ELGIN BUSINESS looking for part-time office help. Good communication skills, computer skills, working with the public and previous office experience all a must. Hours - flexible. Send resumé with work history and references to Business A c/o The Elgin Review, PO Box 359, Elgin, NE 68636-0359. 20-22c
HELP WANTED: Experienced frame/finish carpenters. Will pay top dollar. Call 402-340-0146. 11tfn
TRUCK DRIVER to haul gluten. Must be dependable. References required. Will train. Call 402-843-5672 ask for Len. 1tfn
FULL TIME positions available for Shop Mechanic and General Farm Help. Health and other benefits available, Niewohner Feedlot, Elgin 402-843-5671. 44tfn
BARTENDERS/WAITRESSES wanted. Call Tom at 402-843-2167 or apply at The Steel Steed Steakhouse & Saloon, Elgin. 32tfn
FOR SALE: 4 - parts bins, 8’x6’6”x12”; Gas power washer, 2200 P.S.I.-6 H.P.; Rockwell 9” table saw; Craftsman stick welder, 230A; 10” Radial saw; Ridgid adjustable pipe threader, 1” to 2”; Ready oil heater; Transit level; New 12” carbide saw blade; 70+ good used slab house doors; 20” Scroll saw; Spray can paint filler; Siding louver punch. Call 402-843-5560. 19-21c
HOUSE FOR SALE by owner. Two bedroom, 1 bath. Located at 409 N. 3rd Street, Elgin. Call 402-843-5464. 18tfc
FOR SALE: Sunheat heaters, fire places and Mountainaire air purifiers. Service on any brand heater. Deb and Dwaine Trease, Clearwater, NE. 402-485-9264. 6tfn
PASSPORT PHOTOS: Official U.S. and foreign passport and Visa photos available here. Available in under ten minutes. $10 plus tax. Appointments highly 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: 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:
It is with heartfelt thanks that we remember everyone that helped care for our mother, Auralia Meis. A sincere thank you to Hospice, Dr. Dawson, and Dr. Dilly who helped make it possible for Auralia to be able to stay in her own home. Thank you to Fr. Ross Burkhalter, Fr. Bernie Starman, Fr. John Broheimer and Deacon Dennis Wiehn for the beautiful services. Also to Circle 1 for providing the funeral dinner and to the ladies who graciously offered to serve the wake. With gratitude we thank Tony Levander, funeral director and neighbor, for the beautiful, professional care. We appreciated all of your condolences, acts of kindness, food, calls, memorials and flower. We are so blessed to live in such a caring community.
Marvin & Jodine Meis
Arlene & Roger Gabelman
Jerry & Jane Meis
The family of Darlene Schindler would like to thank everyone that made the celebration of her life so special with your visits, prayers, hugs, food, memorials, cards, plants, flowers, telephone calls and words of comfort. They were so appreciated at the time of her passing. A thank you to Fr. Burkhalter, Deacon Dennis Wiehn, Huffman-Levander Funeral Home, Organist Rosie Schueths/St. Boniface Choir, Jodine Meis and Ladies for the Wake and Altar Society for the dinner. We can not begin to list everyone so know that in our hearts, your caring actions will always be remembered in this community.
Dave and Marilyn Sehi and family
Noreen and Neil Miller and family
Glen and Louise Schindler and family
Alice and Dan Holtz and family
Janie Score and family
Dale and Renee Schindler and family
Leroy and Kathy Schindler and family
Steve and Deb Schindler and family
Annette and Tom Snodgrass
I would like to thank my families of Arizona and Indiana for the surprise announcement for my 85th birthday on February 7. Cards and letters came from Albion, Bartlett, Elgin, Ericson, Grand Island, Greeley, Lincoln, Norfolk, Omaha, Ord, Scotia, Spalding, Georgia, Oklahoma and Texas. Also for the evening out, flowers, balloons, CD, candy, the Greeley TV channel, folks from the Greeley Care Home and Assisted Living. May God Bless everyone for their thoughtfulness.
Words can not express how thankful I am for the monetary donations that I have received and am still receiving since I fell and broke my shoulder. Also, thank you for the prayers, phone calls and visits. Also for the anonymous gifts that I keep receiving. A BIG thank you to my family and friends for helping me out when I call. God Bless you all!
We are so humbled to everyone that remembered us with the many cards and wishes for our 65th Wedding Anniversary. We are so blessed to be able to share so many wonderful years together and with this amazing community.
LaVern and LuVerna Jochum
ELGIN PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD
Distance Learning Room, EPS
February 13, 2013, 7:30 PM
President Waterbury called the regular February Meeting to order at 7:32 p.m. Board members present were Stan Heithoff, Steve Heithoff, Bob Hoefer, Ryan Reestman, Laurie Waterbury, and Kim Wells. Also present were Superintendent Dan Polk, Principal Adam Patrick, Paula Jensen, Dennis Morgan, and Amy Klein.
President Waterbury led the “Pledge of Allegiance.” Waterbury reminded everyone that a copy of the Nebraska Open Meetings Law was posted in the meeting room.
School board meeting notice complied with Meeting Notice Policy #204.07.
Kim Wells motioned and Stan Heithoff second to approve the Consent Agenda: #5- Minutes of Previous Meeting, #6- Adopt the Agenda, #7- Financial Report, #8- Board Bills. Motion carried, vote 6-0.
