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I I Public Notices (Continued from Pae 6A Menards - Hastings, janitorial supplies ................. 3.49 Mikkelsen Farm &amp; Lumber. concreLe and supplies .......... 73.78 Mousel. Mike. cdl license reimbursement .................... 31.25 Murphy Tractor & Equip - Power Plan. parts arid freight ............ 1.177.67 NMC Exchange LLC, parts ... 1,434.96 Nuckolls County Treasurer. postal service ...................... 44.00 Quill Corp., office supplies .... 63.70 Sourcegas, heating fuels ........ 37.40 South Central Public Power. utilities .................  .............. 56.13 Speece Lewis Engineers, wetland delineation proj 333,524 ................... 3,700.00 Stern Oil Company. oil ....... 2,429.03 Superior Ace Hardware, supplies ......................... . .... 11.96 Superior Motor Parts. parts ...... 52.05 Superior Publishing Co., Inc., printing and publishing ...... 27.44 University of Nebraska - LTAP. workshop registration fee ... 30.00 Warren. Gary, reimbursement ..... 19.55 Wilson, Tom, prior service ...... 25.00 Windstream. telephone services .......... ... 168.94 Emergency Manager Fund C & M Supply - Nelson, fuel .................................... 299.00 Superior Motor Parts. parts ...... 48.55 Verison Wireless. telephone services ............... 58.37 Windstream. telephone services ............... 80.55 Relief-Medical Fund Family Resource Center. public assisiance ............... 280.00 Ne Dept ,,)f Health & Human Services county assistance ................ 33.25" Noxious Weed Fund Superior Motor Pm'ts, supplies ,. 6.40 Van Diest Supply Company, chemica s .......................... 666.93 911 Emergency Fund Pierce Electronics. radio repair ....................... 124.50 South Central Public Power. utilities ............................. 271.20 Windstream. telephone services ............ 96 I',02 There being no further business the ineeting was recessed at 2:40 p.m. un- til August 9.2010. Danny K..Corman. chairman By: Jftckie L. Kassebaum County Clerk 32- I c r Published Aue. 12. 2010 iv The Superior Express J Nucknlls County School District 65-0011 Superior Public Schools Superior. Nebraska August 9. 2010 A regular meeting of the Board o" Education of SchoolDistrict 65-001 I was called to order al 7:32 p.m in the Superior High School library by Presi- dent Corman. Notice of the Ineeting was given in advance through the Su- perior Express. Board members were notil'ied in advance of the meeting. Member present: Corman. Kile. Miller, Ostdiek. Renz. Tord'rup. Absent:None. Motion by Ostdiek to approve the agenda as pr,Ssented. Second my Renz. Roll call: Kilt-aye, Miller-aye, Ostdiek=:tye, Renz-aye, Tordrup-aye, Corman-aye 6-0-0--Motion tan'led. Alli son Horne of Team mates talked to lhe board and thanked them li)l" their support of Teammates. Our local chap- ter was awarited the Outstanding Chap- ter Award last year. Rhonda Myers and Jenni fer Rempe are the contacts at the school BD Construction was represenled by Gary Allen. Gary gave the bdrd an update on the building project5 The plans are to have the entry way poured so that the sidewalk is in place for the start of school. Things are proceeding on a good time line so that they can have a roof on in October if the weather cooperates. Motion by Tordrup to approve the consent agenda. Second by Corman, Roll call: Miller-aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye, Tordrup-ziye, Corman-aye, Kilt-aye 6-0-0 Motion carried. Motion by Ostdiek to approve the claims in the amount of $343.669.94. Second by Tordrup. Roll call: Ostdiek- aye, Hertz-aye, Tozdrup-aye. Corman- aye, Kilt-aye.Miller 6-0-0 Motion carried. Motion by Miller to appro'e the use of substitute teachers with a local sub- stitute certificate Second by Renz. Crovvll Tree Tree removal, Trimming and . Stump Removal . Insured R Reasonable rates _ , Free estimates../ Phone 402-819-3608 M&R Bookkeeping and Tax Service 454 N, Bloom Street P.O, Box 424 Superior, NeE 68978,402-879-4764 mrbkkeeping@ h0tmaiLc0m Edwardlones Marilyn Peters0n Roll call: Renz-aye, Tordrup-aye, Corman-aye, Kilt-aye, Miller-aye, Ostdiek-aye--6-0-0--Motion carried. Motion by Miller to approve the resolUtion to apply for a wind energy grant. If the grant is approved, the board will