Judge Christina Marroquin
County Clerk Patty McEvoy
Bradley G. Williams and Amy L. Williams vs. Mitchell P. Williams; Bruce L. Williams, trustee of Bruce L. Williams Revocable Trust; Amy M. Williams, trustee of Amy M. Williams Revocable Trust; Bruce Williams; Amy M. Williams; and John Doe and Jane Doe, real names unknown, order to dismiss.
Penny Mandina vs. Kevin Mandina, decree of dissolution.
State of Nebraska vs. Cale Tweedy, Colon, driving under the influence-first offense, sentenced to six months probation, $500 fine, license revoked 60 days, Interlock device.
State of Nebraska vs. Domingo Anibal R. Rafael, Crete, driving under suspension/before reinstated-state, sentenced to $25 fine, license revoked one year.
Saunders County Sheriff
Speeding: Kenneth M. Gordman, Ashland, $200.
No valid registration-car/pickup/step van: Jacob F. May, Omaha, $25.
Careless driving: Nathan R. Sudik, Wahoo, $100.
No operator’s license/waiverable: Pilar Perez Garcia, Fremont, $75.
Nebraska State Patrol
No valid registration-car/pickup/step van: Jasmine N. Hunter, Lincoln, $25.
Unlawful/fictitious display of plates/renew tabs: Jasmine N. Hunter, Lincoln, $50.
Ashland Police Department
No operator’s license: Mark L. Rico, Memphis, $75.
Misuse of learner’s permit: Erinn Y. Cruzata Rivera, Lincoln, $100.
Improper/defective vehicle lighting: Erinn Y. Cruzata Rivera, Lincoln, $25.
No valid registration-car/pickup/step van: Rex P. Davis, Ashland, $25.
Register of Deeds
David and Crystal Keiser to David and Crystal Keiser, lot 5, 6, 7 in block 28, Yutan of Yutan.
M.E. Collins Contracting Company, Inc. to M.E. Collins Contracting Company, Inc., 35-15-07 partial SW 1/4 SE 1/4.
Loran J. and Karen K. Houska to M.E. Collins Contracting Company, Inc., 35-15-07 partial SW 1/4 SE 1/4.
Donald L. Veskerna Trust to Larry D. Veskerna, et al, and Claudia J. Beasley, et al, partial lot 5, 6, in block 7, Wahoo of Wahoo.
Norma J. Veskerna Trust to Donald L. Veskerna Trust, partial lot 5, 6, in block 7, Wahoo of Wahoo.
Gordon F. and Cara J. Glade to Oak Hill Capital, LLC, lot 183, Sandy Pointe Lake Development First Addition of Rural Subdivisions.
Thoms Family Trust to Dale Thoms, 01-13-08 partial SE 1/4 SW 1/4, S 1/2 SE 1/4, 06-13-09 SW 1/4.
Steven W. Johnson Trust to Harold O. Kolb, 09-13-09 W 1/2 SW 1/4.
Craig R. and Yvonne M. Hughes to Gerald D. County Trust, lot 3, Faith Place of Ashland.
Andrew N. and Leighanne Loges to Thomas J. and Jenelle Porter, partial lot 9, 10 in block 25, Stambaughs Second of Ashland.
Bradley G. and Amy L. Williams to Bruce L. and Amy M. Williams, 28-17-06 partial SW 1/4 SE 1/4.
Bruce L. and Amy M. Williams, et al, and Mitchell P. Williams, et al, to Bradley G. and Amy L. Williams, 28-17-06 NW 1/4 SE 1/4, S 1/2 SE 1/4.
Jacob D. and Christina M. Hansen to Jacob D. and Christina M. Hansen, 28-16-07 partial NE 1/4 NE 1/4.
Marlin L. Jorgensen to Jacob D. and Christina M. Hansen, 28-16-07 partial NE 1/4 NE 1/4.
Mueller Farms, LLC to 3126 Properties, LLC, 33-16-07 NW 1/4 NE 1/4, partial NE 1/4 NW 1/4, NW 1/4 NW 1/4.
Sabatka Bros, Inc. to Beverly A. Johnson Trust, lot 1R, Hospital Subdivisions First Replat of Wahoo.
Wesley A. and Kathleen R. Giehler to Zachary Gainforth, et al, and Brianna Craig, et al, lot 8, Valla Heights 4-16-8 of Rural Subdivisions.
Harold F. and Judith A. Rosenkotter to Jeanine F. Tillman Estate, lot 2 in block 1, Riverview 34-17-8 of Rural Subdivisions; lot 2 in block 1, Riverview First 34-17-8 of Rural Subdivisions.
Nelson Gas and Oil Co. to Whitehead Oil Company, lot 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and partial lot 10 in block 2, Jensens of Valparaiso.
