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Cardiologist Joins BCHC Specialty Clinic

March 28, 2013 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Dr. Thomas Brandt of Northeast Nebraska Cardiology of Norfolk has begun seeing patients at the specialty clinics held at the BCHC hospital on a monthly basis.
Dr. Brandt is Board Certified in Internal Medicine-Cardiology and a Fellow from the America College of Cardiology.  He has published numerous publications on cardiology disease and has been named three times as America’s Top Cardiologists.

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Getzfreds Chosen For 2013 Roncalli Award

March 28, 2013 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Achievements were celebrated Sunday night at the 27th Annual Pope John Development Banquet held at Werner Hall in Petersburg.
The hall was packed with area supporters of the parochial school on a night when achievement was celebrated and funds were raised for the continuance of Catholic education offered at Pope John XXIII Central Catholic Junior and Senior High School.
The highlight of the evening, as has been the case in previous years, was the presentation of the annual Roncalli Award. The award recognizes an individual or family that has made a significant contribution to the long term advancement of Pope John XXIII Central Catholic Schools.
This year the recipients of the awards were two people instrumental in the day-to-day operation of the school — Betty and Jim Getzfred.
Mrs. Getzfred, who this year marked her 36th year at St. Boniface, and her husband Jim were recognized by emcee Duane Childers as being “great examples of what it is to be Catholics.”
“They’re a real team, partners in every sense,” he added.
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Sun Glare Cited as Cause of Thursday Morning Accident Injuring One

March 28, 2013 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Two students headed to school are very lucky Thursday morning following a car-pedestrian accident on Cedar Street. According to Antelope County Sheriff Bob Moore, a car, driven by Stephanie Bode of Elgin, was eastbound on Cedar Street as was the pedestrian, Shelby Dohmen of Elgin. The accident report notes that low visibility due to the bright sun obstructed a clear view of the street. Moore said the car sustained no damage and Dohmen was transported by the Elgin Rescue Squad to Boone County Health Center in Albion where she was treated and released. Read more in the upcoming issue of The Elgin Review.

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March 27, 2013 by lmorgan · Comments Off 


And They’re Off….

March 27, 2013 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Kids, ages up to 9, took over the basement at the Steel Steed for Elgin’s Easter Egg Hunt.  Cold temperatures and moisture kept it from being held at the park however it didn’t dampen their excitement for getting some goodies.  E-R photo

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