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Articles from the January 23, 2020 edition

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Superior school facilities repair comes with $3 million price tag

Monday evening, Marty Kobza, Superior superintendent of schools, projected slightly more than $3 million dollars are needed to complete the major school maintenance projects. Possible funding was also reviewed, including lease purchase agreements....

 
 By Dalton Carper    News    January 23, 2020

Ricketts challenges legislators to deliver property tax relief

In his annual address to the Nebraska Unicameral delivered last Wednesday Gov. Pete Ricketts highlighted key areas of growth that occurred in the previous year as well as outlined his four main priorities for 2020. First on his list of priorities,...

 

Primary election planning underway

As we keep an eye on the forecast and wonder if the weather will upset our travel plans, Nebraska’s primary election seems to be a long way off. But in reality it may be closer than we think. The Nuckolls County clerk’s office is already...

 

Wildcats split games with Sandy Creek

On Saturday, the Wildcats played another away game at Sandy Creek. The Cats started strong, ending the first quarter with 19 points to the Cougars 0. Scoring 21 more points in the second quarter, 12...

 

Wildcats played at Henderson Jan. 14

On Tuesday the Wildcats went to Henderson to play the Heartland Huskies. The Lady Cats started the game behind the Huskies letting them score six points before they could score any. The Cats then...

 

Country Roads

Taking “Road trips” have always been looked forward to. Once in a while I can talk my farmer husband into getting into the pickup or car and heading out for a fun day, seeing different scenery and exploring. The road trips are usually not so far...

 
 By Jenny Rees    Columns    January 23, 2020

Jenny's REESources

A few times a month, I receive questions about hops or hemp. For those interested in hops, the Nebraska Brewer’s Conference will be Jan. 27-28 at the Younes Convention Center in Kearney. You can learn more details here: www.growbrewnebraska.com....

 

David Parker

David Robert Parker, 80, of Boulder, Colo., died Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020, after bravely fighting a year-long battle against brain cancer. Dave was born Nov. 15, 1939, in Sioux Falls, S.D., to Gerald and Lucile (Gleich) Parker. He grew up in Superior,...

 

Robert Heil

Robert Stephen “Steve” Heil, 71, died Jan. 13, at Providence Place Memory Care, Hastings. Services with military rites by A.L. Shirley Post 176 were at 2:30 p.m., Jan. 17, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Blue Hill with Pastor Leah Krotz officiatin...

 

Robert Schneider

Robert Edward Schneider, 82, the son of Charles and Mable (Brassall) Schneider, was born on May 23, 1937 in Springfield, Mo. He died Jan. 14, 2020 at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Robert was a high school graduate and Marines veteran. Growing...

 

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