commit $1,500 to the project. Second by Ostdiek. Roll call: Tordrup- aye. Corman-aye, Kilt-aye, Miller-aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye6-0-0--Mo- tion carried. Motion by Tordrup to approve Jonas Sahli from Switzerland to attend Supe- rior schools as a foreign exchange stu- dent. Fred and Nancy Meyers will serve as host family. Second by Ostdiek. Roll call: Corman-aye, Kile- aye, Miller-aye, Ostdiek-ave. Renz- aye, Tordrup-aye--6-0-0 Motion carried. Motion by Corman to raise the rate of activities drivers to $8. Second by Tordrup. Roll call: Kile-aye, Miller- aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye, Tordrup- aye. Coi'man-aye--6-0-0 Motion carried. The raulticultural policy was re- viewed. The teachers have ia form they fill out and turn into the principals whenever they do a multicultural project. The wellness policy was reviewed. With the obesity rate. schools need to set a good example for the students on proper diet andexercise. The safety committee was dis- cussed. The school has a seven mem- ber safety committee whose primary focus in on the einployees. The com- mittee ]neets quarterly. Mr. Hgins, elementary principal re- ported on projected enrolhnents. Tim enrolhnent projection was 222. He also reported on (.)pen house tor 5th graders on August 12 at 5:30 p.m. Kindergarten open house will be on Monday. August 16 at 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Mr. Cook. high school principal reported on projected enrollment. The projected enrolhnent is 216 Mr. lsom. superintendent, gave the board an update on his vacation-sick days. He explained the new teacher orientation day that was held. With six new slaff members, procedures and processes were discussed so the teach- ers feel a little more comfortable with the new surroundings. The board was informed of student council noon meal on August 16. The board was thanked for allowing the administrators to at- tend administrator days. NASB Area lneetlng is September 1 at York The board will de given information on the process of selling the property once the new building is in place. Items for the nexl board meeting include a budget hearing, tax levy hear- ing, approve the proposed budget for 2010-20tl and set the tax levy. The next meetmg, is schedu led forlVIonday, September 13.2010 at Superior High School. Charles Isom . Board Clerk Payable to. amount: Alexander Motors. 257.75: Ask Suppl 3 .'4,677.89: B-Green Lawn Care. 736.25: Brodstone Memorial Hospi- tal. 13200: Depreciation Fund. 20.000.00: E.S.U. # Farm- ers & M::rchants Bank. 35.00: Flex One. 126.00: Gene Andersen.450.00: Ideal Market. 4.49: Charles Isom. 63.28: Jim's Service. 125.00: John Druba. 148.00: Lawson Products. 177.56: LEA Account. 79.00: Lunch Fund. 10,000.00: Mikkelsen Farm and Hunter Carpet Cleaning Reasonal Prices Call for Quote 402-879" t 933 (Son of Lew & Pamela Hunter) HAVING MORE RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS IS NOT THE SAME AS HAVING MORE MONEY; When it comes to the number of retirement accounts you have, the saying "more is hetter" is not necessarily true. In faet. if you hold multiple accounts with various brokers, it can be difficult to keep track of your investments and to see if you're moving toward your goals. At the very least, multiple accounts usually mean multiple fees. To learn why consolidating your retirement accounts to Edward Jones makes sense, call today. Ed Wyatt, AAMS Financial Advisor N 321 N Central Ave Superior. NE 68978 402-879-4646 Member SIPC i , ',f I Lumber,. 87.88; Nebraska Scientific, 191.15; Petro Plus, 1,371.18. Jacki Porter, 107.76; Quality Sew &Vac, 479.45; Renaissance Learning, 279.00: School Specialty, 1,000.00; Superior Ace Hardware. 263.93; Su- perior Activity Account, 16,000,00; Superior Motor Parts, 62.35;'Superior Outdoor Power, 33. I 0: Superior Pub- lishing, 254.02; Superior Utilities, 3,944.28; Superior .Water Condition- ing, 65.00; U.S. Bank, 22.08; Verizon Wireless. 120;17: Windstream Ne- braskm 145,63: Woodworker's Sup- ply, 89.34: August .Payroll and Ben- efits. 280.983.14. Total, .......................... 