DANVILLE — Making the most of the basketball game experience at Danville Area Community College for those participating, fans in the stands and those at home watching this week’s National Junior College Athletic Association’s (NJCAA) Division II Men’s Basketball Tournament is what motivates the media team.
A new media suite on the second floor of Mary Miller Gymnasium is allowing that to happen even more so this year.
Technology has advanced a lot too since DACC has hosted the tournament 30 years now.
Chuck Jones, special grants coordinator, Vermilion County Works, said they were asked to come up with a wish list about a year ago of things they wanted.
Mark Barnes, chief information technology officer, said when they got the Jumbotron last year, they needed a place to permanently mount the equipment. They didn’t want to keep moving around equipment on a mobile cart.
Construction started on the new media booth and suite around Thanksgiving last year and finished just prior to the Vermilion County Basketball Tournament in January.
A wall was put up in a large classroom space for the suite that now holds video production, monitors and other equipment to record games and computer controls for the Jumbotron and other technology.
“They cut a big hole here (overlooking the basketball court) so you can get views…,” Barnes said about the second floor gym space. “It looks just like a professional media booth at a sports venue.”
The suite/booth includes areas for announcers, radio and visiting media representatives to do audio streams, and audio and video integration and controls for the Jumbotron. Jones can sit at one of the seats to give video direction. A Mac does their streaming.
During the tournament they will use the NJCAA site.
There is a mixer to mix audio in, to pick up sounds on the court and from the announcers. They can blend it all together and with music too to make it sound good, Barnes said.
Another station in the suite is where they mix graphics and video. There is a box to integrate the scoreboard, and they can grab shots for a game’s highlights video. On another Mac they can monitor the stream to make sure it’s good and clean.
A cabinet holds computer equipment showing the Channel 5 feed, Jumbotron and replays for the tournament.
There’s also different communications equipment. Jones will wear a headset to communicate to the camera operators from the booth. He will pull shots from the camera operators to feed into the broadcast.
“I’m basically deciding what goes out on the broadcast,” he said.
He said he has three operators who control the cameras with joysticks.
“It looks something like out of an arcade game,” he said of the joystick controllers. The three mounted cameras are located out on the floor.
The pictures get fed to a video mixer. Jones said he can say, “Camera 1 grab a shot of this,” or, “Camera 3 get a shot of that.”
“They do that through our headphone communication and feed it back to me so I can pick their pictures and put them on TV,” Jones said.
Barnes said it might seem weird to have headphones so close together in the booth, but it gets really loud in the gym.
Jones said they also have a remote camera that they can have someone on the floor get shots for the broadcast and Jumbotron. This can be for a “Kiss Cam” shot, interviews and crowd shots.
“It’s really cool what we can do,” Jones said.
Senior Director of Community Engagement Laura Hensgen said they started using the Jumbotron at last year’s tournament.
Before the team’s practice time at the start of the week’s tournament, DACC staff are taking all the athlete’s pictures so they can use them on the Jumbotron for stat highlights, starting lineups and other uses.
“So, the kids will be able to see themselves on the Jumbotron,” Hensgen said.
DACC officials said the new camera angles, Jumbotron and other features really enhance the experience for the players, fans and at-home viewers.
Jones said it’s a little crazy the week of the NJCAA tournament. They are there from about 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. each day.
Hensgen said they basically put in more than an 80-hour work week this week during the tournament.
“We live in this space right here,” Barnes said of the suite.
Before they had the media suite, Barnes and Jones would be in a small closet-type space to operate the equipment.
Hensgen was on a platform in the bleachers last year putting content on the Jumbotron. The platform would shake when people walked around the bleachers.
She’s glad for the changes since last year.
Maintenance workers love this too. They would spend a week prior to the tournament setting up the gymnasium with platforms.
Now with the permanent suite/booth, everyone can just show up.
Hensgen said it also creates extra space for fans.
The media team transmits all home games on DACC’s website.
