Holt-Boyd FSA will hold a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) General Signup from May 20 through June 14, 2013. Producers and landowners are urged to take action now in considering the environmental and financial benefits of CRP. The signup period is only 4 weeks. This may be one of the few opportunities to enroll in General CRP for several years.
Producers and landowners are also encouraged to look into CRP’s other enrollment opportunities, including Continuous CRP and the Platte-Republican CREP (Western and Southwestern Nebraska). These programs are open on a continuous, non-competitive basis and provide even further financial opportunities and incentives. Most land that is enrolled under Continuous CRP or CREP do not have to meet the Highly Erodible Land (HEL) requirement for General CRP enrollments.
Rental Rates have been updated to represent the higher rental rates in the local area for Boyd County this is $88.00 and for Holt $62.00. Rental rates are determined based upon the soil type and the surrounding area’s rental rates. Contact your local FSA Office for rental rates in your area.
The deadline for General CRP Signup is June 14, 2013. Contact the Holt-Boyd FSA Office at 402-336-3796 ext. 2 to evaluate your options in enrolling in CRP.
Chambers FCCLA Gets 6th Graders ?Ready for the Red?
05/16/13 11:51 AM
By Alexa Farewell
Are YOU ready for the red? Well, the Chambers 6th grade students sure are! On May 14, 2013 nine of the sixth graders gathered in the FCS room for a fun, information meeting with some of the Chambers FCCLA chapter officers.
The 6th graders started off with some fun “minute to win it” games. After that they listened to personal stories about community service, leadership conferences, STAR, and running for offices from the junior chapter officers Bethany Lambert, Alexa Farewell, Jamie Laetsch, Leanne DeKay, and Abby Reiman. The 6th graders learned and asked questions about joining FCCLA when they start 7th grade.
The meeting was done as part of Alexa Farewell’s Promote and Publicize FCCLA project Spread the Red. This hopefully sparked the interest of the 6th graders to spread the red and join FCCLA as 7th graders.
Vandersnick Honored as Mount Marty Nursing Graduate
05/16/13 08:53 AM
YANKTON, SD – The Mount Marty College nursing program held a Pinning Ceremony for May and December graduating nursing students on Friday, May 10, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. in the college’s Marian Auditorium.
Mount Marty College Nursing Program is proud to acknowledge this year’s May nursing graduates, which includes Tiffany Vandersnick of O’Neill.
Established in 1986, Mount Marty’s Pinning Ceremony acknowledges the achievement of the graduating seniors and their transition from student role to a professional role. The nurse’s pin represents the philosophy of the school and of the nursing program, and its presentation signifies a sending forth or commissioning of the students to begin their nursing careers as graduates of MMC.
Tradition defines that the nursing pin is unique to the nursing program from which the student graduates. In the past, a nurse’s cap and pin represented the school from which he or she attended. Today, Mount Marty’s pin remains as the lone symbol of their education.
Each element of the MMC nursing pin represents an aspect of the nurse’s dedication. Mount Marty’s pin is a black shield on gold with a white cross embedded on the shield. The modified Benedictine cross represents a crossroads of ideas and also depicts the ultimate aim of the college: to form persons in the Spirit of Christ with apostolic zeal for the world-wide work of restoring all things for Christ.
LINCOLN, Neb. The first application period for big game hunting permits begins May 20 at 1 p.m. Central Time and runs through June 7.
A summary of the application period:
Deer Residents and nonresidents may apply for one permit in any one draw unit. The draw units are: Republican Mule Deer, Platte Mule Deer Conservation Area (MDCA), Platte Whitetail, Frenchman MDCA and Frenchman Whitetail.
Antelope Residents and eligible landowners may apply for one buck or either-sex firearm permit or one muzzleloader permit.
Elk Residents and eligible landowners may apply for one permit.
Residents will get preference over nonresidents in the application process. The permits will be drawn in mid-June.
All remaining big game permits will be available on a first-come, first-served basis beginning July 8 at 1 p.m. Central Time.
