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KBRB CLASSIFIEDS

Broadcast Weekday Mornings: 8:45 on KBRB AM 1400 and FM 92.7

Note: all phone numbers are in Area Code 402 unless otherwise listed

Please note: We do charge for items on Classifieds. One announcement for $5, three for $10 or five for $15. Items broadcast are then posted on this Web site at no extra charge.

FOR SALE: 

* For sale: 2 Husker Football tickets for the Illinois game this Saturday.  Call 402-684-3348.

* For Sale:  a gas kitchen stove, white/black trim, asking $100.  Weekdays, call 402-684-3411 and ask for Lynn. Weekend call 402-684-2522.

* For Sale: a Brother Fax Machine/Copier. Works Well. $50. Call KBRB Radio, 402-387-1400.

FOR RENT:

* KBRB has office space available. Anyone interested in office space can contact Graig Kinzie at 387-1400. KBRB’s rental rates are extremely competitive, and all utilities are included.

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HELP WANTED:

* Help Wanted: Sandhills Care Center is seeking qualified, licensed RNs and LPNs to join their team. If you strive to make a difference in the Long Term Care community – join them! Competitive wages and a developing benefit package is available. Full or part time, night and day shifts are available as well as weekend/night pay differentials. If interested, please call Stephanie Rucker at 308-360-3399 or fill out an application online by going to www.sandhillscarecenter.com.

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GARAGE SALES & AUCTIONS:

* Turn your used equipment into cash. BigIron is now taking consignments for upcoming sales. Online auctions every Wednesday. Call Logan Leonard your area BigIron representative at 402-925-8184 to consign.

* Garage Sale: This Friday from 6 until 8 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. at Betty Stolcpart’s home. From Newport 1 miles West (Turn south on Spring Valley Park Road), then 5 miles south and a mile west. Everything Must Go – twin bed sets, dressers, new electric couch, rocking chair, piano, table and chairs, storage closets, kitchen items, beauty shop items, garage items, painting and drawing supplies, wigs, bedding, towels, books, electric hospital bed, shelves, glassware, silverware, cookware, treasures of all kinds. DO NOT MISS this sale!

* Tasler Auction Service is in action Friday, Saturday and Sunday – Friday is the Vance Hansen Farm Retirement Auction, sale time 10 a.m. Saturday is the Gerald Fahrenholz Estate Auction, sale time 9 a.m. Sunday is the Eugene Goldfuss Estate Auction, sale time at 12:00 noon. To see the sale bills in their entirety and pictures too for any or all of these sales, log on to Atkinson Livestock dot com, then scan down to Tasler Auction Service.

* Land Marketers Realty will be offering 568 acres in Brown County at auction on Friday, October 7 at 1:30 p.m. at the Ainsworth Conference Center.  For more information log on to www.landmarketers.com.

 

MISC:

*  Come to the Perfectly Posh Open House Friday –10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. at Country Cash Advance, 218 West 3rd Street in Ainsworth.  Scrubs, snarkys, bath salts, bath bar chunks, hand creams, lip scrubs and balms, shower gels, Specialty Face products, body scrubs and muds – even hair products ….ALL made in the USA, all naturally based and ALL surprisingly affordable, everything is under $25.  Don’t just be good to others, be good to yourself too. . Body products for the whole family – all packaged and named with serious attitude. Come try samples, check out the catalog – it’s also a great time to start thinking Christmas gifts because who wouldn’t love luxurious pampering products? That’s Friday 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. at Country Cash Advance.

* BCH Aux. Thrift Shop will have their 2 day sack sale this Tuesday, October 4 and Wednesday, October 5.

* Brown Co. Historical Society will be holding their annual bake and craft sale on October 7 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Coleman House Museum. Not only will they be having their bake and craft sale – there will be a book signing by Pat Craig as well.

* There’s no place like HOME-coming! The Ainsworth Women’s Club is calling out Ainsworth area business to go all in with the Bulldog Spirit and put a float in the homecoming parade coming up Friday, October 7. If you do – you’ll get a pan of homemade cinnamon rolls courtesy of the Ainsworth Women’s Club! This year’s theme is “There’s no Place Like HOME-Coming!” So get those wheels turning and join in the homecoming fun.

