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Articles from the January 10, 2019 edition

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Omio, Omio, Where art thou

For those who don't know, Omio was a Jewell County town located in Vicksburg and Grant townships. It centered around what is today the intersection of Omio Road (270 Road) and M Road about 3 miles sou...

 

Fleming trial will be held in Mitchell County

The case involving Carol Fleming, a former Ionia communty resident who was apparently murdered in Beloit on Aug. 16, 2003, has entered it's 16th year without being resolved. However, it appears to be...

 

Country Roads

I’m always sad when the time comes for the Christmas trees and other Christmas decorations to come down. It’s a job I put off as long as possible but my husband begins to drop hints that lead me to believe he’s ready for the decorations to be...

 
 By Jenny Rees    Columns    January 10, 2019

Jenny's Reesources

It feels like a long time since I wrote! Being burned out, I wasn’t ready to reflect on 2018 in my previous column. Perhaps some of you felt that way too? There were plenty of challenges for agriculture in 2018. Grateful for breaks. Grateful for a...

 

Did you know? Ionia

In June 1931, Ionia had a newspaper, The Ionia Booster, published in Glen Elder every Friday. Perry Betz was editor. The subscription price was $1. Among the front page stories was one telling how the Ionia baseball team defeated Lebanon 3—2....

 
 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...

 

Solar lights vandalized

Dec. 30, the four solar lights that light up the Esbon sign at the Highway 112 and Highway 36 junction were shot and damaged. The lights were replaced and found damaged again a few days later. If anyone has any information regarding this incident...

 

Editor's Notebook

The social media warning posted by a law enforcement officer originated in Republic County but it could probably come out any of the counties served by this newspaper. The notice I read earlier this week said, “Please stop mudding on county roads...

 

Reginald Thayer

Reginald Thayer Reginald Lee Thayer, the son of Loren and Lillian (Smith) Thayer, was born on May 29, 1947, in Superior, Neb. He died Dec. 31, 2018, at Superior at the age of 71 years, 7 months and 2 days. Reg attended Cadams School and graduated...

 

Vic Pedersen

A longtime Superior resident, Victor Pedersen, 90, died Tuesday at Hebron. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home....

 

Pickup burns near Randall

The Randall Volunteer Fire Department was called to a pickup fire at 12:45 p.m. Sunday. The fire was located east of 220 Road, right off of Highway 28. The cause of the fire was believed to be an electrical issue. The pickup was a total...

 

Eileen Nacke

Eileen F. Nacke, 77, the daughter of Walter and Anna (Reith) Boerger was born Jan. 21, 1941, at Linn, Kan. She died Saturday at the Sutton Community Home, Sutton, Neb. Eileen moved with her family as a young girl to Beatrice where she graduated from...

 

JoAnn Renz

JoAnn Martha (Schultz) Renz, 83, Deshler, was born May 1, 1935, to Ova and Martha Schultz near Ruskin. She died Tuesday, Jan. 1, at Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Superior. JoAnn graduated from Ruskin High School with the Class of 1952. She was... Full story

 

Fiber to the Home complete in Superior

It’s a new year and with it have come several changes to the Superior community. Contractors replacing curbs and sidewalks in downtown Superior finished their work and moved most of their equipment out just before the new year arrived. On the very...

 

Renovation of former law office begins

It was reported last August that Superior Development Corporation had accepted a $150,000 Rural Business Development Grant from USDA. The grant will be used to renovate the building at 213 E Third Street into a business incubator. The building which...

 

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