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Notice of Public Hearing — Antelope County Board of Supervisors

July 28, 2011 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

ANTELOPE COUNTY

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Notice is hereby given that the Antelope County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing to review a conditional use permit submitted by Calvin Heithoff for the purpose of building a proposed machine shed in the SE ¼ 33-24-7, Antelope County Nebraska. The hearing will be held at 9:30 am, Tuesday, August 9, 2011 at the Antelope County Courthouse in Neligh Nebraska.

A second public hearing will be to review a conditional use permit submitted by Ag Agronomy Center for the proposed construction of a 750,000 gallon fertilizer tank located on the SE ¼ SE ¼ 2-24-6 or 90 Mill Street, Oakdale, Antelope County Nebraska. The public hearing will begin at 9:40 am at the Antelope County Courthouse, Neligh Nebraska.

The permits may be examined in the offices of the Antelope County Clerk or the Zoning Administrator during normal business hours at any time prior to the public hearing. All interested parties may offer oral comments at the public hearing and/or may file written comments with the Antelope County Board of Supervisors provided such written comments are received by the Board prior to close of business on August 5, 2011. Written comments may be mailed to: Antelope County Board of Supervisors, POB 26, Neligh NE 68756.

Publish: July 27, 2011

Mignery Bronze to be Given Away at Wheeler County Fair

July 28, 2011 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Word was received this week that Herb Mignery, well known local Cowboy Artist and cartoonist has donated a bronze. The bronze, “Range Wars”, a buffalo fighting with a coyote, will be given at the Wheeler County Fair on Saturday, August 6th, in conjunction with the steak cook-off.

The event is scheduled at the Wheeler County Fair Grounds in Bartlett, beginning at 4:00 p.m. Cost for the meal, which includes your ticket to the rodeo, will be $8.00 per plate if you buy before August 5th, will be eligible for the drawing which includes the Mignery Bronze, $500.00, a grill and stand, signed Nebraska football or a signed action shot of Suh. Any tickets purchased after August 5th or at the door, will not be considered in the drawing and will cost $10.00.

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Antelope County Fair Begins Tuesday

July 28, 2011 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

The Antelope County fair is set to kickoff next week.

Beginning Tuesday, Aug. 2, the fair will run through the weekend. Activities will take place at the fairgrounds and Riverside Park.

On the opening day of the fair, there will be a 4-H/FFA/Open Class dog show at 9 a.m., a cat show at 1 p.m. and small pets show at 3 p.m.

On Thursday, the dairy show and horse show will be held.

Friday activities include a horse show at 8:30 a.m. Also at that time the poultry show will be held. Rabbits will take center stage at 1 p.m. followed the the small animal round robin contest. Later in the afternoon, 4:30 p.m., goats and sheep will be judged.

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Elgin ‘Wing Ding’ Set For Saturday

July 28, 2011 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

The community of Elgin is just days away from a new event to celebrate the best of summer.

The first-ever ‘Wing Ding’ celebration will be held at the Elgin City Park on Saturday, July 30.

Sponsored by the Elgin Community Club, the one-day event will feature plenty of recreation, good food and a relaxing atmosphere, something for persons of all ages.

Beginning at 3 p.m., there will be sand volleyball and horseshoes to take part in. The weather promises to be warm with temperatures above 90 degrees with plenty of sunshine. For the volleyball, anybody can show up and form a team there to compete. That should provide some interesting competition.

As for horseshoes, whoever wants to compete just needs to show up.

For persons who don’t want to ‘bump, set and spike,’ or don’t want to throw a ‘ringer,’ there will be extended swimming hours. The Elgin Swimming Pool normally closes at 5 p.m., but on Saturday the pool will not close until 9 p.m. for adults. Bathing suits are required for persons of all ages.

The main focus of the celebration will be a chicken wing cook-off.

Nearly 10 different varieties of chicken wings will be available to taste and enjoy.

“There will be BBQ varieties, some sweet & spicy, spicy and also some ‘hot’ varieties, something for everyone to savor and enjoy,” said club member Lynell Morgan. People will be given ballots so they can vote for their favorite wings.

Since this is the first year, she said chicken wings don’t need to be cooked on site. Each team will be responsible for preparing 10 pounds of wings for the competition. A cash prize will be awarded to the ‘people’s champion’.

Wings can be purchased in bulk at Dean’s Market. The wings must be ready to be served by 2:45 p.m. that day. A complete list of rules for the cook-off are available by contacting her at the Elgin Review office.

“The club had been looking for something different to do. Other communities have ribfests, steak cook-offs, etc. We wanted to offer something no one else was doing in the immediate area,” Morgan said.Chicken wings will be served to the public along with corn on the cob and calico beans, starting at 3 p.m. Tickets, available at the park that day, will be $1 per ticket. Chicken wings can be purchased with two tickets, corn and beans will each require one ticket.

