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JCHC Introduces New Website

After several months of work, Jefferson Community Health Center in Fairbury is pleased to introduce its new website, with many user-friendly features.

We know many of our patients and customers depend on information from the Internet. It is a convenient and practical way for many people to get information, said Lana Likens, director of public relations at Jefferson Community Health Center. We are sorry for any inconvenience when the website was down, but feel it has been worth the wait.

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Junior High Students of the Month

Photo caption: Contributed Photo

Jr. High Students of the Month are: 7th Grade: Madison Gregory, daughter of Jackie Gregory and Jay Gregory; Donovan Waldrep, son of Michelle Swett and Chris Swett.; students in 8th Grade are: Keyten Pfingsten, son of Pam & Kent Pfingsten; Destini Warnke, daughter of Joanie Warnke.

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Briefly Speaking...

Two Diller-Odell Students Injured in Crash

Two Diller-Odell High students were injured Monday morning when a pickup collided with the car they were driving as they travelled to school.

According to a press release from the Gage County Sheriffs Office, Zachary Rash, 17, was driving a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix on Highway 8, south of Odell. Rash was transported by ground ambulance to Beatrice Community Hospital and Health Center.

Rashs 15-year-old passenger of the car was airlifted to Bryan Health West via StarCare though his injuries were not believed to be life threatening.

The pickup that struck Rashs Pontaic was a 2006 GMC Sierra, driven by Roy Schwisow, 58 of Beatrice.

Schwisow and his passenger did not report any injuries.

Seatbelts were in use and air bags deployed. Both vehicles are considered totaled.

Alcohol is not believed to have played a factor in the crash.

Area Stores Affected by Beef Recall

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School Board Addresses Outdated Infrastructure

The infrastructure of the Fairbury School District was an important topic of discussion at Mondays Fairbury School Board meeting.

There are several boilers and air handling systems that require replacement or major repair through out the school system.

The Fairbury School Board had contracted with Trane for a performance-based evaluation for facility improvement solutions. The initial free evaluation of the complete school district revealed that due to age there were several needs that required addressing in the near future.

Trane representative Brent Jackson said that in some cases due to the many different maintenance personnel that have done minor repairs on equipment it is difficult to fully evaluate the extent of repair that may be needed.

Trane presented several proposed projects that they felt needed to be addressed.

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Traffic:

Traffic:

Marcus Allen West, of Cameron, N.C.: Overweight axle, $75 fine.

Kenneth R. Poppe, of Byron: No valid registration-vehicle, $25 fine.

Edgar B. Lao, of McAllen, Texas: Reciprocity-no trip permit, $25 fine.

Steven J. Alleckson, of Balaton, Minn.: Overweight axle, $75 fine, and overweight axle, $75 fine, and overweight capacity plates, $100 fine.

B.V. Juan, of Antonito, Colo.: UCR-no registration/payment, $100 fine, and reciprocity-no trip permit, $25 fine, and failure to have or carry fuel permit, $100 fine.

Michael John Sik, of Canby, Minn.: Failure to stop and weigh, $50 fine, and overweight axle, $75 fine, and overweight axle, $75 fine.

Mitch T. Lane, of Farmington, N.M.: Failure to stop and weigh, $50 fine, and overweight axle, $75 fine, and overweight axle, $75 fine, and overweight capacity plates, $100 fine.

Jacob Friesen, of Schoenwiese, MB, Canada: Exceed width limits, $25 fine.

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Thayer Co. Sheriffs Report:

Thayer Co. Sheriffs Report:

March 1: Losing a tire reportedly triggered a wild ride, before a vehicle ultimately landed in a ditch, although fortunately no injuries were reported. A tan 2007 Chevrolet four-door sedan, driven by Michelle L. Koch, of Hastings, was travelling eastbound on Highway 136, less than one mile from County Road 5800; and about two miles west of Hebron. Suddenly, the vehicle dropped a wheel off the south side of the roadway, the driver over-corrected the vehicle, then lost control after striking a state reflector post. The vehicle then continued to spin, and entered a north ditch; going through a fence backwards. No injuries were reported. There was significant damage to the vehicle, estimated at $3,500 but the report states Koch was able to drive away from the scene. Damage to the Nebraska state reflector post and a homeowners fence and posts were estimated at a total of $250.

