ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
March 10, 2015
Notice of meeting published as required by statute.
A complete record of these minutes as well as all resolutions and agreements are on file at the County Clerk’s Office and are open to the public.
Those responding to roll call: Bolling, Brandt, Schindler, Williby, Henery, and Schwager. Kerkman absent.
Approved two permissive exemptions.
Approved six (6) tax list corrections.
Antelope County Board of Equalization
Attest: LISA PAYNE
Antelope County Clerk
PUBLISH: March 18, 2015
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed Proposals for the construction of “Oakdale South Bridge for Antelope County, Nebraska,” JEO Project No. 121122, will be received by the County Clerk at Antelope County Courthouse, 501 Main Street, Rm. 6, PO Box 26, Neligh, NE 68756, until 10:00 AM on the 7’” day of April, 2015, and thereafter will be read aloud.
The work consists of the following approximate quantities:
Removal of the existing bridge, construction of a 25’ steel girder bridge and road embankment
Proposals will be taken for said construction work listed above by unit prices, as an aggregate bid for the entire project.
All Proposals for said construction work must be made on blanks furnished by the Engineer and must be accompanied by Bid Security of not less than 5% of the amount bid. Bid Security to be made payable to the Treasurer of Antelope County, Nebraska as liquidated damages in case the bid is accepted and the bidder neglects or refuses, to enter into contract and furnish bond in accordance herewith. Plans, Specifications and Bid Documents may be inspected at the office of the County Clerk, 501 Main Street, Rm. 6, Neligh, Nebraska, and will be issued by JEO Consulting Group, Inc., Consulting Engineers, 803 W Norfolk Avenue, Norfolk, Nebraska, a payment of $50.00 to cover partial cost, none of which will be returned, needs to be paid prior to plans and specifications being sent out. In order to bid the project, the plans and specifications must be issued directly by JEO Consulting Group, Inc. to the bidder.
The Owner, reserves the right to waive informalities and irregularities and to make awards on bids which furnish the materials and construction that will, in their opinion serve the best interests of the Owner, and also reserves the right to reject any and/or all bids.
ANTELOPE COUNTY, NEBRASKA
Antelope County Clerk
PUBLISH: March 18, 25 and April 1, 2015
Benjamin and Ashley Kuhlman of Hickman are the parents of a son, Hudson Pierce, born March 6, 2015 at Bryan LGH. He weighed six pounds, 12 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. He joins a brother, Brayden, 22 months at home.
Grandparents are Paul and Brenda Kuhlman of Petersburg, Bill and Chris Sessler and Mark and Mary O’Hare-Vangen all of Lincoln. Great grandparents are Floyd and Marlene Henn of Clearwater, Bernard and Lucille Kuhlman of Petersburg and Betty Thiessen of Lincoln.
ELGIN — The Wolfpack boys basketball team stepped onto the court 22 times during the past season, entertaining fans, friends and parents.
Although the team didn’t win as many games as they would have hoped for during the season, the Wolfpack posted nine victories, improving their record from one year ago.
Coached by Scott Becker, the Wolfpack faced a challenging schedule. They faced four teams which went on to play at the State Basketball Tournament (Riverside (2), Battle Creek and Clearwater/Orchard). In those games, Elgin Public-Pope John came up on the short end of the scoreboard.
During the season the Wolfpack averaged 46.5 points per game while opponents averaged just over 56 points per game.
EPPJ’s biggest one-game offensive production came on January 23 when they scored 66 points in a lop-sided victory over winless Ewing. The Wolfpack posted no victories over teams with winning records.
The Wolfpack saw their season come to an end in the first round of the C2-8 Subdistrict. Earlier in the season the Wolfpack had defeated Plainview 63 to 38 in a December road game. The Pirates got revenge at subdistricts when they defeated the Wolfpack 66 to 55.
Junior playmaker Seth Schumacher led the Wolfpack in points per game with 7.5, senior Jack Borer averaged 7.2 points per game. Schumacher also had team-highs in assists (58) and steals (42).
Senior forward Kyle Heithoff led the team in rebounds with 96. Borer led the team in three-point baskets with 29, second was Kyle Kallhoff with 15.
Zach Eischeid had 19 blocks to lead the team.
Wolfpack football standout Kyle Heithoff has been selected to play in the Northeast Nebraska All-Star Football Classic.
Coaches and players were announced Monday for the game.
The 3rd Annual All-Star Game will be played on Saturday, June 13, 2015 at 1 p.m. at Veteran’s Memorial Field in Norfolk. The Red Team leads the series, 2-0.
Faith Regional Health Services (FRHS) of Norfolk has been the Classic’s Title Sponsor the past two years and will continue to be the Title Sponsor through the 2016 All-Star Game, Fuehrer said.
Pierce High School coach Mark Brahmer, who serves as president of the board of directors for the game, said he is eager to watch very talented coaches work with some of the best young men and football players in northeast Nebraska.
Tony Hoffman of Crofton will be the head coach for the Red Team, and Dr. Jon Cerny of Bancroft-Rosalie will be the head coach for the White Team. Both coaches said their respective coaching staffs have compiled 36-player rosters with a lot of talent on both sides of the ball.
