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KBRB CLASSIFIEDS

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

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HELP WANTED:

* Help Wanted: Sandhills Elite Genetics has an excellent part time opportunity available for a reliable, hard working person who has truck driving experience. CDL is preferred but not required. While hours vary, you typically start before dawn Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays and wrap up around lunch time. So, right around 8 or so hours per day. Applicant will be required to drive, load and unload by using proper animal handling techniques and biosecurity awareness. On the job training provided. Competitive wage is offered as well as flexibility for time off. If you would like to take advantage of this great opportunity for early morning supplemental income with a progressive locally owned company, call Traci at 382-0139 or the GJW office at 382-3333 to learn more or for an application.

* Help Wanted: Come grow with Akrs Equipment of Ainsworth, they are looking to fill a full time service manager position. Motivated applicant must have strong leadership and communication skills and have experience with John Deere and other ag implements. They offer industry leading wages and uncapped monthly bonus potential and well as outstanding benefits that include: company match 401K, medical, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, paid training and development, all in a family friendly community.  AKRS Equipment is the most innovative and forward thinking dealership in the Midwest so come join the excitement! For a complete job description and to apply just log on to www.akrs.com.

* Help Wanted: Public Health Nurse/Emergency Preparedness Liaison. The North Central District Health Department is looking for a knowledgeable and motivated Emergency Preparedness Liaison to work as the point of contract for schools in the NCDHD District as they reopen during the Covid-19 response. Bachelor’s or Associates degree in Science, statistics, or Nursing with at least 2 years of experience in Nursing, Public Health, Healthcare of other data or science-related fields. Registered nurse or licensed Practical Nurse preferred but not required. Interested candidates should visit the North Central District Health Department careers page for a complete job description and to submit a resume and cover letter. Position to be filled immediately and will remain open until filled.

* Help Wanted: Public Health Nurse/Emergency Response Liaison. The North Central District Health Department is looking for a motivated and eager Emergency Response Liaison who will aide in emergency response activities related to Covid-19, assist in vaccination clinic planning, assist in championing Personal Protective Equipment distribution and inventory as well as assist in back-up duties in contract tracing and case investigations for NCDHD. A candidate with Bachelor’s or Associates degree in Business, emergency management, Public Health, Nursing or related field, at least 2 years of experience in a healthcare setting, emergency response or public health. RN or LPN preferred but not required. Interested candidates should visit the North Central District Health Department careers page for a complete job description and to submit a resume and cover letter. Position to be filled immediately and will remain open until filled.

* Help Wanted: Prevention Coordinator. North Central District Health Department is looking for a motivated and dynamic Drug and Alcohol Prevention Coordinator to manage the local substance abuse prevention coalitions, coordinate local law enforcement activities, local programs, projects and practices designed to reduce key risk factors contributing to substance abuse by youth and across all lifespan. Excellent time management and communication skills are  a must. Some evening and weekend hours required. Local travel within the service area required. Access to personal transportation required as occasional travel is involved. Interested candidates should visit the North Central District Health Department careers page for a complete job description and to submit a resume and cover letter. Position to be filled immediately and will remain open until filled.

* Help Wanted: a full-time Co-Teacher position is now available in Ainsworth at Little Paws Preschool, August to April each school year. Your job will include encouraging creativity, fostering academic growth and nurturing tiny learners age 3 – 5. Successful applicant will assist teacher with daily activities, planning, cleaning and completing paperwork. Qualified individual must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid Nebraska Drivers license and a working phone. Prefer prior employment or volunteer experience working directly with income qualifying families. Competitive wage is offered as well as a great benefits pkg. including health, dental, life and vision insurance, an exceptional PTO plan, holiday pay, EAP, Cafeteria Section 125, retirement and a flexible four day work week. For your application call 308-745-0780 ext. 105 or apply online at www.centralnebraskacap.com. This position will remain open until filled. EEO/AA

* Help Wanted: Full time and part time medication aide positions are available at Cottonwood Villa in Ainsworth for both the day and night shifts. Training is provided on site. A part time to full time cook position is also available. Cottonwood Villa is committed to championing the quality of life for all seniors. They invite you to join their friendly staff in delivering innovative senior living services of the highest quality. If you’re interested in a new career, one where your work really makes a difference now’s the time to apply at Cottonwood Villa. If you have any questions or to apply contact Ann Fiala at Cottonwood Villa, phone 387-1000. Competitive wage is offered and benefits are available for full time positions.

