Serving on executive board

Tracey Buettner, Norfolk attorney

OMAHA — A Norfolk attorney is part of the Nebraska State Bar Association’s executive board.

On Wednesday, Tracey Buettner began her term on the NSBA Executive Council, representing the Third Judicial District.

Buettner has practiced law in Nebraska for 15 years. She is a shareholder of Stratton, DeLay, Doele, Carlson, Buettner & Stover in Norfolk.

Her practice centers on estate planning and administration, business planning and real estate transactions. Buettner is one of three attorneys who began their terms on Wednesday.

In other news

STANTON — At about 2:30 a.m. Monday morning, the Stanton County Sheriff’s Office stopped a vehicle for speeding on Highway 35 near Woodland Park.

Raising Cane’s is collecting winter coats for the Norfolk Rescue Mission.

A 53-year-old Creighton man is missing, prompting an endangered missing advisory alert to be issued by Nebraska law enforcement.

PENDER — Highway 94 east of Pender will be reopened late Saturday morning, ahead of the scheduled November completion date.

Learn more about mental health at a free documentary screening of the second episode of “The Mind Inside” hosted by Norfolk Public Schools at the Norfolk Arts Center.

MADISON — An accident that resulted in the death of livestock closed the southbound lanes of Highway 81 near Madison for nearly four hours on Monday afternoon.

NORFOLK — Norfolk police were notified of two dogs running at large in southeast Norfolk late last week, with reports that the two dogs had bitten two different people.