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Thursday, May 9, 2013 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS,:7.A Public Notices (Continued from Page 6 ) tion was made by Corman and the motion was seconded by Brown to approve the farm lease with Frahm Brother Partnership as submitted. Vot- ing: Combs, aye; Brown, aye; Corman, aye. Motion carried. Mike Meyer, founder of Benefit Houdini met with the board to present his proposal for the Nuckolls County Employee Medical and Dental Insur- ance. Discussion held. A motion was made by Brown and the motion was seconded by Combs to deny the pro- posal by Mike Meyer of Benefit Houdini. Voting: Combs, aye; Brown, aye; Corman, aye. Motion carried. A construction approval letter was submitted by Site Acquisition Solu- tions to approve construction to the existing wireless communications site located at 4003 Road Y, Edgar, Neb., 68935 as there is no zoning in Nuckolls County. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Corman to authorize Chairman Combs to sign the construc- tion approval letter regarding Verizon&apos; s proposed work at 4003 Road Y, Edgar, Neb., (NE09 Edgar). Voting: Combs, aye; Brown, aye; Corman, aye. Motion carried. A motion was made by Brown and the motion was seconded by Corman to approve the renewal/'or the preven- tive maintenance service agreement by Rasmussen Mechanical Services for the labor and materials to perform preventive maintenance four times a year for the heating and cooling sys- tem at the Nuckolls County Court- house for the 2013 contract year at $1,224.50 per visit, with a total of $4,898. Combs, aye; Brown, aye; Corman, aye. Motion carried The board discussed an architec- tural services proposal' from Berggren Architects. The board discussed revis- iting the Architectural Services when working on budgets. There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 11:52 a.m. until Monday, May 6, 2013. Michael D. Combs, chairman By: Jackie L. Kassebaum, county clerk. ZNEZ 19-1c (First Published May 9, 2013 in The Superior Express) Notice of Public Hearing Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Superior will hold a public hearing on a redevelop- ment plan for the real estate described in this notice, pursuant to the Nebraska Community Development Law. The hearing will be held in the Council Chambers at City Hall at 135 West 4th Street in Superior, Nebraska, 68978, on the 28th day of May, 2013, at the hour of 7:30 p.m. The property affected by this notice is described as follows: A TRACT OF LAND LOCATED IN PART OF SEC- TION THIRTY-ON (31], TOWN- SHIP ONE ( l ) NORTH, RANGE SIX (6) WEST OF THE 6TH P.M., NUCKOLLS COUNTY, NE- BRASKA, AND MORE PARTICU- LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL- LOWS: COMMENCING AT THE NORTH QUARTER (N I/4) CORNER OF SECTION 3 I-TI N-R6W, SAID POINT BEING THE POINT OF BE- GINNING; THENCE ON AN AS- SUMED BEARING OF N8959 '49''E, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER (NEll4) OF SAID SECTION 3 I, A DISTANCE OF 2638.48 FEET TO A POINT BE- ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID NEI/4, A DISTANCE OF 500.52 FEET; THENCE $6552'49"W, PER- PENDICULAR TO THE THREAD OF THE REPUBLICAN RIVER, A DISTANCE OF 54.53 FEET TO A POINT BEING THE THREAD OF SAID RIVER AS SURVEYED ON 8/ 27/2012; THENCE N2407 ' 11"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DIS- TANCE OF 147.79 FEET; THENCE N5720'00'W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DISTANCE OF 95.62 FEET; THENCE N5244'4Y'W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DIS- TANCE OF 217.49 FEET; THENCE N6801 'I7''W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DISTANCE OF 103.27 FEET; THENCE N5157'59"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DI TANCE OF 143.86 FEET; THENCE N6723 'I9''W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DISTANCE OF 113.67 FEET; THENCE N5308'45"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DIS- TANCE OF 91.03 