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'2 School Menus Superior Schools Sept. 20 through Sept. 24 High School Monday: Kung pap chicken or ham- burger, rice, cookie. Tuesday: Turkey or ham. mashed potatoes, rolls. Wednesday: Baked potato bar, sloppy Joe, Jell-O. Thursday: Crispito or hot pocket, green beans, macaroni and cheese. Friday: Tacos or dell sandwich, nee. Elementary Monday: Chicken/macaroni casse- role. mixed vegetables, applesauce, cookie. Tuesday: Turkey, potatoes, gravy, peaches, rolls. Wednesday: Baked potato, rib, bun. pears. Jell-O. Thursday: Crispito, green beans. one-half orange, macaroni and cheese. Friday: Tacos. lettuce and cheese. mixed fruit, rice. ll:lllll Public Notices (Pitblis'hed Thursday. Sept. 16 in The Superior Expres's) Proceedings of The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners September 7, 2010 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met Sept. 7. 2010 in the board meeting room at the court- house. Nelson. Neb.. per recess of Aug. 30.2010. Corman. Brown and Combs present for the meeting. The agendaof said meeting was remitted t( board members in advance of the meeting and was posted in the county clerk's office and on the county website. Corman announced the "Open Meet- rags Act Law" as posted in the com- missioners board meeting room and handouts are available. The board reconvened at 9 a.m. Chairman Corman approved the agenda and the Aug. 30. 2010 minutes as sub- mitted. The board received the county court. district court, county clerk and county treasurer's August 2010 county board reports. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Corman to accept those r'eports as submitted Sermon. Brown and Combs all wted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Corman to enter into ex- ecutive session at 9:10 a.m. for pos- sible litigation. Corman. Brown and Combs all w)ted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Present for this ses- sion were the three board members: Clerk Kassebaum and Cotmty Attor- ney, Timothy Schmidt. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Corman to leave executive session at 9:15 and return to the regular session. Corman. Brown and Combs all wted aye. 0 voted nay. Motion carried. - Amotion was made byGOrman and seconded by Combs to approve the county attorneys inventory list as sub- mitted. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Gary Warren. highway supcnnten- dent and Cindy Buescher. executive secretary met with the board to gwe an update on the current activines of the county road department. Warren re- ported that Friday, Sept. 10. 2010 will be the date tbr the tire recycling collec- tion sponsored by RC&D Trail blazer. Warren has been working on the FEMA paperwork for the Sedan Road Project so the county could possibly receive a reimbursement toward the. costs of gravel, etc. The; road department is close to completion on the Sedan R0ad Project. They are looking at maybethis week or next. Warren gave a report on the status of the ARRA Stimulus Project BRO 7065(21 ) Oak South. The road depart- ment will be closing the road on Sept. 20. 2010 and the construction will be- gin on Sept. 27, 2010. Construction firm. M.E. Collins is estimating 45 working days to complete. The esti- mated date for completion is Nov. 24. 2010. A motion was made by Brown and" seconded by Combs to approve a reso- lution closing and vacating public road. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Resolution Resolution Closing and Vacating Public Road Whereas. the county board has. by resolution, deemed it to be in the pub- lic interest to vacate the following pub- lic roads, to wit: The county road 2800 from Road Z south 2697 ft between Section 9 & 10. Township 4 North. Range 8 West of the 6th P.M.. Nuckolls County, Neb.: and The county road 4200 between county roads U & V from approxi- mately 265 ft.' South of the I/2 mile line for approximately 230 ft. on South to the roads end of Road 4200. be- tween Section 35. Township 4 North, Range 6 West of the 6th P.M. and Section 36. Township 4 North, Range 6 West of the 6th P.M. in Nuckolls County. Neb.: and Whereas. the county board has di- rected the county highway superinten- dent to study the use being made of such public road and to submit in writ- ing to the county board a report upon the study made and his recommenda- tion as to the vacation thereof: and Whereas. the county board has re- ceived the report of the county high- way superintendent regarding the study of ,the use being made of such public road and his recommendation as to the vacation thereof, the same