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Real Estate:

Hebron/Thayer County, Compiled March 7.

Real Estate:

Feb. 28: Shannon McKenna to Larry Krupicka, and Laura Krupicka: N 120 Feet of Block 1, original town of Carleton, Thayer County, Nebraska, and N 120 Feet of Block 6, original town of Carleton, Thayer County, Nebraska.

Feb. 28: Levendofsky Family Trust to Donald Fredrick Gallagher: Lot 26, 27, 28, 29, Deshlers Amended Addition of Hebron, Thayer County, Nebraska.

Mar. 3: Tammy Taylor to Ken Petersen, and Janet Petersen: Lot 12 and Part of Lot 11 in Block 20, Second Addition of Carleton, Thayer County, Nebraska.

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Thayer Central Institutes No Smoking Policy

Photo caption: Thayer Central Community School Students petition the school board for a smoke-free campus.

A significant step has been taken toward a goal of eventually putting a No Smoking policy in-place in all Thayer County Schools.

Since Thayer Central Community Schools in Hebron is not a smoke-free campus, a group of students worked diligently before delivering a formal presentation Monday night, March 10, to the Thayer Central Communities School Board meeting in Hebron.

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Looking Back

Photo caption: ADVERTISING AT ITS FINEST.

120 Years Ago

1894

The Fairbury Gazette

Dr. E.S. Hawes moved from Custer County to Fairbury to practice medicine.

The honor roll in District No. 83 (Reesman-Forest Grove---2 miles west and 3 south of Fairbury) included Amy and Willie Downey, Willie Hansen, Lyman Shutt, Charles and Laura Sweet and Ernest Swope. L.C. Church was teacher.

Two teachers had been named for the Fairbury city election. First filed was that slate of A.M. Berry for mayor, C.H. Denney for clerk, L.W. Goodrich for treasurer, C.C. Boyle for police judge, George H. Turner and N.B. Chambers for councilmen, W.H. McLucas, C.J. Bills and L.W. Eldrige for school board. On the Citizens Non-Partisan High-License (for saloons) ticket were John Gellatly for mayor, Jay McDowell for clerk, John McCoy for police judge, Joe Butterbaugh and Robert Brock for councilmen.

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Real Estate

Real Estate

Feb. 27: Estate of Randy G. Schroeder to Kendan R. Garber: L7, B9 or Original Town of Fairbury.

Feb. 27: H. Elizabeth Lehman and L. L. Jim Lehman to Richard A. Hirschler and W. Jean Hirschler, Andre Hirschler and Dancy Hirschler and Lenora R. Hirschler and Tobias A. Magatti: SE1/4 of 26-3-4.

Feb. 27: Daniel Cumro and Tiffini Cumro to Cumro Family Farms, LLC: E1/2 SE1/4 of Section 33, and the W1/2 SW1/4 of 34-1-4.

Feb. 27: Stephen Cumro and Kaye Cumro to Cumro Family Farms, LLC: E1/2 SE1/4 of Section 33, and W1/2 SW1/4 of 34-1-4.

Feb. 27: Kenneth Cumro to Cumro Family Farms: E1/2 SE1/4 of Section 33, and W1/2 SW1/4 of 34-1-4.

Feb. 27: Janelle Wolt and Mike Wolt to Cumro Family Farms, LLC: E1/2 SE1/4 of Section 33, and W1/2 SW1/4 of 34-1-4.

Feb. 27: Dennis Lee Cumro to Cumro Family Farms, LLC: E1/2 SE1/4 of Section 33, and W1/2 SW1/4 of 34-1-4.

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