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Pool Hall Opens for Business Under New Ownership Katrina Oaklund is shown above in the Eustis Pool Hall-Photo by Amber Hickert   Read the Full Story
Woodburn hits hole-in-one at Arrowhead Classics Winning $10,000 The Thirteenth Annual Arrowheads Classic was held last weekend. The winner of the Championship Flight was Dan Woodburn's team. Woodburn also hit a hole-in-one the first day winning $10,000! Pictured l-r: Josh Harm, Any Anders, Dan Woodburn and Brian Schimek.-Photo by Tori Willis. Read the Full Story
Frontier and Red Willow County Courthouses will no longer do Marriage Ceremonies After the the passing of same sex marriage some courthouses will no longer be participating in marriage ceremonies. According to the Nebraska Judicial Ethics Committee Opinion you will either do all marriages or none. Frontier County and Red Willow County have both chosen to no longer perform marriage ceremonies. According to Ron Werkmeister “You will have to find a minsiter or a lay person who is willing to do the marriage ceremony.” You will still be able to get marriage licenses at either county court, just no more ceremonies. The Supreme Court had ruled on Friday, June 26th that states cannot ban same-sex marriage. The United States is now the 21st country to legalize samesex marriage nationwide. Married same-sex couples will now have the same legal rights and benefits as married heterosexual couples and will be recognized on official documents such as birth and death certificates. “The US Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision on the validity of same sex marriage in cases that established rights for same-sex couples in all fifty states on June 26, 2015. The Court held that under the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, States are required to license a marriage between two people of the same sex and recognize a marriage between two people of the same sex when the marriage was lawfully performed in another state.” Said NACO Executive Director Larry Dix. Frontier County Clerk Darla Walthers stated “I was elected to abide by the law and that is what I will do when it comes to issuing same sex marriage licenses.” Not a lot has changed to apply for a marriage license, but now instead of having Bride and Groom only on your license it will show as Groom/Party A and Bride/Party B. Read the Full Story
Frontier County Deputies Busy Over the 4th The Frontier County Deputies stayed busy over the fourth of July weekend. On Friday July 4th Deputies responded to a call that dispatch received from a resident in Eustis at 2:50 p.m. The call asked for an ambulance and an officer for an alleged fight that had taken place between two family members. According to the Frontier County Sheriff’s Department “The Eustis Ambulance was called and transported a male subject to the Cozad Hospital. This subject was then flown by helicopter to a Kearney Hospital.” Farnam Ambulance was called to transport a second male subject from Eustis to the hospital a short time later. This subject was later released from Cozad Hospital and transported to the Frontier County Jail and arrested for 1st degree assault. Bond is set at 10% of $50,000.00 dollars. Names will be released at a later date. The following day, July the 5th there was a one vehicle roll over accident. “One subject was thrown from the vehicle.” Said Sheriff Dan Rupp. The accident occurred north of Moorefield on the Brady/Moorefield road just North of Lincoln/Frontier County line. Curtis and Maywood ambulances and Curtis Fire was dispatched along with two Frontier County Deputies and Midwest MedAir helicopter from North Platte. Lincoln County also dispatched a deputy to the scene. One subject was flown to North Platte hospital. Names of this accident will be released at a later date. Read the Full Story

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Pool Hall Opens for Business Under New Ownership

Katrina Oaklund is shown above in the Eustis Pool Hall-Photo by Amber Hickert

 

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Woodburn hits hole-in-one at Arrowhead Classics Winning $10,000

The Thirteenth Annual Arrowheads Classic was held last weekend. The winner of the Championship Flight was Dan Woodburn's team. Woodburn also hit a hole-in-one the first day winning $10,000! Pictured l-r: Josh Harm, Any Anders, Dan Woodburn and Brian Schimek.-Photo by Tori Willis.

Read more: Woodburn hits hole-in-one at Arrowhead Classics Winning $10,000

Frontier and Red Willow County Courthouses will no longer do Marriage Ceremonies

After the the passing of same

sex marriage some courthouses

will no longer be participating in

marriage ceremonies.