being re- tained in theoffice of the county clerk as a part of the permanent public records of the county board: and Whereas. the county board has by resolution, fixed a time, date and place for public hearing on the proposed vacation of such public road and has c:aused such resolution to be published once a week for three consecutive weeks in a legal newspaper published in the county and has caused copiesof the same to be served by either regis- tered orcertified mail upon the owners of land abutting on or adjacent to the public roads to be vacated to the last known address of each owner not less than two weeks in advance of the hear- ing; and Whereas. the county board has con- ducted a public hearing pursuant to published and mailed notice of the proposed vacation of such public road; and Whereas, the County:bd/tr'd'. after notice and public hearing, finds that it s in the public interest to close and vacate the public roads specified above and that the vacation of such public roads shotild be without q ualification or condition and that title to the right- of-way so. vacated shall revert to the private ownershi p of the owners of the adjacent real estate, one-half on each side thereof. Now. therefore, be it resolved by the Nuckolls County Board of Com- missioners that the public'roads and county bridge above described be. and Superior ..... " r Pharmacy 348 N. Central Ave_Superior, Neb. 68978 @ HeatthM a r-t 402-879-4234 Open 8:30 a,m,- 5:30 plm., Ivlonday-Saturday Open Thttrsday evening to 7:30 p.m, Providing Plmrmaceutical Care to our Community Lane Hawley, Pharm. D. and Staey Souerdyke, Pharm. D, , i i LLC00 HVAC Systems HOME COMFORT S YS TEMS Innovation never felt so good.. FM Pay for themselves//7 savings/ S D Fertilizer, LLC [ ' Doing business as Superior Deshler '--'w Highway 8 East Superior, Neb. 68978 (402) 879-4749 ii ii i i VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Vestey Center Senior Meals Program is looking for VOLUNTEERS to help with our noon meal Responsibilities would include: preparing the dining room for the meal and help with clean up Approximately three hours a day and scheduling is flexible For more information, contact ]alonda Nuckolls County Senior Services 402-879-4691 hereby is, closed and vacated, without quail fication or condition, and that title to the right-of-way so vacated shall revert to the private dwnership of the owners of the adjacent real estate, one- half on each side thereof and the Nuckolls County Clerk is directed to file a certified copy of this resolution with the register of deeds of Nuckolls County, Neb., to be indexed against all affected lands. Passed and approved this 7th day of September. 2010. Nuckolls County Board of Com- missioners Danny K. Corman //Sig. Arnold Brown // Sis. ATTEST:(SEAL) Michael D. Combs // Sig. Jackie L. Kassebaum//Sig. NuckollsCounty Clerk The proposal for the security sound system fcr the Nuckolls County court- room was tabled until Sept. 13, 2010. No action was taken. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Corman to approve Op- tion I for the renewal insurance quote from Hunt Insurance Group LLC/ Willis for the 2010-2011 Catastrophic Inmate Medical Insurance. The quote is for $3.741 for the year. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Jim Man'. sheriff visited with the board regarding the flooding from the rain storm on Tuesday, Aug. 31,2010. The lobby of the Nuckolls County Sheriff's office received substantial flooding.Discussion was held regard- ing how to revert the runoff water from the courthouse parking lot. The following Claims were ap- proved: General Fund Afternooner's. meals ............... 15.67 Al's Har,iware & Refrigeration. supplies ............................... 13.44 Aramark Uniform Services. rugs and mats .................... 602.73 As Central Services. teletyi,e services ................ 461.00 Axis Capital. Inc.. Felber. Cody, mileage allowance .............. 30.00 Ferguson. Selma. retirement disbursement ..... 10.96 Garrison & Garrison, court appointed counsel ............. 431.00 Cermet Murray & Johnson. court appointed counsel .......... 1.662.27 Glenwood Telecomm. Inc.. office equipment ............... 227.27 Hansen. Dean N.. Atty, court appointed counsel ............. 142.50 Harrington. Karen. retirement disbursement ......................... 2.14 Hometown Leasing, office equipment ............... 595.56 Johnson Water Inc.. bottled water .. .................... 217.55 Johnson, Vicky, county share dist judge laptop ................. 70.00 Jones, Doris. prior service ....... 22.00 Klein. Deborah. contractual services ...... 