Authorities Identify Skeletal Remains in Southwest Nebraska Creek



Skeletal remains found in a southwest Nebraska creek have been identified as those of a Cambridge man who'd been missing for about 18 months.   Furnas County authorities say the body was that of 41-year-old Tivis Ferrell. His wife reported him missing about 10 days after he left their home. Authorities say Ferrell committed suicide. Three juveniles discovered the remains on June 1 while floating on inner tubes from the Medicine Creek Dam to Cambridge.

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