According to the Nebraska

Judicial Ethics Committee

Opinion you will either do all

marriages or none.

Frontier County and Red

Willow County have both

chosen to no longer perform

marriage ceremonies. According

to Ron Werkmeister “You will

have to find a minsiter or a lay

person who is willing to do the

marriage ceremony.”

You will still be able to

get marriage licenses at either

county court, just no more

ceremonies.

The Supreme Court had

ruled on Friday, June 26th that

states cannot ban same-sex

marriage.

The United States is now the

21st country to legalize samesex

marriage nationwide.

Married same-sex couples

will now have the same legal

rights and benefits as married

heterosexual couples and

will be recognized on official

documents such as birth and

death certificates.

“The US Supreme Court

ruled in a 5-4 decision on the

validity of same sex marriage

in cases that established rights

for same-sex couples in all

fifty states on June 26, 2015.

The Court held that under the

Fourteenth Amendment to the

United States Constitution,

States are required to license a

marriage between two people

of the same sex and recognize a

marriage between two people of

the same sex when the marriage

was lawfully performed in

another state.” Said NACO

Executive Director Larry Dix.

Frontier County Clerk Darla

Walthers stated “I was elected

to abide by the law and that is

what I will do when it comes

to issuing same sex marriage

licenses.”

Not a lot has changed to

apply for a marriage license, but

now instead of having Bride and

Groom only on your license it

will show as Groom/Party A and

Bride/Party B.

Frontier County Deputies Busy Over the 4th

The Frontier County Deputies stayed busy over the fourth of July weekend.

On Friday July 4th Deputies responded to a call that dispatch received from a resident in Eustis at 2:50 p.m.

The call asked for an ambulance and an officer for an alleged fight that had taken place between two family members.

According to the Frontier County Sheriff’s Department “The Eustis Ambulance was called and transported a male subject to the Cozad Hospital. This subject was then flown by helicopter to a Kearney Hospital.”

Farnam Ambulance was called to transport a second male subject from Eustis to the hospital a short time later. This subject was later released from Cozad Hospital and transported to the Frontier County Jail and arrested for 1st degree assault. Bond is set at 10% of $50,000.00 dollars.

Names will be released at a later date.

The following day, July the 5th there was a one vehicle roll over accident. “One subject was thrown from the vehicle.” Said Sheriff Dan Rupp.

The accident occurred north of Moorefield on the Brady/Moorefield road just North of Lincoln/Frontier County line.

Curtis and Maywood ambulances and Curtis Fire was dispatched along with two Frontier County Deputies and Midwest MedAir helicopter from North Platte.

Lincoln County also dispatched a deputy to the scene. One subject was flown to North Platte hospital.

Names of this accident will be released at a later date.

Frontier County Fair to Kick Off July 16-19

The 129th year of the Frontier County Fair is to kick off starting Thursday, July 16th and will continue through Sunday July 19th.

On Thursday the events will start off with the Small Animal Show and Clover Kid Pet Show starting at 3:00 p.m., That evening they will have the Team Penning Calcutta at 6:30 p.m. with free admission. For more information you can contact 367-7127. They will also have a Stage Hypnotist starting st 7:30 p.m..

Friday the 4-H Livestock Show will begin at 8:00 a.m.. The annual Demo Derby will begin at 7:30 p.m. for rules and regulations you can call 367-5543.

On Saturday they will have the 5K Run/Walk at 8:00 a.m. and the 4-H Horseshow starting at 8am.

At 2:00 p.m. the 4-H Livestock sale will begin. For the evening make sure to bring your family down for the free BBQ from 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.. Following the BBQ will be a free watermelon feed and beer garden starting at 6:00 p.m.

Blackhawk will feature this years concerts with famous hits including: Goodbye says it all, Every once in a while, I’m not strong enough to say no. Following Blackhawk will be the James Lee Band from 9:30 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.

Sunday will be the NSRA Rodeo beginning at 7:30 p.m. Also will be the Cowboy Church Service that morning at 10:30am and the Walking Dog Trail at 11am.

Make sure to bring your family for a fun filled

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