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8 IHE SUPERIOR EXPRESS ubhc Notices , Pubtished October 21, 2010, ; in The Superior Express) City of Superior, Neb,, Ordinance 1126 :,,n ordinance to amend Section 2(L08 of the City of Superior. Ne- braska, Code of Ordinances: to pro- yide for the repeal of conflicting ordi- nances or sections; to provide for the effective date thereof: and to order the publication of the ordinance in pam- phlet form. Run Springer, mayor Attest Jan Diehl. city clerk 42-1c (Published October. 14, 2010. v in Tile Superior ExpressJ " In the County Court of Nuckolls County. Nebraska. Estate of Everett R. Barfknecht Estate No. PR09-18 - Notice of Final Account and Settlement Notice is hereby given that a final account and report of administration and a petitmn for complete settlement fiave been filed and are set for hearing i the County Court of Nuckolls 6ounty. Nebraska. located at Nuckolls County Court. Nelson. Nebraska 68961. ou November 9. 2010. at or after 9:30 o&apos;clock a.m. Ronahl J. Thomsen: Co-Petitioner 2111 W. Vartikian Ave. Fresno. CA 93711 559- 696-7171 Nell L. Thomsen, Co-Petitioner -' 3127Hwy136 :, Superior. NE 68978 402- 879-1848 Randall :\\;lexander. Bar ID 15337 *Downing. Alexander and Wood 355 N. Cnmmercial P.O. Bo: 185 Superior. Nebraska 68978 1402) 879-4751 4 I-3c rPubtished Thursday. Oct. 21 in. "" 77m Stqerior Express -. NuckoUs County School District ". 65-0011 Superior Public Schools ' Superior. Nebraska "" October 11. 2010 :: A regular meeting of the Board of Education of School District 65-0011 @as called to order at 7:30 p.m in the Superior High School library by Presi- dent Corman. Notice of the meeting qyas given in advance through the Su- t{0erior Express Board members were :.notified in advance of the meeting. Members present: Corman. Kile. :Miller. Ostdiek. Renz. Tordrup. " Absent: None. '. Visitors: Rita Blauvelt. Pauline ';Harms. Laurie Corman, Gary Allen, ;,Doug Hoins. Bob Cook. Charles Isom. ,' Motion by Tordrup to approve :agenda as presented. Second by Renz. "Roll call: Kile-ave. Miller-aye, ;Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye, Tordrup-aye ,Corman-aye--6-0-0--Motion carried. : The board visited the classroom of ;Mrs. Laurie Corman from 7:35-8 p.m. tMrst Corman gave the board a presen- -'tation on the interactive white board -t'hat @as installed into her room. Mrs. Thursday, October 21,2010 Corman discussed the many ways it helps kids engage in learning. The board received an update from BD Construction and their representa- tive Gary Allen. The steel work con- tract was awarded to BD Construction and they are hashing out the details with the bonding agent. If things progress, we are looking at occupying the building the 1 st of August. Motion by Corman to approve the consent agenda as presented. Second by Tordrup. Roll call: Miller-aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye, Tordrup-aye, Corman-aye, Kile-aye--6-0-0--Mo- tion carried. Motion by Renz to approve the Sep- tember claims in the amount of $371,977.29. Second by Ostdiek. Roll call: Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye, Tordrup- aye, Corman-aye, Kile-aye, Miller- aye--6-0-0--Motion carried. Discussion was held on Policy 5127.00Graduation Requirements. With some changes at the state level. the district needs to change some re- quired classes. Presently we require two math-three science or three math- two science classes. The change will take it to three classes of each. While we are working on it, there is some clean-up of the policy that needs to take place. A general discussion on the budget was bad. The economic situation has everyone in a strangle hold at the state level. We received $238.000 in stabi- lization funds that will not be avail- able. Also. with the increase in valua- tion. state aid naturally decreases so more of the burden falls locally. Elementary Principal Mr. Hoins re- ported on parent-teacher conferences. fire safety week and school law update conference he attended. Secondary Principal Mr. Cook re- pored (m the students of the month for September. parent-teacher