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Country Roads

Where is the snow we had years ago? It seems when we do get snow, it is described as being a “dusting” of snow. I remember as a young child having it snow for days. Finally when it quit, my sister and I would run outside in our snowsuits,...

 

Editor's Notebook

I’m glad to have attended school when I did. I didn’t have to attend kindergarten and, had my folks not insisted, I might not have attended school. When asked if I was starting the first grade in September, my response was no. I might start in...

 

Ask a Pastor Column

Q: Does God ever exercise judgment on Christians, or does his grace mean that we can live however we want to? A:  The grace of God means a great deal for Christians: forgiveness of sins, cleansing of impurity and a whole range of new blessings for...

 

Byron Business receives 250,000 expansion grant

Popcorn and Fridays are two things that make life better. For Nate and Stacey Freitag the connection is much deeper. The couple founded Free Day Popcorn in 2015. The Free Day name was a natural as...

 

State Denies funding for broadband plan

Local efforts to improve internet service in Nuckolls County have again been stymied. The plan developed by South Central Public Power, Glenwood Telecommunications and the Nebraska Public Power District was supported locally but did not find the...

 

Superior Chorus plans Easter cantata

Notice is given in this week’s newspaper that rehearsals for an Easter cantata will begin at 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 20, in the sanctuary of Superior First United Methodist Church. The Superior Area Community Chorus will perform Once Upon a Morning, a...

 

Drought closes Superior golf course

Though this winter has included several days suitable for golfing, members of the Superior Country Club have been notified the course is closed until further notice. A combination of the continuing drought and players’ traffic is putting the course...

 

Fires Damage truck, farmer building

With red flag warnings posted on Tuesday by the National Weather Service telling of an elevated potential for hard to control fires, members of this area’s fire departments kept their fingers crossed throughout the day hoping they would not be...

 

Deadline nears for incumbents

Carrie Miller, Nuckolls County clerk, provided The Superior Express with an updated list of candidates who have filed to run for elected offices in Nuckolls County, Superior, Nelson, Hardy, Nora, Oak, the Superior Airport Authority and the...

 

Nuckolls County Board receives roads report

The Nuckolls County Board of commissioners met at the county courthouse in Nelson Monday. All three commissioners were present. The previously scheduled meeting for Jan. 17 was cancelled because of a lack of a quorum. Routine business was the order...

 

Suspicious death investigation underway in Jewell County

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) is investigating after a Jewell County sheriff's deputy was found deceased inside his home in Mankato. The Jewell County sheriff's office requested KBI...

 

Frasier marks 30 years with USPS

Wanda Frasier, Downs Postmaster celebrated 30 years with the United State Postal Service on Jan. 25. Frasier was hired as a Postmaster Relief (PMR) Jan. 25, 1992, at Burr Oak, where she resides. She served in that non-career capacity until 2003. Whil...

 

Duskie teaches Rock Hills fourth grade

Trent Duskie, a fourth grade teacher at Rock Hills Elementary School, has lived in Jewell County all of his life. He currently lives by Ionia. Duskie started school in Jewell and finished at Rock Hills in 2013. He started his college education at...

 

The Jewell County Spelling Bee was held on Wednesday

The Jewell County Spelling Bee was held on Wednesday, Feb. 2, at 1 p.m. at Rock Hills Junior-Senior High School. Savannah Coil was the champion speller and Claire Babson was the runner-up. The...

 

Rock Hills Scholars Bowl headed to State

The Rock Hills High School Scholar Bowl Team competed at the regional tournament, Thursday. The meet was held at Blue-Valley Randolph. There were 13 teams competing in the tournament. The team of Jacob Underwood, Davin Coil, Hannah Simmelink,...

 

Jewell County Cinema, Inc. met

The Jewell County Cinema, Inc. board met on Jan. 31. It was called to order by Thadd Hinkle. All attendees were present in person. Those who attended were Thadd Hinkle, Lisa Goodheart, Phyllis Christie and Kristin Underwood. The minutes of the...

 

Post Rock offers Get Growin' Garden Program at Smith Center

It’s never too early to start planning your garden and landscape! Join Post Rock Extension District to learn how to grow some amazing plants in 2022. From 12:10 to 12:45 p.m., on Feb. 16 and 17 a meeting will be held at Smith County Courthouse...

 

Knights of Columbus sponsored a Free Throw Contest Jan. 29 at Lawrence

After an absence of several years, the St. Stephen Council 1906 Knights of Columbus in Lawrence sponsored a Free Throw Contest for the youth in the communities. The event was held at the...

 

World Marriage Day is Sunday

World Marriage Day will be celebrated Sunday around the world. The day celebrates the lifelong commitment of husband and wife. World Marriage Day was created by an American organization, Worldwide Marriage Encounter. World Marriage Day is also...

 

NRDs Celebrate 50 Years of Natural Resources Partnerships  

Nebraska’s Natural Resources Districts (NRDs) have worked hand-in-hand with conservation partners to support landowners for 50 years to accomplish the mission of protecting lives, property and the future. NRDs deliver several state and federal...

 

Filings for May 10 Elections starting

The primary election scheduled for May 10, 2022 in Nebraska’s Nuckolls County is beginning to have names on the ballot. With a deadline for incumbents to file being Feb. 15, a number of people have taking the time to register for positions on the b...

 

Keenagers kick off 2022

On Jan. 20, a cold Thursday, 20 Keenagers and four workers were in attendance at the chicken noodle-chili soup dinner. Barbara Janda and “Coke” Troudt were the helpers. Birthday people for January were Nancy Ostdiek, Rita Mazour, Marian Hoelting...

 

Special Scoops - a great fit for Gabi Herbek

If you've ever been to a Lawrence Nelson Raiders game, you've probably met Gabriella Herbek, otherwise known as Gabi. That's where I met her. I was sitting in the bleachers at a basketball game when she sat beside me and began talking my ear off....

 

28 Days Toward a Healthy Heart SHDHD Public Health

As we turn the calendar to February, our attention often goes to that upcoming celebration of love and affection, Valentine’s Day, but for more than 50 years we have been asked during this month to also think about our heart health. February is...

 

Beef at School program feeds Lawrence-Nelson students

Throughout the year Robyn Menke (elementary cook) and Janie Corman (middle-high school cook), provide meals with locally raised beef two days a week for the students. The L-N Beef at School committee alternates between the elementary and middle-high...

 

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