It was 44 years ago on Feb. 7 that Judith (Judy) Dangler went missing. During the following 11 months her family lived through a nightmare that no family should endure as it was eventually discovered she was one of two victims of Dennis Sell.
LINCOLN--Nebraskans voiced their stance on a bill that would give agriculture equipment owners greater access to tools needed to do their own repairs.
LINCOLN, NEB. – A legislative bill targeted to ensuring Nebraska’s farmers, ranchers, and independent repair technicians have access to information, diagnostic equipment, and parts to repair farm equipment and machinery has received support from the Nebraska Farm Bureau. LB 543 was introduced by Sen. Tom Brandt of Plymouth to address an ongoing issue of concern to farmers whereby farm equipment manufacturers have maintained exclusive control over equipment information and technology, in turn limiting farmers’ and ranchers’ ability to purchase information and tools necessary to repair their own equipment or turn to an independent third-party service technician for assistance.
With all the chips pushed to the center of the table, it was a winner take all contest between the Lady Swedes and Lincoln Lutheran in the C1-3 District Basketball Championships held at Aurora on Friday. The Lady Swedes were able to prosper early as well as post a valiant comeback in the final minutes, but it wasn’t quite enough to overcome the deficit and Lincoln Lutheran escaped with a 31-23 victory over Gothenburg.
Gothenburg was able to put together big-time scoring surges to power past SWC-foe Minden on their home floor on Monday evening.
A daughter, Payton James Lauer was born on February 22 at Gothenburg Health to Ryan and Katie Lauer from Gothenburg. She weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces, and was 20 inches long. She has a sister named Everly. Grandparents are Tim and Tracy Lauer, and Rodger Sr. and Kathy Earll of Gothenburg, Jim and Ronda Fischer and Judy Fischer of Lincoln. Great-Grandparents are Roland and Norma Lauer of Gothenburg, Arlene Strong of Lincoln and Shirley Fischer of Humphrey.
A daughter, Sawyer Anne Waskowiak was born on February 9 at Gothenburg Health to Micah and Stephanie Waskowiak from Cozad. She weighed 8 pounds, 12.6 ounces, and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Deb and Eldon Waskowiak of Omaha, and Marilyn and Mike Hansen of Omaha.