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Litzenberg Memorial County Hospital - Litzenberg Memorial County Hospital is a 20-bed Critical Access Hospital, with an attached 46-bed Long Term Care unit, and 2 Medical Clinics (one in Fullerton), located in Central City, Nebraska.

Country:, North America, US

City: -97.822 , United States

  • Michael - Great Book for the trivia buff!

    Dan always writes interesting stories. His daily e-mails are fantastic and now we can have the book on our coffee table to show friends and family. Awesome collaboration of stories. I would recommend this book to everyone!

  • Monica Fernandez - IT DID NOT WORK AT ALL FOR ME

    The mice practicly pooped right on the bag. I felt like they gave me the finger and laughed at me. The sad part is that this was my last attempt to make them go away with out killing them, sadly we are back to the mice tramps the ones the snap ;(. So I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS

  • Cape Cod - Fire Damage - smoke & soot

    We experienced a devastating house fire. Fire raged through one end of the house, heavy smoke and soot found its way in every nook and cranny. 1400 degree heat melted light fixtures, boiled food in the refrigerator. We had extensive pieces of china (Spode, Wedgewood, Herend), ceramics, glass, crystal (Waterford, Baccarat, Yeoward), kitchen ware - some exposed, some in cabinets. The insurance company sent a "service" out the day of the fire. They took 'samples' to see what could be salvaged. When they returned 5 days later, they were prepared to start packing and removing the remaining household items, declaring items were too labor intensive to save. Meanwhile, I went into high gear, filled a couple of plastic bins with similar items and started experimenting with several products at an off site garage sink. Krud Kutter was a name that came up on a fireman's wife's blog. I quickly discovered soot and smoke doesn't rinse off, nor does it wash off easily. I bought the Krud Cutter in the 32oz spray bottle. Using a degreaser dish washing liquid for the first clean and old terry washcloths (sponges and brushes weren't effective), I discovered that Krud Kutter cut through and literally melted off residue in cracks, crevices, corners, etc. I rinsed everything well and dried it, packing it in non print newspaper and plastic bins. I had Herend china with gold leaf on an open hutch totally covered with soot and smoke, even looking scorched. I cleaned 60 some pieces in 3 hours with Krud Kutter and it looked brand new. The 'service' said it took them 3 hours on a coffee pot and they managed to rub off and remove all the gold leaf. I then checked with my local fire department whether Krud Kutter would be safe in our septic system and got the go ahead. A real plus that it is biodegradable, non toxic, and was gentle on my hands (which were taking a real beating!)