O'Neill PD Issues Reminder About ATV Laws
05/14/13 09:53 AM
The O'Neill Police Department would like to remind the public the operation of All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and mini bikes on public roads, streets, and alleys within city limits of O'Neill is prohibited by Nebraska State Statute and O'Neill City Ordinance.
Mini-bike means a two-wheel device which has a total wheel and tire diameter of less than fourteen inches or an engine rated capacity of less than forty-five cubic centimeters displacement or any other two-wheel device primarily designed by the manufacturer for off-road use only. Mini-bike does not include an electric personal assistive mobility device.
All-Terrain Vehicle means any motorized off-highway device which:
- is fifty inches or less in width
- has a dry weight of nine hundred pounds or less
- travels on three or more low-pressure tires
- is designed for operator use only with no passengers or is specifically designed by the original manufacturer for the operator and one passenger
- has a seat or saddle designed to be straddled by the operator
- has handlebars or any other steering assembly for steering control
The O'Neill Police Department appreciates everyone's cooperation with this matter.
St. Mary's Students Place at State Journalism
05/14/13 09:11 AM
The Nebraska School Activities Association’s State Journalism Championships were held on May 13, 2013 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The top-12 places from the preliminary judging, event champions in Classes A1, A2, B, C, and D, and alternates were invited to compete in the State Contest. The one-day championship event is sponsored by the Nebraska School Activities Association, the Nebraska High School Press Association and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Two St. Mary’s students competed in and placed in the News Writing category.
1. Bailey Netsch, Millard West
2. Emma Johanningsmeier, Omaha Westside
3. Kendall Uhrich, Gering 4. Jean Zakrzewski, St. Mary's 5. Sarah Pribil, St. Mary's
6. Julia Oestmann, Johnson-Brock
Those two placers were good enough to land St. Mary’s into the fifth spot in the team sweepstakes.
St. Mary's, 17
Thayer Central, 9
Hayes Center, 5
Holt-Boyd Extension Plans to offer Livestock Quality Assurance Course
05/13/13 04:31 PM
The 4-H Quality Assurance (QA) Program teaches youth about the quality of meat and food products that come from livestock. Quality assurance for livestock producers means making a promise to the consumers, or the people who consume the meat, milk and dairy products, and eggs that come from livestock poultry. The promise made is that products from livestock will be the highest possible quality and producers will do everything possible to make these products safe to eat.
May 22; 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. – Holt County Annex, O’Neill
May 30; 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. – Holt County Annex, O’Neill
June 3; 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. – Holt County Annex, O’Neill
May 28; 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.– Boyd County Courthouse, Butte
Area Northeast CC Students Earn Nursing Pins
05/13/13 09:29 AM
NORFOLK - Associate degree nursing and practical nursing students received their nursing pins in a recent special ceremony at Northeast Community College in Norfolk.
Upon completion of the first two semesters of nursing studies at Northeast, students are eligible to take the National Council of Licensure Examination (NCLEX-PN) to become licensed practical nurses. Students who hold a 3.0 grade point average in their nursing courses are eligible to complete the last two semesters of the Northeast program and take the National Council of Licensure Exam (NCLEX-RN) to practice as licensed registered nurses. Students who graduate with an associate degree in nursing are eligible to continue their studies for a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.
Northeast also offers a University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) transfer option for students pursuing a nursing degree. This program allows students interested in pursuing a degree from UNMC to complete their general education requirements at Northeast and continue classes for nursing at a UNMC College of Nursing division. One of those divisions, the J. Paul and Eleanor McIntosh College of Nursing, opened on the Northeast campus in Norfolk in August, 2010.
The Northeast nursing program also includes a pre-professional nursing degree option. This major provides a curriculum of courses to earn either an associate of arts or associate of science degree in pre-professional nursing. Current and prospective students not yet enrolled in the nursing program at Northeast can earn that degree. Students with a pre-professional nursing degree can transfer to a four-year college to continue with their bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Students who were pinned with the Associate Degree Nursing pin, from the KBRX listening area are:
Each nursing school, at every level of education, has its own unique pin which is worn on the nursing uniform. The nursing school pin that graduates of the NECC associate degree nursing and licensed practical nursing program receive is symbolic of nursing’s heritage and tradition.