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SERVICES:

* Services: AgLand Pump in Atkinson has certified pump pullers ready to pull and service all of your turbine and submersible pumps this irrigation season. Agland Pump has Gearheads, hollow shafts and submersible motors on hand, ready to hit the field. AgLand Pump – they eliminate the downtime!  AgLand Pump 925-2913. Brett 340-0830. Mike 340-4641.

FOR SALE:

* For Sale: a 2004 Dodge Stratus. New tires and new transmission. Runs real good. Call 382-5488.

* Beautiful home for sale in Ainsworth. Single-family, ranch style home. Great location. Walking distance to East City Park, School and hospital. Features an attached two car garage, detached one-car garage, a recently built detached, three-stall climate controlled, shop/garage with its own half-bath and an over-sized stall for a camper/boat. Master bedroom with en-suite bath, two bedrooms and a full bath, main level laundry, large living room and an open kitchen/dining area. Finished basement with fireplace, family room, 2 bonus rooms, bath and lots of storage. This home boasts a welcoming front lawn and large, fenced-in back yard – both with underground sprinklers and a cement patio. Perfect for pets, little ones and summer nights in! Pictures available upon request, serious inquiries only please. *No rent to own, no financing, no trades. Contact Lucinda Noronha by calling 712-230-1477.

* House for Sale in Ainsworth: The main floor has been fully remodeled. Beautifully remodeled kitchen with appliances. New bathroom, new flooring throughout. Two bedroom, one bathroom, living/dining combination. Walk in closet. Unfinished concrete basement with one bedroom, detached garage. Great neighborhood, great location – close to the school. Serious inquiries only. Call Tony Buckles at 760-1077 or Christina at 760-0765 for details and to make an appointment to view. If no answer, please leave a message.

FOR RENT:

* Bassett Housing Authority – safe, affordable housing for qualifying individuals. Income guideline apply – rent is 30% of gross income. Background screening is required and must be approved prior to admittance. One, two and three bedroom units come equipped with range and refrigerator, and are within walking distance of downtown Bassett. Utilities included are water, sewer, garbage, gas and electricity. Call 684-3329 for more information. If no answer, please leave a message. There is no charge to file an application. If no units are available at time of application, names are included on a waiting list and individuals will be called upon availability.

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GARAGE SALES:

* Treasure hunters and garage sale junkies, get ready to hit Valentine’s City Wide Garage Sales coming up this Saturday! These sales are featuring everything – from so called “household” items to baby clothes, logo wear, kids items, toys, apparel for all ages, appliances, furniture, sporting goods – you name it! Map your trek by picking up this week’s edition of the Midland News. Make sure while you’re in town to visit Valentine’s area merchants for great shopping and savings too – plus you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, supper or a much needed shopping sustenance break at any of their fabulous eateries! The Garage Sales are city wide this Saturday – event sponsored by the Valentine Chamber of Commerce.

AUCTIONS:

* Just sit back and enjoy the journey. Grab life by the handlebars – OR steering wheel and come on the Sandhills Iron Horse Riders 20th Annual Benefit Poker Run. Registration begins at 11 a.m., Saturday, July 18 at the Silver Circle. Kickstands up at noon. Cost is just $30 a couple or $20 for a single rider. They’re riding to Spencer and will make their way back to Ainsworth to draw poker hands at the Elks Club then end at the Circle to announce winners of the poker hand, 50/50 and raffle. Beneficiaries are Sharon Painter, Darrel Steele and Reggie Alder. For more information or to make a donation please call or text: Penny Waits at 382-8152 or Greg Henrikson at 605-390-2382 or Misty Rowley at 382-5171.

