Nebraska U-S Senator Pete Ricketts will have staff members in the Panhandle Monday conducting Mobile Offices in Crawford and Harrison.
Mobile Offices provide the senator with additional constituent outreach from his full-time offices by going to more remote locations.
Nebraskans who can’t get answers to questions involving federal programs in a timely manner or feel they have been treated unfairly are invited to attend Mobile Office sessions.
Ricketts says his staff may be able to help those individuals resolve their issues or at least help them get in touch with the correct people to do so.
The Mobile Office in Crawford runs Monday morning from 10:30-to-noon at City Hall while the session in Harrison is from 1:00-2:30 at the Sioux County Courthouse.
Ricketts will also have two Mobile offices in the area on Thursday, from 9:30-11:00 at the Hemingford Public Library and from noon-1:30 at the Sheridan County Courthouse in Rushville.