“They are to me, a professional-quality stream,” Barnes said.
For the NJCAA they do a little more camera action because of the intensity of the tournament action, Barnes said. There also is a national audience’s expectations.
The NJCAA games are broadcast locally on Channel 5 on Comcast Xfinity in SD (standard definition), not HD (high definition).
“What’s great is we use our own local announcers for the livestream,” Hensgen said.
High school and college students have helped too with running cameras and operations.
Barnes said they get better at this every year.
“We’re upgrading or doing something different every year. It’s just a continual process,” Jones said.
During the NJCAA, there will be people all over the country watching.
They’ve had people watch from Poland, France, Spain and elsewhere, with several players being from overseas. That’s how the players have friends and family watch the games.
Four-year college scouts and recruits watch the games too.
“We shoot for as big of an audience as we can obviously,” Jones said.
On average they see about 200-plus viewers during the regular season, Barnes said.
During NJCAA week, a lot of the schools have watch parties for their teams.
The DACC media team encourages the public to come out and watch the games and cheer on DACC.
Barnes said it’s a good night of entertainment and fun.
“It is good basketball for a good price,” Jones said, adding that a lot of the talent seen here can be seen elsewhere in four-year universities. A lot go on to those universities.
“Everybody loves a nice big audience to cheer on their team,” Barnes said.
“It’s a fun time. There’s halftime entertainment. There’s all sorts of things going on. It makes it a fun experience,” Jones added. “It’s a great time. So, we love to see the gym full of people.”
NLE Choppa is clearing the air on recent rumors.
According to TMZ, Choppa’s latest single, “Mo Up Front,” was supposed to play in a commercial accompanying Powerade’s “What 50% More Means” campaign, which heavily featured Ja Morant and the Memphis Grizzlies. The commercials was reportedly set to air during the NCAA March Madness.
However, the commercial was reportedly pulled after Morant shared a video of him waving a gun on Instagram live.
Despite the whole ordeal, TMZ is reporting that he and Morant still maintain a close relationship. Today (March 18), Choppa took to his Instagram story to address previous reports that he had lost the deal with Powerade.
According to the Memphis rapper, the commercial was, in fact, not pulled, but actually redone.
“Ja ain’t block a blessing,” Choppa said, “what’s meant to shine will shine. The commercial was recreated and is live now.”
He continued, offering words of support for Morant.
“He’s all good and is still learning,” he said, “he’ll come back better than before.”
Next month, Choppa will release his much-anticipated album, Cottonwood 2, which will feature “Mo Up Front,” “Champions,” and the Rose Royce-sampling “Do It Again.”
Cottonwood 2 is out 4/14 via Warner Records. Find more information here.
NLE Choppa is a Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.
Taylor Swift got her start in the music industry at the tender age of 16, with the release of her eponymous country album in 2006. In the years since, the 12-time Grammy winner has transformed herself into a pop superstar and built her brand into a global powerhouse, selling more than two million tickets for her upcoming “Eras Tour” in a single day and announcing plans to direct an upcoming feature film. Along the way, she has become a savvy businesswoman who has often used her clout to shake up the music industry. Most recently, her decision to rerecord her older albums, ensuring that revenue from those streams go to her, caused a flurry of new standards from her label Universal Music Group NV to make sure other artists didn’t follow suit.
So it’s perhaps not surprising that, in the process of becoming a music-industry juggernaut, Ms. Swift has also amassed an empire in the real-estate world. Despite her relative youth, the 33-year-old has assembled a portfolio of homes worth at least $150 million. With a penchant for historic houses, Ms. Swift—using a variety of trusts and limited liability companies—has acquired significant properties in locations ranging from Nashville, Tenn., to Beverly Hills and Rhode Island. Since most of these properties were purchased years before the Covid-induced real-estate frenzy, their value has risen dramatically in the time they’ve been owned by the country-singer-turned-pop star. While Ms. Swift tends to hold her properties for the long term, she has also sold a few homes along the way, often for a substantial profit.