* Saturday, July 18 is the Roger Hansen Moving Auction conducted by Taggart Auction Service.  This sale will be held at 42018 Hwy 20 in Johnstown starting at 11 a.m.  Lunch available on site by the L Bow Room Bar & Grill.  To view the full sale listing go to www.sdauctions.com or questions call Dave Taggart 605-830-0592.

The Holt County Consignment Sale is coming up this Saturday, July 18. Sale location is 5 miles east of Stuart on Hwy. 20, then 5&1/2 miles north. Sale time is at 9 a.m. 2 rings will run so you’ll want to bring a friend. In the offering you’ll find Tractors, livestock equipment, hay equipment, fencing supplies, skid steer attachment, irrigation, vehicles, trailers, shop and misc. PLUS Larry Kliment estate guns. It’s another great offering of clean equipment, go to www.holtgrewauction.com to see complete listing and pictures too plus you can stay updated on late consignments that keep rolling in. Consignments taken day of sale will be sold last. Lunch available on the grounds. Don’t miss the Holt County Consignment Sale this Saturday, brought to you by Holtgrew Auction and Appraisal, Ron Holtgrew Auctioneer.

* Household Moving Auction coming up Saturday, July 18 at 460 2nd Street in Inman, sale time is at 10 a.m. Dorine Campbell and Guest Consignor, owners. Dorine has sold her home and will not be taking many items with her so come expecting a complete line of good quality household items, along with a clean ’05 Chevy Impala LS that has always been garaged. In the offering is also a well maintained lawn mower, many household appliances both large and small, from the kitchen to the laundry room, lots of furniture too, living room, bedroom, dining room, entertainment room, storage, stands and cabinets – this sale has you covered plus a picnic table, tools and garden tools, old recipes, an Elvis Collection, movies, luggage, decoratives, sea shells and more. Should be a fun one so start making plans now to spend Saturday, July 18 in Inman, check out the sale bill and pictures too by going to www.mmauctionsllc.com. M&M Auctions of O’Neill in charge, Matt McKay and Mark Durre, they’re ready to go to work for you!

MISC:

* Honor the Fallen. Support the living. The Junior Auxiliary girls will going around town this Thursday morning for Poppy Day! (Usually held in May but due to circumstances they weren’t able to hold it then.) The Poppy reminds Americans of the sacrifices made by our Veterans while protecting our freedoms. Buy a Poppy. Wear a Poppy to honor those who have worn our nations uniform. All proceeds from Poppy Day goes to disabled veterans. It’s a great cause.

* Treasure hunters and garage sale junkies, get ready to hit Valentine’s City Wide Garage Sales coming up this Saturday! These sales are featuring everything – from so called “household” items to baby clothes, logo wear, kids items, toys, apparel for all ages, appliances, furniture, sporting goods – you name it! Map your trek by picking up this week’s edition of the Midland News. Make sure while you’re in town to visit Valentine’s area merchants for great shopping and savings too – plus you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, supper or a much needed shopping sustenance break at any of their fabulous eateries! The Garage Sales are city wide this Saturday – event sponsored by the Valentine Chamber of Commerce.

* The annual Ainsworth Men’s Open Golf Tournament tees off at 10 a.m. this Sunday, July 19. The tournament features added flight money provided by the Ainsworth Star-Journal and KBRB Radio. Golfers play 18 holes of golf, after which the tournament is flighted. The top two flights play an additional nine holes to determine the winners, while the remaining flights are finalized after 18 holes. There are flights for all skill levels, so plan to play. To sign up and to reserve a cart if needed, call the Ainsworth Municipal Golf Course at 387-1658.

* Stuart Raceway Update/Interview about changes, guidelines, ticket purchases, etc. can be heard on  www.kbrbradio.com – on the sports page.