Some practical nursing students have chosen to continue in the associate degree nursing program at Northeast.
O'Neill Elementary Honors "Super Citizens"
05/13/13 09:27 AM
O’Neill Elementary School honored Super Citizens at their May 7th assembly. These students were nominated by their homeroom teachers because they had consistently demonstrated being respectful, safe and responsible. These students are prepared, are safe, follow directions, follow rules and do what is right in school situations. Congratulations to these Super Citizens:
The Northeast Nebraska Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Council is continuing their popular E-waste recycling. On May 14th there will be electronic waste collected in Niobrara from 9 – 11 a.m. at the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska headquarters at 252-1 Spruce St. Later that same day an event will be held in Ponca at the intersection of Union St. & East 3rd St.
from 1 – 2:30 p.m. and then in Jackson from 3 – 4 p.m. at the Northeast Nebraska Telephone Co., 110 West Elk St. on Hwy. 20.
On May 16th a collection will be done in Pierce from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Pierce Telephone Co. Office, 112 S 5th St. and in the afternoon at the RC&D office in Plainview from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Small fees do apply. Please call 402-582-4866 for more information.
Electronic waste includes computer components, TV’s and small appliances. The RC&D Council looks forward to serving you with this and many other projects that will make life better for citizens in the six-county service area of Antelope, Cedar, Dixon, Knox, Pierce, and Wayne counties.
Grazing Tour to be Held in the Sandhills
05/10/13 01:56 PM
Mark your calendars for the Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition (NGLC) –Nebraska Cattlemen (NC) joint Summer Grazing Tour scheduled for June 11, 2013 in the southeastern Nebraska Sandhills.
The tour will involve four long standing Sandhills ranches northwest of Burwell including the Gracie Creek Ranch; the Shovel Dot Ranch; the Twin Creek Ranch, and UNL grazing research on the Barta Brothers Ranch.
Do not miss this opportunity to learn from some of the most progressive grazers in Nebraska as they relate their unique incorporation of grazing techniques and time tested managerial practices that make their operations work. Box lunches will be provided for consumption en route between stops. The day concludes with an evening steak dinner at the Barta Brothers Ranch featuring a panel discussion of the owners from the tour stops and UNL grazing researchers. Come and learn more about the activities of the NGLC and NC. Registration fee is $15 per person and preregistration is required for meal counts by contacting Ron Bolze, NGLC Coordinator or by June 3.
UNL Extension Hatches Chicks With Two O'Neill Classrooms
05/09/13 02:58 PM
UNL Extension Agent Megan Hanefeldt with St. Mary's 1ts Grade Class
The first grade class at St. Mary’s Elementary School and the second grade class at O’Neill Elementary School had the opportunity to hatch chicks in their classrooms. The first grade class at St. Mary’s hatched their chicks during the month of March. Unfortunately, this batch was not very successful, but they did have one chick in the end. The second grade class at O’Neill Elementary hatched five baby chicks in April. Since the first batch of chicks did not hatch very well for the first graders at St. Mary’s, Megan Hanefeldt, 4-H Assistant with UNL Extension made a surprise visit to their classroom with a few newly hatched chicks. The first graders were happy to have the opportunity to hold some more baby chicks. Through the hatching process the youth learned about the importance of turning the eggs, keeping the air moist in the incubator, and maintaining the temperature at 100 degrees at all times. As a part of the incubating process, the youth got a chance to study the growth and development of the embryo inside each egg through a process called candling. The students also learned all about the chicken life cycle and truly enjoyed having the chicks in their classroom. For more information about embryology and to watch the live “Egg Cam” in Lancaster County visit: http://lancaster.unl.edu/4h/embryology/
Books Donated To Local School
05/09/13 02:42 PM
(Pictured - Leap Preschool Teacher Michelle Haburchak, FCCLA officers, Holly Hesse and Grace Bunner, RISE Specialist Nikki Davis and LEAP Preschool Students)
The RISE Specialist from Nebraska District 8 State Probation, along with O'Neill High School FCCLA, collected books over the month of April and delivered children's books to the LEAP Preschool at Christ Lutheran Church, in O'Neill, Nebraska, as part of the Cornhusker Book Drive.
