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Deadline Set for Garage Sale Maps, Listings

June 16, 2010 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Monday, June 21 will be the last day for persons to be included in the Elgin community-wide garage sale listing in the Elgin Review. The city-wide sale day will be Saturday, June 26. 

The map will include name, address and a brief (20 words or less) listing of types of items on sale (kitchen goods, clothing, etc) at each location. A limited number of maps will be available at Elgin One-Stop, The Station, Dean’s Market and City Limits beginning at 7:30 am on that Saturday morning. Deadline for inclusion on the maps to be handed out is Thursday, June 24 at 5 pm.   If you wish to participate, please call Lynell at 843-5500 (days) to have your location included.  If you have signed up, please be sure to drop off a brief listing of the items on your sale at the Elgin Review.

The city-wide garage sale is being sponsored by the Elgin Chamber of Commerce.

County Puts Irrigators on Notice

June 16, 2010 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Irrigators in Antelope County should take notice of action taken last week by the Antelope County Board of Supervisors.

At their Tuesday meeting held June 8, the Supervisors passed a resolution concerning the watering of roadways by center pivot systems.

The resolution states that if a pivot is found to have watered a roadway, the violator will be given an initial warning from the Antelope County Sheriff’s Department. Any damage to the road will be repaired by the county road department and subsequently billed to the landowner.

Should the roadway be watered again, the landowner will be prosecuted under Nebraska State Statute 39-301, a class IV misdemeanor which would also include the cost of needed repairs to the road.

The status of the County Veteran Service officer was again discussed. The Supervisors had company this time as a number of veterans were in the audience.

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State Senator Sullivan Meets With Constituents

June 16, 2010 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

On a rain-soaked Thursday morning, District #41 State Senator Kate Sullivan updated Elgin residents on developments at the Unicameral.

Her visit, sponsored by Great Plains Communications, was welcomed by more than 20 constituents who turned out at the Elgin Community Center to listen, ask questions and learn more about state government.

Sullivan, who earned her seat in the statehouse by defeating Paul Eurek back in 2008, was upbeat in her presentation. Admitting she didn’t know all the answers to the issues facing the state, she said she has relished every day the opportunity to serve the district. 

“It’s an awesome responsibility,” she said. “Very few understand how unique the Unicameral is, how open it is and how effective it is. Nebraska is the only state which has a one-house state government. Its senators are non-partisan, meaning they don’t represent any political party.” When a bill is before the legislature, its ordinary citizens, she said, who weigh in with their opinions before committee hearings.

Turning her attention to the recently completed 60-day session, Sullivan said state senators were forced to operate with a lack of budget money. With a $675 million projected deficit in the state budget, there were no new money bills proposed by legislators. The state has been operating on a $6.8 billion two-year budget, she said the Nebraska Constitution requires a balanced budget. As a result, legislators will be working to manage the deficit when they reconvene in January 2010.

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Elgin Volunteers Help Fight Flood With Sandbags

June 16, 2010 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

There are some here who would like to see sunshine return. Since June 7, more than eight inches of rain have been recorded here in Elgin. Similar amounts, and in some cases more rainfall, to the north and west have caused flood conditions along local rivers and streams creating problems for our neighbors in Clearwater, Neligh, Oakdale and Tilden.

Volunteers from Elgin were called out Sunday night to go to Clearwater to help fill sandbags there to prevent rising waters from doing more damage to the community. According to Tony Levander, they were there through most of the night working. Volunteers also came from Tilden, Neligh and Oakdale

According to Faythe Petersen, emergency management coordinator for Antelope as well as Madison and Pierce counties, estimated that as many as 10,000 sand bags had been filled to combat flood waters at Clearwater.

At Neligh, Monday was considered the worst day as the Elkhorn River rose out of its banks and devastated all in its’ path.

Penn Park was under 3-4 feet of water as were Russell Park and Riverside Park. Spared at Riverside Park were the ball diamonds.

It was also reported that four homes were flooded, but that number could be low as many homeowners are dealing with water issues.

Highest Flows

Rainfall over the past few days in central Nebraska has resulted in high water and flooding in the Platte, Elkhorn, Loup, Niobrara, Republican, and Little Blue River basins. The Elkhorn and Loup basins have been hardest hit.

