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 By Bill Blauvelt    News    January 13, 2020

Ben Price opens welding shop for agricultural products

Ben Price, the son of Carla and John Price, Jr. and a 2018 graduate of Superior High School, has returned to Superior to open a business Price attended Southeast Community College in Lincoln. He...

 

Cole Epley serving farm customers in 120 countries

Cole Epley has realized his dream of returning home to Nuckolls County to live and work. Epley is a 2014 Lawrence-Nelson High School graduate. He has three younger sisters, Hallie, Emma and Hayden....

 

Smoldering grain causes problems at Sedan elevator

An investigation was launched to determine the cause of an ongoing fire at the Sedan elevator in northern Nuckolls County. In the first week of December, elevator workers noted grain in a million bushel bin was getting hot. On Dec. 22, the hot grain...

 

Business Expo coming March 14 to Superior Winery

The Superior Chamber of Commerce has added a new event to the 2020 calendar called the Business Expo and Job Fair. Sponsored by the Superior Ambassadors, the event will be held at the Superior Estates Winery from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March...

 

Town hall meeting to consider attitude survey results

In late summer, residents of Superior were asked to respond to an internet based attitude survey conducted by the South Central Economic Development District. The responses have been compiled and a district representative will present the report at...

 

UNL professor answers drone questions

With more sightings of mysterious drones flying around rural areas across Nebraska and now into Kansas in the dark, Matt Waite, director of the drone journalism lab located within the University of...

 

Nelson hosts Red Cross Bloodmobile event

The Red Cross Blood Mobile arrived in Nelson Friday morning. The weather started out fairly nice but by noon the snow came. Thankfully it didn't get much and most of it just blew away. Unfortunately...

 

Superior Wildcats split games with Thayer Central

At Hebron, the Superior Lady Cats played the Thayer Central Titans Friday. The Cat’s record was 8-1 while the Titan’s was 6-3 before the game. The Cats lead in the first two quarters, leaving the...

 

Superior Wildcats sweep Fillmore Central Panthers

On Saturday, the Wildcats swept the Fillmore Central Panthers at home, winning all four games of the night including the boys and girls junior varsity and varsity matches. Before the game, the...

 
 By Jenny Rees    Columns    January 13, 2020

Jenny REESources

Jan. 28 is the Farmers and Ranchers Cow-Calf College at the US Meat Animal Research Center near Clay Center. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. with program beginning at 9:55 a.m. Topics include: Forage Sampling, Understanding Annual Cow Costs,...

 

Editor's Notebook

Literature classes and reading how noted authors described foggy days served to spark my interest in trying to produce a photograph that shows the beauty of a foggy day or night. I’ve seldom captured with a camera what I feel when the area is...

 

Country Roads

The subject given to create a story at a Writer’s Club meeting was “What is the oldest thing you have and why do you still have it?” For me it is an old and cherished quilt. It is nothing like today’s quilts which are made using brightly...

 

Henry Piper

Henry John “Hank” Piper, 75, of Wamego, Kan., died surrounded by his entire family, Friday, Jan. 10, at Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan, Kan. He had been a long-time resident of the community.... Full story

 

Roger Stone

Roger T. Stone, 73, died Sunday, at the Hastings hospital. His funeral was held Wednesday morning at Trinity Lutheran Church, Hildreth, Neb., with Pastors Kari Foss and Marcia Dorn officiating. Burial with military rites by Kent Kailey American... Full story

 

Norman Hoevet

Norman Lee Hoevet, 83, the son of Harold J. and Leota B. (Glass) Hoevet was born June 17, 1936, at Fairfield. He died Jan. 9, at Bryan Medical Center West in Lincoln, Neb. Services are pending at this time.... Full story

 

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