“We’re keeping the costs down so everyone can afford it and enjoy it.”

To quench people’s thirst, there will be a beer garden, which will be located on the south side of the park on Oak Street. Also, pop will be available to be purchased. “We’re gratefult that the Elgin City Council agreed to allow a beer garden adjacent to the park,” she said. “We’re holding this event there to utilize many of the features of the park. We’ve got a great park and it’s ‘perfect’ for an event like this. Plenty of shade trees.”

History

Chicken wings have increased in popularity throughout the country over the past 20 years. The legend goes back to Buffalo, N.Y., were they were first prepared at the Anchor Bar by Teressa Belissimo. Upon the unannounced, late-night arrival of their son and several of his friends, she needed a fast and easy snack to present to her guests. It was then that she came up with the idea of deep frying chicken wings and tossing them in cayenne hot sauce.

The popularity of wings has since spread across the country.

Many restaurants and pubs offer weekly specials.

This Week’s Classifieds: July 20, 2011

July 20, 2011 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

EVENTS:

Elgin WingDing: Have a chicken recipe that is out of this world? See if the public agrees…Spicy, sweet, barbeque, any flavor, don’t be a chicken and sign up for a “chicken” team at the first annual Elgin WingDing celebration on Satuday, July 30. Games in the park, food, and beer garden beginning at 3 p.m. The public will vote for their favorite. For your team and more information, contact Lynell at 402-843-5500 during regular business hours.            38tfc

FOR SALE:

FOR SALE: Buggy top umbrella & J.D. Cylinder, new hoses. Call 402-843-5683.            41p

FOR SALE:  2 bedroom home, located at 207 North Street, Elgin, NE. For more information, contact LeRoy Behnk at 402-843-5771, sales associate – Elkhorn Valley Real Estate, Tilden, NE            40tfc

TIME TO order peaches and pears from Colorado. Peaches: $27 - 20# lug; $15 - ½ lug. Pears: $23 - 20# lug; $13 - ½ lug. Call Jim Fredrickson by Aug. 15 at 402-843-5427 or 402-843-0135 to place an order.                                        40-41c

HELP WANTED:

help wanted: Assistant high school boy’s basketball coach for Elgin Public-Pope John. Contact Steve Dennis at EPS, 402-843-2455. 41c

HELP WANTED: Part-time kitchen help. Call 402-485-2525 or 402-485-9261 and ask for francis. 41tfc

help wanted: part-time waitress – must be 19. Call 402-485-2525 or 402-485-9261 and ask for francis.         41tfc

Help Wanted: Full Time position available for a Mechanic Assistant. Health & other benefits. Niewohner Bros. Feedlot, Elgin (402)843-5671.         40tfc

Help Wanted: Full time position available for a Pen Rider; experience preferred in checking, treating and processing cattle.  Health & other benefits. Niewohner Bro. Feedlot, Elgin. (402)843-5671.         40-tfc

JOB OPENING (AMH Family Practice Clinics) RN or LPN: Competitive salary and benefits. Contact: Mary Schwager, HR, Antelope Memorial Hospital, Box 229, Neligh, mschwager@amhne.org, 402-887-6217, Fax 402-887-4092. EOE  40-41c

WANTED:  Fulltime Help, includes fuel delivery and service. Qualifications: CDL-A or CDL-B with hazmat endorsement and good driving record required.  Excellent benefits. Call Jerry, 402-843-5621. 32tfc

Help Wanted: Full time CDL truck driver, benefit package. Applications at Ag Agronomy in Oakdale. Contact Jude at 402-776-2453.                    23tfc

SERVICES:

CAREGIVER AVAILABLE for elderly in-home personal care. Cooking, cleaning, laundry, shopping, doctor’s appointments, more. Days/overnights. Call 402-843-8448.      40-43p

PASSPORT PHOTOS: Official U.S. and foreign passport and Visa photos available here. Available in under ten minutes. $10 for two images. Appointments recommended. 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: 2-bedroom apartment. Call 843-2373.   19tfn

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

CARD  OF THANKS

Thank you to all who attended the 2011 Young and Lively Garden Tour!

The weather was wonderful for a stroll through 6 of Elgin’s fun and fine gardens!

A special thank you to our garden hosts:  JoAnn Beckman, Lindy Borer,

Betty Getzfred, Margaret Hensley,Phil Kluthe and Jennie Paul.

Proceeds from the tour will go to improvements at our city park.

The Young and Lively Club

Special thanks to all my family for their help before and after my knee surgery. The same to everyone for their prayers, visits, phone calls, cards and food. It was greatly appreciated.

Joe Reestman

Thank you to everyone that came to help us celebrate our 50th. Also for the cards and gifts. Special thanks to our kids & grandkids.

Ron and Sharon Wilkinson

The Q125 Committee would like to thank the EMT’s for the $1,000 that they donated from the gun raffle. Thanks guys, it was greatly appreciated.

Q125 Committee

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