343.669.94 32-1c II II I II Courthouse News Nuckolls County II In I I I I County Traffic Court Howard D. Ostrander, Hastings, speeding, $125. County Criminal Court Chris Roberts. Hardy, dog running at large. $50. County Civil Court Credit Bureau of Hastings, Inc. vs. Carol Tietjen, Hardy, judgment en- tered. LVNU Funding, L.L.C. vs. Jean Roady, Nora, judgment entered District Civil Court State of Nebraska vs. Elijah Fan- ning, Nelson, order of support. Michael E. Dmhman vs. Karen A. Marr. decree of annulment. Leann Fritzler and Gary Fritzler to Leann Fritzler, trustee for the Leann Fritzler Revocable Intervivos Trust, NE1/4 13-2-7;NW1/4 7-2-6:SWI/4 6-2-6; WI/2 1-2-7 City of Superior to Superior Eco- nomic Development Corporation. Lots 1 and 2 Kottmeyer Second Addition of Superior. Dennis D. Melvin to Arlan Drudik. Lot 5 and 6 and Part Lots I. 2.3 and 4 in Block 29. Original TOwn of Nelson. Patrick J. Myers, personal repre- sentative for the Estate of Philip G Myers. to Philips G. Myers. Jr.. undi= vided 1/12 interest. John M Myers, undivided I/I 2 Interest, MarkM. Myer, undivided 1/12 interest. Patrick J Myersi undivided I/I 2 interest in SE 1 / 4 19-4-6:'WI/2 and tire N I/4 SE1/4 20-4-6. Plans finalized for Thursday, August 12.2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A Ideal weather makes for fast times at 3:td annual triathlon More than 60 competitors from as rected traffic, served refreshments and far away as 200 miles converged on provided all the support needed to pull Superior Saturday to test their mental off the day." and physical limits in the third annual As the event c,ontmues to grow, Superior Public Pool Triathlon. more volunteers will be needed. Pro- Organizers said ideal weather con- ceeds from the event benefit the Supe- ditions enabled competitors to post -'ri'or Public Pool, The pool has under- record times in both the men's and women' s divisions. The modified sprint triathlnn consists of a 500-meter swim, 10-mile bike ride and two-mile run, Jeff Uhrmacher. Aurora. tbrmer Superior resident, posted a time of 51:48 to take home the men's division title. Belleville resident Holly Beavers gone a major renovation over the past year and money is needed to provide equipme nt for the upgraded facility. "People I visited with from out-of- town were very complementary of our pool' s facelift ." said pool manager Bey Czirr. "We Ilave an expanded deck area and are looking to make the pool Out-of-town competitors made up more than half of the total participants in this year's triathlon. "Having been to several triathlons, I feel our facilities, course setup and organization stack up to any in the state2' Miller said, "I wanted to use the event as a way to bring people to Supe- rior and s how what our community has to offer." Competitor Bryan Seibel. Lincoln, brought Iris thmily to the event, ate lunch and shopped downtown. "Supe- rior is a wonderful place and we plan to be backnext year.'" Seibel said after the race. O0 o public hearing to won the women's division with a time as user-friendly as possible." of 55:50. address road closing The highligltt of the day was the Dentist looking to expand close competition in the team portion The Nuckolls County commission- ers at Monday's regular meeting final- ized preparations for a public hearing about the proposed closing of portions of two different county roads. The date and location of the hearing as well as the specifications of the proposed road closings have changed since first re- ported in this newspaper several weeks ago. The hearing will be Aug. 30 at II a.m. in the commissioners' room at the courthouse in Nelson. The first portion considered for closure is in Victor Pre- Lucas J. Hofstetter vs. Amy E. cinctonRoad2800.fromRoadZsouth 2.697 feet (100 more feet than were initially reported). The second portion is m Shermau Precinct on Road 4200. between Road U and Road V. from approximately 265 feet south of the half-mile line to the intersection with Road U, According to Gary Warren. Nuckolls County highway superinten- dent. the sections of road have not been maintained for years, are becoming,: overgrown with trees and are problen> atic to maintain. Loss of federal high- way allocatkm funds would be mini- mal and local landowners have ex- pressed a desire to have the roads closed. Warren said there were no utilities along either portion, neither were on .mail or so.heel bus routes and tire clo- slt@s we{lid not]a0dlock any property