FEET; THENCE N6743'02"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DISTANCE OF 98.00 FEET; THENCE N56I9'51"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DIS- TANCE OF 139.41 FEET; THENCE N83I7'59"W, ALONG SAID THREAD. A DISTANCE OF 146.52 FEET; THENCE N5655'32"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DIS- TANCE OF 81.97 FEET; THENCE N7342'20"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DISTANCE OF 67.89 FEET; THENCE N8625'59"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DIS- TANCE OF. 142.22 FEET; THENCE $8144'39"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DISTANCE OF 128.89 FEET; THENCE $7153'04"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DIS- TANCE OF 91.02 FEET; THENCE $5639'23"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DISTANCE OF 198.83 FEET; THENCE $7422'11"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DIS- TANCE OF 109.94 FEET; THENCE $5032 '39''W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DISTANCE OF 102.52 FEET; THENCE $5207'29"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DIS- TANCE OF 80.90 FEET; THENCE $5328'43"W, ALONG SAID THREAD, A DISTANCE OF 70.44 FEET; THENCE N 36031' 17"W, PER- PENDICULAR TO SAID THREAD, A DI STANCE OF 129.10 FEET TO A POINT ON THE WEST LINE OF SAID NEI/4; THENCE NO 1 00' 18"W, ALONG SAID WEST LINE A DISTANCE OF 372.32 FEET; THENCES894Y50"W, PARALLEL WITH THE NORTH LINE OF SAID sEI/4, NWI/4, A DISTANCE OF 1322.83 FEET TO A POINT ON THE WEST LINE OF SAID El/2, NW 1/4; THENCE N005Y55"W, ALONG SAID WEST LINE A DISTANCE OF 456.09 FEET TO A POINT BEING NORTHWEST (NW) CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUAI1TER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER ,(SEI/4, NWl/4); THENCE N005Y55"W, ALONG THE WEST .LINE'OF NORTHEAST QUARTER, NORTHWEST QUARTER (NEI/4, NWI/4) OF SAID SECTION 31, A DISTANCE OF 1341.85 FEET TO A POINT BEING THE NORTHWEST (NW) CORNER OF THE NORTH- EAST QUARTER, NORTHWEST QUARTER (NE 1/4, NW I/4) OF SAI D SECTION 31 ;THENCE $8959'49"E, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF THE NWI/4 A DISTANCE OF 1319.59 FEEl" TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- NING. SAID TRACr CONI"AINS A CALCULATED AREA OF 8,303,945.94 SQUARE FEET OR 190.63 ACRES MORE OR LESS OF respecting the proposed redevelopment plan. Jan Diehl, city clerk ZNEZ 19-2c (Published May 9, 2013 in The Superior Express) Public Notice The Nuckolls County Board of Equalization will hold a hearing to consider motor vehicle exemption re- quests on May 20, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. in the board of commissioners room, Nuckolls County Courthouse, 150 S. Main, Nelson, Neb. A list of organiza- tions seeking an exemption is avail- able in the office of the Nuckolls County Treasurer. Jackie L. Kassebaum, Nuckolls CountS' Clerk. ZNEZ 19-1c Courthouse News Nuckolls County County Court, traffic Jonnie M. Andersen; Superior, speeding; $25. Curtis C. Carver, Nelson, no proof of ownership; $50; no warning decal for long vehicle; $50. County Court, civil Credit Management Services vs. Melissa Baumbach, Superior; judg- ment entered. County Court, criminal State of Nebraska vs. Megan Sun- day, Superior, disorderly conduct; $50. State of Nebraska vs. Ceciela Kipp, Superior, disorderly conduct; $50. State of Nebraska vs. Tristan Sholty, Superior, illegal overtaking and pass- ing a stopped school bus; $500. District Court, civil Jarred Ehlers vs. Tabatha J. Ehlers, Superior, petition for dissolution of marriage. Real estate transfers Don C. Bottorf- personal represen- tative for the estate of Jack L. Skinner to Mitzi D. Manka E 1/2 NW 1/4 2-4-6; NE 1/4 26-4-6. Don C. Bottorf- personal represen- tative for the estate of Jack L. Skinner to David L. Skinner S 1/2 SE 1/4 24-4- 6; SE 1/4 23-4-6 Don C. Bottorf- personal represen- tative for the estate of Jack L. Skinner to Marcus L. Skinner W 1/2 NW 1/4 2- 4-6; N I/2, SE 1/4 NW I/4 26-4-6. Exchange Company to Superior- Deshler, LLC