A planning application has been submitted to Milton Keynes City Council to deliver a 20-storey residential-led development in the city.
Located on Midsummer Boulevard, the proposed development will see 355 new homes, over 8,000 sq ft of resident amenities, 7,500 sq ft of landscaped terraces and a commercial offering.
It has also been proposed that 31% of the homes delivered will be available at discounted market rent (DMR).
The planning application includes a mix of studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments.
Branded as PLATFORM_ MK, the development will reach up to 20-storeys and will feature resident amenities including a dedicated co-working hub, residents’ lounge, games room, cinema room, gym and a private dining space incorporating a bespoke bar area.
According to plans, there will also be three outdoor areas for residents including a dedicated pet zone, child-friendly play area and landscaped garden on the 1st floor, as well as further terraces with panoramic views across the city and facilities for entertaining friends and family on the 14th and 17th floors.
Jean-Marc Vandevivere, CEO at PLATFORM_, said: “Milton Keynes is enhancing its reputation as a destination of choice for skilled workforces and businesses alike as it continues to diversify its offering and celebrate its new city status. Through the delivery of high-quality homes for a wide demographic, PLATFORM_ will further establish Milton Keynes as one of the fastest growing UK cities.
“MK City Council is a forward-thinking local authority that, like PLATFORM_, prioritises sustainability by targeting carbon neutral operations by 2030. We’ve actively engaged with the council and a range of local stakeholders to create our proposed vision for homes that respond to the city’s needs, and importantly, positively deliver against Milton Keynes’ Housing Strategy 2020 – 2025.
“PLATFORM_ MK will contribute to bridging the gap between demand and supply of high-quality homes in the city-centre while setting new standards for design, service and quality.”
Plans also include an ‘energy conscious and sustainable design’ combining renewable energy sources, smart in-home technologies and energy efficient heating and lighting systems, to create a low carbon development.
PLATFORM_ MK will lead the way with its biodiversity credentials as it is expected to achieve a biodiversity net gain of 79% – significantly higher than the current legislative benchmark of 10%. The ecological benefits are also strong, swift bricks and bird and bat boxes are included across the development, which were integrated following feedback from local stakeholders.
Dipa Joshi, Partner (Residential Lead), at Fletcher Priest Architects, said: “It has been a positive experience working on this exciting project which will create a landmark for central Milton Keynes, supporting its growth as a city. PLATFORM_ is a forward thinking and engaged client who aspire for sustainability and innovation in the residential market.”
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DANVILLE — The Danville Area Community College baseball team is starting a youth movement this season.
With a lot of last year’s top players graduated, the Jaguars will have a lot of freshmen stepping in.
“We had a lot of third-year sophomores, so this year we will be extremely young,” DACC coach Clayton Hicks said. “We have 5-6 sophomores and 28 freshmen. We are excited to get a fresh start with this group. We think we can do well, but there will be some growing pains as well.”
From this new group of players, there are some that Hicks is counting on to continue good performances from the fall season.
Cody Morton will start the year at shortstop and he can be as good as a shortstop that we have had in a while,” Hicks said. “He is really raw and talented and super athletics. He hit close to .450 in the fall and we hope he can continue that trend. Adam Evans will be out No. 1 catcher and he had a good fall season. Both kids worked hard on and off the field.”
Of those coming back, there is a local starter returning in Oakwood native Isaiah Ruch.
“Isaiah Ruch has shown a lot of power in practice and we hope he can be our cleanup hitter in the middle of the lineup and change the game with one swing of the bat,” Hicks said. “Carter Wambach is a good two-way guy and both have pitched for us and he will be one of our four weekend starters.”
With good weather this month, Hicks said it has been as good as time as any to get things ready for the season.
“It has been great weather in February and I feel that we are better along than most teams because of the night games that we have had to start the month off,” Hicks said.