** The O'Neill Police Department was pleased to participate as a drop site for the Cornhusker Community Book Drive, sponsored by ServeNebraska, The RISE Program, partnering with O'Neill FCCLA.
Ford Park Playground Equipment To Be Upgraded
05/09/13 11:12 AM
Ford Park Playground will be closed for a couple of weeks for upgrades.
This notice from the City of O'Neill. The playground equipment at Ford Park, the swimming pool park, is being dismantled this week and next. They will be installing new equipment in the next few weeks. Please stay off the equipment as it is being worked on and be looking for a new playground coming soon. The City of O'Neill appreciates your patience.
Mashino Participates in MBA Program
05/09/13 10:46 AM
KEARNEY, NE – As the 19 freshman in the UNL Beef Industry Scholars class completed their first year in college last week, they ended it by earning their Masters in Beef Advocacy (MBA) degree. The MBA program is an e-learning opportunity developed to assist producers across the country in becoming effective spokespersons for the industry.
The program consists of six, 1-hour core courses in the following areas: beef safety, beef nutrition, animal care, environmental stewardship, modern beef production and the beef checkoff. Dr. Tom Field, Director of the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program and freshman Beef Scholars teacher, encouraged the class to participate in the program. “The MBA completion provides our Beef Scholars an opportunity to join industry leaders in being prepared to advocate for their business on a continual basis. Immediate engagement with industry efforts helps to prepare our students to lead in the future.”
There are over 4,000 MBA graduates from across the US all helping to share the positive message about beef via on-line forums. “We are thrilled to have this group of young people graduate from the MBA program and help to share our story via social media and the internet which their generation thrives on,” said Ann Marie Bosshamer, Executive Director of the Nebraska Beef Council.
Students include: Aaron Aldana, Nebraska City; Steve Fish, Imperial; Lukas Fricke, Ulysses; Laura Gorecki, Farwell; Alex Heine, Yankton, SD; Devin Huesinkvelt, Cortland; Hannah Kesterson, Alliance; Jennifer Keyes, Springfield; Halsie Large, Hayes Center; Maci Linemann, Princeton; Alix Mashino, Spencer; Jared McKeever, Wymore; Logan Peters, Pender; Emily Sarbacker, Windsor, CO; Kolin Scheele, Odell; Travis Schiefelbein, Kimball, MN; Patti Schlickbernd, West Point; and Curtis Wetovick, Fullerton.
Fessler Recognized by UNL Big Red Stars Program
05/08/13 08:03 AM
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln recognized Nebraska eighth-graders for their academic excellence, leadership and perseverance at the 2013 Big Red Stars Recognition Ceremony on April 30.
Big Red Stars is a special recognition program designed to recognize outstanding eighth-grade students in Nebraska. These talented students were nominated by school principals as students who showcase strong leadership skills and academic promise.
The Big Red Stars nominees were recognized at an award ceremony sponsored by UNL and EducationQuest from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Lied Center for Performing Arts.
Highlights of the event included individual recognition and awards for the Big Red Stars nominees and special remarks from Gov. Dave Heineman.
Congratulations to Franklin Fessler, son of Kenneth and Doreen Fessler of Stuart. Franklin is an 8th grader at Stuart Public School and was one of the individuals that received this award.
US Highway 20 to Temporarily Close at Nebraska Spur 45A
05/07/13 02:30 PM
Weather permitting, beginning the week of May 20, the Nebraska Department of Roads
(NDOR) will be temporarily closing US Highway 20 (US-20) at the Stream Bridge, just west of
Nebraska Spur 45A (S-45A), south of Page, Nebraska for restoration work.
