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Mar

3-23-16

Real Estate: 
Feb. 19:  William B DeWald to Enhancements Tanning LLC: Lot 10 Block 26, Fairbury, Jefferson County. Subject to easements. 
Feb. 19:  William B DeWald to Elaine S. Sewell: W 43 Feet of the N 71 Feet of Lot 3 and the E 17 Feet of the N 71 Feet of Lot 4, Block 1, Fairbury, Jefferson County.  Subject to easements. 
Feb. 19: Stephanie L Harms to William B DeWald: Lot 10 and the N ½ of Lot 11, in Whitney’s Addition to Fairbury, Jefferson County. Subject to easements. 
Feb. 22: Joyce L Clauson, a single person to Robert Stripe and Jessica O’Dell: Lot 4, Block 13, W.G. McDowell’s 1st Addition to Fairbury, Jefferson County. 
Feb. 22: Christopher D Specht to Lisa D Specht: Lot 4 and the S 30 feet of Lot 5 in Block 1 of Reinke Subdivision in the W ½ of the SW ¼ of Section 18, Township 2 N of Range 3 E of the 6th P.M. in the County of Jefferson. Subject to easements. 
Wed
23
Mar

State Reading Classic April 2

Fairbury will be hosting the Nebraska State Reading Classic competition on April 2, 2016 at the Fairbury High School.  
The competition will begin with registration starting at 9:30 a.m. The semi-final rounds of competition will start at 9:45 a.m. There will be three divisions competing; Division I, 3rd and 4th graders, Division II, 5th and 6th graders, Division III, 7th, 8th, and 9th graders. There will be teams from several counties competing. Teams are usually made up of four students.  
After the semifinals the top two teams in each division will move into the Fine Arts Center where spectators can watch the final rounds. The final rounds of the State Competition will be finish up at noon.
Wed
23
Mar

Completing Community Survey Important For Entire Town

Over the next few weeks volunteers will be knocking on doors distributing a Citizen Satisfaction Survey to every household in town. 
Completing this survey is extremely important for Fairbury’s future development. This survey is important for two reasons. First, this survey is imperative for the City of Fairbury to continue receiving Federal Funds for community projects. 
Over the last few years, Fairbury has benefited from hundreds of thousands of dollars in Federal grants. Past projects have included money to purchase a fire truck, funds to renovate the Bonham Theater, and assistance for homeowner housing rehabilitation and demolition. 
This survey will also ask citizens for their input on the level of city services provided. Results from this survey will demonstrate to City leaders what the City is doing well and what areas we can improve. 
Tue
22
Mar

Scam going around Fairbury

An Events Calendar Guide is not working with any local companies or the Fairbury Chamber of Commerce, be cautious advertising with companies who just have 800#.

 

Tue
22
Mar

Commissioners Meeting 3/22/16

Mon
21
Mar

Copa 2016

Sat
19
Mar

Kathryn H. Kroeker

Kathryn H. Kroeker 93 of Jansen, NE. passed away March 19, 2016 at Gardenside LTC in Fairbury. She was born August 19, 1922 at Jansen, NE.

Sat
19
Mar

Citizen Satisfaction Survey

Thu
17
Mar

Bill to give motorcyclists freedom of choice failed in round two of debate

 Sen. Dave Bloomfield of Hoskins has dedicated years to forming and changing a bill to allow motorcyclists to choose whether they want to wear a helmet while riding.

But years of trial and error, persistence and provisions didn't lead to the results Bloomfield and proponents were looking for.

Lawmakers spent St. Patrick's Day morning, March 17, debating LB 900 on the floor the second time this week.

Wed
16
Mar

Youth News

2016 Nebraska Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest Winners Named: Honorable mention, Jordan Hauschel, nine, Fairbury, Jefferson County, Jefferson Intermediate School

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