Region/State A6 State GRASS FIRE FORT CALHOUN — A man, his neighbors and firefighters have stopped flames from reaching the man’s home and others northwest of Fort Calhoun in eastern Nebraska. Val Goodman says his lawnmower burst into flames on Sunday, touching off the blaze. He called 911 and then used his garden hose to keep the blaze at bay. Neighbors soon joined him, and then firefighters arrived at the scene. The wind-whipped flames charred an estimated 30 to 40 acres, and a shed containing two classic cars was destroyed. The Associated Press Patrol: Gov. stands behind superintendent Continued from page A5 Another job interview panelist testified that Rice brought up to other panelists an unfounded rumor about Schreiber’s personal life and expressed concerns about the style and length of her hair. Schreiber, 54, remains with the patrol as a lieutenant in the field services division. HASTINGS TRIBUNE Monday, March 16, 2015 Firm proposes adding space to jail 10 staff evacuated The Associated Press LINCOLN — A Lincoln architectural firm has proposed adding more than 17,000 square feet to an old county jail it’s renovating, to the tune of up to $4 million. The Public Building Commission is renovating the old Lancaster County jail, located in Lincoln. Once a new entryway for inmates heading to court is completed by mid-June, crews will start demolition work on the building’s interior, the Lincoln Journal Star reported. The plan is to house various county departments inside, including adult probation, community corrections and the county attorney’s child support division. Eventually, all of the county attorney’s office will be in the building. Demolition inside the building is set to be complete by January. Construction of the new interior is expected to be done by late 2016. Architect Greg Newport said his firm has found a way to add floor space to the building’s third floor — now composed of holding cells around an area open to the floor below — by constructing a concrete and steel deck to close the open space. The move would increase the building’s interior space from 26,700 square feet to nearly 44,000 square feet. The new square footage could provide space to house the county’s juvenile probation office, Newport said. Maryland: Man makes license plate pilgrimage to Ohiowa Continued from page A5 Roit is retired from the postmaster position, as it was eliminated. The Ohiowa post office currently is served by area clerks. McCoy said he was thrilled to be in Ohiowa Saturday. “Ever since I was a child, I have always loved history, especially local history,” he said. “The smaller the town, the more fascinating.” In 1998, McCoy founded the Silver Spring Historical Society, which serves the city’s 80,000 residents. He is president of the organization. McCoy also been a specialcollection librarian for the Washington, D.C., Public Library since 2000. He works with the Washingtoniana Collection on the local history of the District of Columbia. McCoy beamed as he spoke of the joy he feels for his job. “I can’t believe I get paid for what I do,” he said. While his Maryland Ohiowa license plate adorns his auto- mobile, McCoy said, the Nebraska Ohiowa and Iowa Ohiowa ones will go back on the wall when he gets home. McCoy said he also has license plates of the states from the years he and his wife were born. McCoy plans to continue his quest for more Ohiowa license plates. “I keep looking all the time. It is my fantasy to find someone in Ohio who has Ohiowa plates.” amid Ebola scare CLARENCE ROY-MACAULAY AND ROBBIE COREY-BOULET The Associated Press FREETOWN, Sierra Leone — Ten health care workers with a Boston-based nonprofit organization responding to Sierra Leone’s Ebola outbreak are to be evacuated to the United States after one of their colleagues was infected with the deadly disease. Partners in Health said in a statement Saturday that the 10, the largest group to be evacuated to the United States over possible Ebola exposure, would travel on non-commercial aircraft and be isolated in Ebola treatment facilities. Four of the 10 health care