AmericInn, Instru Expense, $269.70; AMH, Transportation, $90.00; Beckman Lumber, Instru Expense, $66.30; Booklist, Instru Expense, $147.50; Boone Co Medical Clinic, Transportation, $75.00; Cedar View Carpentry, Maintenance $75.00; CVA, Instru Expense, $94.35, Maintenance, $76.06; Dean’s Market, Instru Expense, $60.93, Maintenance, $25.35; Eakes, Instru Expense, $300.36, Maintenance, $45.00; Elgin One Stop, Transportation, $1,840.20; Elgin Review, Business Expense, $422.50, Board Expense, $106.59; Elite Office Products, Business Expense, $238.53; Flenniken Plmbg & Htg, Maintenance, $70.00; Floor Maint. & Supply, Maintenance, $22.20; Haddock, Instru Expense, $109.00; Hadley-Braithwait, Maintenance, $1,471.95; Harris, Business Expense, $177.90; HireRight, Transportation, $28.00; Jonny Dodge, Transportation, $144.37; Kallhoff Electric, Maintenance, $302.09; Krier Technologies, Instru Expense, $2,700.00; Loup Valley Lighting, Maintenance, $335.75; MSM, SpEd Expense, $71.56; MidAmerica Books, Instru Expense, $165.25; MARC, Maintenance, $49.89; NASB, Board Expense, $3,387.00; NCSA, Board Expense, $205.00; NE Leadership Seminar, High Ability Learners, $300.00; Overland Rehab, SpEd Expense, $495.70; Playscripts, Instru Expense, $85.56; Precision Repair, Transportation, $34.47; Reader’s Digest, Instru Expense, $24.98; Reimbursement, $553.26; Schumacher, Maintenance, $75.00; The Station, Transportation, $305.81; Thompson Co., Maintenance, $145.44; Verizon Business, Business Expense, $123.21; Wells Fargo, $1,221.74; Zee Medical, Extracurric. Expense, $62.85
Total Board Bills: $16,601.35
February Payroll: $185,036.34
Total Board Bills/ Payroll: $201,637.69
President Waterbury recognized visitors and asked if the patrons had any comments.
In correspondence, President Waterbury read information on running for the open position on the NASB legislative committee for region 17. The Building & Grounds committee will meet with administration soon to go over projects.
Principal Patrick reported that the teachers have submitted their curriculum frameworks and NeSA writing tests are completed. Details are being finalized on a summer school program for this year. Information will be presented at a future board meeting. He also looked ahead to upcoming calendar events.
Supt. Polk reported on the Education summit he had attended in Kearney. He reported on Mr. Patrick’s visit with the city council to slow traffic around the school buildings. The city council will need to make a resolution to add a 3-way stop at 5th & Cedar streets and blocking off traffic during the school day at 5th street by the gym.
Board goals were reviewed.
In action items, Steve Heithoff motioned and Stan Heithoff second to offer Adam Patrick a principal contract for 2013-14 school year. All voted aye, motion carried.
Ryan Reestman motioned, Wells second to approve Board/Supt. evaluation instruments. All voted aye, motion carried.
Standing committees were announced by President Waterbury.
Motion by Hoefer, second by Steve Heithoff to accept a resignation from Elaine Meyers with appreciation and regret effective at the end of the 2012-2013 school year. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Steve Heithoff motioned to approve APL “best practices” for school wide procedure/use and in staff evaluation as recommended by Mr. Patrick. Second by Reestman. All voted aye, motion carried.
Supt. Polk presented information on splitting preschool into two groups. This would allow for a different curriculum for the older students (those preparing for kindergarten) and the younger students just entering preschool. Motion by Stan Heithoff, second by Kim Wells to approve 2 sections of preschool beginning in 2013-14 school year. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Wells motioned, Reestman second to approve ESU 8 contracts for distance learning, art supplies, nursing, and special education. All voted aye, motion carried.
Steve Heithoff motioned, Stan Heithoff second to approve changes to the yearly tentative agenda calendar Policy 203.09. Vote 6-0, motion carried.
Motion by Stan Heithoff, second by Reestman to adjourn the meeting. All voted aye. Motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 8:43 p.m.
The next meeting will held on March 12, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. in the Distance Learning Room at Elgin Public School
Kim Wells, Secretary
Paula Jensen, Recorder
-This is a draft copy and does not become official Elgin Public Board minutes until approved at the next regular or advertised meeting.
Publish: February 20, 2013
ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
February 12, 2013
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, Kerkman, Baker, Williby, Henery and Schwager.
Approved the tax exemption on motor vehicles owned by qualifying nonprofit organizations.
Approved 26 tax list corrections.
Antelope County Board of Equalization
JERALD SCHWAGER /s/
Chairman County Board of Equalization
Attest: CAROLYN PEDERSEN /s/
Antelope County Clerk
Publish: February 20, 2013
NOTICE OF MEETINGS
COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISOR’S, ANTELOPE COUNTY, NEBRASKA FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 2013
Notice is hereby given that the County Board of Supervisor’s of Antelope County, Nebraska will hold meetings in the County Supervisor’s room in the Antelope County Courthouse Annex, Neligh, Nebraska on the following dates and times:
March 5, 2013 at 9:00 AM
March 12, 2013 at 8:00 AM
Meetings will be open to the public. An agenda, kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at the Antelope County Clerk’s office and may be modified at such meeting to include items of an emergency nature pursuant to Section 84-1411 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes.
Publish February 20, 2013
NOTICE FOR BIDS
The Antelope County Board of Supervisors will accept sealed bids until 9:00 AM, on March 5, 2013, for armor coating of oil roads within Antelope County.
Said bids are for the application of armor coating using county furnished materials. Price should be per mile. All work to be done according to county specifications.
Bids can be brought or mailed to the Antelope County Clerks office, 501 Main Street, Rm 6, PO Box 26, Neligh, NE 68756-0026 and will be opened at 10:15 AM, on March 5, 2013 in the Antelope County Supervisors room, Antelope County Courthouse Annex. Envelope should be marked in the lower left hand corner with the wording, “Armor Coating Bid.”
The County Board of Supervisors reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Antelope County Board
Publish February 20 and 27, 2013