Pt SE 1/4 Pt Lot 6, 8 in Block 2, 25-I-7, East Side Industrial Park Sub of Pt 25- I-7 of Superior. Boettcher Enterprises, Inc., to Su- perior-Deshler, LLC, Lot 5 in Block 2, East Side Industrial Park Sub of Pt 25- 1-7 of Superior. SD Fertilizer, LLC to Crop Produc- tion Services, Inc., Lot 7 in Block 2, East Side Industrial Park Sub of Pt 25- 1-7 of Superior. Superior-Deshler, LLC, to Crop Production Services, Inc, Pt SE 1/4 Lot 5 and Pt Lot 6, 8 in Block 2, 25-1- 7, East Side Industrial Park Sub of Pt 25- I-7 of Superior. ,, Dmli!.L., Shaw jeanett.e A,,Shaw, Darren L. Shaw. Mlegan M. Shaw to Jeffrey D. Kinyoun, Marsha J. Kinyoun SW 1/4 28-3-8. J.P. Wehrman, Lynn C. Wake to Von J. Wehnnan, Dawn A. Wehrman Lot 7, 8, 9 in Block 1, Follmers Sub to Nelson of Nelson. Aaron T.Thompson toJeremyTatro Pt Lot 9 in Block 32, East Side Indus- trial Park Sub of Pt 25- I-7 of Superior. Gregory D. Rhoades, Paula J. Rhoades to Dennis M. Way, Virginia M. Way PtLot 1t, 12in Block 15,East Superior. Steven D. Lipker to Jeffrey R. Ziegler Pt NE 1/4 15-2-5 Original Town Superior Junior High at conference The weather improved just a bit Saturday for the Superior Junior High School track team as it took part at the Southern Nebraska Conference meet held at Fillmore Central at Geneva. Conditions were still cool and windy and better suited for football rather than track. Depsite the competition from the weather and other schools the girl's team finished in fifth place with 37 points and the boys earned 24 points. Madison Blackstone was second in the high jump at 4'4", third in the long jump with a leap of 14'4" and third in the 300 hurdles with the time of 55.76 seconds. Keyona Reed claimed third place in the shot put with a toss of 28'9". Michelle Unruh took fourth in the shot put with her toss of 27'8.5" and was fourth in the high jump with a leap of 4'2". Evin Miller scored fifth place points in the 100 hurdles and was sixth in the 300 turdles. Garrett Caldwell led the boys with a first place finish in the discus with a throw of 146' and added second place points in the shot put with a heave of 38'9". Harlen Reed was in fourth place in the shot put with his toss of 37'5.5". Sloan Wiilett was sixth in the 200 meter dash with the time of 27.43 sec- onds. The 4 x 400 meter relay team of Reed, Caldwell, Jacob Whitmore and Willett finished in the sixth slot with the time of 4:45.0. Personal best marks were realized by Blackstone in the long jump and 100 meter hurdles, Bridget Dalton in the ! 00 meter dash, Nicki Kirchhoff in the 100 meter and 300 meter hurdles, KendraTietjen in the 100 meter hurdles, K.Reed in the shot put, Unruh in the shot put, Caldwell in the discus and shot put, Cale Frahm in the 200 meter dash and H. Reed in the shot put. This was the season ending meet for the junior high team. Two meets were cancelled because of inclement weather yet team members achieved 69 personal best marks. In addition to the personal best marks, four new sev- enth and eighth grade records were established this season: three by Madi- son Biackstone in the 100 and 300 meter hurdles and the high jump and Garrett Caldwell in the discus. Helping the most helpless humans By Sandy Miller Hays, Agricultural Research Service When I was much younger and, alas, much more naive about human health and all that can go wrong with it, I thought it was a little bit corny when older folks, on hearing about the ar- rival of a new baby, always seemed compelled to say, "At least he (or she) is healthy!" To my young mind, that was stating the obvious: "Well, for heaven's sake, of course the baby is healthy! We were all babies once and we're all fine, so what's the big deal?" Now, having lived through my friends having babies, and at this stage of life, their babies having babies, I have a much deeper appreciation of how precarious life can be for new- borns. Of course, with our advanced medical technology, babies are surviv- ing now who never would have made it home