The grind for the Jaguars start on Sunday at Myrtle Beach, S.C.
“We play eight games in six days and we play a lot of good talent,” Hicks said. “We finish the week against Mercer, who is a very good team and we play Northampton, who won 30 games last week. So we play teams from Division I to Division 3 junior colleges. All of them are on different levels and it should be a good test for our guys and what we need to work on as we go through the year.”
The trip will be the start of Hicks getting most of the team to adjust to playing a college baseball schedule.
“Getting them used to the grind of the season and playing that many games in 10 weeks is going to be the major challenge of the group,” Hicks said. “I feel like we are tough and strong enough for it. The mental side in that not many of them have gone through a season like that is interesting as well. I think this group will be faced with adversity and how we deal with this adversity will make us and break us. I think we can compete with the league, but it will come down to how we deal with things when adversity comes.”
Secretary of State offices close
Illinois Secretary of State Alexi Giannoulias announced that all offices and facilities will be closed in observance of Presidents’ Day.
Offices and Driver Services facilities operating on a Tuesday through Saturday schedule will be closed on Saturday, Feb. 18.
Offices and Driver Services facilities operating on a Monday through Friday schedule will be closed Monday, Feb. 20.
All offices and facilities will be open for business on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Individuals can visit the Secretary of State’s website at ilsos.gov for online services including checking eligibility to renew their driver’s license online, applying for a duplicate driver’s license, or renewing license plate stickers.
‘Seussical’ auditions coming up
DLO Musical Theatre will hold auditions for “Seussical” from 6 to 10 p.m. on March 6 and 7 at DLO’s Backstage Rehearsal Hall, 141 N. Walnut St.
Those auditioning will be asked to sing 40-60 seconds of a song of their choosing that best demonstrates their vocal ability. They will also be asked to read from the script.
In addition to vocal, there will also be dance auditions. A video with the choreography will be posted on DLO’s website: dlomusicaltheatre.com.
For more information on the show, to fill out an audition form and to sign up for an audition time slot, visit the DLO website.
Soup supper next weekend
The 14th annual community soup supper will be from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25 at Bismarck United Methodist Church, 115 S. Chicago Ave.
The menu includes chili, homemade chicken noodle soup, vegetable soup, BBQ, hot dogs, drinks and dessert. Carry out will be available.
A free will offering will be collected.
Library closed Monday
Hoopeston Public Library will be closed on Monday in observance of Presidents’ Day.
The library will reopen Tuesday.
Foodmobile in town
Eastern Illinois Foodbank (EIF) will distribute food at Ward Park in Ridge Farm on Saturday from 10 – 11 a.m. Those attending are asked to bring boxes or bags to transport food.
The distribution is part of the Foodbank’s Foodmobile Program, and is open to Vermilion County residents.
Those planning to attend should pre-register at www.EIFclient.com, although doing so does not guarantee a place in line.
A tape of Sir Rod Stewart’s first studio recording is to be sold at auction by his former manager.
Jonathan Rowlands, 83, said the 15IPS analogue tape was sent to Decca Records as an audition recording in 1964, and the result was Sir Rod’s first recording contract.
The tape, being sold as a collector’s item only and with no intellectual property rights, has a pre-auction estimate of £500 to £1,000.
Also included in the lot, being sold at Cheffins auctioneers in Cambridge, are photocopies of Mr Rowlands’ 1964 appointment book which details his meetings with Sir Rod.
Martin Millard, a director at Cheffins, said: “There are armies of Rod Stewart fans across the world, and this tape is an opportunity for someone to own the seminal recording which would go on to propel his career skywards.
“He is one of the most loved artists of the past century, and this is a chance for someone to buy a part of musical history.”
The recording was made on June 18, 1964 in the basement studio of engineer Pepe Rush in Berwick Street in Soho, central London.
Its track listing is: Just Like I Treat You, Moppers Blues, Bright Lights Big City, Keep Your Hands Off Her, Don’t Tell Nobody, Ain’t That Loving You Baby, and Worksong.
