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Real Estate

Oct. 24: Dorothy M. Dondlinger to Tyler J. Novotny and Billie K. Novotny: L17-18, B20 of Original Town of Daykin.

Oct. 25: Tanner A. Benash to Kelly Brian Pflanz and Lisa Marie Pflanz: W20 of the E115 of L1 of Knispels Additions to Plymouth.

Oct. 25: Janice M. Weeks to Ronald L. Bear, Jr.: N2 of L14, and all of L15, and L16 except the N12, B1 of Schwag Addition to the City of Fairbury.

Oct. 25: Wendell W. Gronemeyer and Lois Gronemeyer to the Village of Plymouth: L1-3, B1 of First Addition to Plymouth.

Nov. 1: Katherine E. Wadsworth and Robert H. Short and Dorleen K. Short to Kris Peterson: L3, 4, 5, 7, 8, B1, with exceptions, of Luces Addition to the City of Fairbury.

Nov. 1: Estate of Joyce M. Schmidt to Kimberly A. Bush, Kendra J. Weers, and Kevin L. Schmidt: An undivided one-third interest each in SW1/4 of 33-2-3.

Nov. 1: Dane R. Beckworth to Mark A. Spencer and Dani K. Spencer: A tract of land in NE1/4 of 21-3-2.

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Marriage License

Russell Lee Aden, 65, of Fairbury, and Camille Angelica De Guzman Salaysay, 25, of Fairbury.

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Court News

Filed

Tiona M. Bstandig, of Fairbury: Assault - third degree in Aug. 24 incident, class 1 misdemeanor.

Andrew P. Cook, of Lincoln: DUI- third office in Sept. 27 incident, class W misdemeanor; no valid registration, class 3 misdemeanor; speeding, infraction.

Timothy J. Holle, of Fairbury: Driving under suspension in Sept. 26 incident, class 3 misdemeanor; no proof of insurance, class 2 misdemeanor; no valid registration, class 3 misdemeanor.

Scott A. Troxel, of Fairbury: Assault of an officer or health care professional - third degree, in Oct. 16 incident, class 3A felony.

Shelley A. Uglow, of Sterling: No proof of insurance in Sept. 12 incident, class 2 misdemeanor; no valid registration, class 3 misdemeanor; speeding, infraction.

Daniel C. Worton, no address listed: Procuring/selling alcohol to a minor in Oct. 12 incident, class 1 misdemeanor; false reporting, class 1 misdemeanor; driving under suspension, class 3 misdemeanor.

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Traffic Report

Paul V. Schramm, of Fairbury: Operation of an unregistered vehicle, $73 fine.

Dave E. Kettelhut, of Fairbury: Overweight axle by 2,200 pounds, 6.5 percent, $123 fine.

Carol A. Krueger, of Omaha: Speeding 74-60, $123 fine.

James D. Paugh, of Hebron: Speeding 75-60, $123 fine.

Jericho A. Fief, of Clay Center, Kan.: Speeding 69-60, $73 fine.

Michael T. Dux, of Fairbury: Overweight axle by 8,000 pounds, 23.5 percent; overweight on steering axle tire rating; no proof of ownership, $698 in fines.

Benjamin K. Roehrs, of Lincoln: Speeding 72-60, $123 fine.

Marvin R. Nelson, of Beatrice: Driving CMV without obtaining a CDL, $148 fine.

Nicholas E. Dean, of Fairbury: Careless driving, $148 fine.

Bradley S. Parr, of Sutton: Overweight axle by 2,600 pounds, 7.6 percent, $123 fine.

Douglas W. May, of Fairbury: No operators license, $123 fine.

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Sheriff's Report

Oct. 31: Paul Herring, of Plymouth, was driving a 2009 Pontiac south on 578 Ave. near 717 Road when Herring swerved to miss a deer and the vehicle went into the ditch. Damages were estimated at $3,000.

Nov. 1: Kolby D. Garrett, of Endicott, was driving a 1999 Chevrolet west on Highway 8 east of 710 Road when the vehicle collided with a deer. Damages were estimated at $1,500.