confer- ences. South Heartland Table Top Ex- ercise a group will be attending and the upcoming events. Superintendent Isom reported on vacation-sick days, He also informed the board on the NREA convention he will be attending and grant writing conference ile is regigtered for in No- vember: NASB Conference is No- vember 18 and 19. The board was given an update on the Wind Energy for Schools Program and the Safe Routes to School Program. The board was inlbrmed of the district's need to look for a new bus. Inlbrmation was shared on updating some equipment in the kitchen The ncxt board meeting is sched- uled for Monday, November 8.2010 at 7:30 p.m. at the library at the junior- senior high school. Charles Isom Board Clerk Payable To, Amount: A-l. 25.00: Academic Hallmarks. 37.00: Amazon. 219.53: Apple. 209.60: Ask Supply, 95.00: David Barnard. 124.50: Betka Plumbing. 75.83: COm- puter Solutions. 6.993.56: Janet Cook 86.98: Cooperative Producers. 16.02; Country Comer. 249.29; Department of MuterVehicles. 36.00: ElectrOdiC Systems. 142.00: ESU #9:1.055.01 : 201 1 Desk Clendars have arrived and are in stock S495Get yours todayl Superior IF_,xpre_,ss 148 East Third Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 :! COLLEGE OF HAIR DESIGN Executive Copier Systems, 550.24: Good Samaritan Society, 50.00; Highsmith. 109.64; Lorrie Hofstetter, 435.00; Douglas L. Hoins, 15.93; 1 4 Detail, 30.00; Ideal Distributors. 49.46; Ideal Market, 186.29; Innovations As- sociates. 130,00; J.W. Pepper & Son, 154.99; LEA Account, 220.00; Linweld. 71.55. Main Street Clinic, 82.00; McGraw- Hill, 3,555.71 ; MCI, 88.45: Mikkelsen Farm and Lumber, 7.29; Moore Mu- sic, 150.00: Nasco, 48.04; Nebraska Safety Center Pupil Transportation, 250.00; Nebraska Scientific, 133.40; NRCSA. 700.00; Omaha Truck Cen, ter, 126.46; Omaha World-Herald. 284.23; Pamida, 32.45: Pawnee Indian Museum. 57.00; Petro Plus 5,581.72; Scholastic Magazines, 158.20; Marcia Schultz,. 23.18; Scott TV & Appliance, 1.739.36; Superior Ace Hardware, 177.17; Superior Activity Account, 160.00; Superior Motor Parts, 356.12; Superior Outdoor Power Center, 35.71; Superior Publishing, 617.01; Superior Utilities. 8,916.79,; Superior Water Conditioning, 65.00; Diana Swanson, 9.88: Bobette Toalson. 435.00; Trane, 361.40; University of Nebraska-Lin- coln. 143.50; U.S. Bank, 279.65; Verizon Wireless, 356.87; Windstream Nebraska. 149,81; payroll and ben- efits. 335.527.47. Total: 371.977.29. 42-1 c Vote Adrian Smith Hard work. Common Sense Leadership & Inte!lrny h fifth generation Nebraskan from North Platte, SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN GALE provides solid conservative leadership at the Capitol. As a former businessman, JOHN GALE will continue to cut red tape and use our tax dollars wisely. JOHN GALE has used technology to modernize our elections and provide 24/7 access for business and taxpayer services. : I: Gqe :. ".:,jv] ,:>;e. @] c L i, ate ,..tr,=l' ,iI,< ",,,ith/at>,. NE! ..,' 1 .. The board reconvened at Co-Chairman as submitted. The bOard received 2010 minutes Commissioner Kassebaum meeting garding allowing the Wehrman, With the board to board report The followin monthly ted: district dated Oct. 30,2010 for r; Nov, 7, 2010 for a all .' was the report A in the amount t / [ for the box culvert Con- fuel ................................. 1,229.97 Culbertsom Rollan, ....... 11.00 0.99 r ..... ......... !,800.00 Hometown .......... . ..... 227.27 .. 3,741.00 ;00 ', ....... 22.00 ,650.00 abandoned and ........ ....:255.00 Motion caied. :,Darci, on with th, (Published October 21, 2010, in The Superior Express) Public Notice of Meeting Lodging Tax County Visitors Com- mittee Meeting This is a formal nod ce that a regular in the Heritage 'stems Inc.; total amount of'. meeting of the Lodging Tax County Submitted to the county board was five percent bond. Present for the bid Ne Dept of Health & Human Services, institutional costs ................ 