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Public Notices i (First published Nov. 11, 2010, in The Superior Express) In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska Mildred Heitmann, a/k/a Mildred Heitman, deceased Estate No. PR-10-7 Notice Notice is hereby given that a waiver of final account and report of adminis- tration and a petition for complete settlement, probate of will and deter- mination of heirs have been filed and are set for hearing in theCounty Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located at Nuekolls County Court, Nelson, Nebraska 68961, on Dec, 14, 2010, at or after 9:30 o'clock a.m. Kenneth Heitman, personal repre- sentative 2775 Diamond Road Webber, Kansas 66970 (402) 879-5653 Randall Alexander (Bar ID #15337) Downing, Alexander and Wood 355 N. Commercial, P.O. Box 185 Superior, Nebraska 68978 (402) 879-4751 45-3c (First published Nov. 11, 2010, m The Superior Express) Notice of Organization Notice is hereby given of the orga- nization of a limited liability company which will bear the name of Superior Exterminating, LLC with its registered office at 1339 Montana Street, Supe- rior, Nebraska, 68978. The general nature of the business is to engage in any and and all lawful business for which a limited liability company may be organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska, The business of the company commenced upon filing of the Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State November 3, 2010, and its duration is perpetual. The lim- ited liability company shall be man- aged by its members. Jeff Hutchinson Registered Agent Wayne L. Garrison- 11443 Garrison & Garrison 155 S. Main Nelson, Nebraska 68961 (402) 225-2341 45-3c (Published Nov. 25, 2010 in The Superior Express) Superior Economic Development Corporation Directors met Oct, 28, 2010. Meeting was called to order by Schnakenberg at 21:20 p.m. Moved by Isom and seconded by Wyatt to accept the minutes of the Oct. 13th meeting as submitted, motion passed Moved by Tinkham and seconded by Keelan to pay the bills as presented. totalling $516.66 for office expenses. Motion passed. Presentation was made by Alex Alveraz of Argent on website design. It was reported permission was granted by the city council for Larry Brittenham Finance committee brought a loan application to the board for approval for New Horizon Healthy Living• Moved by Henderson and seconded by McGowan to approve the loan. Motion passed• Moved by Isom and seconded by McGowan to approve the semi-annual report and send to the advisory com- mittee for presentation to the city coun- cil. Motion passed• Next meeting was scheduled for Nov• 10 at the Elks at noon. Moved by Tinkham and seconded by Isom to adjourn. Motion passed Meeting adjourned by Schnaken- berg at 1:07 p.m. 47-1c (First published Nov. 18, 2010, in The Superior Express) In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska Estate of Lila Uyvonne Knehans, deceased Estate No. PR!0-30 NOTICE of APPOINTMENT Notice is hereby given that on No- vember 2, 2010, in theCounty Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, the regis- trar issued a written statement of infor- mal probate of the will of said decedent and that Roger Paul Knehans whose address is 12488 342nd St. Strawberry Point, Iowa 52076, was informally ap- pointed by the registrar as personal representative of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this court on or before January 19,2011, or be forever barred. Diana Wehrman 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, Nebraska 68978 (402) 879-475 ! 46-3c (First published Nov. 25, 2010, in The Superior Express) In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska Estate of Paul L. Leslie, deceased Estate No. PR 10-11 Notice Notice is hereby given that a waiver of final account and report of adminis- tration and a petition for complete settlement, probate of will and deter- mination of heirs have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located at Nuckolls County Courthouse. Nelson, Neb. 68961, on Dec. 14, 2010, at or after 9:,5 o'clock a.m. Lois M. Leslie, PersonalRepresentative 840 N. Kansas St. Superior, Neb. 68978 (402) 879-3027 Randall Alexander (Bar ID #15337) Downing, Alexander and Wood 355 N. Commercial P. O. Box 185 .... toattend the Nebraska Wind Confer-"- Superior, Neb• 68978 ence at Kearney. The corporation has (402) 879-4751 47-3C two slots preregistered. Kile Veterinary Clinic Or. Darrell Kile 402-879-4060 Small and large animal services • Grooming appointments House calls • Country calls ° After-hour emergenc es Clinic Hours: Monday-Friday:8 a.m.