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Longtime employee buys Superior Industies

TJ Morris has been on quite a ride at Superior Industries. He was the first employee hired by Arlen Mikkelsen when he began the company 20 years ago. Morris is now the owner of the company which is...

Resignations accepted at January meeting

President Kenny Mizner called the regular meeting of the Board of Education for USD No. 107 to order Monday. Those present were Kenny Mizner, Brenden Wirth, Brandon Hollerich, Lori Slate, Lori Yelken, Marc Grout, Rex Boley, Sam Meyers and Janet...

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Murray corrals welcome a spotted donkey

There is a new addition in the Murray corrals! A week ago spotted donkey colt was born. It is a female "Jenny." Its mother also has spotted markings which is a dominate feature. When Gordon Murray,...

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The first baby of the new year arrives at Brodstone

Oakland David Brooks Weber was the firs.t baby of 2021 born at Brodstone Memorial Hospital. He arrived Friday, Jan. 8. He weighed 8 lbs. 7 oz. His parents are Jacob and Maleka Weber, Superior....

Superior Landlords protest utilities plan to transfer bills

A planned changed in a City of Superior ordinance which would make landlords responsible for their renters’ delinquent utility bills has again been delayed. The proposed change was passed on first reading about two months ago but has yet to...

NET program will feature Nelson faces

Stories out of both Nuckolls and Jefferson counties will be featured when a popular show returns to the Nebraska Educational Television Network stations later this month. The first episode which will be shown at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 21, will...

Jewell County officials sworn in

For the first time in 44 years, Jewell County has a new county attorney. Alex Carabajal, Jewell County native and resident of Mankato, was sworn in Monday at the courthouse with other county elected officials. Carajabal replaces Darrell Miller who...

COVID vaccinations moving to group 2

Monday evening South Heartland District Health Department (SHDHD) officials reported they are expecting to wrap up first dose vaccination of most of the health care provider priority groups in the four-county district who want the COVID-19 vaccine....

Patrol car approved by commissioners

The Jewell County Commissioners met Jan. 4. Commissioners Mark Fleming, Steve Greene and Keith Roe were present. Houston Becker, deputy county clerk, and Brent Beck, commissioner-elect, was present for the meeting. Travis Garst, solid waste...

Water line replacement survey began Wednesday

Work on Superior’s Bloom Street water project is finally getting underway. The original plan was to complete the work in 2020 but to schedule the work around the Highway 8 improvement project and the harvest seasons. The goal was to cause the...

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Superior wins game against Thayer Central 53 to 36

Superior hosted Thayer Central Friday. The game was tight in the first quarter with Superior leading 12 to 8. The Cats went on a nice run throughout the second quarter extending their lead to 27 to...

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SHS wrestlers take fifth at Franklin

The Superior High School wrestling team competed at the Franklin Invitational, at Franklin High School Saturday. They finished in fifth place in the 13 team field with 105.5 points. Other teams at...

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L-N girls win two in a row to start year

The Lawrence- Nelson High School girls basketball team reeled off two straight wins to improve their season record to 5-5. Lawrence-Nelson downed the McCool Junction Mustangs 39-28 at Nelson last...

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L-N boys split a pair

The Lawrence-Nelson boys basketball team allowed last Tuesday's game with McCool Junction, at Nelson, slip away to a 48-40 loss. The Raiders hung on to down the Giltner Hornets, 53-42, at Giltner,...

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Lady Raiders even record at 5-5 with two wins last week

Coming or going . . . the L-N Lady Raiders had a good week of basketball last week. Two victories evened their season record at 5-5 as they enter the last half of the season. The games were different...

RHHS girls trounce Chase team

The Rock Hills High School girls basketball team recorded one of their more resounding wins of recent years when they downed the Chase Kats, 73-30, at Chase Friday. The Lawrence-Nelson Raiders visited Mankato, Tuesday, with game results unavailable...

Superior comes up short against Fillmore Central

Superior traveled to Geneva to take on Fillmore Central Saturday. The Cats were looking to add a third game to their streak of wins, but a poor shooting effort (18 percent from the field) stopped their streak. “We came out a little flat and...

SHS girls go 1-1

The Superior High School girls basketball team lost a nail-biter to the Thayer Central Titans, 46-43, at Superior, Friday. They rebounded nicely with a 57-48 win over the Fillmore Central Panthers, at Geneva, Saturday to bring their record to 6-5....

Raider New Year begins with loss – victory

The return to the classroom and scheduled basketball practices and games was welcomed by most high schools in Nebraska last week. The Raiders played well against two different opponents last week. In McCool Junction L-N had a very good first half...

RHHS boys down Chase at Chase

The Rock Hills High School boys basketball team won their first game of the season and evened their record at 1-1 with their 50-38 win over Chase, at Chase. Friday. The Lawrence-Nelson Raiders visited Mankato, Tuesday, for a game. Results were...

Editor's Notebook

I grew up believing I lived in the world’s melting pot, a place where people of various races and backgrounds came together and made decisions which benefited the majority. I counted among my friends people from Nigeria, India, Iraq, Hong Kong,...

My Crazy Life

Almost every year for the past nine years, George and I have been in Omaha many a new year. Whether it be for the end of the year meetings or our visitations with the boys, we have often found ourselves in Omaha. This year the boys came here, and...

Country Roads

Living on a farmstead has a lot of pluses. Some of those are the panoramic views provided every day and night. When either standing outside or looking out the farmhouse window, the sights are almost unbelievable. There are no city views of tall...

Puffs

Puffs Tommy Lasorda . . . I suspect that unless you’re a baseball fan of a certain age, you are not familiar with the name. However, I can remember his name very well and remember him as the coach of the Los Angeles Dodgers. He is a member of the...

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John Meyer

John (Phil) Meyer, 79, Superior, died on Jan. 1, 2021. Hospice helped getting "Papa John" mov-ed to his home on Christmas morning from Good Sam's for his Christmas Wish of being home with his Family...

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Clyde Gleason

Clyde Hubert Gleason, a loving 88-year-old husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and uncle was surrounded by family when he died Monday, Nov. 16, 2020, at his residence in Fort...

Carol Bourbon

Carol Bourbon, age 97, died Jan. 11, at the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. Her funeral will be at 10:30 a.m., today, Thursday, at the Trinity United Methodist Church, Jewell. Visitation was from 2 to 6 p.m., Wednesday at Kleppinger Funeral Home,...

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Lucille Post

Veda Lucille Swank Post was born June 20, 1918, at the family country home, six miles south of Gaylord, Kan., in Osborne County. She was the eighth child and youngest daughter of E.C. (Ted) and...

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