93.00 Visitors Committee will be held on afinalrenortfromNirmaregardingthe letting is Gary Warren, highway su- . ...... , " , - . . llelson r'ooa tenter, Oct. 26, z,010, at 2 at the Victorian Inn nrooertv value uodate for the Nuckolls penntendem; Cindy Buescher, execu- . ........... ....... annortat su nes Jv i,, located at 1540 Idaho, Superior, Neb. County owned buildings and contents, five Secretary for the road department;., j .... . pp "'"': ..... "" -te Atwbich,.neapp,icationsformoneys The reappraisal of this property was MarkMalne.iofMain0.iWagnerAs- d00700is%veaz0000 from this fund Will be considered. Any performed by Hirons & AsSociates, sociateS; Marlow Wall representing .. r,, )-. .,v .... eo... " - grou. p wishin ..... to apply for financial Inc which was reauested. bv:, Nirma. Van Kirk. Bros. Contractin ., g ....... 1%; .... _ P, lUCKOIIS .... LSO ..L;lerK,r 131St t.. urt, assistance within the guidelines pro- The report is effective Aug. 31; 2010. si0n was held. The board determined ,, mon!h fillngfees. ............. 65.00 videdbytheNebraskaVisitorsDevel- , You mty wquest to view this report at to table:the decision until the next ruc,osountyour.t, 10700 opment Act in promoting tourism the county clerk's office, meeting which is Oct 18 2010 , '"";."' ...... ,L" : ............ within Nuckolls County should obtain Gary Warren highwaysuperinten-. A motion was made by Brown and t, mcKons Lounty treasurer, an application form from any commit- tee member or at courthouse and send their request before to: County Visi- tors Committee % LaVetaBlecha. 1105 N. Dakota. Superior, NE 68978 County Visitors Committee Dick Kohmetcher, LaVeta Blecha. Chervl Jensen, Tim Blecha 42-1c Verizon Wireless. telephone services ................. 2.76 Wheeland, Mary, prior service .... 15.00 Whitmore Lawn Service courthouse lawnmaintenan ..... 11...2..... 750,00 Windstream. telephone services. 1,290.33 Road Fund Ace Irrigation & Mfg. Co., supplies ............................. 242.09 Al's Hdware & Refrigeration, supplies ............................... 25.36 Apac Kansas Inc., gravel and rock .............. 4,620.51 M Supply. Inc., fuel and parts ........ . ...... 18,73I .69 City of Nelson, utilities .......... 568.38 Cooperative Producers Inc., parts .................................. 364.50 Cot:nhusker Cleaning Systems Inc., office equipment ............... 890.00 Deweese Sand & Gravel Inc:., gravel and rock ............ 14,647.08 Eggers Motor Service & Sales, parts ............................... 1,244.30 Faimon, Paul, prior service ...... 18.00 Farm Plan-Oregon Trail Equipment, ...................  ........ 38.06 Michelle, contractual services ............ 90.00 Garrett Tires & Treads. tire paste .............................. 12.95 Geospatial Experts, equipment.. 1,760.00 Interstate Battery Systems, batteries ............................. 265,90 fPrinted Thumday. Oct. 21 in The Superior Express) Proceedings of The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners October 4, 2010 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met Oct. 4.2010 in the board meeting room at the courthouse. Nelson. Nob.. per recess of Sept. 27. 2010 Brown and Combs present for the meeting. Corman arrived at 9:05 a.m. The agenda of said meeting was remitted to board members in advance of the meeting and was posted in the county clerk's office and on the county website. Brown announced the 'Open Meetings Act Law.' as posted in the commlssmners 6oa/'d meeting, room and handouts are available. Association Magazine. One page ad data processing . ............... 90.00 Joe Theer Welding & Repair, would cost $850,00, 1/2 pag e ad will bid opened was from Van Kirk Bros. Mips Inc data processing .. 1.970.94 welding repair-dirt scraper .. 365100 cost $550.00. This publication would Contracting of Suttom Neb., in the - "' - - Judy; George, prior service ...... 19.00 also do a four page feature story, on amount of $121 316.61 for the box Murray, Janice, Nuckolls County atn0'cost. The deci- culvert c6fitructirri and' $25,140.00 .... mileage allowance ............ 246.44 Kaldahl Farms. hauling rock ... 2.216.20 National Assoc of Counties, Ken & A1 s Ser tee. sion wastabled until next meeting on forthe roadway items, foratotalamount membership dues 2011 ..... 