workers arrived at Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha around 5:30 p.m. Saturday, spokesman Taylor Wilson said Sunday. None of them were sick, but if they do develop Ebola they will be treated in the hospital’s specialized biocontainment unit. The others will be monitored at U.S. hospitals with experience treating the disease in Atlanta and in Bethesda, Maryland. On March 11, a Partners in Health medical worker in Sierra Leone tested positive for Ebola, and the 10 fellow workers “came to the aid of their ailing colleague,” the organization’s statement said. The 10 have not shown signs of Ebola and Partners in Health said the evacuations were ordered “out of an abundance of caution.” “They will remain in isolation near designated U.S. Ebola treatment facilities to ensure access to rapid testing and treatment in the unlikely instance that any become symptomatic,” the group’s statement said. The Partners in Health staffer who became infected has already been evacuated and is receiving treatment at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Partners in Health did not specify a timeline for the remaining evacuations and a representative of the U.S. Embassy in Freetown, Sierra Leone’s capital, referred questions to Partners in Health and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Partners in Health began treating Ebola patients in Liberia and Sierra Leone last November, and the health care worker who tested positive for Ebola on March 11 is the first staff member to fall ill “as a result of a confirmed occupational exposure,” the group said. Public Notices Supervisors Proceedings COURTHOUSE, HASTINGS, NEBRASKA Tuesday, March 3, 2015 The Board met in regular session and took the following actions: •Took roll call and declared a quorum. •Approved minutes from the February 17, 2015 meeting. •Reviewed gravel bids for 2015 road projects; awarding of bids differed to a later date. •Held a Public Hearing for proposed amendment to sign regulations. •Approved amendments to Adams County sign regulations. •Approved an Interlocal Agreement between the counties of Adams, Clay, Fillmore, Gage, Jefferson, Nuckolls, Saline, Thayer and Webster as well as the Upper Big Blue NRD, and the Little Blue NRD for, Cooperative All Hazards Mitigation Planning. •Met in closed session – for the protection of the public interest. •Approved designating Felicia Buechle with Krull Agency, the AFLAC representative assigned to Adams County. COUNTY GENERAL Secretary of State, Supplies/Voting-20.00; Ann Hinton, Mileage Allowance-57.73; Jim Kuhn, Travel Expenses120.49; Hastings Tribune, Miscellaneous-105.00; Great White Shredding, Miscellaneous-158.73; Marshall & Swift, Dues/Subscription/Registration/Training-954.15; Nebraska Planning & Zoning Association, Dues, Subscription/Registration-230.00; NACO Planning & Zoning, Dues/Subscription/Registration-30.00; Adams County Court, County Court Costs-1,721.26; AS Central Services, Dues/Subscription/Registration/Training-13.00; Business World Products, Supplies/Office-1,066.40; CEI Security & Sound, Inc., Office Equipment Repair-112.50; Eakes Office Solutions, Supplies/Office-172.89; Hometown Leasing, Equipment Rental/Office-625.00; Northeast Nebraska Juvenile Service, Juvenile Care Costs9,860.00; Redfield & Company, Inc., Dues/Subscription/Registration/Training-98.88; Walmart, County Court Costs-27.37; Joyce Hasselbalch, Court Costs-38.75; Skalka & Baack Law Firm, Attorney Fees/Court Appoint-1,231.94; Skalka & Baack Law Firm, Attorney Fees/Court Appoint-1,055.50; Sullivan Shoemaker, P.C., Attorney Fees/Court Appoint-3,412.50; Sullivan Shoemaker, P.C., Attorney Fees/Court Appoint466.50; Theobald Law Office, Attorney Fees/Court Appoint-237.50; Auto Value/Hastings, Other Equipment Repair-93.99; Marathon Systems, Chemicals Un Res340.85; A&A Leasing, Inc., Contract Service-1,000.00; Acco Brands Direct, Supplies/Office-36.98; BG&S Transmissions, Equipment/Fuel-1,983.35; Big G Commercial Hardware, Inc., Uniform Allowance-15.63; City of Hastings, Contract Service-8,343.21; Cooperative