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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS I Public Notices blished June 2, 2011 in :&apos; The Superior Express) :: Legal Notice "" To Whom It May Concern: "=; I certify that the Real Property As- %essment Roll has been completed for :'flae tax year 2011. " Susan M. Rogers P" Nuckolls County Assessor 22-1c (Published June 2, 2011 in The Superior Express) ;:, Nuckolls County 2011 Level of Value '  Assessment statistics for: Residen- ial real property: Assessment ration, :"97 percent; Coefficient of dispersion, ?,,13.36 percent; Price-related differen- .Dtial: 103.87 percent. -'> Assessment statistics for : Com- ,'mercial- Not enough information to -,.provide reliable statistics. :. Assessment statistics for: Agricul- tural land: Assessment ratio, 73 per- ;/cent; Coefficient of dispersion, 20.63 :'percent; Price-related differential, ":, 106.08 percent. Susan M. Rogers ;:: Nuckolls County Assessor 22-1c ,.P, ' t First Published May 19, 2011, in The Superior Express) --::, Notice of Appointment b: In the County Court of Nuckolls ;-County, Nebraska. >,! Estate of Ruby Barry, deceased. :, Estate No. PRll-5 ....... Notice is hereby given that on May .'q 0, 2011 in the County Court of Nuck- ..!ells County, Nebraska, Shel Barry, :,whose address is 8530 Montview Blvd. ',t,Denver, Colo. 80220, was appointed % 'by the court as personal representative <.of the estate. ' Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this court on or before ' July 20, 2011, or be forever barred. ,:'; Diane Wherman J' Clerk of the County Court Nuckolls County Court P.O. Box 372 Nelson, Neb. 68961-0372 '-Randall Alexander (Bar ID 15337) Downing, Alexander & Wood 355 N. Commercial, P.O. Box 185 Superior. Neb. 68978 402-879-4751 20-3c MEETING NOTICE The Lower Republican NRD Board of Directors will hold its regular monthly meeting on June 9 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Lower Republican NRD meeting room, 30 North John Street, Alma, Nebraska. An agenda for this meeting is available at the Lower Republi- can NRD office in Alma and at county NRCS offices and at <http://www J rn> If you have any questions, please contact our office. If you are not receiving The Superior Express each week, you are missing the news. features and pictures reporting on the lives of your friends and neighbors. Stop by or mail your order to ether of our offices! PO Box 408, Superior, Neb. 68978 * 402-879-3291 or 111 E. Main. Mankato, Karl. 66956 * 785-378-3191 One Year in Nebraska $25 One Year in Kansas $26.50 (include sales tax of ttrea where belng delivered) One year in Other States $36 Subscribe Today! Please send a subscription ] of The Superior Express to: I Name Address City State __ Zip Amount New Renewal A gift from: Thursday, June 2,2011 (Published June 2, 2011 in The Superior Express) Notice of Meeting Notice is hereby given that a meet- ing of the Superior Airport Authority, Superior, Neb., will be held Monday, June 6, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. at the airport terminal. Mary Fuller, secretary 22-1 c (Published June 2, 2011 in The Superior Express) Legal Notice To Whom It May Concern: Valuation notices were sent by first class mail to owners of record of real property that had a change in valuation and the prior value. Protests may be filed with the county clerk from June l, 2011 through June 30, 2011. The Nuckolls County Board of Equaliza- tion will convene for the purpose of reviewing and deciding written pro- tests between 6-20-2011 and on or before 07-11-2011. The level of value for the classes of property for the tax year 2011 is printed on the notice. Susan M. Rogers Nuckolls County Assessor 22-1c (First Published May 19, 2011, in The Superior Express) Notice of Informal Probate In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Lorraine Mucklow, de- ceased. Estate No. PR911-9 Notice is hereby given that on May 11,2011 in the County Court of Nuck- oils Coufity, Nebraska, the register is- sued a written statement of informal probate of the will of said decedent and that Valerie Mickelsen, whose address is 845 East Fourth Street, Superior, Nebraska 68978, was informally ap- pointed by the registrar as the personal representative of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this court on or before July 20, 201 I, or be forever barred. Diane Wherman Clerk of the County Court Nuckolls County Court P.O. Box 372 Nelson, Neb. 68961-0372 Randall Alexander (Bar ID 15337) Downing, Alexander & Wood 355 N. Commercial, P.O. Box 185 Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-4751 20-3c (First Published May 19, 2011, in The Superior Express) Notice of Informal Probate In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Nelda I. Nelson, deceased. Estate No. PRll-ll Notice is hereby given that on May 16, 2011 in the County Court of Nuck- ells County, Nebraska, the register is- sued a written statement of informal probate of the will of said decedent and that Elodie J. Thompson, whose