400.00 tires and fuel ................ 13.421.03 October 18. 2010. of $146,456.61. All three firms have a Lawrence Village. utilities...:... 29.00 dent and Cindy Buescher. executive secondedbyCombstoauthorizeChair- secretary and also Mark Mainelli of man Corman to sign the inmate media Mainelli Wagner Assoc: met with the cal ben.efit plan document, effective board. Warren reoorted on the current Oct. 1. 2010.,:Corman. Brown and activities of the county road depart- Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. ment Warren noted that he has a Motion carried. motorgrader and a mower out on toe Chairman Corman recessed the county roads this week'. It was dis- meeting at 11:30 a.m. to go into the cussed when to cease hauling gravel to board of equalization. the county roads for the year. It was Chairman Corman reconvened the decided that Oct. 18, 2010 will at ! 1:36 a.m. t0 approve the Pottawattamie County Sheriff's Office, summons-complaint CI 10 65 .............................. 21.00 Quality Inn & Suites, lodging ... 765.00 Quill Corp., office supplies ... 328.97 Rasmussen Mechanical Services, Inc., installation- controls on fan coils .................. 14,306.25 Ray's Auto Sales, date to stop hauling gravel, t motorgrader is in the shop being re- vehicle service ................... 54.44 Rogers. Susan, paired. Various projects for the road department this veek is:working on a "'! sunnlies  88 mileage allowance ..: ......... 198.32 . , vv " ' I" new tube m Nora Precinct, and St. Aramark Uniform orvi, Schoenhoiz, Phyl is, Stephens Precinct, worked ona wash- rugs attd matsi.S....S.".... 200. 1 mileage allowance .......... ..L 40.00 out in.Bostwick Precinct and finished As Central Services, Sourcegas, heating fuels ........ 162.07 a low water crossing in Beaver Pre- teletype services ................ 461.00 Stanard AppraiSal Service. Inc.. cinct. Warren gave an update on the appraiser's fee ..: ..... . ..... 13,379.33 ARRA Stimulus Project BRO 7065(21 ). Excavation has started. Mainelli discussed the bridge in- spection agreement that the Nebraska Department of Roads is requesting the county to sign. There have been con- cerns regarding the wordage used: The board requested.to,have the 'cOunty attorney review. N0 ddiSi0a wasnade" at this time. This issue will be heard again at the Oct. 18, 2010 meeting. Mainelli discussed other issues and concerns regarding road and projects Lawson Prnducts. Inc., supplies. 238.93 Linweld. Inc.. welding supplies. 107.07 Lyle Signs Inc.. signs, freight ... 200.14 Mainelli. Mark. consulting lees Sept '. ...... 1.000.00 Major Oil Sales Inc.. janitorial supplies ............. 265.00 ledical Enterprises. Inc., drug & alcohol tests ........... 64.80 Mikkelsen Farm & Lumber. postage ................................ 55.14 supplies ........................... 195.25 Pamida, janitorial supplies ....... 62.73 Murphy Tractor& Equip-Power Pn , Pierce Electronics. battery ....... 42.00 parts ..................... :.. ....... &oo-.,.tw Nelson Food Center. janitorial supplies ................. 2.99 NMC Exchange LLC, parts and freight ............... 81 !.67 Petro-Plus. Inc.. parts ............. 404.65 Pierce Electronics, supplies-freight ............... .... 94.08 Quality Red D Mix Company, concrete .......................... 1,740.00 Sourcegas, laeating fuels ........... 41.44 South Central Public Power. electricity ................. :...: ..... 55.54 Superior Ace Hardware, welding supplies ............................... 60:95 Superior Family Medical Center. drug and alcohol tests ......... 91.00 through out the state, Combs, Michael,. UNL 4-H Youth Development; Superior Estates Winery has ap- mileage allowance 74 74 office supplies  tags ........... 30.00 plied for three special designated li- C0operatve 0ducers'/nc'i ...... USPS- Hasler, postage ....... 