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* Help Wanted: Cast Iron Bar and Grille in Stuart needs to fill server and bartender positions for the weekends.  Discounted food. Above average pay for servers. Must be 16 years and over to apply. Call Cast Iron Bar and Grill at 924-3784 or email your resume to

* Help Wanted: The Ainsworth Municipal Golf Course is looking to hire a clubhouse manager for the 2018 golf season. The position runs from April 1 through Sept. 30. Send a resume to PO Box 252, Ainsworth, NE 69210. For more information on the position, contact Todd at 760-1183 or Kade at 760-0058.

* Help Wanted: Brown County is accepting applications to fill the county’s noxious weed control supervisor position. The position includes monitoring noxious weed infestations throughout the county and ensuring proper actions are taken by landowners to control problem areas. This is a season, part-time position. The salary is commensurate with experience and retirement compensation is provided. Applicants must have, or be able to obtain a commercial applicator license. Applications and a complete job description are available from the Brown County Clerk’s office.  Applications will be accepted until Monday, February 5. For more information on the position call 402-387-2705.


* Snow removal. Snowed in? Call on the Privett boys! They are ready, willing, and able to come scoop sidewalks and driveways. Call 760-2138. They have a the equipment fired up and ready to go so if you need snow removal call 760-2138.

* Snow Removal. Call the Troxel boys, they will be scooping snow today. Call 382-8674.

* Reputable, reliable, reasonable. These are three qualities that you are looking for in a tax accountant. Amy Rice, enrolled agent with France and McNally, certified public accountants has these qualities. Amy will be in the Ainsworth area January 23 and 24 and is available for appointments. Call 308-784-1040 today to schedule your free consultation – because Amy will take the stress out of your paperwork mess! If you need help with tax returns, bookkeeping or payroll services call Amy today to schedule an appointment.


* Hay for Sale! Big round bales. First come, first served. Call Chuck Daniels at 387-1868 OR 382-8840. If you need any big round bales – now is the time to give Chuck Daniels a call.


* The Bassett Housing Authority provides affordable, safe housing to qualifying families and individuals.  They offer spacious family units as well as 1 bedroom apartments all furnished with stove, refrigerator, washer and dryer.  Utilities paid, snow removal, lawn care and maintenance included.  Income guidelines do apply.  To be put on the list as units become available or for more information call The Bassett Housing Authority at 684-3329.  Their party room is available to the public for rent, very reasonable at just $15.  So if you need a convenient venue to hold a meeting or a party call The Bassett Housing Authority to reserve the date for their party room.  Again that number is 684-3329.  Deb is in the office Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.  If no answer, please leave a message and she will get back to you.


* Tina Day is looking for a ride to Rochester, Minnesota on February 4 and back on February 6. If you can help please call 308-218-1797.


* Thursday, January 25 is the 57th Annual Marcy Cattle Company Angus Bull Sale beginning at 12:30 p.m. Mountain Time at the Gordon Livestock Auction, Gordon, NE.  35 two year old bulls and 155 yearling bulls will sell.  For more details go to

* The Annual ADR Bull Sale which was scheduled for January 23 has been postponed to Tuesday, January 30 at the Atkinson Livestock Market. The Annual ADR Bull Sale will begin at 11 a.m. followed by bred heifers and 3,000 feeder cattle.

*Saturday, January 27 - Minnie Creek Angus annual bull sale will be held at 1 p.m. at the ranch 8 miles north of Johnstown.  37 bulls will sell.  Lunch will be served at 11 a.m.  For more information call Arvin and Joyce Schmidt at 722-4259, email or find them on facebook.


* Happy Hot Tea Month! Stay toasty, come to the tea party! This Friday, January 26, the Sandhills Care Center is hosting a community tea party starting at 3 p.m. A variety of hot teas and tea sandwiches will be served. Everyone is welcome. The residents and staff really look forward to seeing you so do pop in. Meet up with friends and make some new. Come celebrate this cozy beverage in style this Friday at the Sandhills Care Center. Make sure to Plan on coming back Tuesday, January 30  for the free will donation soup and pie fundraiser – proceeds from the event will be going towards the nursing department. Become a part of the Sandhills Care Center family – sharing meals, outings and activities see you Friday afternoon at the Community Tea Party.

* Vendors wanted: Sell, Promote and Market your products and services at the Winter Bazaar coming up Friday, February 2 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the comfort of the Rosebud Casino Event Center. Vendors get your tables reserved today for just $10 each by calling customer service toll free at 1-800-786-7673.  Foods, arts and crafts, baked goods, services, products. Now is the time to SHARE YOUR WARES! Shoppers, make sure to mark your calendars for this special event you won’t want to miss at the Rosebud Casino – where the fun never stops. Just north of Valentine on the Nebraska/South Dakota border.