ad- dress is 537 N. Kansas Street, Supe- rior, Nebraska 68978, was informally appointed by the registrar as the per- sonal representative of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this court on or before July 20, 2011, or be forever barred. Diana Wherman Clerk of the County Court Nuckolls County Court P.O. Box 372 Nelson, Neb. 68961-0372 Michael L. Johnson (Bar ID 15090) Leininger, Smith, Johnson, Baack, Placzeck & Allen 104 N. Wheeler Street P.O. Box 790 Grand Island, Neb. 68802 Telephone: 308-382-1930 20-3c (Published in The Superior Express June 2, 2011) Superior Development Corporation Proceedings Proceedings of the May 26, 2011, meeting of the Superior Development Corporation Meeting called to order at 12:15 p.m. Nebraska Open meetings Laws observed with agenda posted at the chamber of commerce office. Moved and seconded and passed to accept the minutes of the previous meeting. Committee reports were presented. Edge Class graduation was completed with three graduates and two partici- pation certificates awarded to the Su- perior students. Motion adopted to re- imburse the cost of the course to those who graduated. Committee reports were accepted. Correspondence items were reviewed and discussed Two discussion topics were brought before the group Meeting adjoumed at 1:02 p.m. Next meeting will be at noon at the Elks Lodge on June 9, 2011. 22-1c (First Published May 26, 2011 in The Superior Express) _ Public Hearing Notice w LRNRD Pursuant to Section 46-718 of Nebraska Revised Statutes, the Lower Republi- can Natural Resources District (LRNRD) and the department shall hold a public hearing on Thursday, June 16, 2011, at7 p.m., at the Johnson Center, 509 Main Street, Alma, Neb. As required by Section 46-718(1 ), the purpose of the hearing is to take testi- mony concerning the revisions of the Integrated Management Plan (IMP) for the LRNRD and the department. The proposed IMP revisions affect the en- tire geographic area of the LRNRD. The goals of the IMP are to main- tain compliance with the Republican River ompact, ensure that ground water apd surface water users assume their share of the responsibility to keep Nebraska in compliance with the Re- publican River Compact, distribute that responsibility in an equitable manner, reserve and protect from other uses the streamflow available from regulation or programs and protect those uses in place prior to the time of designation from new uses. The objectives to achieve these goals are to prevent new or expanded uses of ground and surface water, en- sure that surface water appropriations are administered in accordance with the compact and Nebraska law. reduce existing ground water uses through regulation or incentives, maintain the netdepletions to streamflow ator within twenty-six percent of the allowable ground water depletion, provide for additional restrictions in water short years, manage vegetative growth. The existing groundwater controls are those controls found in chapter 5 through 7 of the Groundwater Man- agement Rules and Regulations. These controls will be modified in the future to comply with tlhe proposed Integrated Management P!lan. These controls in- clude a moratorium on new wells,.lim- iting or preventing the expansion of irrigated acres and metering. Alloca- tions have been adopted that will limit the amount of ground water irrigation uses. The existing surface water controls are increased administration as required by the Settlement Agreement, meter- ing of all surface water diversions from a stream, continuing the moratorium on new surface water permits, denying transfers of surface water permits if they jeopardize the state's compliance with the compact, and continuing to monitor surface water use. Additional ground water and sur- NOTICE OF MOSQUITO SPRAYING The City of Superior will be spraying for mosquitoes this summer as weather permits. Spraying times will be two hours before sunset and one hour after sunset. You can help by eliminating breeding places for the mosquitoes, such as getting rid of stagnant water. o:j ;<, = ..... p.i/ 4 '7 HiiDriWll I Jo,NN cARsoN .ErRE - NOFOLK..EBRASKA aturing F . e 79amh, June !5th 19, 2011 7 p.m. 20 Professional Comedians t ,Amateur Finals,Late Night Shows, T00!  TICKETS ON SALE NOW Ticket prices range from $10- $25 Buy Them Online At www.GreatAmericanC0medyFestival.c0m or call 888.371.2932 Produced in part by a grant from dw Nebraska Oivtstoa of Travel & Tourism. N E B P J5 tC_ ooslbiJitll!s. ,endless -877-Nebraska Jan Dieh/, city clerk face Water controls may be imple- mented in a compact call year. These controls will restrict the use of surface water and ground water in identified areas of the basin. These controls may. be mitigated through the establishment of augmentation and incentive pro- grams that would provide for addi- tional stream flow and the reduction of ground water depletions during a com- pact call year. The proposed additions to the exist- ing ground water controls include com- pliance standards, and management activities