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Case displays veteran's medals

To see this individual around town, doing his daily activities, you may never know what extraordinary things he has done in his past. That can be said of many people, but this man is a hero to the United States of America. John Combs was drafted in...

 

Couple traveling with pop-up camper on stilts

While taking the usual evening walk through Lincoln Park, an unusual sight seemed to spring out of nowhere. At close range it looked something like a camper on stilts. In fact, it was a rooftop camper on a metal frame that gave a new meaning to high...

 

World traveler selects Superior as central location for her home

When people have lived in many areas of the United States and abroad, what brings them to a small town like Superior, Nebraska? That's what many think when they see someone new. In Barbara Huntington's case, it's family that brought her to Superior....

 
 By Sandra Foote    News    May 5, 2022

Robin Bargen experiences Irish 'princess' life-style

It's not every day that you may be able to experience being a princess. But when your sister wants to be married in a castle, what else can you do? Robin Bargen's sister met a wonderful person seven y...

 
 By Sandra Foote    News    February 17, 2022

High School romance rekindles

Many years ago this year's Express Valentine's story began in Grand Island. Janice (Foulk) Dangler was 14 and Rob Green was 17 when they met while participating in a production called, "I Remember MaMa." Originally it was a 1948 black and white...

 

81-year-old woman achieves sky-dive goal

Jan and Dick Miller retired from their jobs in Arizona in 2003. For the next few years, they lived in Tekamah and wintered in Arizona. They made their home in Superior in 2010 but continued to winter...

 
 By Sandra Foote    News    April 8, 2021

Park staff inspecting deteriorating equipment

Safety and update concerns at Superior City Parks By Sandra Foote The Superior park employees look for safety issues when it comes to the parks’ play sets. They are fixed and the screws are tightened to maintain the structural function of the park...

 
 By Sandra Foote    News    April 1, 2021

New swings in place as City Park opens

Superior Lion's Club donated $5,700 to the Superior Park Department last December as a final gesture before disbanding. This was their last act as an organized community service group. The Lion's...

 
 By Sandra Foote    News    March 25, 2021

Perry Freeman, retired Superior police chief, writes book

Perry Freeman is a retired police officer. He was Superior’s police chief for 17 years after he retired from the Colorado Springs police department. During his time with the Colorado Springs police force, he worked undercover and infiltrated an out...

 
 By Sandra Foote    News    November 26, 2020

Long separated friends meet in Superior salon

Lanis Jorgensen had the surprise of her life a couple weeks ago. She called me and said she had a little story I might be interested in. She was working one day at Solutions when her 11 a.m., appointment walked in. The name for the appointment was...

 
 By Sandra Foote    News    April 2, 2020

New faces abound in police dept.

Superior Police Department has had several changes this past year or so. Three new officers and a new Chief of Police have joined the department since Perry Freeman retired in December 2019. Jason...

 
 By Sandra Foote    News    January 10, 2019

Rod Deuel Retires from Shopko

Pharmacist Rod Deuel, a 1970 graduate of Superior High School is retiring. Following high school, Rod pursued a business profession other than pharmacy when enrolling in college. While attending the Superior schools, he enjoyed math but did not...

 

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