Mr Rowlands, of Bakewell, Derbyshire, said the tape will “make someone very happy”.
He said: “The tape was used as audition material for a future recording contract for Rod with Decca Records.
“We had got lucky finding out about Pepe Rush’s studio that was hidden in the basement of a shop in Berwick Street, Soho.
“At the time it was incredibly difficult to get into major studios, as they were all owned and controlled by the likes of Decca, CBS, Polydor and Phillips Records.
“Rod had asked a certain Reg Dwight to come and play piano; unfortunately he had a cold that day and couldn’t make it.
“However, we were lucky for the musicians we used were from Long John Baldry’s Hoochie Coochie Band, led by pianist Ian Armit who Rod normally sang with.
“With my then partner, Geoff Wright, we then sent the tape to Decca Records as an audition recording in June 1964 and the result was we obtained Rod’s first recording contract.
“The first single released then by Decca was Good Morning Little Schoolgirl.”
He said Sir Rod was around 18 at the time, adding: “In those days, you couldn’t sign a management contract until you were 21, so I had visited his parents in Highgate (north London) to ask them to sign on his behalf.”
Mr Rowlands went on: “We knew Rod was something special from the word go.
“He had that absolute star quality which he shares with the likes of Tom Jones and Elton John, which has allowed them to stay relevant in the music industry even after all of these years.”
He said he worked with Sir Rod for around nine years.
The tape is to be sold as part of the Art and Design Sale at Cheffins in Cambridge on Thursday February 23.
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Layman, Deborah M. to Norman, Daniel J. and Susan E., 4901 N. 160th St., $307,500.
Portera, Richard J. and Corbett, Martina to Phillips, Kristen L., 17571 Taylor St., $399,900.
Kutsch, Timothy to Gillogly, Mitch, 15014 Sprague St., $405,000.
Mercer, Ronald L. and Ruth A. to Hofstetter, Dennis D. and Lora E., 2419 Nelsons Creek Drive, $393,000.
Celebrity Homes Inc. to Fraz, Aadil and Liaquat, Amna, 16946 Nebraska Ave., $510,272.
Dworak, Michael Andrew and Otte, Hannah Elizabeth to Ryherd, Grant and Sarah Wai Lan, 14616 Fowler Ave., $254,000.
Charleston Homes LLC to Atigadda, Jagadeeswar, 17813 Ogden St., $449,574.
American Land Title Exchange Company Accommodator 220114 LLC to Hawkins Construction Co., 4420 S. 67th St., $2,500,000.
Duane & Janice Brooks Living Trust and Brooks, Duane Peter, trustee, to Brooks, Duane Patrick, 4802 S. 50th Ave., $165,000.
Shepard, Donald L. and Julie A. to Garcia, Joel Barrera, 15916 Dewey Circle, $365,000.
Oelco LLC to Kumar, Ramya Saravana and Natarajan, Saravana Kumar, 17058 Hawthorne Ave., $297,025.
Lamontia, Anthony C. and Lamontia, John, per rep, to Kellar, Rickie Jr., 7914 Howell St., $217,500.
Napluel, Sing Aung and Amlun, Sing Aung to Toi, An and Meng, Hla, 6959 N. 87th Ave., $243,000.
Celebrity Homes Inc. to Tamang, Maiti M. and Kanchha B., 8602 Young St., $389,789.
O’Hara, Thomas III and Evamarie to Williams, Tony and Stefanie, 8413 Sheffield St., $295,000.
Spiller, Marlon and Janaun to Mock, William, 10707 Girard St., $230,000.
Williamson, Benjamin L. and Andrea M. to Fox, Naomi and Boehm, Andrew, 1214 S. 107th St., $540,000.
Kruger, Cory L. and Jane M. to Frey, Sherry, 3205 Paddock Road, $455,000.