Nov. 3: William L. Koss, of Hubbell, was driving a 2008 Ford pickup truck between 702 and 703 Road when the vehicle collided with a deer. No damage estimate was available.

Nov. 4: Sandra S. Colgrove, of Odell, was driving a 2008 Mercury west on Highway 8 east of 579 Ave. when the vehicle collided with a deer. Damages were estimated at $5,000.

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Police Report

Oct. 31: Report of an attempted suicide in the 1300 block of Maple Street.

Oct. 31: Report of a domestic disturbance in the 1200 block of F Street. A male and female were arrested.

Nov. 1: Report of criminal mischief in the 600 block of 4th Street.

Nov. 1: Report of criminal mischief in the 1300 block of H Street.

Nov. 1: Report of harassment in the 700 block of 8th Street.

Nov. 2: Report of a disturbance in the 1000 block of West Street.

Nov. 2: Report of a gas drive off in Fairbury.

Nov. 2: Report of a missing juvenile in Fairbury.

Nov. 2: Report of a burglary in the 800 block of Ash Street.

Nov. 2: Report of a disturbance in the 800 block of C Street.

Nov. 3: Report of a theft at Wal-Mart.

Nov. 4: Katherine D. Kujath, of Beatrice, was driving a 2005 Cadillac south in the 1800 block of I Street when the vehicle collided with a deer. Damage was estimated at $2,000.

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Winterization for Outdoor Pets

Voice for Companion Animals will once again be offering free straw for dogs or cats living outside.

This is an opportunity to help keep companion animals warm throughout the winter.

Please call (402) 819-8799 and leave a message. We will take messages for ten days, and then purchase and deliver the straw in the Beatrice, Wymore and Fairbury area.

If you would like to volunteer to help with this delivery, or make a financial contribution that will be used to purchase supplies for this mission, please email us at the email address below.

For more information about Voice for Companion Animals, visit their website at:

www.voiceforcompanionanimals.com, email: info@voiceforcompanionanimals.com, or call (402) 819-8799.

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The Majestic Offers a Refreshing Evening

It may not affect you as much as it does me, but the entire time Ive lived in Fairbury, there has never been a movie theater.

It has been more than 18 months since Ive seen a major motion picture inside the walls of a true theater.

In Sioux City, I went to the local mall theater every once-in-a-while but really I mostly rely on my big giant flat screen television for my movie watching.

Last Saturday, I was rather stumped for entertainment so I went to the movies in Hebron.

Ive never been inside the Majestic Theater in Hebron and found the small front lobby tight but functional. The personalities of the folks inside the door well made up for the small lobby area.

I went to the first cash register to find the ticket price was a mere $5.

I havent paid that little for a movie ticket since I dont know when.

Thats a bargain!

So I figured they would probably make it up at the concession stand, right?

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Letters To The Editor

What Life Was Meant To Really Be

Editor:

This early morning I got a call from a neighbor telling me that our neighbors wife had passed away. Betty had been in a nursing home for nine years with that terrible disease that prevents us from knowing anyone or anything or as we assume. Anyhow, I had to reflect on her husband Bill, who had for nine years been that faithful and loving husband I would think all wives would so much appreciate, and I am only talking about the nine years of her poor health, not to mention all the years preceding that, ok.

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Make Time to Talk a Vet Before You Miss Your Chance

This column should have been written a week ago.

Veterans Day has already passed.

And like my Veterans Day column I should have made the time to talk to my Dad about his service in the Army in World War II; He too is passed.

As a boy I can remember asking my Dad, Were you in the war? He said he was. Did you kill anyone? I honestly dont remember his answer. It was a subject he didnt talk about and as a boy my attention span quickly moved on to something else. It was something however that I always intended to talk to him about when I got older. I never got around to it.

I dont know much about my Dads service in the Army other than he was a sergeant stationed in France and Belgium on an ammunition trainthat was blown up. There have always been rumblings in the family that he hid a girl from the Nazis, standing in freezing water underneath a bridge with her in his arms all night.

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