Terence L. and Terri L. Chmelka to Terence L. Chmelka Trust, et al, and Terri L. Chmelka Trust, et al, 07-14-05 NW 1/4 SW 1/4, S 1/2 NW 1/4; 09-13-05 E 1/2 SW 1/4.
Current board members Kathy Cherovsky, Susan Thomas, Dean Curtis, Glenn Baumert and Marsha Rogers were all reappointed to finish their terms. Last week's matter of appointing SMC board members came after a discovery by the county attorney in the state statutes. "This creates a number of questions the county board needs to address," said Tingelhoff. To rectify this, Tingelhoff said the county board needed to officially ratify all of the SMC board's past actions. The board then reappointed five of the seven people to the SMC Board of Trustees.1 month ago Wahoo Newspaper
BATTLE CREEK – In a 35-plus team tournament at Battle Creek on Jan. 16, the Wahoo, Raymond Central and Cedar Bluffs girls wrestling teams took eighth, 23rd and 32nd place with 102, 26 and 15 points. Winning the meet was South Sioux City with 202 points and the host Battle Creek was runner-up with 164. In the quarterfinal and the semifinal Ricketts won by pin in 1:10 and 1:26 against Calie Cockburn of Tri-County and Annabelle Poppe of Crofton. At 170 pounds, Ricketts continued to dominate on her way to getting first. Raymond Central hosted their home invite and Wahoo competed in the Trailblazer Conference Invite at home at 4 p.m. on Jan. 27.2 months ago Wahoo Newspaper
Seattle and Washington State have always had all sorts of puritanical, wacky, nonsense laws about serving liquor. The Rabbit Box94 Pike St, therabbitboxseattle.comThe Hemingway Burger, wrapped in a copy of Ernest Hemingway’s own recipe at the Rabbit Box. Clock-Out Lounge4864 Beacon Ave S, clockoutlounge.comBeets by Schrute Salad at Breezy Town Pizza inside Clock-Out Lounge. Nestled inside the Beacon Hill venue, you’ll find Breezy Town Pizza serving up a cheesy yet structurally sound pie or slice. You might not summon a demon, but your bartender will be rightfully annoyed and deserve a more than generous tip.2 months ago The Stranger: Seattle's Only Newspaper
This month, they stayed closer to home, with a presentation by the local public school superintendent describing the district’s current building project. Brandon Lavaley, superintendent of Wahoo Public Schools, spoke to the GWDF during the monthly lunch meeting on Jan. 4 at Heritage Inn in Wahoo. A second project, outside of the $40 million project, is also planned to upgrade the HVAC system at the elementary school. “If we would’ve waited three or four months, it would’ve cost us $4 million,” Lavaley said. “We have capacity issues at the elementary, middle school and high school and we have to try to address those in one project,” Lavaley said.2 months ago Wahoo Newspaper
“That’s kind of cool.”But the landmark status becomes much less cool when you remember the crushing reality of the housing crisis. Still, the measure's opponents, Council Members Morales and Mosqueda, argued that a Walgreens should not be prioritized over additional units in the face of a housing crisis. https://t.co/PkG7IKNlWE January 11, 2023Some customers at the landmark Walgreens shared the council majority’s admiration for the midcentury architecture. Herbold proposed an amendment that maintained the controls and incentives for the former bank building but excluded the parking lot, drive-thru, and breeze way. She won’t seek re-election in 2023, and District 1 can replace her with someone who takes the housing crisis seriously.2 months ago The Stranger: Seattle's Only Newspaper
Even at 3 am, when I haunted my house for 2 hours after sleeping for 4 hours, the wind was more soothing than concerning. One tree landed on top of a car... A tree also hit a UPS truck in Redmond, going right through its roof. As the great political economist Noam Yuran points out in work after work, capitalist development has two traditions. By nominating Donald Trump as Speaker of the House, Rep. Matt Gaetz attempted to become a member of that race called "wanna be startin’ somethin’." My vote for Speaker of the House today?2 months ago The Stranger: Seattle's Only Newspaper
Here is a look at events that took place in Saunders County in the first half of 2022. The Saunders County Education Agency was formed on Nov. 15, 2021 through the interlocal agreement. Jon Frazer was sworn in as the new deputy county attorney for Saunders County by Saunders County Court Judge Andrew Lange on Feb. 17 at the Saunders County Courthouse in Wahoo. The Warriors came in first place with 138 points, 60.5 points in front of second place Elkhorn. Lori Springer, of Valparaiso, was sentenced by Saunders County District Court Judge Christina Marroquin on May 23 in Saunders County District Court in Wahoo.3 months ago Wahoo Newspaper