from the hospital half a century ago. For anyone who thinks pregnancy and childbirth are the proverbial piece of cake, consider this: Every year. more than half a million infants are born prematurely in the United States. Many of those "preemies," particularly tile 1NG THE NORTHEAST (NE) COR- WHICH 3..00ACRES ARECOUNTY of Ruskin. ones whose tiny digestive systems are NER OF SAID SECTION 31 ; ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY. 1  ,,  simply too tmderdeveloped to handle THENCES(X) 5Y24"E, ALONGTHE Acopyoftheproposed pla,aamend-   n their mother's milk or infant f(>rnlula. EASTLINEOFSAIDNEI/4 ADIS- me,t is on file i,l the office of the City II/I ff Ir"li TANCF. 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Steinhart Park Road, Nebraska City, NE (402) 873-6340, www.wildwoodhistoriccenter.or9 beta cells in the pancreas. As the insu- lin circulates through the body, it trig- gers cells to take the glucose out of the blood and use it for energy. But insulin resistance can lead to a buildup of unhealthy levels of glucose in the blood. The scientists were able to show that insulin resistance was 40 percent greater in the TPN-fed piglets than in other newborn piglets that were fed orally. The scientists also found that reduced production of a gut hormone called GLP-I may help explain the difference in insulin resistance among the research piglets. GLP- 1 helps lessen insulin resistance, but the scientists say there were significantly lower lev- els of GLP- 1 in the blood of the TPN piglets than in the other piglets. On a happier note, gut hormones may help mitigate the group of liver diseases known collectively as PNALD (parenteral nutrition-associated liver disease). The ARS scientists and their colleagues were able to show that giv- ing newborn TPN-fed piglets a very small dose of a natural bile acid three times a day helped conibat PNALD. This is a beautiful example of how research can extend a helping hand to "the least among us".--- those precious newborns! "Charity: a thing that begins at home, and usually stays there." Elbert Hubbard "Not he who has much is rich, but he who gives much." " Erich Fromm Unicameral advancing bills ' as session draws toward close Nebraska News Service tion, market development and promo- officers to create a compromise with MembersoftheNebraskaUnicam- tion to expand the demand for and ownersto avoid removing the live- eral are continuing to debate and pass vaheofNebraskacornandcom-based stock from the owners' possessio n. If bills. Here is a brief roundup of recent products. Under this bill, called the the animal is seized, the owner must action. Nebraska Corn Promotion Act, the pay f0r its care, but Will be reimbt,rsed LB507: Sen. Kathy Campbell of Corn Board would no longer be a state if found not guilty of animal mistreat- Lincoln sponsored this bill which entity, bu! a quasi-independent body, ment. passed on a 27-0 vote last Tuesday. It according to Sen. Tyson Larson of A bill (LB544)'sponsored bY Sen. would require certain child care cen- O'Neill, who introduced the bill. Tom Hanse,1 was adopted as an amcnd- ters to participate in a quality rating Thebill wouldallow Nebraskacorn me,at to LB423. With this amendment, and improvement system and change producers-- rather than the govemor any livestock owner who owns a bull the eligibility for families to getassis- -- to elect Corn Board members. It with the venereal disease bovine tance to use child care centers, would also give producers a reftmd trichomoniasiscannot transport or sell Requiringthecenterstoupholdcer- option on the half a cent per bushel of the infected livestock Unless it is for tain criteria, this bill would make in- corn excise tax--called a checkoff-- slaughter. formation on the quality ofcertain cen- they pay at the point of initial sale, LBI04 and LB402: Two bills ad- ters available for parents, and would which funds the activities of the Corn vanced to Select File in the Nebraska provide