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B-D-S girls advance to district with win over Deshler

The Bruning-Davenport-Shickley Eagles cruised through their sub-district D-1-3 bracket to earn a place in the District D-1 8 finals. The Eagles had no trouble with Red Cloud, winning 42-28, last Tuesday at Davenport, in their opening round game....

 

L-N girls exit post-season play

The Lawrence-Nelson girls basketball team saw their post-season hopes of advancing to the state tournament dashed when their season long nemesis, Silver Lake, handed them a 46-41 defeat, at Roseland last Tuesday. The Raiders came a long way from...

 

48 teams participate in Red Neck Miniature Golf Fundraiser

Red Neck Miniature Golf Fundraiser held in and around Deweese The 10th Red Neck Miniature Golf Tournament was held on Sunday, in and around Deweese. Forty-eight teams participated on a beautiful...

 

Area High School Football scene to be different next Fall

Last week this newspaper passed on the information about the high school programs in Superior and Lawrence. This week we’ll expand a little to comment on area schools and what changes will be coming about. To start our story, it is good to remember...

 

Lawrence water project has been re-financed

A number of residents of Lawrence may not remember 1998 for any specific reason, but that was a year of importance for the village’s residents. The village was having trouble with providing water for the residents as the existing wells were...

 

2022 Voter registration number for state is down

Elections are not complicated, but then . . . they are not as simple as some people think.       There are deadlines.       For the primary election this spring, the first deadline has passed and that was for incumbents who wanted to seek...

 

PEO Chapter J learns self care techniques

PEO Chapter J met at Salem Lutheran Church on Valentine’s Day with DeAnna Tuttle and Mary Roberts serving has co-hostesses. The regular business meeting included the reading of the President’s Letter detailing chapter activities throughout the...

 

Puffs

History . . . Does the Human Race really learn anything from history? I’ve always contended that we do. However, from the actions of Russia in the past few weeks, I’m beginning to change my mind. I’ve read much about the results of World War...

 

Love my crazy life

The past two weeks have been rough. It all started two weeks ago today when George woke feeling crummy. After a visit to the doc and some tests, it turned out he had COVID again. Thankfully, Jacob had been busy with Jacob things, and neither of us ha...

 

Joint sessions held at American Legion Post 187

The American Legion Family met for joint and individual sessions on Feb. 10, at the Legion Clubhouse meeting room in Nelson. Business items included the Call to District 10 Convention to be held on Feb. 26 in Edgar. Required Constitution and By-Law...

 

County Treasurer warns tax deadline nears for delinquents

According to Vicki Ensign, Nuckolls County Treasurer, the delinquent taxpayer’s list that appeared in The Nuckolls County Locomotive-Gazette on Feb. 3, 10 and 17, and in The Superior Express on Feb. 17, means those taxes are up for sale. Ensign...

 

Lawrence-Nelson boys head to sub-district play

The Lawrence-Nelson boys basketball team closed out the regular season portion of their schedule with a 55-29 win against Deshler, at Deshler, Friday. The win left the Raiders with a 10-11 record for regular season play. The Raiders opened...

 

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