Producers, Inc., Equipment/Fuel-413.15; Eakes Office Solutions, Supplies/Office-31.59; Great White Shredding, Law Enforcement Costs-31.59; Kenesaw Motor Company, Inc., Equipment/Fuel-42.85; Platte Valley of Hastings, Equipment/Fuel-685.00; Platte Valley of Hastings, Radio Repair-87.50; Reed Supply Company, Law Enforcement Costs-62.74; Jerry Spady Pontiac Cadillac, Inc., Equipment/Fuel-19.00; West Payment Center, Dues/Subscription/Registration/Training-788.58; West Payment Center, Contract Service-219.42; Young Men's Christian Association, Miscellaneous-77.50; Cassie L. Baldwin, Coroner Costs-25.00; David A. Bergin, Coroner Costs-25.00; Andrew C. Butler, Coroner Costs-25.00; Jordan Osborne, Coroner Costs-25.00; Brent D. Quandt, Coroner Costs-25.00; Business World Products, Supplies/Office-913.14; Carpenter Reporting, Inc., Court Costs-164.55; Adams County Attorney, Court Costs14.00; Adams County Attorney, Court Costs-14.00; Great White Shredding, Court Costs-53.30; Hall County Court, Court Costs-2.00; Hometown Leasing, Equipment Rental/Office-631.81; McGrady LP, Data Processing Software-660.00; Software Unlimited, Data Processing Software-859.16; Quill Corporation, Supplies/Office-187.18; Hall County Sheriff, Juvenile Costs-7.82; Howard County Sheriff, Court Costs-18.58; Nuckolls County Sheriff, Juvenile Costs-33.73; York County Sheriff''s Office, Juvenile Costs-19.00; Seiler & Parker, P.C., Attorney Fees/Court Appoint-1,018.50; Skalka & Baack Law Firm, Attorney Fees/Court Appoint-4,375.50; Telephone Systems of Nebraska, Telephone Services163.09; Verizon Wireless, Telephone Services-1,576.87; REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE PURCHASE AND DEVELOPMENT OF PROPERTY IN THE CITY OF HASTINGS, NEBRASKA BY THE COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Notice is hereby given that the Community Redevelopment Authority of the City of Hastings, Nebraska, is requesting proposals from private developers or any persons interested in undertaking the redevelopment of all or any part of a group of properties in Hastings, Nebraska, and described as follows: Buildings 731-733 West 2nd Street – 3 Story Building (Zoned C-2, Central Business) 105 North Hastings Avenue – 2 Story Building (Zoned C2 Central Business) 3211 West 12th – (Zoned C-3 PD, Commercial Business – Planned District) Vacant Lots 1123 West “E” Street, 838 South St. Joseph, 218 East South, 131 East 3rd, 415 South Burlington, 423 South Burlington, 102 North Colorado Avenue, 734-742 South ; , p , ; Windstream Communication, Telephone Services190.00; Windstream, Telephone Services-2,527.84; Windstream, Telephone Services-198.00; Adams County Jail/Sheriff, Board of Prisoners/Food-2,497.20; Allen's of Hastings, Inc., Law Enforcement Costs-45.00; Allen's of Hastings, Inc., Janitorial Supplies-7.64; Aus Des Moines McLockbox, Miscellaneous-94.00; Bert's Rexall Drugs, Inc., Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-266.45; Bert's Rexall Drugs, Inc., Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners128.63; Buffalo County Sheriff's Office, Board of Prisoners/Food-11,520.00; Buffalo County Sheriff's Office, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-164.32; Cash-Wa Candy Company, Commissary-972.46; Cash-Wa Candy Company, Laundry/Prisoners-174.56; Cash-Wa Candy Company, Janitorial Supplies-59.78; Cash-Wa Candy Company, Law Enforcement Supplies-109.12; Cash-Wa Distributing, Board of Prisoners/Food-413.89; Cash-Wa Distributing, Commissary-62.20; Cash-Wa Distributing, Board of Prisoners/Food-892.52; CEI Security & Sound, Inc., Other Equipment Repair-75.00; Community Health Center/MLMH, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-310.64; Community Health Center/MLMH, MedicineHospital/Prisoners-188.27; Computer Hardware, Inc., Data Processing Costs-222.95; Consolidated Management Company, Mileage Allowance-542.00; Cornhusker Press, Inc., Sheriff/Motor Vehicle Insurance-109.67; Cornhusker Press, Inc., Printing/Publishing-323.82; Corrisoft, LLC, Board of Prisoners/Food-877.50; Crawford Supply Company, Commissary-16.92; State of Nebraska, Board of