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Country Roads

A reminder that Sunday, February 14th, is Valentine’s Day. So it’s time to get or make that special someone a special something. Maybe that “something” is a flower bouquet, a piece of jewelry, a box of chocolates, or a sentimental card. No...

 

Football commercial filmed in this area

Football fans watching the televised Super Bowl national football championship game Sunday afternoon were surprised when a commercial sponsored by the makers of Jeep motor vehicles included video shot last week in this area. The commercial also...

 

Express window freezes shut

Since the pandemic began, access to The Express has been limited. Before becoming a legal Nebraska newspaper at least 400 copies must be printed each week for five years, no exceptions. Miss a week and The Express no longer exists. Consequently, we h...

 

Property owners will not be responsible for utility bills

Superior landlords have one less thing to worry about this week following action taken Monday evening by members of The Superior City Council. A proposal made earlier to make the landlords responsible for their tenants utility bills was meant strong...

 

Robber strikes Burr Oak Bank

Tuesday the Jewell County Newspapers received multiple unconfirmed reports that the Guaranty State Bank branch office at Burr Oak was robbed about 9:50 that morning. The suspected robber was thought...

 

Nuckolls Co. has 8 more COVID cases While Adams Co. has 9 new cases

Monday South Heartland District Health Department (SHDHD) officials reported three additional COVID-19-related deaths of previously reported cases, bringing the health district total to fifty-five (55). Michele Bever, the department’s director,...

 

Lions Club gift to benefit City Park

The Superior Parks and Cemetery Board has received a check from the Superior Lions Club with the request that the $5,720 contribution be used to purchase new playground equipment for City Park. The club would like an area set up for an ADA Primetime...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    February 11, 2021

Nation will observe Presidents Day

President’s Day, to be observed on Monday, Feb. 15th this year, popularly celebrates the presidents of the United States. Officially, by the Uniform Monday Holiday Act of 1968, it is George Washington’s birthday. But through the years the third...

 

High lift at Agrex

One had to crane one's neck to view the top of the crane at work at the Agrex grain facility located on the east side of Superior Friday. A crane from Patriot Crane and Rigging was on site to return a...

 

Marriage began 70 years ago

Kermit and Joyce Jeffery will be celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary this year so who better to be recognized on this Valentine's Day? Kermit and Loyce were not only class mates while...

 

"Neighbors Helping Neighbors" with Blue Hill business donation

Three little words that seem to describe mid-west residents, Nebraska residents in particular. They were re-enforced again last week when Marilyn Alber and Sheila Hesman visited Lawrence as...

 

Ostdiek receives three RHOP scholarships

Senior McKenzie Ostdiek received the Chadron State RHOP...then she received the Wayne State RHOP...and now she has received the UNK KHOP! Not only is it impressive to receive ALL of these, but the...

 

Puffs from the Locomotive

I read a book several years back entitled How The Irish Saved Civilization. It basically detailed how books and education were being destroyed in Europe back in the Middle Ages. As different group of people conquered different areas, books were...

 

Marilyn Smith

Marilyn Jo (Blagg) Smith, 84, of Topeka, died Monday, Feb. 1, 2021. She was born Sept. 11, 1936, in Centerville, Kan., the daughter of Marvin F. and Sadie G. (Gull) Blagg. Marilyn graduated from Kinca...

 

Ronald LaFever

Ronald "Ron" Owen LaFever, 83, died Feb. 2, 2021 at Vintage Park of Wamego, Kan. Ron had lived in Wamego since moving from Esbon, Kansas in 2015. He was born in Ulysses, Kan., on Aug. 10, 1937, the...

 

Randy Baker

Randall (Randy) Fred Baker, the son of Robert and Mary (Thompson) Baker, was born Dec. 21, 1951, at Broken Bow, Neb. He died Feb. 4, 2021, at the Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Superior. He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Mary E. Baker;...

 

Alice Freeman

Alice Lucille Freeman of Lincoln, formerly Deshler, died Feb. 6. She was born May 1, 1927, in Stella, Neb., to E. A. and Ferne (Higgins) Moritz. She attended country school before moving to Deshler, where she graduated from high school in May 1944....

 

Vic Schoenberger

Vic Schoenberger Jr., 71, of WaKeeney, Kan. died Friday, Feb. 5, 2021, at HaysMed of pneumonia. Vic was born July 22, 1949, in Quinter, Kan., to Victor, Sr. and Lydia (Kreut- zer) Schoenberger. He...

 

Emory Mills Jr.

Emory L. Mills, Jr. died Feb. 4, 2021 because of a lung disease. He was born the third of seven children of Emory L. Mills, Sr. and Emma (Garman) Mills on Oct. 21, 1936, in Burr Oak, Kan. Emory and...

 

Lady Raiders have short visit in Conference Tournament

"Short and Sweet" is a favorite expression a lot of people use for a lot of different reasons. It would not be a correct description to describe the Lady Raider's visit to the Twin Valley Conference...

 

Raider boys earn 2nd place in Conference Tourney

The L-N boy's basketball team had been on quite a roll for the past two weeks. A four game winning streak was helping everyone put up with the bitter winter weather that came to visit south central...

 

I Love Public Schools Day

Friday was "I Love Public Schools Day!" Lawrence-Nelson Elementary teachers are pictured, (back row, from left) Andy Peterson (5th), Holly Wilt (para), Cathy Biltoft (PE), Tammy Alber (K), Nancy...

 

SHS sends seven wrestlers to district

Seth Going, head coach of the Superior High School wrestling team had good reason to be proud of his team members at the Class D-2A subdistrict meet at Pleasanton Saturday. The Wildcats entered seven wrestlers in the 11 team event. All seven...

 

RHHS wrestlers head to regional meet

The four Rock Hills High School wrestlers, who compete with the Beloit Trojans team during the regular season as part of a cooperative program, competed at the KSHSSAA 3-2-1A District 3 sub-regional meet at Beloit Saturday. As they enter post-season...

 

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