1.650.00 Kovanda. Lisa. retirement disbursement ....... 3.57 KRFS. radio ads ..................... 100.00 Krueger's Office Machines. office equipment service... 120.00 Lynch. Brenda. retirement disbursement ..... 10.96 Mart, James. ret disburs-reimbursment .... 25.70 Maximus. Inc., professional fees ............ 2.537.50 McClure. Christopher, abandoned cemetery upkeep ............... 255.00 McGee. Darci. mileage allowance ............ 162.50 Microfilm Imaging Systems Inc,. data processing ................... 90.00 Mikkelsen. Jarod. retirement disbursement ......................... 1.78 Mips Inc.. data processing .. 1.998.7 I Mumm, Ashley, meals, mileage allowance ..................... ..... 213.31 Murray, Janice. meals, mileage allowance ............................ 31.73 Ne Dept of Health & Human Serv.. institutional costs ............... 93.00 Ne Law Enforce. Training Center. meeting ............................... 36.00 Nelson Food Center. janitorial supplies ................ 37.18 copier lease ....................... 148.00 Nelson Postmaster. Brodstone Memorial Hospital. yearly box rent .................. 424.00 medical - prisoners ........... 236,00 Business World Products. office supplies ................... 468.05 C & M Slpply - Nelson. fuel .... 112.98 Casey's General Stores. Inc.. t'uel ........................ 438.82 Cerveny, John, medical - prisoners ............. 91.56 City of Nelson. utilities ....... 2.749.31 City of Superior, co share-animal shelter licens ....................... 33.33 Clay County Sheriff. inmate lodging .................. 180.00 Clerk of Dist Court - Adams Co. mentz', health hearing ....... 492.50 Cooperative Producers Inc.. fuel ................................. 1.080.31 Corman. Danny Keith. mileage allowance ............ 121.20 Culbertson. Rollan. prior servrce ....................... 11.00 Dell Marketing, printer mad printer cartridges ........................ 1,114.05 Dept Cdn:ectioilal svcs; inmate Iodgifig. ................. 618.52 Eakes Office Plus. office supplies ..................... 21.36 Effenbeck. Julie, public defender .............. 1.800.00 Executive Copier. monthly copy fees ............. 114.71 Fangmmer. Crystal. mileage allowance .............. 55.50 Farmers Coop Assn. fuel ....... 48.40 Nuckolls County Locomotive-Gazette. subcription .......................... 26.00 Nuckolls Co Clerk of Dist Court. monthly filing fees ............ 241.00 Nuckolls County Court. monthly filing fees ............................ 96.00 Quality Inn & Suites. lodging.. 69.00 Quill Corp., office supplies _. 114.99 Ray's Auto Sales. vehicle service .................. 108.26 Reliable Office Supplies, office ,supplies ................... 218.66 Rogers, Susan, retirement disbursement ....... 1.43 Saline County Clerk. co share-dist court bailiff ................... 4.707.7 I Schoenholz. Phyllis. registration- mileage allowance ............. 66.50 Secretary of State Rules and Reg, cert copy of 177 NAC I ...... 20.00 Sourcegas, heating fuels ........ 116.43 Tillotson Enterprises Inc., spray tbam - sheriffs building .... 7,999.00 Tuttle, Charles, contractual services .......... 300.00 Turtle's Locksmith Service. service on vault .................. 65,00 Verizon Wireless, telephone services ................. 8.68 Village Pharmacy, medical - prisoners ........... 125.78 .Walt's Furniture, men's bathroom repair ........ . ....................... 971.00 Webber. Leigff, retirement disbursement ....... 0.25 Webber, Shirley, retirement disbursement .............................. 0.82 Webster County Clinic. medical - pnsoners ............................. 96.00 Webster County Sheriff, inmate lodging ............... 5,900.00 West Payment Center, book for law library ....................... . ...... 277.00 Wheeland, Mary, prior service-retiremnt disburs .... 25.96 Whitmore Lawn Service, courthouse lawn-aband cem ................. 1,650.00 Windstream. telephone services .......... 1.267.46 Road Fund Ace Irrigation & Mfg. Co., culverts ........................ 13.534.16 Ace Machine Shop & Sales. -grader blades .................. 2.018.00 Apac Kansas Inc.. gravel and rock ................. 675.13 Baum Hydraulics Company, parts and freight ................ 497.31 Bolte, Jim. cdl license reimbrs .... 12.50 C & M Supply, Inc.,. fuel and parts ............... I 1,454.90 City of Nelson. utilities .......... 549.02 Cornhusker Cleaning Systems Inc.. janitorial supplies .............. 132.54 Davenport Building Supply, lath for flags ...................... 100.00 Deweese Sand & Gravel Inc.. gravel and rock ............ 