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* Help Wanted: The Brown County Hospital is seeking an individual to serve as manager of their dietary department. The successful candidate will be responsible for directing and supervising all aspects of the department including planning, preparing and serving basic, regular and modified diets to patients and personnel. Duties also include supervision of dietary staff, ordering supplies and equipment and maintaining records to meet regulatory
requirements. The manager is expected to perform and assist with all duties required of other dietary staff. Applicant must be a high school graduate and be a certified dietary manager or willing to obtain certification. Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package offered. If interested in this opportunity, please contact Lisa Fischer at
402-387-2800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Help Wanted: The Ainsworth Vision Clinic is looking to hire a full time assistant. Must have computer experience (Quickbooks knowledge would be helpful), able to learn quickly, be good at multi-tasking and have the
ability to work through interruptions. Stop in today to submit your resume or to pick up an application at Ainsworth Vision Clinic, 305 North Main Street in Ainsworth.
* Help Wanted: Sandhills Care Center has a full or part time position available as a maintenance director. They are looking for someone who is self motivated, handy and who will take pride in the care center. Work will include daily and preventative care, repair and maintenance of the facility and equipment. Benefits package is available to qualified
applicant. For a full job description and qualifications or to submit your resume, please contact Stephanie Rucker by calling 402-387-1294 OR email email@example.com. Come make a difference in the elder
community and be a part of a growing facility!
* Help Wanted: Ainsworth Flowers and Gifts has part time positions available. After school hours, some weekends. If you like working with people in a fun atmosphere this could be a great part time job for you. Stop in today at Ainsworth Flowers and Gifts to apply or to learn more, or call 387-1555.
* The Nebraska Department of Transportation is currently accepting applications for a Highway Maintenance Worker in Springview, NE. For full job description, visit: www.statejobs.nebraska.gov or the Ainsworth Yard at 736 E 4th, Ainsworth, NE 69210. Starting wage is $15.188 per hour. State applications are required and must be received by July 17, 2018. Applicants must apply on-line at www.statejobs.nebraska.gov. NDOT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
* For Sale; 4 used Yokahama
Geolandar G95 95H tires, P225/55R17s, good rubber. Also for
sale is a Case tractor: 830 Case diesel, Case-o-matic
transmission, wide front, good rubber, fluid in rears has a
steering, runs great and finally a Dixon Speed ZTR 48SE, has
a 24 horse Kawasaki engine, Model no 96698602, ZTR 9 bushel
bagger with blower Rz48, fabricated deck. Any of these items
can be seen in the shop at the corner
of 5th and Ash in Long Pine or call 760-1042.
* For Sale: Cornfed angus beef. It’s
at the locker now. Contact Gary Leach, phone 760-0343.
* For Sale: full blood blue heeler
puppies. Weaned and ready to go now. Males and
females. They have had their first shots. Both parents are
working cow dogs and on site at the ranch. Reasonably
priced. Call Mart DeNaeyer at 322-1968.
* 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.
* For Rent: 2 bedroom house,
qualified applicants only. Previous rental references
and a deposit required. Call 382-3310 after 5 p.m.
* KBRB will have office space
available for rent beginning July 1. For more
information or to set up a time to view the available
rental space, call 387-1400.
* Wanted to buy: a used electric
scooter. If you have one that you would be interested in
selling, please give Merl a call at 387-2461.
* Wanted to buy: Looking for
outdoor barn kittens, please give Kayla a call at
* The Sandhills Iron
Horse Riders 18th Annual benefit poker run is coming
up Saturday, July 21. 11 a.m. registration at the
Elks, lunch is provided with your paid entry. There
will be a live and silent auction, gun raffle,
door prizes and much more! This year’s proceeds will
benefit Bryce Porter who is battling colon cancer
and Roger Keisler who is battling kidney failure. 2
wheels or 4 wheels – everyone is welcome to come
along. OR ‘da bus’ will be available for those who
don’t have rides but spaces are filling up so call
Amber if you want a seat at 760-3877. If you can’t
come, make sure to meet up later as the Ainsworth
Fire Department and the Elks present the “James Lee
Band” for a street dance.
* Come dance in the
street – under the stars on a summer night, at 3rd
and Main in Ainsworth as the Ainsworth Volunteer
Fire Department brings their 128th annual
celebration to the street. Saturday night, July 21
Ainsworth Elks Lodge #1790 along with the Ainsworth
Volunteer Fire Department are proud to present
The James Lee Band from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Burgers,
brats, potato salad, chips and drink will be served
from 5 until 8 p.m. along with OES’s homemade ice
cream and brownies. The Elks will have a beer garden
on the grounds. Raffle drawings will be held that
night for 2 guns, 2 – ½ hogs, processing included
and also 2 - $50 gift certificates to the Elks.
Need not be present to win. If you haven’t purchased
your raffle tickets yet – make sure to do so through
any Ainsworth Firemen.
