We love you Sydney.”Investigators directed officers to where they found the body, Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister said.do believe that there is evidence of foul play involved in the woman death, Bliemeister said, but he wouldn provide any specifics.Investigators are still talking to Aubrey Trail, 51, who, with Bailey Boswell, 23, had reported online that they had contact with Loofe.Trail and Boswell are considered people of interest in Loofe disappearance and were arrested on unrelated warrants. Their social media comments led investigators to believe they were the last people with Loofe before she disappeared, Bliemeister said.Neither has been charged with a crime related to the case, he said.Trail, who has lived in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, left a South Dakota prison in 2005 after serving time for theft in Pennington County. Nebraska court records say he also served time in a Nebraska prison on convictions for forgery and for issuing bad checks.
Soon he was building things for friends and other people. Peer pressure prompted Hassemer to open his own business. He has been in his studio for only about a week and a half. You fill this base with water, or sand. Plug the base with its solid, plastic plug, and you’re done. You can now use this base year after year, without refilling..
Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsFOND DU LAC, Wis. Marian University, along with their food service partner, Sodexo, is offering Food for the Soul, an educational program celebrating the myriad of diverse cultures at Marian, offering ethnic food, along with a brief history of that food. The program will be offered at noon on Fridays in February and on Tuesdays in March, April, and May in the Hornung Student Center..
During the A January meeting, commissioners had to turn down the request for funding the advertising of a gospel concert fundraiser in memory of the late Bishop Wallace Johnson to be held on April 11 at Calvary Church of God in Christ. Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for students under age 18. For groups of 10 or more call 836 9243 for reservations.
Irving Flood Control District Section III (IFCD 3) is responsible for preventing floods, and preserving the high quality of life provided in Valley Ranch. The District safeguards people and enhances the economic value of property by constructing and maintaining canals, ponds and other natural water management facilities throughout the community. A publicly funded organization, IFCD 3 is led by a five member board appointed by the Irving City Council.