A. M. Cohron & Son, Inc., of Atlantic, Iowa, has the $816,000 contract for bridge
restoration work, which will consist of adding 50 feet of length to the bridge, constructing
concrete approaches, reconstructing bridge rail and replacing guardrail. Work is anticipated to
be completed in approximately 18 weeks.
While US-20 westbound traffic will still have access to Spur-45A into Page, all other
US‑20 traffic will be detoured onto US Highway 275 (US-275) via Nebraska Link 45B (L-45B).
Motorists are advised to allow extra time in their travel plans for this redirection and to be alert
for any road construction occurring along the detour.
The NDOR project manager for this project is Gene Colfack of O’Neill. Motorists are
reminded to drive cautiously through highway work zones.
Chambers FFA Holds First Awards Banquet
05/07/13 10:09 AM
Photo Caption: Chambers FFA Members after their first-ever FFA Awards Banquet. (back, left to right) Alexa Farewell, Jeremy Hubel, Chyenne Burrell, Nicole Beed, Paige Dexter, Jenny Young. (next row) Austen Friedrichsen, Jacob Green, Ty Gartner, Levi Koenig, Matt Tomjack, Cole Macklem, Zach Haburchak. (standing row) Mitchell Root, Devyn Thor, Kami Crabtree, Marissa Koenig, Kacie Gribble, Brant Pavel, Donna Libolt, Meagan Carr, Dawn Klabenes, Advisor: Jaci Palmer. (front row) Nick Haburchak, Sky Bowen, Landon Crabtree, Patrick Tomjack, Ryan Koenig, Kenade Tomjack, Schyler Burrell, Jacie Laetsch. Not pictured: Gabe Dexter, Kensie Dexter, Schylar Franssen, Cole Land, Joe Ritenour and Alex Hoffman.
On April 29, 2013, the Chambers FFA held its first annual awards banquet to recognize the accomplishments of its first year as an independent chapter. Pictured above, this thirty-six member FFA Chapter, led by Advisor Jaci Palmer, along with almost 150 various guests, gathered to commemorate the conclusion of a successful year.
The banquet began with the official opening ceremony by the FFA officer team of Parliamentarian Brant Pavel, Sentinel Levi Koenig, Reporter Meagan Carr, Treasurer Donna Libolt, Secretary Nicole Beed, Vice President Alex Hoffman, and President Kacie Gribble. Following an invocation from Matt Tomjack, everyone enjoyed a potluck supper prepared by the members’ families. After the meal, the awards were announced.
In the Leadership Skills Event awards, Chambers received seventeen ribbons from various speaking competitions. Brant Pavel’s Cooperative speech and Dawn Klabenes in Creed Speaking both advanced to the state level where they each earned a bronze medal. The Eighth Grade Quizbowl team of Nick Haburchak, Sky Bowen, Landon Crabtree, Pat Tomjack, Ryan Koenig, Kenade Tomjack, Schyler Burrell, and Jacie Laetsch also competed at State.
In the Career Development Events, nine individuals ranked in the top ten of their tests, including Cole Macklem winning the Meat Science contest. In addition, the Agriscience team of Austen Friedrichen, Mitchell Root, Jacob Green, Devyn Thor, and Dawn Klabenes were able to compete at the state level, with Jacob and Dawn earning ribbons at state.
In Range Management, Levi Koenig, Jacob Green, Dawn Klabenes, Devyn Thor, Joe Ritenour, Paige Dexter, Cole Macklem, and Schylar Franssen, averaged high enough at the local contests to advance to the state level, where Jacob, Levi, and Paige ranked in the top fifty percent.
In Livestock Judging, the Chambers FFA also qualified two teams for the state competition. The Jr. Livestock Judging team that won the district contest and ribboned at state consisted of Dawn Klabenes, Meagan Carr, Levi Koenig, Zach Haburchak, and Jeremy Hubel, with Jeremy, Zach, and Levi ribboning individually. The Sr. Livestock Judging team consisted of Paige Dexter, Kami Crabtree, Jenny Young, and Matt Tomjack where Kami also ribboned at the state level.