*  Part adventure, part history lesson and part treasure hunt. Doggone Good Antiques and More is heading our way once again to present the midwinter “Antique Market and Road Show” at the Atkinson Community Center February 9 and 10. Jason Combs, an expert from Kearney will be back again doing appraisals all weekend long valuing treasures brought in by…YOU! PLUS there will be an Antique Market with a wide assortment of vendors and food stand too. If you have an antique or collectible that you would like to know more about call Nancy Winnings at Doggone Good Antiques in Chambers to schedule your appointment time, phone 482-5550.  Appraisal appointments are only $10 each. Walk in appraisals time permitting are $15.

* Looking for local talent volunteers: The Activities Department at the Sandhills Care Center is looking for entertainment for Friday afternoons. This could include but is not limited to one-man bands, groups that play instruments, singers, piano players, etc. Any volunteers that would be willing to provide entertainment to the residents. If you or someone you know may be interested, please call Macey at 387-1294. As always – if you have a special talent, are a member of an organization or would just like to spend some time volunteering please contact Macey in activities to get something set up!







* Colt King and Lydia Johnson are the parents of a baby boy, Jasper William King, born at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11, in the Mary Lanning Memorial Hospital at Hastings. Grandparents are Jack and Marsha King of Johnstown, and Timothy and Joan Johnson of Harvard.

* Chase and Melissa Hollenbeck are the parents of a baby boy, Crue Eugene Hollenbeck, born Friday, Jan. 5, in the Avera St. Anthony’s Hospital at O’Neill. Crue checked in at 6 pounds, 13 ounces, and will be welcomed home by brother Brock. Grandparents are Marty and Dee Hollenbeck of Bassett, and Les and Karen Roeber of Pender. Great-grandparents are Don and Sharilyn Hollenbeck of Bassett, Gene and Mary Roeber of Pender, and Marge Cadwallader of Pender.





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Security and Loss Prevention. Provides insight into the complex problems of loss prevention in today's society, including security staffing needs, fire protection and control, duties and responsibilities of security personnel, internal controls, emergency and disaster planning, and internal theft. Mon., 7-9:45 pm at Ainsworth High School. Instr. Hardy. 3 cr. $340.50

January 8-May 9 (CRIM2350/18S) CRN#24155

Introduction to Professional Education. An overview of education in the United States viewed in terms of history, philosophy, finance and governance. Encourages critical thought regarding the role of education in our multicultural society, the role of the teacher, and educational practices in schools. The course is designed to help students explore education as a prospective career. Writing intensive. Mon., 7-9:50 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Washinowski. 3 cr. $340.50

January 8-May 9 (EDUC1110/18S) CRN#21768

English Composition I. English Composition I offers instructional practice in the techniques of effective writing. The process of planning, writing, revising, and editing essays for particular audiences and purposes and research-related skills are also emphasized. Tues. and Thurs., 4-5:15 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Elznic. 3 cr. $340.50

January 8-May 9 (ENGL1010/18S) CRN#24156

English Composition II. You will read and analyze works in various genres of literature and respond with essays applying research skills learned in ENGL 1010. Mon. and Wed., 4-5:15 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Lemke. 3 cr. $340.50

January 8-May 9 (ENGL1020/18S) CRN#24157

American History II. A survey of American history from the end of the Civil War to the present. Emphasis is on the political, economic, cultural, social, and technological issues that arise in America’s development as a global power. Tues. and Thurs., 4-5:15 pm at Ainsworth High School. Instr. Hilkemann. 3 cr. $340.50

January 8-May 9 (HIST2020/18S) CRN#23779

Introduction to Psychology. An introduction to the science of psychology including the application of critical thinking to the study of learning theory, memory, personality, growth and development, biological and neurological aspects, abnormal behavior, therapies, intelligence, motivation, emotion, sensation, perception, and theoretical perspectives. Thurs., 7-9:50 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Stevens. 3 cr. $340.50

January 8-May 9 (PSYCH1810/18S) CRN#23780

Introduction to Sociology. Introduction to the basic principles of sociology, including the study of sociological research, theoretical perspectives, culture, social structure, social institutions, deviance, social inequalities, stratification, demography, and population. Tues., 7-9:50 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Carter. 3 cr. $340.50

January 8-May 9 (SOCI1010/18S) CRN#23213

Speech. This course will enable you to master the skills required of speaking in today's workplace and society. This course will focus on the organization, preparation, research, and evidence needed for a presentation that is tailored to fit the audience. This course will also enhance your listening skills which will assist you in everyday situations. Tues., 7-9:50 pm at Ainsworth High School. Instr. Nelson. 3 cr. $340.50

January 8-May 9 (SPCH1110/18S) CRN#23981

FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS. This course is designed to give the students survey of mathematics topics including set theory, logic, geometry and dimensional analysis, financial calculations and management graph theory, probability and statistics. Main emphasis will be the application of problem solving methods while studying topics. Mon., 7-9:50 pm at Ainsworth High School. Instr. Price. 3 cr. $340.50

January 8-May 9 (MATH1100/18S) CRN#23212

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