* Fundraiser to help
defray medical costs for Jeff Konkoleski as he
battles cancer will be held Saturday, July 21 from 5
until 8 p.m. at the Activity Center on Main Street
in Springview. A Pancake & Sausage Supper will be
served for a freewill donation and a silent auction
will also be held. If you have donations for the
silent auction please contact Robin at 760-3057.
* The annual Men's Open
Golf Tournament is scheduled for 10 a.m. Sunday at
the Ainsworth Golf Course. In a format change
this year, the tournament will be 18 holes only.
In the past few years, the top two flights played 27
holes. All flights this year will be 18 holes,
with golfers vying for almost $1000 in added flight
and flag prize money. All golfers are welcome,
you do not have to be a member to play. Call
the clubhouse at 402-387-1658 to sign up and to
reserve a cart if needed. That's this Sunday,
July 22 at 10 a.m., the annual Men's Open at the
Ainsworth Golf Course.
* This Saturday, July
28 come to the Wood Lake Firehall for a community
parade, honoring the 100 year anniversary of the
National American Legion, the 43rd annual Wood Lake
barbecue and the 40th Wood Lake School alumni
reunion and other community organizations. Come to
the parade-, BBQ, games and street dance too. It’s
all Saturday, July 28 in Wood Lake.
* The Springview Fire
and Rescue squad are diving in to the wind turbine
day celebration Saturday, July 28 in Springview.
Sending a shout out to all area fire departments to
come for the Fireman’s Water Fights. All area
departments are welcome and urged to come join the
fun. Which department will win the highly acclaimed
traveling trophy? The Public is welcome to come
cheer them on as these firefighters get hosed! To
get your department
pre-registered call Todd at 677-1830. Make sure to
save the date because Wind Turbine Day will be a day
packed full of fun for everyone. More details
next week on KBRB.
* Enter the Mini
Triathlon FUN raiser coming up Sunday, July 29 and
help support a new Bassett Swimming Pool. Run, Bike
and swim your way to the finish line in 3 divisions:
peewee, intermediate and hard. Everyone is
encouraged to participate – no matter what fitness
level you are - it’s all in good fun! Cost is just
$20 for the pee wee division; other divisions are
$30 when you pre-register by this Saturday – that
includes your Tshirt. You can enter right up until
triathlon time for just $5 more but with no T-shirt
guarantee. Entry forms are available at the
Bassett City Hall, The Bassett Pool or on line at
the Bassett Swimming Pool Face book Page. Each and
every entry, every supporter is valued!
* Ranch Rodeo Teams
Wanted: Entries are now OPEN for the Cherry County
Fair’s annual Ranch Rodeo coming up on August 13 in
Valentine. Entries are $200 per team and is limited
to the first 20 teams. To get your Ranch
Rodeo team signed up, call Clinton Assarson at
* The Old Feed Store
Art Center at 104 Clark St. in Bassett is open
Monday evenings from 4 until 7 p.m.; Wednesdays from
10 a.m. until 2 p.m.; Friday evenings from 4 until 7
p.m.; and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until noon.
Make sure to keep watch on their Facebook page and
stay tuned for new and exciting happenings.
* 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
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AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES MARKETING.
the concepts of agricultural marketing including, but not
limited to, the study of marketing alternatives (cash,
contracts, futures, and options). Development of marketing plans
and analysis of current industry trends will be utilized to
enhance the concepts. Tues.,
7-9:45 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Hermelbracht. 3 cr. $348.00
14 (AGRI2290/18F) CRN#12869
This course offers
a critical analysis of culturally diverse works of poetry,
drama, and fiction. Students employ various techniques for
discussing, evaluating, and writing about literature. Mon.
and Wed., 2:35-3:50 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Elznic. 3 cr. $348.00
August 20-December 14
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING.
academic writing with an emphasis on integrated reading and
writing skills. The course examines common grammar topics found
in composition and encompasses the parts paragraph and essay
composition, including using critical thinking skills,
previewing and annotating texts, crafting main ideas with
support, identifying and using text patterns, using
organization, drafting, and summarizing skills, and writing with
specific tone for different types of audiences. This course is
designed for students who may not be ready for ENGL 1010. Mon.
and Wed., 4-5:15 pm at Ainsworth High School. Instr. Ferris. 3
20-December 14 (ENGL0990/18F) CRN#15250
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA. This
course begins to develop algebra skills used to simplify
expressions, solve equations and inequalities, solve systems of
equations, graph equations, perform operations with polynomials,
factor polynomials, and simplify rational and radical
expressions. Prerequisites: ACT
Math 17 or Accuplacer Arithmetic 75 or Accuplacer Elem Algebra
31 or Undergraduate level MATH0940 Minimum
Grade of C. Wed., 6-8:45 pm
at ESU #17. Instr. Manganaro. 3 cr. $348.00
and overview of the history of Western art music, from the
middle age to modern times. Includes the elements of music,
historical style periods, and major composers. Tues.
and Thurs., 2-3:15 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Schultz. 3 cr. $348.00
14 (MUSC1010/18F) CRN#14044
study of the functioning of the American political system
through an analysis and application of its underlying theories.