Prisoners/Food-7,947.78; State of Nebraska, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-720.96; Frito-Lay, Commissary-368.32; Frito-Lay, Board of Prisoners/Food-171.88; Frito-Lay, Commissary-606.72; Guarantee Electric, Company, Other Equipment Repair50.70; Hall County Department of Corrections, Board of Prisoners/Food-17,042.54; Hall County Department of Corrections, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-51.47; Island View Dental, P.C., Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-68.00; Keith's Pharmacies, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners168.39; Keith's Pharmacies, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-614.06; Mary Lanning Healthcare, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-95.42; Mary Lanning Professional Services, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-88.21; Overhead Door, Travel Expenses-127.50; Physician Emergency Services, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-53.19; The Physician Network, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners-79.00; Saint Francis Medical Center, Medicine-Hospital/Prisoners1,385.28; Williams Exterminating, Inc., Miscellaneous46.00; Windstream, Commissary-67.27; Adams County Clerk, Postal Services-1,124.42; Capital Business Systems, Equipment Rental/Office-202.00; Century Link, Telephone Services-117.06; Computer Hardware, Inc., Office Equipment Repair-197.95; Eakes Office Solutions, Office Equipment Repair-81.98; Fifth Street Printing, Miscellaneous-66.00; Glenwood Telephone Company, Telephone Services-49.95; Great White Shredding, Miscellaneous-88.66; Kmart, Supplies/Office81.56; Minden Office Supply, Supplies/Office-26.68; Nebraska Technology & Telecommunications, Inc., Telephone Services-140.42; Officemax, Inc., Supplies/Office523.38; U.S. Postmaster, Postal Services-84.00; Windstream, Telephone Services-28.34; Woodward's Disposal Service, Miscellaneous-35.00; City of Hastings, Ambulance Costs-5,208.33; Chip Volcek, Cell Phones25.00; Computer Consultants, Inc., Miscellaneous22.50; Hastings Utilities, Utilities-225.43; Grace's Locksmith Services, Supplies/Shop-60.00; Larry Einspahr, Telephone Services-25.00; Harvey Goings, Telephone Services-25.00; Robert Rust, Telephone Services-25.00; Arnie Sommer III, Telephone Services-25.00; Roger Wengler, Miscellaneous-58.50; Auto Value/Hastings, Small Tools, Etc.-9.49; Auto Value/Hastings, Road Equipment Repair Parts-83.95; Auto Value/Hastings, Supplies/Shop-40.52; Auto Value/Hastings, Road Equipment Repair Parts-44.33; Auto Value/Hastings, Small Tools, Etc.-70.22; Auto Value/Hastings, Supplies/Shop118.36; Auto Value/Hastings, Road Equipment Repair Parts-352.87; Auto Value/Hastings, Supplies/Miscellaneous-29.99; Auto Value/Hastings, Road Equipment Repair Parts-15.12; Auto Value/Hastings, Supplies/Shop-107.19; Axis Capital, Inc., Equipment Rental/Office-360.00; BGNE, Equipment/Fuel-969.60; Bosselman Energy Inc., Equipment/Fuel-12,081.55; Eakes Office Solutions, Office Equipment-766.40; Eakes Office Solutions, Janitorial Supplies-37.98; Eakes Office Solutions, Supplies/Office-8.87; Eakes Office Solutions, T h gi l 89 43 F t lC S ll T l Et Lexington and 403 South Cedar. Redevelopment contract proposals should be submitted to the undersigned. The Authority shall consider any proposal and the financial and legal ability of the prospective redevelopers to carry out the proposal. The Authority may negotiate with any developers for proposals for the lease or purchase of any real property and the Authority may accept such redevelopment contract proposal as is deems to be in the public interest and in the furtherance’s of the purposes of the Community Development Law, Neb. Stat. 18-2101 et seq., as amended from time to time. Further information is available and may be obtained at the office of the Authority. COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF HASTINGS, NEBRASKA Randal Chick, Director 301 South Burlington Hastings, Nebraska 68901 Phone (402) 461-8415 [email protected] March 2, 9, 16, 2015 , pp ; , Technical-89.43; Fastenal Company, Small