Two streamgages have broken long-standing records: the North Loup at Taylor streamgage reached its highest flow since the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Nebraska Water Science Center began recording water measurements at that site 73 years ago; the Elkhorn at Ewing streamgage reached its highest peak for both water level and flow since recording began 62 years ago. The Elkhorn at Waterloo streamgage currently is ranked at its second-highest flow rate in 80 years of record.

This Week’s Classifieds: June 9, 2010

June 9, 2010 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

WHERE TO EAT:

SERVING EITHER Rib Steak or Prime Rib every Monday 6 pm – 9 pm. $10.95. Knotty Pine, 402-386-5488, Petersburg, NE.  1tfc

LOST:

Between Elgin and the eight-mile road, door on hood for a Ford tractor. Call John Stuhr, 843-2271. 35c

HELP WANTED:

Tankwagon driver. Qualifications: CDL-A or CDL-B with hazmat endorsement and good driving record required.  Call Jerry, 402-843-5621.            35c

 

JONNY DODGE Chrysler Jeep in Neligh, NE is looking for a qualified individual to manage a busy diesel truck shop. Needs good leadership and people skills and be team oriented. Full time position with competitive wages and benefits. Send resumes to P.O. Box 67, Neligh, NE 68756.                          25tfc

SEMI DRIVER Wanted: Full time position available. CDL, good driving record and experience hauling livestock required. Contact Len at 402-843-5672. Niewohner Trucking, Elgin, Nebraska.  48tfc

NOW HIRING: Full time position available for a Farm Mechanic. Niewohner Bros. Feedlot, Elgin, NE. Call 402-843-5671.                20tfc

FOR SALE:

For sale: White Maytag gas dryer. Call 843-5326.___   35-36c

SERVICES:

PASSPORT PHOTOS: Official U.S. and foreign passport and Visa photos available here. Available in under ten minutes. $10 for two images. The Elgin Review, 116 South 2nd St, Elgin NE. 402-843-5500.                     1tfn

CALL US for fresh flowers, plants, balloon bouquets. Will deliver to Elgin. Flower Corner, 402-887-4441 or 1-800-590-2384.                     1tfc

FOR RENT:

FOR RENT: Smith’s Storage Buildings, Elgin. Clean, dry and secure. Sizes 8’ x 16’ and up to 12’ x 24’. Prices start at $28/month. Contact Lee or Marie Smith. 402-843-2391.                   1tfc

FOR RENT:  Two bedroom apartment. 404 Remington St.  843-2373.   33tfc

CARD OF THANKS:

Thanks to everyone for remembering me on my 90th birthday. Everything was appreciated so very much. God Bless!

Dallmont Erickson

Our thanks to everyone who donated food, contributed money, and attended the benefit for Mary Jo and Fred. A special thank you to the members of Trinity Lutheran Church, Pastor Kuhfal, and Vicar Schupe for organizing and working at the benefit. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.

Fred Nelson and family

We would like to thank everyone for helping us celebrate our 50th with your presence and cards. Thanks to our children and grandchildren for participating in the Mass and a special thanks to Fr. Steve Boes for the blessing. Thanks to our children and Gale and Dolly’s children for the food and entertainment. It was special celebrating Gale and Dolly’s 50th also and having our mother there – who is 98 years young!

Jack and Joan Schindler

Thanks so much for all the prayers, cards, visits and phone calls while I was in the hospital and at home.

Jerome Starman

I would like to thank the Elgin Area Community Foundation for selecting me as your scholarship recipient.  Also thanks to Jim and Carol Schiltmeyer for presenting me with the Shari Schiltmeyer Scholarship.  The community support and scholarships are both greatly appreciated.

Jenna Beckman

 

 

Thank you to the Elgin community for your support during the time of my dad’s passing.  Special thanks to Father Andrews, Lynell, Mark and Julie, Pat Miller, and Jay and Tina Snider.  We will always remember your kindness.

Connie & Mike Dvorak and family

Thank you to all our children, families , friends and neighbors who said a prayer, sent a greeting by cards, phone  or visit;  also to our neighbors  for checking  on the farm and pets while  I was  hospitalized at  Bergan  Mercy.  What a great time we  live  in that these doctors  can use their God-given abilities to fix  our problems.   God bless all of you!  

Dave Sehi

 

 

 

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