Mon. and Wed., 5:30-6:45 pm at ESU #17. Instr. Dohmen. 3 cr.
14 (POLS1000/18F) CRN#14317
An introduction to
the grammatical and conversational study of the Spanish
language. Emphasis on the history and culture of the Spanish
speaking world. Tues. and Thurs., 12:35-2:15 pm at ESU #17.
Instr. Swenson. 4 cr. $464.00
20-December 14 (SPAN1200/18F) CRN#14677
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
Thurs., 7-9:50 pm
at ESU #17. Instr. TBA. 3 cr. $348.00
20-December 14 (PSYCH1810/18F) CRN#14026
Instruction will include everything you will need to know to
pass the license exam, pre-trip inspection, and practical
driving test. You will spend 16 hours in the classroom that will
prepare you for the written test needed to obtain a learner's
permit. You will then complete the 40-hour driving portion of
the course in Norfolk, which will culminate with a driving test.
The testing fee is included in the course cost. The classroom
portion will be completed August 30-31 at ESU #17 in Ainsworth.
The driving/testing portion will take place at the Norfolk
campus September 24-28. Financial assistance is available
through the Community College Gap Assistance Program for
students meeting income guidelines. For more information,
contact Amy Kaiser at (402) 844-7245. 8 am-5 pm at ESU #17/UTIL
104. Instr. Lewis & Cook. $730.00
August 30-September 28 (TRAN5125/18F) CRN#60140/60141
GENERAL SALES AND USE TAX SEMINAR.
This course covers
the basics of Nebraska sales and use tax. Sales tax affects
everyone! If you are a business owner, or are considering
starting your own business, this information is a must for you
and your bookkeeper. The topics discussed will not only benefit
professionals; the general public can learn how sales tax
affects them every day. The presentation covers all areas of
sales and use tax, including licensing requirements, exemptions,
reporting, and taxable services. There will be plenty of time
for questions and answers. 4 hours of CPE credit available. This
course will be offered via distance learning technology from
Norfolk to Ainsworth, O'Neill, and West Point. Course materials
can be found at: http://www.revenue.nebraska.gov/education/educate.html. Click
on the Seminar Schedule, then click on the specific seminar you
are attending. Thurs. September 13, 8:30 am-12:00 pm at ESU #17.
Instr. Nebraska Department of Revenue. $15.00
This class will cover, in detail, the sales tax exemption for
commercial agricultural producers on the purchase and repair of
equipment. Discussion will include qualifying agricultural
operations, equipment and parts, and how to obtain a refund for
tax paid on parts for depreciable agricultural equipment
purchased prior to October 1, 2014. Exemptions for feed, seed,
and chemicals will be explained. A portion of the session will
be dedicated to contractors who build structures, such as grain
bins used in agricultural operations. Instructors will teach you
how to complete tax returns for a variety of scenarios, as well
as related exemption and refund forms. This session will benefit
farmers, implement dealers, equipment suppliers, and parts store
owners, as well as those who operate machine shops and other
types of repair facilities. It is also relevant to feed and seed
suppliers. 3 hours of CPE credit available. This course will be
offered via distance learning technology from Norfolk to
Ainsworth, O'Neill, and West Point. Course materials can be
found at: http://www.revenue.nebraska.gov/education/educate.html Click
on the Seminar Schedule, then click on the specific seminar you
are attending. Thurs. September 13, 1-4 pm at ESU #17. Instr.
Nebraska Department of Revenue. $15.00
CPR – HEALTHCARE PROVIDER RENEWAL. The
Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers Renewal course
is designed to refresh the knowledge of a wide variety of
healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several
life-threatening emergencies; provide CPR; use an AED; and
relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Book is
available at the Norfolk bookstore, 402-844-7140. The ISBN is
9781616694074. PLEASE BRING CURRENT CERTIFICATION CARD THE NIGHT
OF CLASS. You MUST pre-register. 6-10 pm at Ainsworth Fire Hall.
Instr. M. Rudnick. $40.00
(HLTH5305/18F) CRN 60155
HEARTSAVER ADULT/CHILD/INFANT CPR/AED. The
Heartsaver CPR course is a modular CPR course that teaches how
to recognize and treat life-threatening emergencies including
cardiac arrest and choking for responsive and non-responsive
adults, children and infants. The general public is the target
audience for this course. The application and use of the
automated, electronic defibrillator (AED) is also included. Book
is available at the Norfolk bookstore, 402-844-7140. The ISBN is
9781616690175. You MUST pre-register. 2-8 pm at Ainsworth Fire
Hall. Instr. M. Rudnick. $74.50
(HLTH5150/18F) CRN 60154