accountability tbr the state Board. Legislature that would give renewable dollars spent funding these centers, LB545: Nebraska senators ad- energy incemives in the state, even Campbell said. vanced a bill Tht, rsday that would with some se,aators saying the bills An ame,dment was adopted on a streamline the appeal s process for the were too similar. Sol. i loath Mcllo of 26-0 vote to change the eligibility tbr NebraskaPublicServiccCommission. Omaha spo,lsorcd LB4()2 thai would families to get assistance from 120 The bill was introduccd by Sen. Anncttc encourage local ownership ofrolcw- percent of the federal poverty level, Dt, basofFt, llerto,1 who said elilninat- able energy projects. Sen. Steve which is about $23,000 for a family of ing district courts, which are the first Lathrop of Omaha sponsored LB 104 three. The amendment changed the line of review, from the process would that would give tax incentives to com- eligibility to 125 percent of the federal make it more efficient and less costly panics producing renewable energy to poverty level in the 2013-2014 fiscal to ratepayers who bear the expense of export to other states, i,Mt,ding wind, year and to 130 percent of the poverty appeals. The colnlnission regulates solar a,ld geothcrlnal energy. level in the 2014-2015 fiscal year. public industries i,acluding telecom- LB93: Nebraskasenatorsadvanced LB44:UnderthisbillpassedThurs- munications and electric services, a bill from general file last.Tuesday dayona38-1 vote,juvenilesconvicted Senators advanced the bill to Select that would let veterans addtheir vet- of Class I A felonies would no longer face a mandatory life sente,ce without File with a 33-8 vote. erala status on a driver's licolce or state the possibility of parole. The bill, in- LB99 - A bill that would change the identification card. Veterans olherwise troduced by Sell. Brad Ashford of collection of racial profiling i,fforma- wot, ld have to show discltarge papers Omaha, would establish a maximum tionandNebraskaCrimeVictimsRepa- orotherdoctmenlswithaSochlSecu- sentence of life imprisonment and a rations Ftmd requirements advanced rity number to take advamageofstorc minimum sentence of 40 years impris- to Final Reading last Tuesday. Sen. distraints, said Sen. A,mcttc Dubas of onment for juvenile offenders con- Heath Mello of Omaha introdt, ccd Ft, llerton, whoi,ltrodt, ccdthefilI. Shc victed of the most serious crimes, like LB99, which would remove the sunset said those doct, ments, which aren't murder, rape and kidnapping. The bill date for the Nebraska Commission oil photolDs, ctmtain private information also requires parole boardsto consider. Law Enforcement and Criminal Jus- and people wot,ldn't routinely carry factors like age at the time ot offense tice to collect racial profiling data. It them. At least 34 other states passed or when making determinations about would also add requirements for the are in the process of passing similar parole.The bill is an attempt to bring conmfissio,landlawcnforccmc,ltagelv laws, she said. Ncbraskastatelawinlinewitharccent cies.Anamendme,ttothebill,adopted LB240: Under this bill passed Supreme Court decision that manda- 29-0, would eliminate a rcqt, iren]ent Tht,rsday on a 41-0 vote, continuing tory sentences of life withot, t the pos- that a victim suffer at least a 10 percent education will satisfy Work ,'equirc- sibility of parole are unconstitt,tio,ml loss of tinancial resources to qt,alily ,nents necessary to qualify for public for juveniles under the age of 18. for compensation from the Nebraska benefits like the Aid to Dependent LB354: Lawmakers suspended de- Crime Victims Reparations Fund. Children program. The bill, inlroduccd bate lastTuesday on this bill that would LB423 - This Agriculture Commit- by Sell. John Itarms t)l" ScoUsbhlff. partially privatize the Nebraska Corn tee bill passed through final reading elimi,mtes previot,. age restrictions in Board. 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