including one year alloca- tions and-or the curtailment of ground water pumping within the Rapid Re- sponse region in "Compact Call Years." The proposed additions to the existing surface water controls include regula- tion and administration of surface wa- ter in the entire Republican River basin to ensure Compact Compliance in "Compact Call Years." The proposed modifications to the IMP also include' significant updates to the monitoring and studies section. These modifications are intended to better forecast Nebraska's ability to ensure compact compliance with an emphasis on dry year compliance and flexible options to achieve compliance. Any interested person may appear at the hearing and present wdgen or oral testimony concerning the proposed IMP revisions. Individuals with disabilities may request auxiliary aids and service necessary for participation by contact- ing the LRNRD or the department by June 9, 2011. Testimony relevant to the purposes of the hearing may also be submitted in writing to the Lower Re- publican Natural Resources District at PC Box 618, Alma, Neb., 68920; or to the Department of Natural Resources, 301 Centennial Mall South, P.O. Box 94676, Lincoln, Neb., 68509-4676; or by electronic mail to the LRNRD at or to the depart- ment at by 5 p.m. on June 15,2011. For further information regarding the proposed IMP modifications or the full text of the proposed IMP, refer to the LRNRD website, at http:// or the department's website, at; contact the LRNRD or the department at the addresses above; or contact the LRNRD at 308-928-2182 or the de- partment at 402-471-2363. Following the public hearing on the proposed IMP modifications, the LRNRD and the department will make a joint decision within 60 days as to whether to implement the proposed IMP with or without modifications and whether to adopt and implement the ground water and surface water con- trols proposed in the IMP. 21-3c (Published June 2, 2011 in The Superior Express) Notice of Public Hearing Notice is hereby given that public hearings will be held on Monday, June 13, 2011 in the conference room at the City Utility Building, 135 W. 4th Street, Superior, Neb!; by the Superior City Council beginning at 7:45 p.m. on the following cases in the following order: Beginning at 7:45 p.m,: 1. A public hearing on an amend- ment to the Superior Zoning Ordi- nance 1073, Section 4.14 Accessory Building and Uses. The proposed amendment will create additional regu- lations and restrictions on the types of accessory structures allowed within residential districts as defined by the Superior Zoning Regulations. The amendment will also create a permit- ting and an approval process to allow such structures as temporary uses within these districts and in compli- ance with certain restrictions (Case No. PC-ZA 10/03). ery in south Superior from I-1, Light Idlustrial District to MDR. Medium Density Residential District to allow for the construction or modification of residential structures Properties in- clude the South 100' of Lot46, Lot 47, Lot 48, and the South 75' of Lot 41 of the south Superior addition, Superior. Neb. Said properties are more gener- ally located south of 1st Street along the east of S. Central Ave. (Case No. PC-RZ 11/01 ). 3. On an application to rezone prop- erty legally known as Lot 6. Block 39. Original Town Subdivision. Superior. Neb.. or otherwise known as 307 Colo- rado Street from I- 1. Light Industrial to CBD. Central Business District to al- low for the operation of an automo- bile-recreational vehicle sales, service and repair business. Said property is more generally located at the north- west comer of the intersection of 3rd Street and Colorado Street. (Appli- cant-Owner: Gary Holling, Derek Hiatt: Case No. PC-RZ11-02). All persons interested in the afore- mentioned case will be heard at the public hearing. If you have any ques- tions, concerns or comments prior to the public hearing, please contact the Department of Planning and Zoning by phone at 402-879-4713, 22-1 c High winds produced by Monday evening's thunderstorm did extensive damage to the dairy barn on Frank and Bonnie Langer's farm, located 1.5miles south of Superior on the Webber Road. A nearby pivot belonging to a neighbor was also reportedly overturned by the wind. The thunderstorm stretched from Osborne, Kan., to northcentral Nebraska and spawned several tornados, large hail and 100-m h straight winds as it rumbled eastward. 