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Articles from the January 18, 2023 edition

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Puffs

Folks . . . you just have to keep a ‘Sense of Humor.” I’ve encouraged this ‘virtue’ for many years. You never know when you need it. Last week, for example, in some news story, someplace, I read the phrase: “Think Tank for President...

 

Ryan Kile wins Dick's Place Contest

Games of skill and games of chance permeate American society for many years, and the 2022-23 college football bowl games have been involved in many ways. Dick’s Place in Lawrence has sponsored a contest for many a year and for this year, the...

 

Remembering . . . The Pledge, thinking forward

$523,175.91 . . . That figure is proudly displayed on the Community Information sign on Main Street in Lawrence. The figure is impressive in one way, and disappointing in other ways. Impressive in...

 

Nelson American Legion Post 187 news

The regular monthly meeting of the Nelson American Legion Family was held on Thursday, Jan. 12, in the Legion meeting room. The group was saddened by the sudden death of long-time club manager, Jim Menke. Jim was the driving force in obtaining the...

 

Jim Menke

James Arthur Menke, the son of Vernon and Dolores (Schroer) Menke, was born on May 10, 1944, in Superior, Nebraska. He died Jan. 10, 2023, at his home in Nelson, Nebraska at the age of 78 years, 8...

 

Paul E. Buresh

Paul E. Buresh, son of James J. and Mildred I. (Holmquist) Buresh was born Nov. 29, 1942, near Oak, Nebraska. He died on Jan. 9, 2023, at Brodstone Healthcare in Superior, Nebraska, at the age of 80...

 

Area students recognized on honor lists at CCC

Central Community College has announced the names of full-time students who earned spots on the president’s and dean’s honor lists for the 2022 fall semester. The students were enrolled at one or more CCC locations, which include the Columbus,...

 

Help stop wildlife crime with new reporting tool

Helping law enforcement eliminate poaching in Nebraska got a little easier, thanks to a new program by Nebraska Game and Parks. The new online reporting tool allows people to anonymously report suspected wildlife violations through...

 

Four area students receive Doane Athletics academic honors

Doane Athletics is introducing a new academic honor this year that will be awarded each semester, the Athletic Director’s Semester Honor Roll and High Honor Roll. The academic honor is awarded to student-athletes who fulfill their athletic...

 

Blood Drive falls short of goal

Another disappointing blood drive!  Nelson had a full schedule filled with 62 donors, and then the blood mobile arrived last Monday morning, short-staffed again! It’’s disappointing to have to cancel so many donors and even send some home...

 

Love my crazy life

Jacob made it safely to Texas and was surprisingly on time. He said he has been doing brain-numbing tasks and lots of PT while waiting for classes to start. Robert made it out to Pennsylvania and is headed back to the midwest as I type. I’m...

 

Ken Herz Selected as chairman for NCBA policy committee

The National Cattlemen's Beef Association's (NCBA) has selected four Nebraska Cattlemen members including one from Nuckolls County to serve as policy committee leaders at the national level. Nebraska...

 

L-N girls basketball

It was one step forward and two steps back for the Lawrence-Nelson girls basketball team as they won one of the three games they played. The Rock Hills Grizzlies handed the Raiders a 45-39 loss at...

 

L-N boys basketball

The Lawrence-Nelson boys basketball team is clawing its way back to the .500 mark. They won two of their past three games to get to 6-7. The Raiders downed Rock Hills 45-20 at Mankato last Tuesday....

 

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