Friday, February 26, 2010

Exclusive Livestock Website

Exclusive Livestock Alliance, a division of Exclusive Livestock LLC of Nebraska has recently launched their new website project aimed at helping smaller breeders raising some of the more exclusive breeds.  Membership is only $250 per year or $25 per month to join this alliance.  Sign up today.

Exclusive Livestock LLC is comprised of Del Ficke, Carl Moberg, Howard Hale and Brian Hale.

Grassfed Exchange in Yankton

Exclusive Livestock Alliance announcement from the Grassfed Exchange in Yankton, South Dakota...

Our very own Carl Moberg is at the Grassfed Exchange taking in some incredible information on the grass fed industry at the show in Yankton right now. We are seeing a very serious interest in what we are doing for the exclusive breeds of livestock. Be sure to sign up today. It's only $250 per year to be a featured breeder and that comes with over $1500 worth of advertising!


Thursday, February 25, 2010

Contest from

Would you be willing to write a brief review for us?

We can earn a lifetime platinum membership worth thousands of dollars in advertising if we can become the most reviewed Nebraska business on They are having a contest that ends Sunday the 28th of February. Would you be willing to Write a Review for Hale Multimedia? If so, please visit this link

If you have a business, I will Review your business as well and I will give you some of that advertising that we will receive. We have gotten alot of business through social marketing like this and I will pledge to help you get more customers too!

Thank you,

Brian Hale
Hale Multimedia LLC
Scottsbluff, NE

Monday, February 8, 2010

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Who knows about this?

Recently on a segment of the "Glenn Beck Show" on FOX (Fox Cable News) was the
"Today, even though President Obama is against off shore drilling for our country, he signed an executive order  in August 2009
to loan 2 Billion of our taxpayers dollars to a Brazilian Oil
Exploration Company (which is the 8th largest company in the
 entire world) to drill for oil off the coast of Brazil ! The oil that
comes from this operation is for the sole purpose and use of 
China  and NOT THE  USA  ! Now here's the real clincher...the
Chinese government is under contract to purchase all the oil
that this oil field will produce, which is hundreds of millions of 
barrels of oil".
We have absolutely no gain from this transaction whatsoever!

Wait, it gets more interesting.
Guess who is the largest individual  stockholder of this Brazilian
Oil Company and who would benefit most  from this? 
It is American BILLIONAIRE, George Soros, who  
was one of President Obama's most generous
financial supporter during his campaign.
If you are able to connect the dots and follow the
money, you are probably as upset as I am. Not a word
of this transaction was broadcast on any of the other 
news networks!

Forward this factual e-mail to others who care about
this country and  where it is going. Also, let all of your
Government representatives know how you feel about
 Below is the Wall street Journal article to confirm this.

I believe this constitutes the commission of High Crimes against America and her people, us.

Please tell me what you think. Read this Wall Street Journal article and follow the money.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Mark Overman for Sheriff

Longtime Scottsbluff Police Detective Mark Overman will challenge incumbent Sheriff Jim Lawson in the upcoming election.

Overman announced Monday that he plans to file to run as sheriff in the next few weeks.

He said he has consider running for many months and made his decision. Overman said he has been urged by many friends and others to run.

“It’s something I’ve thought about for a while,” he said. “I feel my experience with the Scottsbluff Police Department, WING Drug Task Force, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Joint Terrorism Task Force and working with various federal agencies will greatly benefit the citizens of Scotts Bluff County.”

Sheriff Jim Lawson announced earlier this month that he planned to run for a fourth term. Lawson won elections in 1998, 2002 and 2006. The position of sheriff is a four-year term.

Overman and Lawson are both Republicans and will face off during the May 11 primary.

Overman has served as an officer with the Scottsbluff Police Department since 1979. He was promoted to the rank of detective in 1985 and has served in that position since. During his career, he said, he has been involved with more than 1,000 successful convictions, including significant involvement in numerous homicide cases. Three of those homicide cases have resulted in death sentences.

Overman will continue to serve with the Scottsbluff Police Department during his campaign.