Property Flips LLC to Johnson, Alicia Jane, 8812 Westridge Drive, $210,000.
Davis, Kristine Ann and Matthew J. to Tyler, Erika and Njeru, Jeremia, 2525 Brookside Ave., $450,000.
Diprima, Ross and Jessica to Running, Briana and Martinez, Miguel, 8225 Arbor St., $240,000.
Calvin, Lee S. to Carnazzo, Angela, 10733 Berry Place, $195,000.
Long, Timothy R. and Kristel to Kortus, Frederick Lee III and Bliemeister, Tyler, 49 Country Club Road, $195,000.
Fahey, John R. and Marites U. to Osborn, Wayne and Yau, Kimberly, 6411 S. 75th Circle, $275,000.
Richard & Shirley Wilson Lv Trust and Wilson, Richard W., trustee, to Sandra L. Hite Trust and Hite, Sandra L., trustee, 3932 S. 183rd Ave., $391,000.
Fairbanks, Patrick J. and Peggy S. to Rauf, Abdul and Halima, 19915 Nina St., $500,000.
Stigge, Russell B. and Michelle A. to Al-Salim, Bashar and Sarah, 18422 Poppleton Circle, $810,000.
B. Charlene Fletcher Revocable Trust and Fletcher, B. Charlene, trustee, to Legrande, Julie and Eileen, 1617 S. 190th Place, $350,000.
Frazey, Virginia N. and Kiviranta, Virginia N. to Pribyl, Jennifer K., 18427 Nina St., $568,000.
Amherst Properties LLC to TBDH LLC, 4151 Cuming St., $315,000.
Tuma, Gary Lee to MSV Properties LLC, 4106 Cass St., $112,500.
White, Robert E. to Nuxoll, Craig A. and Kayla Marie, 4404 Chicago St., $138,500.
Young, Latasha R. and Clark, Justin Omar to Benitez, Cary and Moreno, Otoniel, 3119 Charles St., $86,500.
Montgomery, Shawn and Apple Rose to Sloger, Joe and Alyson, 9621 Miami St., $274,000.
Houser, Ryan Matthew and Houser, Sandra K., per rep, to Reeves, Justin Lee and Traci S., 2715 N. 102nd Ave., $237,000.
Lueders, Adam and Lynette to Aus, Zachary Kaye and Allen, Natalie Christine, 9711 Manderson St., $265,000.
Thornton, Katie Lee to Maurer, Samuel and Dugger, Michelle, 9157 Boyd St., $218,000.
Roenfeld, Byron Gene to Roenfeld, Byron Gene and Mitchell, Jeanette Lynn, 3921 Terrace Drive, $66,000.
2Twenty2 LLC to Flipping Flanagans LLC, 7648 Davis Circle, $239,600.
Lightswitch Homes LLC to Warrick, Shannon L. and Dickenson, Mathis D., 9130 Larimore Ave., $210,000.
Hreig LLC to Perez, Jose G. Valderrabano, 9360 Pratt Circle, $250,000.
Calabretto, Michael G. and Ashley to Wonderlich, Griffin and Edmundson, Samantha, 16318 Jefferson St., $268,000.
Pine Crest Homes LLC to Gustafson, Jeffery M. and Christine M., 6169 S. 197th Circle, $555,285.
Van Camp and Son LLC to Selden, Tyler and Miranda, Mecenzie, 18738 Berry St., $275,000.
Williams, Meagan and Lenihan, Ronald to Hanson, Martin and Anja G., 15660 Orchard Ave., $345,000.
Schwenke, Bradley D. and Devan J. to Bazis, Lucia Rose, 18676 S St., $252,000.
Neneman, Ashly L. to Red Ladder LLC, 16541 L St., $452,000.
Batchelor, David R. and Patricia W. to Mohammad, Ali and Ahmadi, Mahtab, 18766 N St., $325,000.
Roberts, Natalie and Stuart L. to Quillin, Morris B. and Janet E., 16704 Y St., $445,000.