2. On an application to rezone prop- farmers were still having trouble with failed crop. (Note: If a failed acreage Slide show depicts story of 1935 flood Many area residents who were not living in the area and perhaps not born before the disasterous 1935 Republi- can River Flood were surprised during the Vestey festival to learn of the long lasting impact the flood had on life in and along the valley The flood has been termed the worst natural disaster to befallAhe State of Nebraska. The wall of flood waters swept through the Superior area in the pre- dawn hours and like it had to the west where many lives were lost. caught many residents unprepared. As part of the weekend festival a slide show and audio presentation was repeatedly shown in the Vestey Center meeting room. The show was prepared by the staff of the National Weather Service office at Goodland The presentation told of large cracks that developed in Eastern Colorado following the flood The cracks were compared to similar cracks that devel- oped in Michigan after an earthquake. Seventy-five years after the flood VISIT COLORADO, GET A FREE HAT! Order yours at COLORADO.COM/HATGIVEAWAY and pick it up when you visit any official Colorado Welcome Center. lA LAND CALLED t.OLORADO  Swap Salt for Spice Boost flavor, go bold, and spice up your meals by using paprika, chili powder or cumin in your next meal. SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 2011 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. FAMILY FUN DAY Wessels Living History Farm Enjoy the 1920s farmstead and gardens. Visit the tractor and stationary engine exhibit building. Participate in activities for young and "young at heart." {:Z!: I. For more helpful tips go to:  ........... 0i:iis) i:soo_s2.)227 suss/Dpooo811-o4 5usIooo4l o; o8/ooooo4o? *Fly your "free" kite (for the first 100 kids) ,Enjoy the farm animals - horses, ponies, miniature donkey, chickens, goats, Newfoundland dog ,Ride the tractor and 9ony-pulled wagons *Scramble in the hay !or money , f I00KP-00 @UIT- = F +edna1! livestock becoming trapped in the claim is timely filed with a multi-peril cracks and efforts to fill the cracks had crop insurance agent; 1) provide FSA not been successful, the insurance data so the acreages and A larger grantite monument erect to other info match, and, 2) the crop may mark the Beecher Island spot where be destroyed before filing an FSA Indians and American soldiers engaged claim.) in a major fight was swept away by the The FSA must inspect the field to flood waters and never found. The verify that the loss was weather,re-, Beecher Island battle was the subject late& (This requtrement is waived of a multi-part series of stories pub- only if crop insurance data is provided lished last year in this newspaper, to FSA, or, the county committee has Farers asked to knowledge of the loss condition of the specific field or fields.) report weather Report the new crop and planting date by the applicable certification "l-'a.fe tO FSA deadline (June 30 for small grains and The significant rains received in July 15 for all other crops land uses). May will likely result in the loss of some crop acreages and prevent some fields from being timely planted. According to Dale Kovanda, direc- tor of the Nuckolls County FSA office, "If any of these situations apply to you, it is important that you take the time to complete the necessary steps explained below to: 1) remain eligible for such programs as the SURE disaster pro- gram, 2) meet ACRE program require- ments, if applicable, and, 3) document planting and prevented planting his- tory for possible future crop base pur- poses, as determined by future Farm Bill legislation3 If the affected acreage had not been planted yet because of an eligible con- q dition (such as wet field conditions), a prevented planting claim may be filed with FSA. The producer must prove intent to plant that crop, and file the claim within 15 days of the final plant- ing date used for crop insurance pur- poses. Thosedates for Nuckolls County are: May 25 for com. June 10 for soybeans, and June 15 for grain sor- g/ram That makes the deadline to file the claim with FSA June 9 for corn, June 25 for beans, and June 30 for mile. Myron Huloert, Mankato, stretches If you timely file a prevented plant- out a clothesline and prepares to en- ing claim with your multi-peril crop joy a weekend of fishing after moving insurance agent; 1) you must provide his camping rig out of the reaches of FSAtheinsurancedatasothdacreages highwaterattheupperendofLovewell. and other data matches, and. 2) you can Lake last Thursday. file your FSA claim beyond the dead- [ lines explained above, i HOURS: If a crop had been planted, but a sizable portion of the original field i Wednesday and Friday failed and will be replanted to the same [ 1:30-5:30 p.m. @' crop, report the acreage,replanted and Thursday, 3-7 p.m. i7/ the new planting date or dates. Saturday If a planted acreage failed and will I 0 a.m.-2 p.m. ; be replanted to a different crop, regard- 2 less of size. file a Failed Acreage Re- Nifty-Th "ftv" ,ort with FSA before destroying the rl__. ',I [,, Shop .-I[ / (-L ]l-. I,,.  410.'2NOenl'a oSu0erlor. Neb. Z[00It00 g00m00ee C00,c008 ge00s Get virtually gorgeous a click.  You can when you visit the .: Mary Kay e Virtual Uakeover! ':: ,,ii:i:iii:i!:!! It's the free, fun place where you can play with the latest  "" r color, newest trends and ,,  <, {P IP more - even hairstyles. i; : *' ; Then go from virtual you to beautiful you. Just call me. I can help you turn your :: virtual look into a reality. 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