District Court

Office Hours

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (M-F)


308-428-3022 (fax)


PO Box 287
Greeley, NE 68842

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Mindy A. Grossart

Clerk, Clerk of District Court, Election Commissioner,
Jury Commissioner and Register of Deeds

Patty Bauer

Deputy Clerk

Monica Carraher

Office Clerk


The Greeley County Clerk of the District Court is an ex-officio office. The term of the office is four years. Each county in the State of Nebraska has a clerk of the district court. In counties with less than 7,000 the county board and district court judge determine whether there should be a clerk of the district court. If a clerk does not exist, the county clerk is the ex officio clerk of the district court.

Greeley County is the 8th Judicial District, which also includes Custer, Garfield, Howard, Loup, Sherman, Valley, and Wheeler Counties. Although the District Courts have concurrent jurisdiction with County Courts, District Courts primarily hear all felony criminal cases, equity cases, domestic relations cases and civil cases involving more than $51,000. The District Court also functions as an Appellate Court in deciding appeals from County Courts and various administrative agencies.


In addition to being the Administrative Office of the Court, the Clerks of the District Courts are responsible for maintaining the records of criminal and civil cases, mental health cases, the Court’s dockets and processing judgments.

The clerk of the district court is responsible for:

  • Issuing writs and orders
  • Filing and preserving all papers delivered to the Court
  • Certification/Authentication of court filings
  • Make entry of return of every summons, subpoena and order served
  • Keep the records pertaining to the Court and records its proceedings
  • Prepare and file the annual inventory statement of all county personal property in his or her custody and possession.
  • Provide and process protection order applications.
  • Track all court costs, fees, fines, restitution and judgments ordered in each case filed.

The Clerk of the District Court also serves as an ex-officio jury commissioner for the County.