-Noon and 1-5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m.-Noon Grand Island & Hastings :::::: Deborah Nelson, APRN, AOCNP Ryen Remoekers, MD 2nd Street and Marian Road Thursday, November 25, 2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A Objections must be received b closing costs on Arnold Brown /Sig/ department by 5 p.m. on Jan, !0, 2011. )72 20. Motion Discussion was held on the funds Date of Notice Nov, 25, 2010• .... being held at Meritain Health for pay- , 47-3c " i ' • " g insuranc claims ortheCounty The next meetmg is Dec 8, 2010, m the e f (First Published Nov, 18. 2010 in Elks Lodge at noon. Employee Insurance Plan. The Superior Express) MovedbyMeGowanandseconded GOT'Warren hihwa"su - rinten • . Y ,  Y  - by Henderson to adjourn Motion ,tnt and Oinclv Rnaqc'hor exaontivP Notice of Informal Probate ............  .................... passed Meetmg adjourned by Blum at and Notice to Creditors . :, i i " i secretary, met with the board to give an Estate of William G. Kenley, de- 1 p.m. • 47- lc update on the current activities of the ceased: "Publis; "Nov 25 201" ' The • countyroaddepartment Warrennoted [ nea . , u m .... " ..... Case No. PR 10-32 Superior Express') mere. are motorgrauers out graamg me Notice is hereby given that on Nov. Proceedin-s of the mare county roads. They will be done 16. 2010, in the county court ofNuck- Nuckoils gCounty mowing the grader ditches this week. oils County, Nebraska, the registrar Board of Cohamissioners The road department will begin in- stalhng the driveway pipes also ths issued a written statement of in{ormal The iiuckolls County Board of .... probate of the will of said deceased, Commissioners met Nov. 15, 2010, in week. -and that Sharon L. Kenley, whose ad- the board meeting room at the Court- Warren noted the right-of-way was dress is 4327 Road Z, Edgar, Neb. house, Nelson,Neb, perrecessofNov, approvedbytheNebraskaDepartment 68935, has been appointed personal 8, 2010. Carman, Brown and Combs of Roads on the Stimulus Project BRO representative of this estate. Creditors present for the meeting. The agenda of 7065(21) located between Sections 17 of this estate must file their claims with said meeting was remitted to board & 20, T3N-R5W (Elk Precinct). Also this court on or before Jan. 19,2011,or members in advance of the meeting CountyProjectC006502025OakSW located on Road 4400 & Road R, the be forever barred, and was posted in the County Clerk's SW Comer of Section 17, T3N-R5W DianeWehrman office and on the county website. Clerk of the County Court Carman reported the Open Meetings (Elk Precinct) will have the box cul- Seal • vert constructed by M.E. Collins Con- Act Law was posted in the commls- P.O. Box 372 sioners board meeting room and hand- struction done by Thursday and the Nelson. Neb. 68961 outs were available• county will then begin the grading (dirt) (402) 225-2371 The board reconVened at 9 am. work. Dean H. Hansen #11690 Chairman Corman approved the agenda Warren discussed with the board Attorney for PeTs. Rep. and the Nov. 8, 2010 minutes as sub- the projectforthe sheriff and jail build- P.O. Box 401 mitted, ing to stop the rainwater runoff from Edgar, Neb. 68935-0401 The following correspondence was the courthouse parking lot. Discussion (402) 224-8105 46-3c submitted to the Board in advance of centered on the best procedure to di- the meeting: Heritage Highway, By- vert the Water. r Published Nov. 25, 2010dn way 136 Association Agenda for Nov. It was reported Gary and Cindy will both be gone on Thursday and Friday. The Superior Express) 15, 2010, and the minutes from Oct. Discussion was held regarding the Superior Economic Development 18,2010• decision to have the 1994 CAT Corporation directors met Nov. 10, County Attorney Schmidt met 2010. Meeting was called to order by briefly with the Board to let them know Motorgrader overhauled, The engine Blum at 12:23 p.m. at the Elks Lodge. the revised agreement between Nuck- Nebraska Open Meetings law observed oils County and the Nebraska Depart- with the agenda posted at the chamber ment of Roads will be arriving soon• office. He said the changes: are acceptable. It was moved by Keelan and sec- Vicki Ensign, county treasurer, met ended be Schnakenberg to accept the with the Board to present a pledged minutes of the Oct. 28 meeting as car- security for approval. Motion made by rected, Mgtion paSged. Brown and seconded by C0rman to Movei:b3 , Wyait and seconded by ,'hppmv6 the pledged security for the McGowan to accept the treasurer s re- cotinty treasurer s office. Carman, (First published Nov. 25, 2010 port as submitted. Motion passed. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 in The Superior Express) Moved by Keelan and seconded by voted nay. Motion carried. STATE OF NEBRASKA Henderson to pay the bills as submit- Nuckolls County Board of Cam- DEPARTMENT OF ted: CEC contribution of $825.00 and missioners Resolution: Approval of NATURAL RESOURCES office expenses to the chamber of exchanges, releases or new pledged NOTICE OF APPLICATION $279.29• Motion passed securities to protect deposits in excess A-18726 MovedbyMcGowanandseconded of F.D.LC. Bank: Farmers & Mer- Nuckolls County Water Division I-C by Henderson to proceed with Argent chants Bank. Pledges Being Released: On Nov, 15, 2010, Daniel L. and ,oh-t, Alex Alveraz, for webpage de- King County School #412• Type of Jeanette A. Shaw and Darren L. and sign with Glenwood to host and work Security.CusipNumber:495242WZ8,; Megan M. Shaw filed in the Depart- coordinated with the Superior High Maturity Date: Dec. 1, 2016; Rate: ment of Natural Resources (Deiart- - School web design class when pos- 6.250 percent; Amount: $200;000. then died for a lack of a second. menu application A- 18726 for a per- sible. AcommitteemadeupMcGowan, New or Additional Pledges: Acorn A motion was made by Brown and mit to appropriate water• Blum, Derek Clark, Jan Diehl, Sherri Public Library District; Cusip Num- seconded by Combs to approve the Summary of Application: Type: Kniep and up totwo members of the ber:0048DAC9;Maturitydate: 12/01/ request for an easement for electrical Natural flow out-of-stream use. Pur- chamber to oversee the development. 2029: Rate: 4.300 percent; Amount: line for Nick Wehrman to run under a pose: Irrigation. Source: Little Blue Motion passed, €220 0an 00 ' River Point of Diversion: NESE S13 Finaticecommitteereportedonclos- ", Tiisch-ge in the collateral for county road and in the county road T4NR7E LocationofUse:SWNEand ing on the loan with lqew Horizon/ bani denosits for IqUCcolls County is SE S 13 T4N R7E. Amount: 1.7 cubic ' Healthy Living... , submitied by the Nuckolls County feet per second (762 gallons per . Thefinancecommitteeisfinalizing. .... Tresu,r_ , h" Vicki K En.i,,n, count:, minute)• the documents with uperior maus- treasurer - ' Additional project information and tries for sale of the spec Building It " • ..... ' The above described releases and procedures for objection may be ob- was moved by Tinkham and seconded additions ofoledRed secunues .... is herebv tained by contacting the Surface Water by Keelan to give the finance commit- oo,,,t,a ,,h ,G .... ,t Permits secnon of the de artment at teepowertoactmreallocatmgfundsln " da o r P .... . ...... .... Dated this 15th y f Novembe, • (402)471-2363 or through the the accounts to balance them between 9nlO hv Nlneknllq (?cinntvy Dtlnard ...... cff , ........ 'a :'- de artment s webste at the four establishments and prowde Cam  n s" P d miss o er. w w w d n r n e o v / i e a I / the funds for closing Motion passe • ' • • • • g g •  Michael D. Combs /Stg/ SW_NoticeofAppsfiled.html. Moved by Wyatt and seconded by Danny K. Carman /Sig/ Thanksgiving Shopping List "One Stop Shopping" €' Table (Seats Sixl ¢ Serving Dishes / Extra Chairs / Extra Silverware / Linens / Apron for Cook Platter for Turkey FRONT PORCH .ANTIQUES i32. E. 3rd, Superior, Neb. 4027878-5567 kiwi The phYSicians at the Saint Francis Cancer Treatment Center are treating patients in the Landmark Center at Second andMarian Road in Hastings. Serving Central Nebraska for 6 years, the Saint Francis Cancer Treatment Center offerscomprehensive cancer care with clinical trials, cancer rehabilitation team, dedicated pharmacy and academic affiliatiofis with the Eppley Cancer Center and the National Cancer.lnstitute. Accredited by the Commission on Cancer from the American College of Surgeons with commendation for excelling in every aspect of cancer core, Saint Francis offers the same level of care as renowned treatment centers found throughout the United States. Thedifference is you get to receive treatment at home. close to family and friends. You have access to leading-edge cancer treatment, right here at home. Ask your primary care physician or surgeon for o referral or call us at 4o2.461.5588 offer your cancer surgery. Rite Hays, APRN, AOCNP M. Sitki Copur, MD CATHOLIC HEALTH ' INITIATIVES e rl,(IA,'" qFt",LCA, ,¥LCe,( "'6d, Saint Francis Medical Center CANCER TREATMENT CENTER , ,\\; IG I IOltl IIIII11 I Hastings, NE i 4o2.46.5588 ,.Oa.A. will cost approximately $10,000.00, the transmission approximately $16,000.00 plus other parts and labor will cost a total amount of $69,000.00. NMC Cat will offer 6 months 0 percent financing• A motion was made by Carman to authorize the 1994 CAT motorgrader to be overhauled at the $69,000.00 with 6 months 0 percent financing. The motion went without a second after 5 minutes. The motion until Nov. 22, 2010. Danny K. Carman, Chakma By: Jackie L. Kassebaum,Comry Cterk 4Z-It (Fir:t publihed Oct 28. 