To recognize the outstanding Supervised Agricultural Experience programs, Chambers was proud to have twenty-one district proficiency applications, seven advance to state review, one State Runner-up, and two State Champions. In the area of Automotive Technology Cole Macklem placed second and Gabe Dexter won. Kami Crabtree placed first in Dairy Production and will advance to the national competition in Louisville, Kentucky this Fall.
Members who had excelled in both FFA pursuits and academic schoolwork were then honored. With a minimum GPA of 3.5, recipients of the Scholastic Award included freshman Jacob Green and Dawn Klabenes, sophomores Marissa Koenig, Zach Haburchak, Chyenne Burrell, Levi Koenig, Donna Libolt, Kacie Gribble, and juniors Cole Macklem, Kami Crabtree, and Paige Dexter.
Next were the peer-voted Workhorse and FFA Pride Awards. Paige Dexter received the Workhorse Award, Dawn Klabenes received the Rising Sun Award, Kami Crabtree received the Plow Award, Schylar Franssen received the Unity Award, Matt Tomjack received the Red, White, and Blue Award, Kensie Dexter received the Washington Award, Ty Gartner received the Shield of Friendship Award, and Jeremy Hubel received the Owl Award.
All eight of the eighth graders qualified for their Discovery Degree that night. The twenty recipients of the Greenhand Degree were Schylar Franssen, Gabe Dexter, Kensie Dexter, Matt Tomjack, Ty Gartner, Cole Macklem, Paige Dexter, Alexa Farewell, Jenny Young, Kami Crabtree, Zach Haburchak, Jeremy Hubel, Joe Ritenour, Marissa Koenig, Chyenne Burrell, Dawn Klabenes, Devyn Thor, Austen Friedrichsen, Mithcell Root and Jacob Green. The Star Greenhand Award was presented to Dawn Klabenes, who then gave her state-qualifying recitation of the five-paragraph FFA Creed.
The Chambers FFA then took time to show appreciation to their supporters. Recognized were the volunteer sponsors, school board and faculty members, parents, and a farewell to the seniors Gabe Dexter, Kensie Dexter, and Schyler Franssen. Inducted into honorary chapter membership were Karl Hensley, Mr. Justin Frederick, Ted Baum, and Matt Ehlers.
After a cumulative slideshow presentation highlighting each member and the memories of the past year, the evening ended with the installation of the 2013-2014 Chambers FFA officer team. The new officers are Meagan Carr as Sentinel, Matt Tomjack as Treasurer, Kami Crabtree as News Reporter, Dawn Klabenes as Secretary, Brant Pavel as Vice President, and Paige Dexter as President. The official closing ceremony by the new officer team concluded the First Annual Chambers FFA Awards Banquet.
Area Students Named NCPA Academic All-State
05/06/13 02:24 PM
LINCOLN – The Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) is proud to recognize the Nebraska High School students who have earned the 2012-13 Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association (NCPA) Spring Season Academic All-State Awards. This NSAA program recognizes students who meet the criteria for nomination by their school in the season of their activity.
Each year the NSAA and the NCPA recognize students during Fall, Winter and Spring Seasons who are nominated by their schools for their individual academic excellence, leadership and significant contributions in their NSAA activity.
The following leadership and scholarship guidelines apply to all of the students receiving this honor:
A nominated student must be a varsity player or organizational leader who has played a significant role on the team or in the organizational activity that season.
A nominated student must have a minimum cumulative grade point average, in all curricular subjects, of 93% or A (3.7 on a 4.0-point scale or the equivalent).
NSAA member schools may nominate two students for each NSAA-sponsored activity.
Here are the honorees from our area schools.