* When you go cheer on the bulldogs check out the awesome team banners!  They’re brand new this year. Parents and players love these as a way to showcase their spirit, not only for the sport, but for the school too.  Adamson Studio in Valentine is happy to announce they’ve made Poster Prints of these team banners available to the public. They can be ordered in 40x20, 30x15, 20x10, 16x8 or 10x5s.  To place your orders call Adamson Studio at 402-376-1300 or toll free at 800-787-0715 or email marka@adamsonstudio.com. You can also message Mark on Facebook. A big thank you to the local sponsors who have provided these new team banners for the school – West Plains Bank, The Mundhenke Agency, The Ainsworth Star Journal, Buckles Automotive Napa, 1st Class Auto and KBRB Radio.

* Harvest season is here! The GJW Feed Mill scales, 8 miles south of Ainsworth, are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturdays from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. If you have any questions call Angie at 402-760-2520 or 402-382-3333.

* The Brown County Commissioners and Highway Superintendent Kenny Turpin remind property owners they are required to mow county road ditches adjacent to their property. Mowing is required, by state statute, twice each year. The commissioners are authorized to have roadside mowing performed commercially and bill the cost to landowners if the property owner does not mow the ditch as required. The commissioners and roads department ask property owners to cooperate to help insure the traveling safety of motorists in the county.

* Where can you enjoy great drinks and show your stuff in stereo? At the L-Bow Room in Johnstown, it’s a Kopy Kat Karaoke Party this Saturday night. October 1 from 9 p.m. until 1a.m. Make sure to come early for supper – order off their awesome menu – make it a Saturday night family fun night. And remember – if the lights are on and the doors open the grill is on – you can order anytime! So whether you’re planning on stepping up to the mic or just relaxing and taking in the good times, plan on the L-Bow Room in Johnstown. Kopy Kat Karaoke this Saturday night 9 -1.

*  The Area Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition is hosting a town hall meeting with Dr. Charles Barr from 7 until 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, in the Ainsworth High School Learning Center. Individuals from all communities are invited, specifically parents, youth, teachers and medical personnel. Dr. Barr will touch on the effects of alcohol and other drugs on the adolescent brain, as well as provide tools for parents. For more information call Whitney Abbott at 402-336-2406.

* Join the Springview Spitfires in Fighting cancer! Coming up October 11 The North Central Knights volleyball team will play host to Boyd County at the Springview Gym. Come cheer on your team and join the fight against cancer - it’s a Pink Out! Support the fight by ordering your BLOCK OUT CANCER Tshirt today for just $20. You can order these shirts through your school. But hurry – deadline is October 1. 100% of the proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Order your Block Out Cancer shirt from your school today and mark your calendars for the pink out on October 11 hosted by the Springview Spitfires.

* October 9 through the 15 is Fire Prevention Week – this year’s theme is “Don’t Wait Check the Date! Replace your smoke alarms every 10 years” in celebration of Fire Prevention Week the Long Pine Rural Fire Department has made themselves available from 6 until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11 to inspect smoke detectors, replace batteries, even sweep chimneys (As long as they can be safely reached) If you would like to set up a time to have your smoke detectors inspected, call the Fire Department at 402-273-4045. Remember….Don’t wait – Check the date!

* The eighth annual Riders Unite for the Fight Against Cancer event is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 15. Events include: Iron Horse Riders poker run, meeting at noon in the Silver Circle. Contact Penny Waits at 387-8009 for information. Horseback trail ride group meets at noon at the Pine Ridge Ranch. Contact Diette Glenn at 382-8106 for information. The Sandhills Wheels Car Club meets at 3:30 p.m. at Shopko. Contact Phil Fuchs at 382-1044 for information. The ATV/UTV trail ride group meets at 1 p.m. at the Brown County Fairgrounds. Contact Diette Glenn at 382-8106 for information. Post-ride events will be held in the Brown County Community Hall at Johnstown, with a social hour at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m., followed by a live and silent auction. To donate to the auctions, contact Becky at 760-0111, Diette at 382-8106 or Julie at 760-2804.

* Start your success today with Northeast Community College. Whatever your academic or career goals – they’re here to help. Learn about all the great classes Northeast Community College has to offer – Classes that fit your budget, your schedule and your future.  Classes like (pick a class from list)
Visit www.kbrbradio.com and go to the classifieds page for a detailed list of classes currently offered or for more information visit www.northeast.edu.
 