23.105.38 Eggers Motor Service & Sales. shop supplies .................... 147.34 Faimon. Paul. prior service ...... 18.00 Fairbanks Grand Island, parts ... 576.55 Farm Plan/Oregon Trail Equipment, equipment repair- shop supplies .................... 176.38 Franzen, Richard, cdl license reimbrs .............. 12.50 Garrett Tires & Treads. tires .. 506.85 Interstate Battery Systems, batteries ............................. 189.90 Judy, Dan. cdl license reimbrs .............. 12.50 ) Judy, George. wit r service ...... 19.00 Ka/dahl Farms. hauling rock ... 2.505.45 Ken & Al's ServiCe. fuel ..... 5.649.33 Kerford Limestone Company, gravel and rock ................. 686.53 Kohmetscher,Feed Service. Inc.. supplies ................................. 2.89 Lawrence Village, utilities ...... 27.00 Linweld. Inc.. welding supplies ... 81.59 Lyle Signs Inc., signs, posts: and freight ......................... 337.02 Mainelli. Mark. Aug ,:gnsulting tee ......... 1,000.00 Mikkelscn Farm & Lumber. shop supplies .................... 169.29 Standard Appraisal Service Inc.. Murphy Tractor. molLor grader- annraiser's fee '  --15,374.33 snow move equp ....... ... 183,784.00 retirement cJisburstmen ....... 2.68 " :"=i'(4 ....... :.Lk.: ................... 959.22 Superior Ace Hardware. Nebraska Peterbilt. parts .......... 34.82 janitorial supplies ............ 289.08 Nelson l=ood Center, Superior Publishing Co.. Inc.. janitorial supplies ................ 12.03 printing and publishing .. 2.346.75 Theobald Law Office. court appointed counsel .., 767.00 Thornberry, Doris, prior service., 17.00 Tietjen Automotive. vehicle service .................... 55.69 nic Kile Veterinary Cli Or. Oarrell Kilo 402-879-4060 Small and large animal services Grooming appointments House calls Co0ntrv calls After-hour emergencies Clinic Hours:. Monday-Fridaf 8 a.m.-Noon and 1-E p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m.-Noon T ' ........................... l.!J..J ............................. O JOHN OEERE 4.9% XUV625i Starting at $9,899 23-HW, 30 MPH 617 ccV-tWin EFI engine ' Double wishbone suspensron t6:4,cu, ft, cargo box XUV855D 5tatting at $11299 25:HW: 32 MPH 85t4 CC, 3-cyl. diesel engine D0ub wishbone sUspans on 76,4 cu. ft, cargo box D JOHN DE.ERE ...................... OREGON TRAIL EQUlR, L.L.C. 1890 IDAHO SUPERIOR, NE 68978 (402) 879-3276 ...... ' ,.'11t,  i O fle* avalahte 7/13/1[I - I(l/TP/lO no all new 2111 XUV models Su[ en[ [o aeDFOVed OFedt On John Oeere Credit  evolvlnc Plan. 3 sm vce ol f PC hnonc ]l f.sdY FOl oonsumel aed commefcla( rise No down navmenr  /eft ,q% AP is {o 60 mon nlv. I)he; soeell tleo a i,ires rosy o avol,'le. mclultmg mstaOment [in3ocle AvoilatOe at paltrslpotlOg dealnrs Piices am] m0tlets mov valv ey dealeo *Engine hnlsepowm s DrOVlOeO eY eolne manutaetusel for compallson purposes Actu; 3pelalln nolsepowe$ may oe oss Fol yew salety, always weal a nmmet ono eye proteclron when Ollvm aggressively. On Iough re, am ol t speeds g etel thon 35 mbh. John Deele's Green and yeLLow color scheme, the eaolos deer symbol aod JOHN OEERE are trademalks ol Oee[e & ['omoaov, AB3B BU 1AI46345-00331440 Thursday, September 16, 2010 NMC Exchange LLC. parts & freight ................ 2,975.99 Nuckolls County Locomotive-Gazette, notices for paper ................. 28.00 Petro-Plus, Inc., tires- t,re repair .............. 1,168:60 Quill Corp., office supplies ... 118.03 Sourcegas, heating fuels .......... 37.40 South Central Public Power, electricity ............................ 54.37 Superior Ace Hardware, parts .................................... 75.78 Superior Implement, Inc., parts ................................. 196.46 Superior Motor Parts, Inc, parts .................................. 296.57 Superior Publishing Co., Inc., printing and publishing ....... 35.00 Thermo King C hristensen. fittings ................................ 28.35 Wilson, Tom. prior service ..... 25.00 Windstream. telephone ,services ............. 170.13 Emergency Manager Fund C & M Supply - Nelson, fuel .................................... 275.90 Superior Motor Parts. parts ...... 42.04 Superior Publishing Co., Inc., printing and publishing ....... 75.00 US Bank, meals ......................... 6.91 Verizon Wireless. telephone services ............... 57.36 Windstream. telephone services ............... 72.53 Relief-Medical Fund Family Resource Center. public assistance-final session ....... 80.00 Rohan. C mnie. public assistance ............... 620.00 Stierwalt. Tim. public assistance ............... 100.00. Inheritance Tax Midland Area Agency on Aging, Inca] match transportation .... 