Overman was one of the original investigators appointed to the Western Nebraska Intelligence and Narcotics Group (WING) Drug Task Force in 1989. During his 16 years as a WING investigator, he served as case agent on multiple federal conspiracy investigations involving drugs and violent crime in cases that have involved working in various Nebraska and other state jurisdictions. In his tenure with WING, he served as senior agent and supervisor and represented the task force at High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) Task Force Commander trainings and meetings.

Through his work with WING, he was deputized by the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force in 2002. Overman said he has gained extensive experience with federal agencies, including the FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Overman also served for 28 years on the SWAT team in various capacities, including commander for ten years.

Overman said his career has readied him for the position of sheriff.

“With my experience and education, I understand the demands of the position and feel I can rise to the challenge to meet them,” Overman said. “It would be an honor and a privilege to serve the residents of Scotts Bluff County as their next sheriff.”

Overman earned an Associate of Arts degree with an emphasis in criminal justice from Western Nebraska Community College and a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice from Chadron State College. He is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Va.

Overman has shared his expertise by training new WING investigators, teaching a confidential informant course for county attorneys, conducting SWAT training, teaching undercover operations and raid planning at state investigators school, and speaking on drug investigation topics for local agencies, schools, and civic groups. 

Participating in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics every year since its inception, Overman has served as a local coordinator for the event for 18 years, and has received the  Special Olympics “Guardian of the Flame” award.

For eight years, Overman has served as the vice-president of the Nebraska Fraternal Order of Police, representing more than 2,500 officers. Overman is also a member of St. Agnes Church, the Scottsbluff Elks Club, the Police Officers Association of Nebraska, and the FBI National Academy Associates. He is a member and past president of the Scottsbluff Police Officers Association and the Tri-State Peace Officers Association.  Overman has also volunteered with a number of local organizations including Theater West, the Midwest Theater, and  Valley Christian Neighbors in Need. He is the vice-president of the board of the Scotts Bluff Federal Credit Union.

Overman’s wife, Bev, manages the Railway Office Plaza. She is also the Executive Administrator for the Oregon Trail Community Foundation and the Executive Secretary for the Sugar Valley Rally. Their daughter Angie Wilson is a nursing instructor at Western Nebraska Community College, and their son-in-law Joe Wilson is a painting contractor.  They have two grandchildren, ages 7 and 4.

Kriesel Certified Seed

Congratulations to Lean Kriesel for his recent award!  We are always delighted when our website clients succeed.  For more about the Kriesel's visit their website at

This article appeared in the Star Herald's Farm and Ranch Section, January 31, 2010.

Gurley seed producer earns NCIA service award

Leon Kriesel, Gurley, was recently honored with the Distinguished Service Award by the Nebraska Crop Improvement Association and the Nebraska Seed Trade Association at their recent Seed Improvement Conference in Kearney.

Kriesel, owner and operator of Kriesel Certified Seed, located near Gurley, grew up on te family farm where certified seed was an  integral part of the business..  The seed business can  be traced back to 1945 when Fred and Viola Kriesel, Leon's parents, started it.  When he finished college in 1976, he began farming in partnership with his parents, and in 1983, he became the sole proprietor  Since that time, more than 60 varieties of winter wheat, barley, oats, millet and grass have been produced.

Kriesel has been a member of the Nebraska Crop Improvement Association since 1972, serving on the state board of directors and ultimately as president in 2004.  He is also active in the NuPride Genetics Marketing Committee and the Nebraska Seed Trade Association, having previously served on the board of directors, and the UNL High Plains Ag Lab  Board of Directors, where he also served as chairman.

In 2004, Kriesel was inducted into the Nebraska Hall of  Agriculture Achievement.  Other recent honors have included  being recognized as the Omaha World Herald's Master Conservationist -- Panhandle District, UNL Panhandle Service to Agriculture,  Nebraska Premier Seed Grower, and Cheyenne County Friend of 4-H.

 This article appeared in the Star Herald's Farm and Ranch Section, January 31, 2010.

Infinity Construction Scottsbluff

Hale Multimedia is proud to announce that Infinity Construction Inc of Scottsbluff, Nebraska has launched their new website.  Check it out at