owners. If approrved following the hear- ing, the/:ounty would vacate both por- tions of road but retain the right-of- wa,'i allowing landowners to fence the road, but eliminating the need to pur- chase back thd right-of-Way if the road is ever reopened. In other business: A request was approved for Great Plains Communication to install a fi- ber optic cable system beginning at the intersection of Road 4900 and Road G and proceeding to the intersection of Road G and Highway 136. After that. Warren said they will be on the siate highway right-of-wa). Great Plains Commtinication is headquartered in Blair and currently serves 89 rural Ne- braska communities, including Red Cloud. The boai'd denied a preliminary request ti)r levy allocation froln the Byron Rural Fire District, a procedural formality which authorizes the fire dis- trict to levy taxes on their own. Hofstetter. dissolution of marriage granted Real Estate Transfers Tammy Wiedel, Gary Wiedel. Verl Conder and Gale Conder to Jeffrey R. Ziegler, Lots 7, 8 and Part Lot 9 in Block 23. First Addition of Ruskin. Steven D. Troudt and Debbra A. Troudt to Jodi Beth Essink and Justin Troudt. Block 36. Original Town of Nelson. Ronald Moore and Shells Moore to Richard O. Hansen. Part Lot 18 South Superior. Ronald J. Kannazin. trustee for the Michael R. Karmazin Family Trust to David M. Karmazin. NE I/4 30-4-7:W 1/2 13-4-8: NEI/426-4-8:NI/2SE I/4 26-4-8: W 1/2 SE I/4 30-4-7. Ronald J Karmazin. trustee for the Michael R.. K/armazin }'amily Trust, to Michelle L..Chamberlain. Kimberly Karmazin a'nd David M. Karmazin. Part SW1/4 F3=4:SfPart NEI/4 26-4- 8:SEI/4 23,:,4-8; SEI/4 24-4-8. Michelle L. Chamberlain and Terry J. Chamberlain to Karmazin Enter- prises, L.L.C.. Part SWI/4 13-4-8: NE I/4 26-4-8. Kimberly Karmazin to Karmazin Enterprises. L:L.C.. Part SW 1/4 13-4- 8: Part NEI/4 26-4-8:SEI/4 23-4-8: SE I/4 24-4-8. Divid M. Karmaziffi6Karmazin Enterprises. L.L.C.iPart SW 1/4 13-4- 8: Part NE 1/4 26-4-8:SEI/4 23-4-8: SEt/4 24-4-8. Weston W. Furrer and Winifred E. Furrer to Weston W. Furrer. trustee. and Winifred E. Furrer, trustee t'or the Weston W. Furrer Family Trust. Part El/2 SW I/4PaitSEI/4 20-1-8. Weslon W. Farter and Winifred E. Furrer to Weston W Furrer, trustee. and Wini fred E. Furrer. trustee for the Winifred E. Furrer Family Trust. Part E I/2 SW I/4. Part SE I/4 20-1-8. SEASONAL A.C.Checkups Hours: Monday, - Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5:30 p.m.: Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon Scott 'rv & Appliance 341 N. Centra, Superior, Neb. 402-879-3501 l!l i ....... I rheMost Dependable Cart in the Field Harvest season rarely goes according to ,plan, but nothing is more dependable when it comes to getting the job done than the patented line of J&M Front-Folding Corner Auger Carts. The single auger design, rugged tank and undercarriage construction has been helping farmers hold more, travel faster and unload quicker for three decades, keeping them on the go even in the most extreme conditions. So. while other factors can alter your plans, you can always depend on the, reliable J&M grain cart to get you through the most demanding harvest with ease. O JOHN DEERE 1890 Idaho St. Superior, Neb:, 68978 402-879-3276 JOHN DEERE 1"888"251 "0242 www. oregontrailequipment, corn of the triathlon. Teams consist of two or Ihree participants completing sepa- rate legs of the event in relay fashion. Surprise winners in the team division. which consisted of six teams, were local first ti me competitors Marge Blair and Tim Blecha with a time of 1:07. I. "I was surprised we won. but knew we did our best." Blair said alter the race Triathletes ranged in age from eight to 65. Thirteen competitors took part in the youth triathlon, which consists eta 100-meter swim, one-mile bike ride and half-mile run Carson Core. son of Bob and Tif- fany Core. Seward. won the boy's di- vision overall with a time of 10:02. Evin Miller, daughter of Kevin and Juliane Miller. Superior, took home the girl's overall division title with a time of I 1114. The youth team winners were Maleka Marshall. Natalie McMeen and Halite Beth Miller with a time of 10:53. Spectators, estimated to be about 100 in number, cheered competitors as they transltioned between the three disciplines. "The atmosphere is