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My family is complete this Mother's Day.

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Me, daughter Cadence, husband Robert, daughter Emmalynn 

 


 

CONGRATULATIONS

 

PLATTSMOUTH BLUE DEVILS

2012

Graduation is Saturday, May 12 at ten o'clock am

at the high school main gym.

 


 

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2012 Sprint Triathlon

Join us for the 2012 Sprint Triathlon on Saturday, June 23!

The event, sponsored by the Plattsmouth Community Center, includes a 300 yard swim, a 15 mile bike ride, and a 3 mile run.


 


 

 


Avenue B Intersection Closing

Avenue B Intersection will be closed for several weeks starting May 9th due to reconstruction as the part of the Highway 75 Expansion Project. The Oak Hill Road intersection on the other side will remain open.

 

 


 


KORN KLUB MEETS

Plans are underway for this year's Plattsmouth Harvest Festival, set for September 6-9, 2012.  This year's theme, selected at last month's meeting, is "Corn... in the USA".  The next meeting of the Korn Klub is Thursday, May 17, 7PM, at the Plattsmouth Senior / Community Center. The public is invited to attend and suggestions are most welcome. To be placed on the meeting agenda, contact Klub President Nancy Johnson at 297-2384.  For more information, visit www.plattsmouthharvestfestival.com

 

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Last day to have an Early Voting Ballot Mailed

for the May 15, 2012 Primary is

today, Wednesday, May 9th at 4:00 pm.

The Election Office is now located at 201 Main Street.

Ballots must be received in our office by 8:00 pm on election day.

If you are planning to vote

at the polls on Election Day

Polls open at 8 am

and close at 8 pm

 

To find out where you will be voting, you could

call the Election Office at 402-296-9309

or online at https://www.votercheck.necvr.ne.gov/

 

 

Gale offers voter guidelines for Election Day

LINCOLN – Secretary of State John Gale offered guidelines for Nebraska voters who will go to polling places for the May 15 primary election.

“Going to the polls in Nebraska is easy and convenient,” Gale said. “But there are some simple steps you can take to make sure your voting experience goes smoothly.”

Gale offered the following guidelines for Election Day:

--Check your voter registration and polling place. People can check the status of their voter registration and location of their polling place by contacting their county election office or accessing https://www.votercheck.necvr.ne.gov/.

--Change of address. If a registered voter has moved within a county (out of their former precinct) and not updated their registration, the person should go to the polling place associated with their current residence. The person will be required to vote a provisional ballot.

--Be prepared. Before going to the polls, the voter should become informed about the candidates and issues on the ballot. Sample ballots are printed in newspapers and posted on county websites. Mark and take the sample ballot with you to the polling place.  

--Conduct at the polls. To maintain proper decorum at the polls, it is requested that people turn off their cell phones.

--Campaigning prohibited. Campaign items such as buttons, stickers and T-shirts are not allowed in a polling place. It is illegal to campaign within 200 feet of a polling site.

--Voter identification. Proper identification will be required at the polling place of people who are newly registered by mail and did not provide identification. These people will be required to provide identification showing their current residence. Identification at the polling place is not required of other voters.

--Nonpartisan voters. If you are registered without a political party affiliation, you will receive the nonpartisan ballot. In addition, nonpartisan voters may request a Republican Party or Democratic Party ballot for U.S. Senate and House races, or they may request a full Libertarian Party ballot.  

Polls are open on Election Day from 8 a.m. CDT (7 a.m. MDT) to 8 p.m. CDT (7 p.m. MDT).

 

 


 

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Plattsmouth Library News


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Book Sale, May 18-20

The Friends of the Plattsmouth Public Library will be hosting its semi-annual book sale May 18 through May 20. Hours for each day are:

Friday, May 18, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday, May 19, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday, May 20, 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Most hardbacks will be sold for $1.00 each; most paperbacks will be sold for $0.50 each. If you have books, audiobooks, or movies you'd like to donate, please bring them to the library any time it is open. Encyclopedias and textbooks are not accepted.

All proceeds benefit the library. Over the past year, the Friends have purchased a new desk for the upstairs circulation area and a new scanner, and the Friends have made several programs possible by paying speaker fees for the Forts of Nebraska presentation and the upcoming Get Organized presentation.

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Lego Club, May 19

Children and adults alike are invited to attend the Lego Club gathering on Saturday, May 19, from 10:30 am to noon. The Lego Club is held the third Saturday of each month, September through May, for any Lego fans. The library supplies the Legos; you supply the imagination!


 

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Head Start Application Days
 
Cass County Head Start will be hosting a "Head Start Application Day" on Tuesday, May 15th from 4:00-7:30pm at the Plattsmouth Early Childhood Center located at 902 Main St. in Plattsmouth.  Head Start operates classrooms in Plattsmouth, Weeping Water and Murray.  No appointment necessary.  Please bring: child's birth certificate, child's current immunization record, and source of income verification including proof of public assistance.  Questions?  Please call the Plattsmouth Early Childhood Center at 402-296-5250. 

 

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Last day of school for students

Half Day

Wednesday, May 23, 2012


  

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Adoption fee on all animals is $60. This includes spay/neuter and vaccinations.

Microchips are an additional $25 (well worth it).

Adult Cats are always a free adoption to Senior Citizens!

ADOPTION APPLICATION

Animal Shelter - 402-298-8235

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