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Ranger Bernie Glaus is the answer for Week 434 of Orofino History Trivia a special feature to celebrate the history and heritage of Clearwater Country.

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Monday: He left a mark

Tuesday: Kelly Creek

Wednesday: Two daughters

Thursday: An event brought about one name.

Friday: He broke his nose.

Saturday: 1949

Though his name is not on any particular locations, he still left his mark. Ranger Bernie Glass worked at Kelly Creek and once while working to install a culvert on a creek, there was an accident and he got a broken nose. The creek was named, Broken Nose Creek.

He also had two daughters for which creeks were named, Jeanne and Joan.

According to Lubke, there is also a Broken Nose Saddle or cut across road. It is on the North Fork near Deception Saddle.

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