330.67 USDA. APHIS. Wildlife Services salary-benefits ................ 1.873.75 Noxious Weed Fund Al's Hardware & Refrigeration, safety supplies .................... 129 911 Emergency Fund Pierce Electronics. radio repair'. ....................... 490.00 South Central Public Power. electricity ......................... 303.57 Superior Publishing Co.. Inc.. supplies ............................... 76.95 Windstream telephone services ............. 960.87 There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 11:35 a.m. until Sept 13.2010, Danny K. Corman. chairman By: Jackie L. Kassebaum 'County Clerk 37- I c (Published Thursday. Sept. 16 in Tire Superior Eapress) Nuckolls County School District 65-0011 Superior Public Schools Superior Nebraska September 13, 2010 A special hearing of'the Board ot' Education of School District 65-0011 was called to order at 7:30 p.m. in the Superior High School library by Vice President Ostdiek. Notice ofthc meet- ing was,given in advance through the:  Superior Express. Board members were notified m advance el the meet- int. Members present: Kiln. Miller. WEBSTER COUNTY LAND AUCTION For saleby sealed bid: 200 plus or minus acres of pasture and dryland farm ground south of Guide Rock, Neb, LEGAL DESCRIPTION: S 1/2 SE 1/4 and S 1/2 SW 1/4 and HE 1/4 SE 1/4 33-1-9, allin Webster County Neb: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: The prooerty is located four miles south of Guide Rock, Neb, on Highway 78 on the west side with excellent hunting, LEWIS R. HUNTER, OWNER Sealed bids will be accepted for this tract of land until Sept. 22 at 5 p.m. The top three bidders will be invited to a private auction on Sept. 29. Please submit bids to Downing and Alexander Law Offices, 355 Commercial Street, Superior, Neb. For more information, please call Randy, 402-879-3294 or Double E Land Brokers, LLC - Matt Alexander 308-728-7735, 308-750-9434 34-4c iii i ii - 00.ongratulations - THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5A Ostdiek, Renz. Absent: Corman, Tordrup. Motion Iy Miller to excuse board members Sherman and Tordrup. Sec- ond by Kile. Roll call: Kile-aye. Miller-aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye-- 4-0-0--motion carried. Purpose of the special hearing was for hearing support, position, criticism. suggestions or observations of taxpay- ers relating to the 2010-2011 budget.. -. The total budget of all funds is . $17.428.541. Tax asking for the gen- eral fund is $2,668,549; special build- ing fund is $50.505: qualified capital purpose undertaking is $80,800; bond fundis $429.293. Superintendent Isom explained to the board about the in- crease in valuation in the district. The increase puts more of a burden on the local taxpayers and decreases the amount of state-aid a school receives. Vice President Ostdiek closed the meeting at 7:42 p.m. A special hearing of the Board of Education of School District 65-0011 was called to order at 7:43 p.m. in the Superic, r High School library by Vice President Ostdiek. Notice of the meet- ing was gtven m advance through the Superior Express. Board members were notified in advance of the meet- rag. Motion by Renz to excuse board members Corman and Tordrup. sei:- ;2 end by Kile. Roll call: Kile-aye, Miller-aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye-- 4-0-0--motion carried. Purpose of the special hearing was for hearing support, position, criticism. suggestions or observations of taxpay- ers relating to the final tax request for the 2010-201 I school year. The valu- ations of the school district increased 9.96 percent from the prevmus year. Individual counties increase: Thayer- 9.1 percent; Webster-0,6 percent: Nuckolls-13.36 percent. The tax re- quest .for the year: General fund is $2,668.550: spccml building fired is $50.505: qualified capital purpose un- dertaking is $80.800: bond fund is i $429.293. Vice President Ostdiek closed [ meeting at 7:49 p.m. 37,, The desk is a dangcrous place fr  which to watch the workl. ; Gary Thompson Agency, Inc. 401 N Central Ave. Superior, NE 68978 Phone: (402] 879-3913 E-mall: mhawley@gtai.biz Allied Insurance Lane Hawley was recently presented the Superior Person Award from the Superior Chamber of Commeme Ambassadors for his work with local Boy Scouts. He was presented the award by Larry Brittenham, representing the Ambassadors. Pictured are (back row, from left) Spencer Watson, Zach Dressman, Andrew Brittenham and Austin Nondorf; (front, from left) Darrel Headrick, Lane Hawley, Larry Brittenham Brian Simonsen, Trent Morris and Jacob Hawley. PRICE 750 N. Commercial Superior, Neb. 402-879-3900