Written by hebronjournal Thursday, 01 October Funeral services were conducted from the Trinity Lutheran Church in Bruning. For a full obituary, please see the September 30 issue of the Hebron Journal-Register. Archery range preparing to open Written by hebronjournal Tuesday, 05 June Their answers were compiled and the data showed Hebron youth were after more attractions.
Archery was named more than once. They start by learning about the bow, safety and technique. Logsdon was one of the volunteers at the range a couple of weeks ago setting up the target frames after Matt Taylor dragged them from a space near the river using a four-wheeler.
Buchannan Tietjen was helping Logsdon set the frames, which are staggered for yard distance. Chris Fangmeier, the city administrator, mowed.
More volunteers were expected that evening. Its backdrop across 4th Street is an open space with the walking trail. Shooters will face east, away from 4th Street, to fire their arrows. The range will feature 3D targets, and a 20 x 28 cement pad and 18 x 26 carport for spectators to sit in the shade.
Two grills were donated by Nebraska Game and Parks. Work on access to the river will begin soon, Tietjen said. Businesses and Norris Public Power District also contributed to the targets, skids and tin for the tops of the targets. Volunteers put the targets together and made the bow racks. She said the range will be used by 4H for practices. Students at Thayer Central already participate in indoor archery through National Archery in the Schools, a program that introduces archery into physical education to teach life skills, such as patience and discipline.
The NASP website describes archery as a sport for everyone, regardless of size or athletic ability. Election spotters at local precincts Written by hebronjournal Tuesday, 05 June In Hebron, a male spotter said he was checking for ADA compliance at the poll site and if the ballot machine designed for disabled voters was in working order. He showed no credentials, but did introduce himself as a disabled voter, election commissioner, Marie Rauner said.
Another spotter went to the Bruning-Belvidere precinct at the opera house in Bruning. He asked basic voter questions and if there were provisionals for non-partisan voters. Steve Smith of Civic Nebraska said election observers wear laminated badges and introduce themselves to commissioners and poll workers. The organization has monitored poll locations since Rauner had another slight issue on election day. Petitioners were at both Hebron precincts gathering signatures for expanding the Medicaid and Medicare program.
Rauner said the petitioners were told to leave the foot legal boundary around the precincts. Rauner will not be contested in the November election. Both move onto the November election. Pete Ricketts maintained votes while challenger Krystal Gabel had On the national level, republican congressman, Adrian Smith had three running against him. Smith had people vote for him.
The deadline for incumbents to file for villages and Class II schools is July New filers have until Aug. Additional results may be found at electionresults.