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Editor's Notebook

I was a grade school student when /Aunt Viola gave me a point and shoot camera. After receiving the box camera with a flash attachment, I started sharing family photography assignments with my father. Until then, my father was the family photographer...

 

Ask a Pastor Column

Presenting Biblical answers to tough questions Q: How do I know if I’m sinning or not? Is there a list of sins that I can look at? A: If I were speaking to this person face to face, I would ask them why they want to know if they are sinning or...

 

Puffs

This article was written by a college student by the name of Alyssa Ahlgren, who’s in grad school for her MBA. It’s a short article but definitely worth a read.  “My Generation Is Blind to the Prosperity Around Us!  I’m sitting in a...

 

Love my crazy life

Writer’s block, ugh! I got it, and it is not good! I have been staring at this computer screen for hours, and the words just aren’t coming. I can almost feel my editor breathing down the back of my neck as my deadline is fast approaching. I sat d...

 

Voters have many slots to fill in 2022 Nebraska election

Many Americans think of an "Election Year" as coming every four years. That is the term of the U. S. President and it gets the most attention. Sometimes what is called a "By-election" is overlooked....

 

Superior regains Nebraska Leadership Certification

Local leaders' long-term goals to provide housing, recreational and downtown accessibility in the City of Superior have earned accolades for success in community development from the State of...

 

5 Blessings Boutique grand opening Saturday

What started as an internet only business is opening a brick and mortar store location. Grand opening hours on Saturday will be from 10 to 4. The Five Blessings Boutique is located at 117 West Third...

 

Unicameral honors Darin Koepe

The Nebraska Unicameral approved a resoluteion Tuesday that honors the actions of the late Darin Koepke, an Agrex supervisor who was fatally wounded during an active shooting in the firm’s Superior elevator office laste October. When the shooting...

 

COVID-19 puts Brodstone Fit classes on hold

Because of the rapidly increasing number of COVID cases in this area Brodstone Fit programs have been canceled at least through Feb. 8. At that time the situation will be reassessed and a decision about resuming classes will be made. Both the...

 

Roger Nelson retires from LRND board

After 23 years as a member of the Lower Republican Natural Resources District Board, Roger Nelson has retired. The last official day for the Superior resident was Dec. 10. He joined the board in 1999. Nelson also served 19 of those years as a member...

 

Nebraska newspapers launch statewide public notice website

The Nebraska Press Association (NPA) has launched a new public website to provide greater public access and notification to the workings of all government entities and courts in Nebraska.  The website – www.nepub licnotices.com  – is a...

 

Barry directs Gaga Ball Pit construction to earn Eagle Boy Scout Rank

Jacob Barry, a senior at Rock Hills Junior-Senior High School, son of Pamela and Brenden Wirth of Mankato and Shawn Barry and Kara Gilbert of Webber, has earned his Eagle Rank as a member of Boy Scout...

 

Ionia theft suspect now under arrest

The Jewell County Sheriff’s office reports that last Wednesday an Ionia resident was arrested and charged with the possession of stolen property and theft....

 

Commissioners approve employment agreements

The Jewell County Commissioners, Steve Greene and Brent Beck, and county clerk, Carla J. Waugh, were present for the Jan. 3, meeting. Employment agreements with the highway department, ambulance, solid waste director, weed department, emergency prepa...

 

Jewell County Commissioners approve patrol car bid

The Jewell County Commissioners met Jan. 10. Commissioners Steve Greene and Brent Beck were present. Houston Becker, deputy county clerk, was present for the meeting. Steve Greene was appointed chairman of the board. Brent Beck was appointed vice cha...

 

Happy Birthday, Kansas

It is January, time for cold weather, New Year's resolutions and the birthday of the State of Kansas. It was on Jan. 29, 1861, President Abraham Lincoln signed the document establishing Kansas as the 34th State in the United States of America. This...

 
 By Teraesa Bruce    News    January 27, 2022

Carmen's Style Shoppe; A family affair

Years ago, when I had just moved back to this area, I was having a rough time with things. We were forced to move abruptly and had to downsize quite a bit. I was looking for a job, and the work I had done previously required I wear a uniform of...

 

Tuttles attend Legion Mid Year Conference

Chuck and DeAnna Tuttle attended the American Legion Mid Year Conference held in Columbus, Jan. 21 through 23. The Mid Year Conference is educational in nature and updates members on issues and reports on the progress of various legion family program...

 

Red Raiders win one of three in Quad Meet

(Editor’s Note: our apologies for missing this last week. The information was in the office, it was just overwhelmed by the chaos usually accompanied with each issue of the newspaper.) The South Central Unified School District hosted the “South C...

 

L-N boys basketball

The Lawrence-Nelson boys basketball team had their Friday home game against Parkview Christian at Nelson postponed because of COVID-19. The game has yet to be rescheduled. The Raiders played Blue Hill at Blue Hill Tuesday with results unavailable at...

 

L-N girls basketball

The Lawrence-Nelson girls basketball team fell to the Deshler Dragons, at Deshler, 46-27, last Tuesday. The game against Parkview Christian, at Nelson, Friday, was postponed because of COVID-19. The game has yet to be rescheduled. Lawrence-Nelson...

 

Nebraska nursing shortage deteriorates hospital conditions

With two nurses out sick in early December, charge nurse Osa Brooks found herself scrambling to care for 28 patients. With only one floor nurse available, employees from other units were called in to work the floor or give medications.  “It was re...

 

Esther Headrick

Esther Marie Headrick, the daughter of George W. and Gladys E. (Moody) Phillips, was born on Sept. 2, 1929, in Independence, Mo. She died on Jan. 2, 2022, at Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Superior, Neb...

 

Emmett Bondegard

Emmett Ross Bondegard, 92, was born Nov. 5, 1929, to Charles Floyd andTheadora Mary (Andrews) Bondegard at Phillips, Neb. He died Jan. 20, 2022, at Deshler. Emmett grew up in the Phillips and Aurora areas and attended school at Aurora, walking to sch...

 

Steven Claycamp

Steven E. Claycamp of Edgar, the son of Everett and Marlene (Lautenschlager) Claycamp, was born May 18, 1954, at Belleville. He died Saturday, at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Lincoln, Neb. His funeral will be at 11 a.m., today (Thursday), at the...

 

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