Tools, Etc.129.99; Fastenal Company, Supplies/Shop-10.99; FleetPride, Road Equipment Repair Parts-87.00; Island Supply Welding Company, Welding Supplies/Chains-173.83; Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc., Welding Supplies/Chains-38.59; NAPA Auto Parts, Supplies/Shop-211.17; NMC Exchange, LLC, Road Equipment Repair Parts-61.50; NMC Exchange, LLC, Road Equipment Repair Labor132.25; NMC Exchange, LLC, Supplies/Shop-56.00; NMC Exchange, LLC, Road Equipment Repair Parts637.34; NMC Exchange LLC, Supplies/Shop-70.00; Olsson Associates, Bridge Contracts-2,610.00; First Call, Machinery Equipment Grease Oil-99.99; First Call, Supplies/Shop-102.84; Raynor Garage Doors, Inc., Building Repair-100.00; Road Building Machine & Supply, Road Equipment Repair Parts-32.66; Road Building Machine & Supply, Express/Freight-17.23; Roseland Energy Aurora Co-op, Equipment/Fuel-36.64; Sandra's Cleaning Service, Janitorial Agreements-530.00; Sanitary Outdoor Service, Inc., Janitorial Supplies-276.75; Bonnavilla Plaza Corporation, Public Assistance-210.00; Gateway Rentals, Public Assistance-210.00; Crosier Park Pharmacy, Public Assistance-215.79; LivingstonButler-Volland, County Burials-1,535.00; Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska, Handi-Bus-2,285.16; Foote Realty Company, Inc., Hazardous Materials2,100.00; Hastings Tribune, Printing/Publishing-230.66; Adams County Court, County Court Costs-336.00; Adams County Court, County Court Costs-48.00; Adams County Court, County Court Costs-240.00; Health & Human Services, Institutional Costs-1,116.00; MIPS, Budget Preparation Costs-38.80; Preferred Mail Service, Inc., Postal Services-3,000.00; U.S. Postal Service, Postal Services-200.00; Region III Program Administration Office, Emergency Services, (EPC I)-721.89; Zee Medical Service, Safety Equipment-112.35; ASAAP, Alcoholism Services Act-833.34; CASA, CASA-2,833.34; Hastings Economic Development, Economic Development-1,666.67; Heartland Pet Connection, Humane Society Expense-416.67; Meals on Wheels, Local Match708.34; Midland Area Agency on Aging, Area Agency on Aging Cost-1,233.42; Mid-Nebraska Individual Service, Developmentally Disabled Service-2,613.67; Region III Program Administration Office, Mental Health Services Act-5,490.00; Spouse Abuse/Sexual Assault, Domestic Abuse-1,041.67; RSVP, Local Match-416.67; South Heartland District Health, Head Start-191.67; Central D i s t r i c t C o u n t y O f f i c i a l s , Dues/Subscription/Registration/Training-30.00; Central District County Officials, Dues/Subscription/Registration60.00; Central District County Officials, Dues/Subscription/Registration-30.00; Central District County Officials, Law Enforcement Costs-30.00; Mid-American BenefitHealth, Health/Accident/County-5,788.24; Mid-American Benefit, Health, Health/Accident/County-2,470.18; MidAmerican Benefit-Health, Health/Accident/County5,850.31; Mid-American Benefit-Health, Health/Accident/County-2,470.18; Mid-American BenefitHealth, Health/Accident/County-5,364.30; Mid-American Benefit-Health, Health/Accident/County-643.32; MidAmerican Benefit-Health, Health/Accident/County2,353.90; Mid-American Benefit-Health, Health/Accident/County-4,604.70; Mid-American BenefitHealth, Health/Accident/County-643.32; Mid-American Benefit-Health, Health/Accident/County-4,180.76; MidAmerican Benefit-Health, Health/Accident/County4,064.48; Mid-American Benefit-Health, Health/Accident/County-3,010.40; Mid-American BenefitHealth, Health/Accident/County-14,909.36; Mid-American Benefit-Health, Health/Accident/County-9,955.82; Mid-American Benefit-Health, Grants-643.32; Mid-American Benefit-Health, Health/Accident/County-14,922.54; COUNTY LIBRARY City of Hastings, Library-12,457.50; INHERITANCE TAX Adams County Historical Society, Historical Society1,033.34; /s/Ramona R. Thomas County Clerk /s/Chuck Neumann County Clerk Chairman /s/Pamela J. Witte Deputy Clerk March 16, 2015 Notice of Dissolution of Boyd Beverages, Inc. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Boyd Beverages, Inc., a Nebraska corporation (the "Corporation"), has filed Articles of Dissolution with the Nebraska Secretary of State on December 23, 2014, and the Corporation is in the process of voluntary dissolution. The terms and conditions of such dissolu- Cutting Back? Look for the latest coupon values in the Hastings Tribune and save money without skimping on the important stuff. Call 402462-2131 to subscribe. tion are, in general, that all debts and obligations of the Corporation are to be fully paid and satisfied or adequate provision is to be made therefore. Timothy J. Boyd, President of the Corporation, will wind up and liquidate the Corporation's business and affairs. The Corporation has no assets or liabilities as of the date thereof. March 16, 23, 30, 2015 The Hastings Tribune is your key to a sucessful search. From new homes to rentals in every price range, our classiﬁeds can help open the door to your next home. FORMAL NOTICE TO BIDDERS FOR WHELAN ENERGY CENTER UNIT 1 (WEC1) MERCURY CONTROL EQUIPMENT CONSTRUCTION FOR HASTINGS UTILITIES HASTINGS, NEBRASKA Formal Contract No. HU 2015-03 FC-18 Sealed Proposals will be received by Board of Public Works, 1228 North Denver Avenue, P.O. Box 289, Hastings, Nebraska 68902 until 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 31, 2015, at which time they will be opened and read aloud for WEC1 Mercury Control Equipment Construction for Hastings Utilities, Hastings, Nebraska. Proposals received after the above time and date will be returned unopened to the party submitting the proposal. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a cashier’s check, certified check on a solvent U.S. commercial bank, or a bid bond in an amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the total bid in accordance with Exhibit A of this specification. Such check or bid bond shall be contained in a separate envelope attached to bidder’s proposal. All proposal and bid bonds shall have original signatures. The Board of Public Works reserves the right to accept the bid which best suits its needs whether the price is the lowest or not, to reject any or all bids, and to waive any informalities. Prospective bidders may secure a copy of the Proposal Form, including Plans and Specifications, at the office of the Manager of Utilities, 1228 North Denver Avenue, Hastings, Nebraska. FOR THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Marvin H. Schultes Manager of Hastings Utilities March 16, 23, 2015 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder on April 10, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. in the main lobby of the Adams County Courthouse 500 West 4th Street, Hastings, Nebraska 68901: THE SOUTH FIFTY (S 50) FEET OF LOT FIVE (5) BLOCK FOUR (4), HAIRE'S ADDITION TO THE CITY OF HASTINGS, ADAMS COUNTY, NEBRASKA, ACCORDING TO THE RECORDED PLAT THEREOF. All subject to any and all: (1) real estate taxes, (2) special assessments, (3) easements, covenants, restrictions, ordinances, and resolutions of record which affect the property, and (4) unpaid water bills, (5) prior mortgages and trust deed of record and (6) ground leases of record. The purchaser is responsible for all fees or taxes. This sale is made without any warranties as to title or condition of the property. By: Eric Lemp, Trustee, NSBA #24096 Kozeny & McCubbin, LC 12400 Olive Boulevard, Suite 555 St. Louis, Missouri 63141 (314) 991-0255 Published in the Hastings Tribune K&M Filename: STRJANO7 THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR AND ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN FROM YOU WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 2015 9 30 a e Cou ty Court of Adams County, Notice TO: DEAN FULLERTON, 500 West 4th Street, Hastings, Nebraska 68901. If Defendant You are notified that on sufficient cause be not February 24, 2015, Uni- shown to the contrary, the fund CCR Partners filed its action shall stand revived. UNIFUND CCR motion to revive judgment PARTNERS, against you in the County Plaintiff, Court of Adams County, By Dean J. Jungers Nebraska, at Case No. CI #12118 05-869. 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