* Come join the Rock County Hospital for one of the Sandhills premier golf outings and community fund raising events! Save the date and get entered! The Rock County Hospital's 10th Annual Golf Tournament is coming up Friday, July 24 at the Bassett Country Club. It's a 9 hold, 4 person scramble complete with flag prizes, door prizes and tons of fun! Registration is at 12 noon, tee off is at 1 p.m. Cost is just $120 per team - that includes 1 team mulligan and your meal too. The Rock County Hospital has grown steadily to serve the needs of the area - proceeds from this year's golf tournament will be directed towards a facility van. Get your team signed up today be contacting Pam Wegener at 684-3366 or 340-6465 OR call the Bassett Country Club at 684-3449 to sign up and reserve your carts.

* The Atkinson Stuart Food Pantry is the recipient of the Farmers to Families Produce Boxes. There will be produce dairy and meat distributed. The boxes will be distributed today from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the West Holt Health Ministries building, 108 West State Street. This drive-through will be the same as in the past. If you have questions call Linda at 340-2273. This organization is an equal opportunity provider.

* Ranch Rodeo Teams Wanted: $1500 in ADDED prize money! Entries are NOW OPEN for the Cherry County Fair’s Annual Ranch Rodeo coming up on August 9th in Valentine. Entries are $200 per team and is limited to the first 20 teams so get in on the action, call or text Clinton Assarson today to get your team signed up, phone 322-1316 and save the date for the Cherry County Fair – it’s coming up August 6 through the 9.

* It’s time to get back on the field!  The Ainsworth Coaching Staff and football players are excited to host Youth Football Camp! He kids can look forward to a few days of fun, a solid foundation in basic football fundamentals, and even a punt, pass and kick competition. Charge is only $10, that includes T-shirt. Registration forms can be picked up and dropped off at 1st Class Auto or Palmer Embroidery on Main Street in Ainsworth.  The sooner the better for T-shirt head count. Camp will be held July 20 through the 22 at 8 a.m. for those entering the 3rd through the 6th grades. Middle School Camp for those entering 7th and 8th grade will be held July 27 through the 29 at 8 a.m. If you have any questions call Jesse Owen, at 340-1579.

* Because of coronavirus protocol, the Sandhills Care Center is restricting visitors at this time. Absolutely no visitors.  Cottonwood Villa is also still enforcing a visitor restriction until further notice.

* Bassett Housing Authority is limiting visitors at tenant apartments to immediate family or caregivers only until the threat is reduced on coronavirus is lessened. If you are sick, please stay away!

LOST & FOUND: 

* Found: a tool stamped “Bruno” on the Hwy. Call Leonard Appleman to identify and claim. Phone 760-0767.

TO GIVE AWAY:

* To give away: Cats. All females. 3 – 7-8 month old females that are all expecting kittens. Also 1 momma cat with 2 wean-able kittens. Call 387-1159.

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* 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. Visit www.northeast.edu.

CREDIT CLASSES

Stay close to home and complete classes online, on your time this fall! Classes start August 17 for Northeast Community College CREDIT classes in the KBR area.
Many general and credit classes to choose from including…
Business Math
Elementary Spanish 1
American Government and more.
These and other credit classes are being offered in the KBR area and start Monday, August 17. 
For more information or to register call Sonny at 402-387-2688 ext 110.  Start your success at www.rortheast.edu 

Northeast Community College is offering Fundamentals of Remote Sensing, an online training.

In this training you’ll learn about the interaction between light and plant tissue. Today, there are tools to help monitor crop health before an issue is visible to the human eye.  In this course, you’ll learn to use online and equipment mounted remote sensing solutions.  Tools covered include handheld, mounted equipment, and online satellite solutions.  This online training is a self-paced 6 to 8-hour class.
Learn more about these upcoming classes at www.northeast.edu/NSF or by calling 402-844-7000.

 

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