 

October Non-Credit Courses

HOW TO EFFECTIVELY USE FACEBOOK.  Come and learn what you don’t know about the world’s largest social media network. In this workshop we will cover how to use and maintain a Facebook page, including understanding Facebook privacy policies and settings.  You are encouraged to bring your own laptop or mobile device and have your Facebook account created before class and know your login information. Tues., 5:30-6:30 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Beel $10

October 11 (INFO5155/16F) CRN#60476

HOW TO USE GMAIL AND GOOGLE CALENDAR.  This hands-on workshop will allow you to become more acquainted with Google Mail and Google Calendars.  You will have the opportunity to explore and apply mail labels, and explore additional mail settings; create and share calendars, create calendar events, and add fun calendars.  You are encouraged to bring your own laptop and have your Google account created before class and know your login information. Tues., 5:30-6:30 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Beel $10

October 18 (INFO5215/16F) CRN#60478

QUICKBOOKS I.  This course is an introduction to Quickbooks. Its main objectives are to introduce you to the basic features in QuickBooks and to give you an opportunity for hands-on practice. You’ll learn about the types of information you need to track in your business or on the job, and you’ll see how to enter that information and track it in QuickBooks. Wed., 6-9 pm at Rock County High School Computer Lab. Inst. Foster $30

October 19 (/ACCT5100/16F) CRN#60492

INTRODUCTION TO GOOGLE APPS.  This hands-on workshop will allow you to become more acquainted with Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Sheets and Google Forms. We will explore as deep into these apps as time allows. You are encouraged to bring your own laptop and have your Google account created before class and know your login information. Tues., 5:30-6:30 pm at ESU #17. Inst. Beel $10

October 25 (INFO5215/16F) CRN#60479

QUICKBOOKS II.  Discussion will include dealing with inventory, collecting and paying sales tax, payroll, customization of forms, and year-end documents. This class is recommended for students with a basic understanding of Quickbooks, and/or those who have attended Quickbooks I. Wed., 6-9 pm at Rock County High School Computer Lab. Inst. Foster $30.

October 26 (ACCT5300/16F) CRN #60493

ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY.  Here's the opportunity to enjoy the art of photography. Learn how to use your camera to produce a work of art using some of the artistic principles used by the old masters. Move beyond snapshots and become a serious photographer with instructor Tom Prouty. Bring your camera, know all its features and use your camera like an artist uses his paintbrush. Mon., 6:30-9:30 pm at Keya Paha County High School Computer Lab. Instr. Prouty $30

October 17 (ARTS5105/16F) CRN#60384

LOST & FOUND: 

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TO GIVE AWAY:

* To give away: tomatoes in Newport. Could be delivered to Bassett Saturday.  Call 402-244-5452.

* To give away: an electric stove, 4 burner, white in color. Needs a new power cord. Call 402-387-1195. Please leave a message if no answer.

* To give away: a sweet natured, affectionate male kitty, 4-5 months old, needs to go to a loving home, preferably in the country with another cat to play with. Needs daily feeding, companionship and warm shelter. Call 402-760-2388.

NEW ARRIVAL: 

* Logan and Natalie Leach of Ainsworth are the parents of a baby boy, Lincoln Lee Leach, born Monday, Sept. 26. Grandparents are Lanny and Kathy Leach of Ainsworth, and Bob and Jan Budak of Tucson, Ariz. Great-grandmothers are Doris Leach of Ainsworth, Carol Chase of Ainsworth, and Annie Budak.

* Katie and Walker Zulkoski are the parents of a baby boy, Leo Robert Zulkoski, born Sept. 13. He joins big brother Calvin James, 3. Grandparents are Ann and Denton Weichman of Ainsworth, and Kristi Zulkoski of Omaha. Great-grandmothers are Jan Brayton of Stuart, and Matilda Zulkoski of Elyria.

* Tory and Stormy Devall of Belle Fourche S.D., are the parents of a baby boy, Ramsey Wade Devall, born at 4:03 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15. Ramsey weighed in at 6 pounds, 10 ounces. He joins brother Camden, 4, and sister Dempsey, 2. Grandparents are Harv and Janice Devall of Bassett. Great-grandmother is Marcella Maurer of Bassett.

* Whitten and Alanna Hoover are the parents of a girl, Hadley Jean Hoover, born Sept 7 in the Avera St. Anthony’s Hospital at O’Neill. Hadley weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and measured 20-1/2 inches in length. Grandparents are Susan & JD Hoover of Ainsworth, and Vicki and Bruce Ferguson of Springview. Great-grandparents are Marcella Maurer of Bassett, Ivan Ferguson of Taylor, and Terrell and Janet Sanders of Burwell. 

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