really exciting in the transition area with all the fans." said Kevin Miller, triathlon director. "Their support gives an extra boost when the athletes need it most." "The Tri ath h)n w)tll cl n<)t h ave been possible without the help of all the volunteers thai stepped, tip to make it such a fun evcnt." Mille r said. "We had great volunteers who did timing, di- Your news is important to us We'd like to include your family news in the Superior Express. The addresses are P.O. Box 408 for mailing, delivery to 148 East Third Street, telephofie: 402-879-3291, fax: 402-87:3463 or e-mail: tse @ IH I practice after clinic move With Superior Family Medical Cen- ter moving to the new expansion in Brodstone Memorial Hospital next week. Dr. Joseph Fischer. a dentist who operates independently fi'om the medical center staff:, is expected to remain in the old clinic building, ex- pand into several more rooms and pos- sibly see patients on additional days of rite week. "1 would really like to thank the clinic staff and hospital conmmnil\\;, for allowing me to utilize their sD{ce.'" Fischcr said. "Dr. Blecha has been ,extremely supportive and helpful in getting me established in the comnlu- nity.'" Fischer was bona and raised in southeast Nebraska. the second of four children. The majority of his upbring- ing was in Humboldt. He atler|ded school there and graduated I'rom. Humboldt High School in 1985. Fol- lowing high school, he attended the Universliy of Nebraska-Lincoln, graduating from the UNL College of Dentlsu'y in 1992. Following a year of practice in Nebraska. Dr. Fischer moved to Belleville in 1993 to assist Dr. William Smith and purchased the praclicc later that year. moving the practice to its -current location across I'roin the Re- public County Hospital. Dr. Fischer has been establishing a client base in Superior since January, vtsiting every "Wednesday. "Having been in the area for more than 17 ) ears now. I decided to expand nay pracuce into an area that needed more dental provider coverage." he said. Dr. Fischer and Iris wile. Andrea. live on a farm south of Belleville with their daughter. Laarcl. 10. and son. AIcx. eight. Andrea t Strains) Fischer was raised in the Rcpublic are;a and is a registered nnrse al Republic County Hospital. Fischer Family Dentistry offers compre hensivc and cosmetic dentistry. including: general dentistry, orthodon- tics. wisdont tceth ,'emoval. sedation dentistry, pediatric dentistry and digi- tal x-ra s tk)i" less radiation exposure. Dr. Fischer purchased all new dental cq uipment lbr the Superior office and added televisions inlo the ceilings of all the denial opcl:atorlcs for patienl viewing. Hc accepts dental insurance as well as Medicaid. Entergcncy and new paticnts of all ages are welconte. "'I look Iiwward to helping the com- munily with lheir dental needs." hc said. "'Supcrior is a friendly connnu- nity and I' In glad to be a parl ol"il "" I I Kile Veterinary Clinic Dr. Darrell Kile 402-879-4060 Small and large animal services Grooming appointments House calls Country calls After-hour emergencies Clinic Hours: Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-Noon and 1-E p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m.-Noon >f road, Rem ember t he Four "D"s of Effective Prevention: DRAIN Drain standing water from areas and objectsin your yard every week to eliminate breeding sites like clogged rain gutters, old tires, flowerpots, wading pools, & bird baths. DRESS t o DETER Lesson your chancesof mosquito bites bywearing loose and !ight colored clothing. long, DISCOURAGE with REPELLENT containing DEET Use a mosquito repellent containing DEE-[,., Picaridin, Oil of Lem on- Eucalyptus+oi " IR3535. Follow package instructions for application to children. DUSK t o DAWN Take extra precautions from toes are most active. dusk to dawn when m osq ui- REPORT DEAD BIRDS Help us monitor West Nile. If you find a dead bird, contact your local health department to make arrangements for collection and testing. DID YOU KNOW? Mosquitoes spread West Nile Virus by biting birds, horses and people. Nebraska had 51 human casesof West Nile Virus during SOUTH HEARTLAND DISTRICT HEALTH DEPARTMENT Protecting and improving health in Adams, Clay, Nuckolls and Webster Counffes 402-462-6211 or Toll Free 1-877-238-7595