Bloomfield Music Emily Kersten Nicholas Nagengast Boys Track & Field Ty Alexander Dakota Burgerhoff Girls Track & Field Ashley Fiedler Dominique Swanso Burwell Boys Golf Tanner Springer Music Rebekah Birch Makenna Brunken Boys Track & Field Blake Jeffres Keaton Klimek Girls Track & Field Rebekah Birch Cecelia Carson Chambers Music Corbin Rasmussen Michael Tomjack Boys Track & Field Corbin Rasmussen Michael Tomjack Girls Track & Field Paige Dexter Clearwater-Orchard Music Mackenzie Cooper Hannah Rittscher Boys Track & Field Travis Kester Travis Martin Girls Track & Field Maria Lopez Hannah Rittscher Creighton Boys Golf Connor Baldwin Ian Fuchtman Music Allison Morrill Emily Sorensen Boys Track & Field Grant Mathis Bronson Pahl Girls Track & Field Emily Boyle Emily Sorensen Crofton Music Brayton Hagge Jessica Wubben Boys Track & Field Mathew Guenther Girls Track & Field Bridget Arens Danielle Riesberg Elgin Boys Golf Kyle Heithoff Nicklaus Heithoff Music Stephanie Bode Brett Kinney Boys Track & Field Alois Warner Girls Track & Field Ivy Prater Elkhorn Valley Music Jed Shermer Anna Stineman Boys Track & Field Michael Knievel Jayson Larson Girls Track & Field Logan Jensen Ranee Keehn Ewing Boys Golf Laura Hynes Music Leyna Brummels Tori Thramer Girls Track & Field Leyna Brummels Tori Thramer Greeley-Wolbach Journalism Skyler Erickson Boys Track & Field Bryan O'Connor Girls Track & Field Skyler Erickson Kaitlyn Wood Neligh-Oakdale Music Erin Keetle Joselyn Lemm Boys Track & Field Viktor Jonseth Colby Wilkinson Girls Track & Field Kelley Carden Erin Keetle Niobrara Music Cyrina Forman Liam Key Girls Track & Field McKayla Eisenhauer Cathryn Hanzlik O'Neill Music Creston Buller Morgan Langan Boys Track & Field Derrick Hostert Tate Laursen Girls Track & Field Lindsey Appleby Brandi Walters Osmond Boys Golf Matthew Blunck Music Levi Gutz Paige Schuettler Girls Track & Field Carissa Gutz Laurel Krohn Plainview Boys Golf Corby Forbes Sam Meuret Music Celine Eggerling Rachel Sorensen Boys Track & Field Dalson Hitz Girls Track & Field Taylor Hampton Abby Krueger Pope John Music Jenny Beckman Jill Moser Girls Track & Field Taylor Schumacher Rock County Boys Golf Kyle Jackman Journalism Amber Frerichs Jamie Turpin Music Tabitha Belmont Carter Camp Boys Track & Field Carter Camp Girls Track & Field Saresse Clay Amber Frerichs St. Mary's Journalism Kaylee Krotter Jean Zakrzewski Boys Track & Field Kyle Loecker Logan Spencer Girls Track & Field Emily Everitt Bridget Schneider Stuart Music Caitlin Kunz Shelby Paxton Boys Track & Field Conner Paxton Tate Schmaderer Girls Track & Field Caitlin Kunz Hailey Paxton Wausa Music Gavin Friedrich Baily Williams Boys Track & Field Austin Conn Adam Kleinschmit Girls Track & Field Abigail Hegge Bailey Williams West Holt Boys Golf Alex Fritz Matt McDermott Music Alex Fritz Jessica Thiele Boys Track & Field Josh Coyle Brett Pacha Girls Track & Field Mariah McAllister Taylor Mitchell Wheeler Central Boys Golf Michael Smith Girls Track & Field Jordan Wietzki
Torpin's Rodeo Market Awards Scholarships
05/06/13 02:06 PM
Torpins Rodeo Market in O'Neill is pleased to announce their scholarship winners from the 2013 promotion. The winners and amount won are:
Brandi Walters, $1500
Anthony Harvey, $1000
Kylie Shoemaker, $1000
Seth Miles, $500
Kyle Lorenz, $500
Stephanie Ross, $500
Ty Eiler, $250
Natasha Zeeb, $250
Michael Hedlund, $250
Nakita Everett, $250
1st Alternate Tyler Hipke
2nd Alternate Hannah Janousek