200 in The Superior EXpress) Notice of Trustee's Sale The 4",llowing described pro' will be old at public auction to e highest bidder at the middle hallway ot the Nuckolls County Courthouse. I st ditch, located between the Southwest comer of Section 15 and the Southeast . Quarter of Section 16, T3N-R7W (Nelson Precinct). Carman, Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. level. 150 South Main. Nelson. Ne-. braska on the 8th day of December 2010 at 10:00 o'clock a.m,: Lot Seven (7) in Block Twenty- Three (33), East Superior. an addition in the original Town ofS uperior. Nuck- oils County, Nebraska. more com- monly known as: 908 East 4th Street. . Superior. Nebraska 68978. The roperty is being sold "'as is" and subject to any unpaid real estate Motion carried. A motion was made by Combs and seconded by Brown to authorize Gary Warren, highway superintendent, to sign the letter requesting to have Bridge StmctureC006504225 located between Sections 11 & 14-T 1N-R8W (Bostwick Precinct) approved for Soft-Match funds. Carman, Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Tom Krueger, JEO Consulting met with the board to give a presentation on his experiences of being a surveyor. Krueger is currently the NUckolls County Surveyor and this position is appointed for a 4-year term. Krueger is seeking to renew his agreement with Nuckolls County as a part-time sur- veyor for the 4-year term beginning Jan, 1,2011 to Dec. 31, 2014. The board has agreed to listen to all requests and they will make a decision in December. Tom Jensen, clerk for the Village of Oak and John Carman, council mem- ber for the VillageofOak, met with the county board to discuss Railroad Street in Oak. They reported Railroad Street receives a large amount of large truck traffic and the road is requiring repairs "every year and the Village of Oak is concerned about the costs for these repairs and in the future in order to keep the road all traffic. The Village is requesting the county help share the costs of these repairs. The board will4ake this issue into consider- ation for the future. No decision was made at this time. The following salary claims were approved: General Fund Salaries: $35,391.46; Road Fund Salaries: $39.306.73; Civil Defense FUnd Salary: $2,133.33: Emergency Fund Salary: $400.00. There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 10:52 a.m. taxes, assessments and any lien or in- terest superior in right which may af- fect the subject property. The highest bidder will deposit $500.00 in cash or certified funds with the trustee at the time of le sale. which shall be non- refundab!e, and the remaining amount due must be paid in cash or certified funds to the trustee by 4 p.m. on the day of the sa,e; except this requirement s waived when the highest bidder is the current beneficiary. The successful bidder shall be responsible for appli: cable transfer fees. or taxes including the documentary stamp tax, Dates this 27th day of October. 2010. Steffi A. Swanson Substilute Trustee (9411) 43-5c Syndee Adams attends womens ag convention The 35th annual American Agri- Women convention was held Nov. 10- 14 in St, Louis. Me. Among the women in attendance was Syndee Adams. a Kansas State University student from Superior. Featured speakers included ,Alex Avery. from the Hudson Institute, who spoke on the future of agriculture in feeding the world; Dr. J: Scott Vernon from Call fornia Polytechnic State Uni, versity, who introduced a student based " V -' • "" I Loe Parmers, They Feed My Soul campaign; and Sarah Muirhead. from Feedstuffs magazine, who spoke on challenges m animal agriculture. Other speakers were Laura Nielsen from USB/NCGA. Brett Begeman from Monsanto. and a four-member panel discussing animal welfare. American Agri-Women i s a national organization with.53 affiliates. It is a non-partisan voice for the agricultural community to the public. 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