Kortus, Christopher A. and Kendra L. to Bossom, Jenny L. and Hackwell, Jenny L., 6301 S. 197th Circle, $490,000.
Backes, Samantha and Waters, Samantha to Wilson, Price A. and Rademacher, Taylor M., 6356 S. 137th St., $210,000.
Polacek, Casey L. and Lorenzen-Polacek, Beka A. to Miller, Anthony R., 12107 Allan Drive, $227,000.
Gonzalez, Cesar to Excellence Home Renovation LLC, 14215 Karl St., $190,000.
Dynamic Properties LLC to Trent, Kenneth, 12745 Southdale Drive, $240,000.
Whalen, Carol to JLD Laird LLC, 15118 Madison St., $185,000.
Ethen, Emma and Loyd, Emma to Rivera, Amber and Schulz, Jacob Russell, 15429 W St., $280,000.
Ladenburger, Scott to CFI LLC, 14724 Weir St., $142,000.
Venteicher, Myong to Anderson, Jacob D., 4969 S. 149th Court, $305,000.
Lundvall, Donald II and Stephanie to Bothwell, Allen and Darline, 12662 N St., $215,000.
1224 Trust and Kerns, Stephen M., trustee, to Reluctant Property Management LLC, 7219 N. 126th Ave., $55,000.
Vinton22 LLC to Lawson, Kirsti A., 12760 Mormon St., $475,000.
Celebrity Homes Inc. to Mossburg, Robert W., 11052 Reynolds St., $390,652.
Landmark Performance Corp. to William J. Thoreen Revocable Trust and Thoreen, William J., trustee, 12819 Mormon St., $738,528.
2511 S. 140th Street Carwash Re LLC to Twain Gl XXXIV LLC, 2511 S. 140th St., $3,681,838.
Lewis, Katie Jean and Paden, Katie Jean to Wheelock, Danyelle S. and Vickers, James H., 12689 B St., $232,000.
Marlowe, Charles C. to BCL Properties Inc., 10822 Poppleton Ave., $225,000.
Axsom, Jimmie R. to Archstone Real Estate LLC, 1729 S. 155th Ave., $275,000.
Htoo, Htoo and Soe, Say Wai to Bouquet, Sheena Lyn and Young, James Melvin, 5209 Ida St., $259,000.
Perrigo, Scott A. to Queen, Teresa A. and Steven P., 15507 Mason Circle, $240,000.
O’Brien, Anne Marie to Newton, Brian and Valerie, 12821 Jackson St., $385,000.
Pavel, Eileen C. to Berry, James and Emily, 12840 Burt Court, $230,000.
Johnson, Timothy J. and Natasha to Muzney, Travis and Katherine, 623 N. 150th St., $290,000.
Furley, Alexander J. to Rehn, Matthew and Holzworth, Sydney, 11205 Farnam St., $246,000.
Red Ladder LLC to Cancilla, Steven, 15516 Burt St., $275,500.
Liu, Guangdong and Zhao, Ruomeng to Latta, Todd E. and Janet L., 12717 Larimore Ave., $190,000.
Beard Bros Building C. LLC to Onserud, Guy H. and Dianne M., 5113 N. 134th Ave., $260,000.
Davis, Jeffery A. and Angie M. to Backes, Daniel and Samantha, 2640 N. 130th St., $265,000.
Helenmari L. Merritt-Genore Trust and Merritt-Genore, Helenmari L., trustee, to Poskochil, Jared J. and Nina L., 13436 Erskine St., $370,000.
Schuett, Brenda J. to Molnar Investments 401K Trust and Molnar, Steve, trustee, 2704 N. 141st Ave., $145,000.
Stephenson, Joann M. to Branscombe, Robert, 12621 Yates St., $255,000.
Goscha, Hannah and Huerta, Natalie to Sariscsany, Laurel Colleen and Huster, Joseph Anthony, 4206 N. 129th Avenue Circle, $210,000.
