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Country Roads

Rural entertainment has picked up on the Schlaefli farmstead. A few days ago our neighbor turned his cow-calf herd out in the field directly across the road from our house. The cows seem content as there is plenty to eat as they are stationed in a...

 
 By Bill Blauvelt    Columns    April 4, 2024

Editor's Notebook

There are things about my memories that I don’t understand. In recent days I have been researching the history of two Commercial Avenue buildings, the former Carnegie Public Library building at Fourth and Commercial and the former Masonic Lodge b...

 

Puffs

THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT THE BAD NEWS IS NOT THE ONLY NEWS I introduced you to the phrase above last week. I did not come up with the format of the phrase, I just came across it recently and wanted all of you to have an understanding of it before the...

 
 By Teraesa Bruce    Columns    April 4, 2024

Love my crazy life

I completely overdid this weekend and have myself feeling like crud again. We were hosting Easter dinner, and the dust bunnies were beginning to get somewhat aggressive. The last thing I wanted was to serve mashed potatoes a’la’cat hair, so I sta...

 

Not Exactly a Pony

As a young lad my father always wanted a pony. The family owned a summer house on the ocean with a fair–sized lot. The lot was at the edge of town with a sheep farm across the road from the house and a large field beside it. The main problem with hav...

 

Ask a Pastor Column

Q: If the Bible is true then how come there are so many different perspectives on what it really teaches? How can I tell who’s right? A: Let’s begin by stating that there is only one completely right interpretation of Scripture, and it is the one...

 

After 62 years, Masonic lodge moves from downtown Superior building

What likely was Superior's oldest electric sign was taken down in March as members of the community's Masonic Bodies were preparing to sell their quarters and move to a smaller location. However, questions surround the sign and the history of the...

 

Senator's staff will hold office hour at Nelson

A member of Sen. Pete Ricketts’ staff will be at the Nelson Library from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 12. The library is located 73 East Fourth Street, about one block east of the Commercial Bank, to assist area residents with their casework n...

 

Solar eclipse may be visible here Monday

A total solar eclipse will occur over North America on Monday. It will be the last total solar eclipse visible from the United States until 2044. While the path of totality will be south of our local area, we should still experience 70 to 85 percent...

 

Voter registration numbers declining in Nuckolls Co.

Probably everyone in the nation knows, the year 2024 is an election year. As such, many people express an interest in voter registration numbers before the election date which is rapidly approaching. A study of voter registration numbers from the...

 

Perception of community leader changes in 10 years

A. C. Felt, who voluntarily returned from California and confessed to the wrecking of the First National Bank at Superior, after receiving his sentence of five years in the Leavenworth federal prison, told the judge a wonderful story. He told how he...

 

Area employers collaborate to address childcare needs

In a collaborative effort to meet the growing childcare needs of Nuckolls County, Brodstone Healthcare, Superior Public Schools and the City of Superior have joined forces to open a childcare center – Nuckolls County Childcare Center (NC3). Based o...

 

Easter Eggstravaganza

Six-year-old, Guner Mohler, and his mother, Alexis, empty the contents of the Easter eggs he collected into a bag at the Easter Eggstravaganza, Alexis was born and raised in Superior and has fond...

 

JC Hospital host Brunch

4 on the Floor, a barbershop quartet from Hastings, provided entertainment for Jewell County Hospital's Easter Brunch on Friday. They have been singing with their current members for seven years. 4...

 

4-H Builds Communication Skills at Post Rock District 4-H Days

4-H members developed necessary communication skills by showcasing presentations and talent at the Post Rock District 4-H Day events in Beloit on Feb. 10, Smith Center on March 4, or by virtual...

 

Pastor to report on trip to Uganda

The public is invited to attend “Water is Life: Hope and Healing from Nebraska to Uganda” at the Blue Hill Public Library at 10:30 Saturday morning. The featured speaker will be Pastor Leah Fintel Krotz, formerly of Blue Hill’s St. Paul Luthe...

 

Lawrence-Nelson FBLA sponsored Easter egg hunt

The Lawrence-Nelson FBLA sponsored the annual Easter egg hunt at Harbine Park in Nelson. Approximately 50 children, pre-kindergarten through fifth grade took part in the event. Pictured (standing in...

 

Local students headed to American Legion Auxiliary Girls State

Cassidy Huston and Valentina Koehler of Lawrence-Nelson High School both have been selected to attend American Legion Auxiliary Cornhusker Girls State June 2 to 8, on the campus of the University of...

 

New DHHS Hastings Office opened April 1

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has opened its new permanent office location at 905 Theatre Dr. Suite 100, Hastings. The temporary office location at 4200 W 2nd St. has closed. DHHS staff in the Hastings office can...

 
 By Teraesa Bruce    News    April 4, 2024

Solar Eclipse

A total solar eclipse will occur on Monday, April 8. It will be the last total solar eclipse visible from the United States until 2044. While the path of totality will be south of our local area, we should still experience 70 to 85 percent of the...

 

Pat Kimminau 

Patricia Ann Kimminau, the daughter of George and Francis (Karmazin) Drudik, was born on Feb. 21, 1938, in Lawrence, Nebraska. She died on March 30, 2024, at the Parkview Haven Nursing Home at...

 
 By DeAnna Tuttle    News    April 4, 2024

Nelson Rubies enjoy lunch and games

Twenty Nelson Rubies gathered for lunch and games at a local cafe on March 27. Event planners Jodene Clabaugh, Carla Jeardoe, Marcia Buresh, Mickey Vork and Karen Thayer came up with an updated version of a true or false quiz titled ‘Truth or B...

 

Orville Coady

Orville L. (Bill) Coady was born at home on Dec. 8, 1936, in Stamford, Nebraska, to Wm. Orville and Ruth (Clawson) Coady. He died on March 25, 2024, at Harbor Senior Care in Lincoln, Nebraska, at the age of 87. Growing up, he was busy being a...

 

SHS track team

The Superior High School boys and girls track and field teams were scheduled to compete at the Kenesaw Invitational last Tuesday. Inclement weather led to postponement of the event. The teams competed at the Sandy Creek Invitational at Sandy Creek...

 

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