHT (160): Quarterfinals - David Gross (St. Paul) over Ben Palmer (Kearney Catholic) (Fall 2:48)
-WEIGHT (160): Semifinals - David Gross (St. Paul) over Thomas Spilinek (Arcadia/Loup City) (Dec 9-2)
-WEIGHT (160): 1st Place Match - David Gross (St. Paul) over Tyler Zeigler (Adams Central) (Fall 5:43)
-WEIGHT (182): Cons. Semis - Keaton Husak (Wood River) over Hunter Kocian (St. Paul) (Dec 5-3)
-WEIGHT (195): Quarterfinals - Matt Jameson (St. Paul) over Ismael Perez (Gibbon) (Fall 2:54)
-WEIGHT (195): Semifinals - Matt Jameson (St. Paul) over Clay Bauer (Arcadia/Loup City) (Fall 4:27)
-WEIGHT (195): 1st Place Match - Kalen Garrett (Doniphan/Trumbull) over Matt Jameson (St. Paul) (Dec 10-4)

Mullen Invite

Anselmo/Merna
-WEIGHT (160): 3rd Place Match - Darren Leibhart (Mullen) over Mitchell Burnett (Anselmo/Merna) (MD 14-3)

Sandhills/Thedford
-WEIGHT (152): Quarterfinals - Joao Barboza (Mullen) over Laurenz Boehmer (Sandhills/Thedford) (Fall 1:15)
-WEIGHT (170): 1st Place Match - Gideon Monette (Mullen) over Cole Hewett (Sandhills/Thedford) (Fall 3:48)
-WEIGHT (182): Cons. Semis - Boyd Sawyer (Sandhills/Thedford) over Ethan Pohlmeier (Mullen) (Fall 4:25)


Neligh/Oakdale Invite

Central Valley
-WEIGHT (106): Cons. Round 3 - Joshua Ibach (Central Valley) over Corbin Schollmeyer (Creighton (Fall 1:49)
-WEIGHT (126): 1st Place Match - Trey Nekoliczak (Central Valley) over Zachary Hazen (Creighton) (Fall 5:32)
-WEIGHT (132): Champ. Round 1 - Clay Stepp (Central Valley) over Tegan Mclean (Creighton) (Fall 4:44)
-WEIGHT (132): Cons. Semis - Kurt Wortman (Creighton) over Clay Stepp (Central Valley) (Fall 1:56)
-WEIGHT (132): 5th Place Match - Clay Stepp (Central Valley) over Tegan Mclean (Creighton) (MD 12-0)
-WEIGHT (152): Quarterfinals - Riley Dugan (Central Valley) over Damon Risch (Scribner/Snyder) (Fall 3:16)
-WEIGHT (220): Champ. Round 1 - Michael Schmacher (Central Valley) over Jesse Schlecht (Scribner/Snyder) (Fall 3:30)


Elgin Public/Pope John
-WEIGHT (106): Champ. Round 1 - Logan Henn (Elgin Public/Pope John) over Corbin Schollmeyer (Creighton) (Fall 1:20)
-WEIGHT (152): Cons. Semis - Andrew Fangman (Elgin Public/Pope John) over Alex Zimmerer (Creighton) (Fall 0:18)


Fullerton
-WEIGHT (106): Cons. Round 2 - Corbin Schollmeyer (Creigton) over Brady Haughton (Fullerton) (Dec 10-8)
-WEIGHT (138): Cons. Round 2 - Colten Adams (Creighton) over Hunter Glup (Fullerton) (TF 16-0 3:29)
-WEIGHT (145): Cons. Round 2 - Brady Wortman (Creighton) over Hunter Friend (Fullerton) (Fall 3:58)
-WEIGHT (152): Cons. Round 2 - Trevor Collins  (Fullerton) over Damon Risch (Scribner/Snyder) (Dec 6-4)
-WEIGHT (152): Cons. Round 3 - Alec Zimmerer (Creighton) over Trevor Collins (Fullerton) (Fall 1:35)
-WEIGHT (160): Quarterfinals - Will Meyer (Fullerton) over Connor Baldwin (Creighton) (Dec 10-3)
-WEIGHT (160): 3rd Place Match - Will Meyer (Fullerton) over Connor Baldwin (Creighton) (Fall 1:56)
-WEIGHT (170): Semifinals - Garrett Sonderup (Fullerton) over Ean Stacken (Creighton) (TF 19-3 5:57)
-WEIGHT (220): Cons. Round 2 - Tyler Prososki (Fullerton) over Jesse Schlecht (Scribner/Snyder) (Fall 4:02)


Nebraska Christian
-WEIGHT (120): Semifinals - Garrett Zimmerer (Creighton) over Juan Lasso (Nebraska Christian) (Fall 1:58)
-WEIGHT (138): Semifinals - Jaydon Elge (Nebraska Christian) over Greg Peterson (Scribner/Snyder) (Fall 1:07)

Riverside
 

Nebraska MBB Looks to Make it 4 of 5 Against MSU


LINCOLN -- Nebraska men's basketball started Big Ten play 0-2, but things have changed since then.

A win on Saturday and the Huskers would win their fourth game in five tries and defense may be the reason why. In its three conference games, UNL has not let a team surpass 49 points. 

Tip-off in Lincoln is scheduled for 3:00 PM on ESPN. This is the Nebraska's only Saturday game in confence play.

Ricketts to Make Ag Trade Easier for Nebraska


BROKEN BOW -- Governor Ricketts is starting his term by touring Nebraska. Gabe Altieri was at the stop in Broken Bow where part of Ricketts' message was about the future.
LISTEN: Ricketts to Make Ag Trade Easier for Nebraska

High School Basketball Preview: Arcadia/Loup City at Ord


ORD -- Arcadia/Loup City heads to Ord in high school basketball tonight and we have both games on KNLV. Gabe Altieri previews the games.
LISTEN: High School Basketball Preview - Arcadia/Loup City at Ord
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