2.000.00 err 0 BCD EST 1984  Comprehensive Family Dentistry including Cos etic, -"=" "-,-  Implant, Root Canal, Crowns and Bridges, Dentures,  Invisalign Premier Provider First in Nebraska to Offer: Intra-Oral Cameras Dental Lasers -- Cavity Detection Lasers Virtual Vision Digital X-Rays Licensed Parental sedation, ....... Nitrous Oxide and Oral Sedtion CALL 402-225'2828 An Independent Voice The *Cornhusker Choice IvY 00J0000desx CSS Protect Farm Freedom Preserve Social Security Cap college tuition Pro-Life, Endorsed b'Bob Kerrey; friend of Doro Bush Koch i lid I t N III I| a- During 2004 -2009 Rep. Fortenberry, who is from Louisiana, Voted for wild, out*of-control gov&n- ment pending. In 2009-[0, he suddenly became a Deficit Hawk .. then voted against Wall Street & student loan reform that's saving taxpayers billions. He voted against $1.7 billion to rebuild Nebraska's traiasportation & energy infrastructure & help rural schools thrive. "The Fort" has failed Nebraska. Superior Implement, Inc. parts 86.31 AXcogi_ei)iease.C.,i Can tn/ln 148 00 Stichka, Jean, meals; mileage, Superior Motor Parts, Inc., parts .. 668.03 P ............... ........ " ' dues reimburse .................. 252.18 Superior Outdoor Power Center, Inc/, Brb1talMim!ealt HosPital" 1800 Superior Ace Hardware, welding supplies ................. 34.28 B in ss ...... ;:; .......... janitorial supplies ................ 92.70 Thermo KingChnstensen, us e worm r'r0aucts, , d.;z,..4;..,;,.. - fittings 42 54 office supplies ,.. : . 402 91 o,,e,--,V- -,,,,,:,=,,-,, ,... r.Z n ar2 ............................. Ca e 's" , -_ .'" "" " spray lk-M vehicle ................ 1.3.oo VYdllt.7. , if', S y Jeneral ;tores lnc , rsement 6 73 fuei ..... : i7nn Superi0r Fire Extinguisher Co., fire postage reimbu . . ........ ,. CE 'ri'{!ai'zi "',iW: '  ,'?' ":extinguisher year inspection ,56,00. Wi!s0o;.Tq.m, PO r se.rv', ce'.:.':' 25: ,,,,. e:;,,',.' ..... ., Theobald Law Office, court Wmdstream, telephone - ' 3u elcent souna s s- .......... .r , , , ,  . $, P Y ,,,,-,,,;,,,a ........ 1 ! 058 O0 internet service ............. : .... 183.61 ,,,, courtr  om .... 7:;::: ........... ,u.zu Thornberry, Doris, prior service. 17.00 . Emergency Manager Fund v.ny oa'elson, ut||mes ........ z,/3.3 Tuttle, Charles, C & M Supply - Nelson. fuel and Clerk of Dist Court - Adams:County, mentai health hearing ....... 899.50 contractual services .......... 350.00 service ............................. 332.85 Adrian Smith has the conservative record you can trust. Opposed the $860 billion "stimulus" Voted NO to Wall Street bailouts Supports repealing and replacing Obamacare with reforms that lower costs Hospital DentiStry COMFORT CONSCIOUS DENTISTRY STATE OF THEART CUNIC On Facebook.com Nelson Dental Clinic 270. South .Main Nelson, NE Appointments are available Monday through Friday RECREATIONAL ,, LEASES Hunting and recreational Includes rivers, lakes, md timbered cover. Leases for5 or moreyears. www. elf, nebraska, v Call 4021471-2014. Paid for by Adi'ian Smith for Congress i ........................................... i Verizon Wireless. telephone services ............... 61.22 Wehrman. Von. meal reimbursement .......... 14.70 Windstream. telephone services .. 70.43 Relief-Medical Fund SI;enson, David, public assistance ............... 630.00 Stierwalt. Tim, public assistance ............... 10000 Inheritance Tax Region III Behavioral Health Services. 2nd qtr 2010-2011 support .. 2.315A2 USDA, APHIS, Wildlife Services. salad-benefits ................ 1.911.25 911 Emergency Fund South Central Public Power. electricity .......... : ............... 294.2 I Windstream, telepb_one services..:::. ........ 960.87 There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 12:06 p.m. until Oct. 18, 2010. Danm, K. Corman, chairman By: Jackie L. Kassebaum County Clerk 42-1 c What kind or is Dave H00.meman. Find out 'the facts at www.deficitdave.com GOVERNOR ELECT IANET STE00V00T Secretary of State BECAUSE IT'S TIME... It's time to end oartisan imbalance in our statewide offices and Congressional seats- better for Nebraska and our Democracy. It's time for a new perspective in Nebraska government- anew voice to serve as our next Secretary of State. i #'s time to encourage more Nebraskans trgpartiCipate in the political process- ister, vote and run for elected office. www.janetstewart2010.com Stewart for Secretary of State 509 West Military Ave..- Fremont. NE 68025