Hoffman said it’s not every day you get a chance to put an all-star team together that represents a sport and area (northeast Nebraska) of the state his peers are proud of. “This is the premier event for football in northeast Nebraska,’’ he said. “The opportunity to work with area coaches and players whom we have coached against is an awesome opportunity. Everyone leaves friends and has even more respect for each other than we did coming into the game.’’
Dr. Cerny’s assistant coaches include Dan Maresh of Lyons-Decatur Northeast, Arnie Johnson of Boone Central/Newman Grove, John Erwin of Norfolk High School, Ron Beacom of Neligh-Oakdale and Jim Clarkson of Clarkson.
Dr. Cerny said he is impressed with the athleticism of the players his staff will be working with.
“Our roster consists of 17 all-state players and six Shrine Bowl selections,’’ he said. “We have a great combination of size and speed. We have some outstanding skill players that we hope to showcase.’’
Coach Cerny also said it is an honor and a privilege to be selected to represent our schools and communities in this game. “The experience will be fun and rewarding for everyone involved,’’ he said. “Getting to know players and coaches from other schools will lead to lasting friendships.’’
Hoffman’s assistant coaches will be Tom Allen of Crofton, Steve Neptune of West Holt, Darin Suckstorf of Lutheran High Northeast, Chad Cattau of Hartington Cedar Catholic and John Bellar, formerly of Norfolk Catholic.
Hoffman said he likes how athletic his team will be. “I think we got players that will represent their communities well,’’ he said. “We are especially deep at the running back position, and, we also have a lot of players that have played both sides of the ball.’’
Team rosters are:
Nick Arlt – Oakland Craig, Jared Bellar – Battle Creek, Zach Bellar – Battle Creek, Dash Cameron – Tekamah-Herman, Austin Case – West Point-Beemer, Louis deJager - Battle Creek, Jesse Faltys – Howells-Dodge, Brayden Frauendorfer – Lindsay Holy Family/Humphrey, Zac Glidden – Boone Central/Newman Grove, Charles Goodman – Norfolk High, Ty Haase - West Point-Beemer, Kyle Heithoff – Elgin Public/Pope John, Chevy Henneman – Lyons-Decatur Northeast, Christian Heppner – Stanton, Chace Hutchison – Norfolk High, Christopher Konicek – Clarkson/Leigh, Michael Lipker – Boone Central/Newman Grove, Ted Maline – Oakland-Craig, Collin Martinsen – Riverside, Trevor McKeown – Norfolk High, Trevor Mlnarik – Clearwater-Orchard, Seth Novak – Howells-Dodge, JJ Oltmer – Humphrey St.. Francis, Colton Pelster – Boone Central/Newman Grove, Dean Peterson – Wisner-Pilger, Jordan Polk – Logan View, Jesse Prieto – Guardian Angels Central Catholic, Kory Reestman – Norfolk High, Bruce Schulenberg – Scribner-Snyder, Chett Simonsen – Guardian Angels Central Catholic, Garrett Temme – Boone Central/Newman Grove, Carsten Tietz – Bancroft-Rosalie, Alex Tucker – Battle Creek, Bryce Uhing – Oakland-Craig, Chayse Wemhoff – Humphrey St. Francis, Rion Wisniewski – Wisner-Pilger
Austin Becker – Norfolk Catholic, Ryan Becker – Hartington Cedar Catholic, Cody Beckmann – Bloomfield, Brook Bowers – Wayne, Cory Cleveland – Winnebago, Kolby Cone – Atkinson West Holt, Noah Fisher – Pierce, Nate Flaherty – Norfolk Catholic, Collin Freeman – Pierce, Gabe Gaither – South Sioux City, Michael Hansen – South Sioux City, Chayce Hirschman – Laurel-Concord-Coleridge, Nathan Hogan – Emerson-Hubbard, John Huff – Pierce, Viktor Jonseth – Atkinson West Holt, Jeff Judge – Atkinson West Holt, James Kaiser – Hartington Cedar Catholic, Chase Kelley – Hartington Cedar Catholic, Tyler Koch – Crofton, Dylan Loberg – Randolph, Grant Mathis – Creighton, Kirkland Meyer – Pender, Seth Montag – Norfolk Catholic, Anthony Mota-Morales – Crofton, Quinn O’Brien – Bloomfield, Matt Penne – Pierce, Jacob Rath – Randolph, Alex Rickett – Ponca, Ethan Rockwell – Lutheran High Northeast, Beau Schindler – Creighton, Nate Stoltz – Lutheran High Northeast, Nick Stoltz – Lutheran High Northeast, Jake Thompson – Wayne, Tayib Toussaint – Wayne, Wyatt Tremayne – Homer, Michael Walsh - Ponca
The officiating crew for this summer’s classic will be Greg Dostal (referee) of Atkinson; Wayne Hesse, Umpire, O’Neill; Ross Tomjack, Line Judge, O’Neill; Ed Peppel, Linesman, Butte; and, Doug Kubik, Back Judge, Atkinson.