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Media Releases

May 9, 2022
The Fifth Judicial District Problem-Solving Court has multiple activities scheduled to celebrate Problem-Solving Court Month. On May 2, 2022, the Hamilton and Merrick County Problem Solving Court held a graduation ceremony and hosted a lunch for the staff. On May 9, 2022, Colfax, Butler, and Saunders County Problem Solving Court hosted a lunch for the staff. On May 10, 2022, Colfax, Butler, and Saunders County Problem Solving Court will have a graduation ceremony. On May 21, 2022, the Hamilton...Read more
May 9, 2022
The Lancaster County Adult Drug Court will celebrate Problem-Solving Court Month by holding a graduation ceremony on May 23, 2022. The month of May is nationally identified as Drug Court Month. With the diverse programming offered through Nebraska courts, it is appropriate to recognize the efforts of all of Nebraska’s problem-solving courts by proclaiming May as Problem-Solving Court Month. Chief Justice Heavican issued the proclamation announcing the significance of Nebraska’s system of...Read more
May 9, 2022
To celebrate Problem Solving Court Month, the Midwest Nebraska Problem Solving Court will be delivering care bags and thank you notes from participants to law enforcement, paramedics, and firefighters in Lexington and North Platte. Judge James Doyle, Judge Michael Piccolo, and Drug Court Coordinator Anne Power are planning the event for May 23, 2022. Care bags will be distributed in both Lexington and North Platte with the assistance of Probation Officers Michelle Roe, Laneya Rudolph, and Molly...Read more
May 9, 2022
The Scotts Bluff County Drug and DUI Courts will celebrate Problem-Solving Court Month by holding several events during May. Judge Leo Dobrovolny and Drug Court Coordinator Andee Hardesty are planning an Alumni gathering, a grill out for District 12 Probation, and a lunch and learn at the District 12 Reporting Center located in Gering and the District 12 Probation Office located at the Scotts Bluff County Courthouse. These activities will take place on May 16, 2022, and May 18, 2022. Alumni,...Read more
May 9, 2022
A state park clean-up is scheduled by Dodge County Drug Court to celebrate the designation of May as Problem-Solving Month in Nebraska. Judge Geoffrey Hall and Drug Court Coordinator Brandon Jerred are planning the event on May 17 at 10:30 am in partnership with Keep Fremont Beautiful. Drug Court participants and Drug Court Team Members will participate in the clean-up event. The Clean-up event will start at the Fremont Probation Office at 2860 West 23 rd Dr. and then move to Fremont Lakes...Read more
May 9, 2022
Cleanup of the Norfolk YMCA is scheduled by the Northeast Nebraska Adult Drug Court to celebrate the designation of May as Problem-Solving Month in Nebraska. Program Coordinator Matt McManigal is planning the event on May 16, 2022. Drug Court Officers Brett Walker, Joy Carmichael, and program participants will participate in the event. The Norfolk YMCA collaborates with the Northeast Nebraska Adult Drug Court to provide its participants with memberships during their time in the program. As an...Read more
May 9, 2022
The North Central Problem-Solving Court will celebrate Problem-Solving Court Month by taking the participants bowling. Judge Mark Kozisek and Drug Court Coordinator Doug Stanton are planning the event on Sunday, May 15, 2022, at 12:30 PM. Participants, their families, and individuals who support the participants will attend. Activities will be held at Kings Lanes at 1000 Riverside Blvd in Norfolk, Nebraska 68701 The month of May is nationally identified as Drug Court Month. With the diverse...Read more
May 9, 2022
To celebrate Nebraska Problem Solving Court Month, the Southeast Nebraska Drug Court will participate in a litter pick-up project at the Rotary Island Optimist Lake and Memorial City Park. The address is 517 J. Street, in Auburn, NE. This is an opportunity for Southeast Nebraska Adult Drug Court to give back to the community and celebrate the opportunity Drug Courts provide. The event will occur on May 11, 2022, from approximately 3:30 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. A rain day is scheduled for May 25,...Read more
May 9, 2022
Clean-up of Highway 133 is scheduled by Washington County Drug Court to celebrate the designation of May as Problem-Solving Month in Nebraska. Judge John Samson and Drug Court Coordinator Brandon Jerred are planning the event on May 23 at 9:00 am. Drug Court participants and Drug Court Team Members will participate in the clean-up event. The Clean-up event will take place along Highway 133 between mile markers 11-13. The month of May is nationally identified as Drug Court Month. With the...Read more
May 9, 2022
The North Central Problem-Solving Court will celebrate Problem-Solving Court Month by taking participants bowling. Judge Tami Schendt and Drug Court Coordinator Doug Stanton are planning the event on Thursday, May 26, 2022, at 7 PM. Participants, their families, and individuals who support the participants will attend. Activities will be held at Pleasure Lanes 723 E South E St. in Broken Bow, Nebraska 68822 The month of May is nationally identified as Drug Court Month. With the diverse...Read more

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