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Wed
08
Jun

Banahan Birth

Kristen and Ryan Banahan of Steele City would like to announce the birth of their son Logan Allen Banahan. He was born on April 15 weighing nine pounds and 20.5 inches long. 
Grandparents are Dave and Mary Banahan of Steele City and Bruce and JaNelle Weise of Jansen.
Great grandparents are Lynn and Elaine Banahan of Steele City, Norla Weise of Jansen and Virginia Ring of Marysville Kan.
Wed
08
Jun

Banahan Birth

BANAHAN
Kristen and Ryan Banahan of Steele City would like to announce the birth of their son Logan Allen Banahan. He was born on April 15 weighing nine pounds and 20.5 inches long. 
Grandparents are Dave and Mary Banahan of Steele City and Bruce and JaNelle Weise of Jansen.
Great grandparents are Lynn and Elaine Banahan of Steele City, Norla Weise of Jansen and Virginia Ring of Marysville Kan. 11p
Wed
08
Jun

Mildred Kerwood

The family of Mildred Kerwood is honoring her with a card shower for 80th birthday which is June 14.
Her children are Deb(Mike) Holes, Dianne(Don) Simpson, Doyle(Joann) Kerwood and Dawn(Dennis) Buckles.
Cards may be sent to 1228 F St, Fairbury, NE 68352.
Wed
08
Jun

Wilma Cerny

Wilma L. Cerny of Fairbury will be 100 on June 24. Her family would like to honor her with an Open House/Card Shower on Saturday, June 25 from 2-4 p.m. at the Fairbury Community Building in the City Park.
Cards may be sent to Wilma at 905 20th St, Fairbury, NE 68352.
No gifts please.
Wed
08
Jun

Joseph Jr. and Eleanor Baxa

 
The family of Joseph Jr. and Eleanor Baxa wish to honor them with a card shower for their 60th wedding anniversary June 12, 2016. They were married June 12, 1956 at St. Mary's Cathedral in Lincoln. They are the parents of three sons, five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Cards may be sent to them at 105 S. Pine, Tobias NE 68453.        11-12p
Wed
08
Jun

6-8-16

Marriages Licenses
David Duane Nicholson, 60, of Fairbury, to Debra Kay Hodgins, 55, of Fairbury.
Brandon James Bonar, 26, of Endicott, to Cassandra Lynn Nelson, 28, of Endicott.
Robbey Edward Barnts, 39, of Diller, to Shawna Lynn Nelson, 33, of Diller.
Barry Lane Pearson, 45, of Fairbury, to Anita Marie Arroyo, 48, of Fairbury.
Joshua Martin Span, 27, of Fairbury, to Odessa Michelle Ambrose, 33, of Fairbury.
Timothy Charles Washington, 32, of Fairbury, to Tiffanie Jean Fentress, 29, of Fairbury.
Real Estate:
May 13: J. Christopher Connell, a single person, to Jayme Crystal Atkins and Elsie Jane Graves: SW ¼ of section 19, township 2 N, range 1, E of the 6th P.M., Jefferson County.
May 13: Ruth Carol Meyer, a single person, to Daniel M. Hasley: Lot 3, Huber’s addition to Fairbury, Jefferson County. Subject to easements.
Wed
08
Jun

Toxic Algae Alert Released

The state has issued a health alert for toxic blue-green algae at Pawnee Lake in Lancaster County. Exposure to the algae toxins in the lake is a health threat.
The public is advised that swimming and activities which could cause accidental ingestion of water are not permitted. The designated swimming beaches are closed. While recreational boating and fishing are permitted, the public should avoid activities that could cause accidental ingestion of water as well as full immersion in water.
The risks to humans come from external exposure (prolonged contact with skin) and from swallowing the water.
Wed
08
Jun

Council Acts On Three Properties

 The Fairbury City Council served notice this week that they are committed to making local property owners take care of their grounds or else.
On Tuesday during a series of nuisance abatement hearings local city leaders ordered that the properties at 808 B Street, owned by Cindy Brinkman;1124 Fifth Street, owned by Kathy Thaemert and 603 B street, owned by Ryan Bartels, be cleaned up. 
Brinkman, whose property was identified as having trash and clutter in the back yard was given 10 days to clean her property up. Both Thaemert and Bartels were cited as having unsafe structures with each other dwellings. Both have been given 90 days to fix their respective properties.
Wed
08
Jun

Groundbreaking For Bonham Theater Planned For June 27

Officials from the Bonham Theater Project will host an official groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, June 27 in front of the theater.
Members of the Fairbury City Council voted on Tuesday to unanimously approve a request by the theater preservation/renovation group to close a portion of E Street for the event.
As presented the street will be closed from north of the alley to Sixth Street from noon to 1:30 p.m. Some of the parking will be blocked off at 7 a.m. Organizers plan on staging a large media event that will also be open to the public at 12:30 p.m. The group has been securing funding for several years to modernize and re-open the theater. Bids are currently being taken to begin the construction phase of the project.
 
 
Wed
08
Jun

Water Project Continues

It is down to dotting the ‘I’s’ and crossing the ‘T’s’ for the Village of Steele City.
The village board met Monday night to continue progress on a water project to shore up some issues with the water supply.
Bond attorney Tim Moll was hired, according to USDA regulations, as the bond attorney for the village for the water project.
“It is kind of like, how they explained it to me, if you have something medically wrong with you, like a heart problem, you go to a specialist,” Steele City Mayor Tammy Katz, said. “With this project, we need someone that specializes with the kinds of things we’re going to have to deal with like the loans and grants. Most of the attorneys are not bond attorneys.”
Moll is with the Rembolt/Ludtke of Lincoln and is on the Great Plains Federal Tax Institute, President, Board of Directors and is on the National Association of Bond Lawyers.

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