Best Price Homebuyers LLC to Andersen, Ashlynn and Jase, 6346 N. 112th Circle, $242,500.
Homemade Holdings LLC to 10X Life LLC, 12954 Corby St., $195,000.
Luck, Steven C. and Laura A. to Grace Home Solutions LLC, 13005 Crown Point Ave., $137,000.
Klesitz Realty LLC to Housespan LLC, 1019 Parkway Drive, $162,000.
Red Ladder LLC to Timm, Donald J. and Beverly D., 1401 Englewood Drive, $143,000.
Habitat for Humanity of Sarpy Company Inc. to Yoele, Julia Nabatali, 2207 Greensboro Ave., $172,000.
Brulinski, Ryan Letts and Victoria L. to Simply Better Solution LLC, 1112 Colorado St., $95,000.
Simply Better Solution LLC to Stoneco Real Estate LLC, 1112 Colorado St., $115,000.
Ideal Designs Remodeling & Constr Dba and Ideal Designs Custom Homes LLC to Nielsen, Scott Michael and Julie Lynn, 11410 S. 189th St., $924,000.
Celebrity Homes Inc. to Jones, Brandon M. and Moore, Jasmuynd K., 11762 S. 113th Ave., $401,000.
Horizon Realty Inc. to Stover, Justin R., 11021 Hardwood Drive, $380,000.
Ray, Derek John to Etherton, Jarrod B. and Emily E. R., 2916 Parkside Drive, $285,000.
Smith, William H. and Vinita L. to Smith, Dustin A., 14910 Chateau St., $210,000.
Stroede, Jonathan E., per rep, and Michael J. Stroede Estate to Ausherman, Michael, 3719 Gayle Ave., $200,000.
Dynamic Properties LLC to Navas, Mirna E. and Julio E., 16601 Clay St., $118,000.
Spadaro, Mark A., trustee, to Pelletier, Joel and Lanpher Pelletier, Tina, 11526 S. 39th St., $195,000.
Carroll, Dianne, successor trustee, and Joseph J. Cascio Sr. Revocable Trust to Alff, Scott and Austin, 4410 Maass Road, $1,750,000.
La Vista Senior Housing LLC to Cedarhurst of La Vista Real Estate LLC, 8140 S. 97th Plz, $31,175,000.
Moon, Nicole and David to Sullivan, Mark J. and Rademacker, Rebecca Jean, 7411 S. 93rd St., $395,000.
Beardsley, Jeffrey R. and Alison M. to Baeman, Yong Rae I. and Marcelline N., 8922 Park View Blvd., $220,000.
Kaiser Investment Properties LLC to Kudlacz, Alex, 7511 Joseph Ave., $255,000.
Anderson, Melvin G. and Charleen R. to Mahoney, Jena Nichole and Andrew Shane, 2132 Franklin Drive, $295,000.
Manning, Nicole to Rudolph, Rita L. and Sorensen, Ronnie and Daniel, 5201 Platteview Road, $370,000.
MDC Pflug Partners LLC to Reinig Properties LLC, 16528 & 16534 Riviera Drive, $400,000.
Freeman, Erica A. to Aung, Myo Myint and Kyaw, Khin Yupar, 16146 Virginia St., $350,000.
TTKM Holdings LLC Dba and Milford Select to Beardsley, Jeffrey R. and Alison M., 16517 Timberlane Drive, $429,000.
Ewin, Cody and Bobbi Lynn to Osher, Matthew, 13513 Grissom St., $241,000.
D.R. Horton Nebraska LLC to Garcia, Roberto and Mariah J., 6421 Peters Pkwy, $403,000.
Charleston Homes LLC to House, Josiah L. and Jenna M., 6421 Peters Pkwy, $433,000.
Shepherd, Kristin J., per rep, and Robert J. Shepherd Jr. Estate to Triton Properties LLC, 4930 Robin Drive, $220,000.