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SHDHD accepting vaccine requests

South Heartland District Health Department (SHDHD) officials said the district will start offering COVID-19 vaccine to priority age groups in Phase 1B as soon as vaccine is available. Michele Bever, SHDHD executive director, said this phase of...

 

Area residents share their snowy memories

After weeks of mild weather, this week's snow caught many residents by surprise. The snow caused long time residents to recall previous snow events. Some of the memories are fill with good memories...

 

Auditorium committee considers HVAC bids

Something that looked nearly impossible in 2012 is about to take a step closer to reality. This week the Superior auditorium committee is expected to select a contractor to install a heating and cooling system in the auditorium space, entryway,...

 

Snow changes SHS homecoming plans

Last week’s mild weather had lulled many area residents into thinking we were having an open winter with little snow. They didn’t pay attention to the stories about a series of storms headed this way. Saturday began dry but before the day was...

 

Fiery crash claims life of Deshler man; woman trapped

A Deshler resident, Samuel Lindley was killed in a three-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 136 northeast of Fairbury last Wednesday. At about 7 p.m. the Jefferson County communications center reced a report of an automobile on fire near 571st Avenue and...

 

Voters being asked to approve bonds for Thayer Central

For Nuckolls County voters living in the Thayer Central School district, official notice of an uncoming bond election is published in this issue of The Superior Express. Voters will be asked to express their support or opposition to the proposed...

 

Elks receive grant for COVID supplies

The Superior Elks Lodge is helping communities and essential workers cope with COVID. The lodge members applied for and received grants to purchase and donate hand sanitizer, face masks and gloves. The Elks will spend an estimated $900 to purchase...

 

Jewell County sees heavy snowfall

On Monday, Jewell County experienced a full day of heavy snowfall. Throughout the day business were shoveling sidewalks so customers could still get in. School was cancelled at Rock Hills for Monday...

 

Jewell County Community Development Association - 2020 Progress Report

The annual meeting of the Jewell County Community Development Association (JCCDA) was held on Jan. 12, 2021 via Zoom Video Confer- encing. The JCCDA board held a strategy meeting in 2020 to set goals for the organization and a community survey was...

 

News from NC Regional Planning Commission

2020 a Year of Change, Adaptability, Growth at NCRPC Last year brought about a multitude of change in our work practices and communication. It also both challenged and solidified our commitment to serving North Central Kansas. The 2020 Annual Report...

 

Jewell County Commissioners approve appointments

The Jewell County commissioners met Jan. 11. Commissioners Brent Beck, Steve Greene and Keith Roe and Carla J Waugh, county clerk, were present for the meeting. Nancy Marihugh, health administrator, reported during the week Jewell County had 18 posit...

 

It's slick out there so "Walk like a Penguin"

Winter has finally arrived, and in true fashion – slick surfaces are covered by plenty of snow. And whether you are walking in your driveway, on the sidewalk or on the farm doing chores, it's slick...

 

Ute Theatre started before 1915 across the street from today's location

The Ute Theater in Mankato has quite the history. Prior to 1915, the theater was located across the street from its current location. Around 1915, Sam Blair of Belleville bought the theater and moved...

 

Bushy Nutz Squirrel Hunt held at Nuckolls County Fairgrounds

The third annual Bushy Nutz Squirrel Hunt was held at the Nuckolls County Fairgrounds Saturday. Teams of two registered for the event the day before, with a bag limit of five squirrels per team. The squirrels are weighed and measured. The top five ar...

 

Editor's Notebook

With this week’s winter weather. It has been a bit hard for this weather watcher to focus on the newspaper work he should be doing. Instead of working, I would have liked to have taken a position where I could watch people coping with the falling...

 

Country Roads

Monday was a “Snow Day” in this part of Kansas! School, events and some business closings were announced Sunday as a winter snow warning was issued. The large snowflakes began falling in the late night or early morning. It was coming down so...

 

My Crazy Life

Move back to Nebraska, they said. It will be fun, they said. Just because my birthdate happens to fall in the winter does not mean I happen to enjoy it. I am currently unable to feel my toes after...

 

Burr Oak

Greg Manning was a Tuesday afternoon visitor of Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Mary Foley and Walt Wilson picked up the government commodities in Belleville last Wednesday morning and delivered them to the Christian Church basement for sorting and boxing....

 

RHHS girls extend win streak to four

The Rock Hills High School girls basketball team extended their consecutive game winning streak to four games. They downed the Lincoln Leopards, at Lincoln, last Tuesday, to run their season record...

 

Rock Hills wrestling

Colton Neilson finished in fifth place at the Beloit Invitational Saturday in the 106 pound weight bracket. He earned two team points for Beloit. Connor Cosand scored a second place finish in the 120 pound weight bracket and earned 14 team points....

 

Superior Boys Basketball lose two away games

The Wildcats faced off against St. Cecilia last Tuesday. Both teams came ready to play in the first quarter exchanging baskets and ending tied 12 to 12 after the first. St. Cecilia picked up the...

 

SHS wrestlers take fourth at Thayer Central Invite

The Superior High School wrestling team picked up a fourth place finish with 101 points, at the Thayer Central Invitational at Hebron Friday. Other schools competing at the event were Thayer Central,...

 

Lady Cats lose one and win one last week

The Superior Girls Varsity Basketball Team lost Tuesday's home non-conference game against St. Cecilia (Hastings) by a score of 56-36. Scoring by quarters follows: Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final St. Cecilia 14 18...

 

Lady Raiders win two of three games last week

The L-N Lady Raiders won two games last week and provided a range of emotions for themselves, coaches and fans. Excitement was high in a thrilling win over Deshler; excitement was missing when they...

 

Raider boys play exciting games but lose two last week

"Close but no cigar . . ." was what this reporter was told a number of times years ago while serving in the military. It meant a good, even great effort, but just didn't quite get the job done. The...

 

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