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Articles from the April 14, 2022 edition

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Country Roads

Where will Easter Sunday find you? I’ve heard that Easter is the one Sunday where the church pews are filled more than any other Sunday of the year. I grew up hunting for Easter Eggs on Saturday and going to church on Easter Sunday, as well as atte...

 

Ask a Pastor Column

Q: I read in Romans 5:12 that death and sin are a consequence of Adam’s disobedience in the Garden of Eden. If sin is Adam’s fault, then why are we still punished for it? A:  Great question! In order to find the answer we’ll start with the...

 

Love my crazy life

The past week flew by. Hubby was home for most of it, which completely threw me off. He concussed himself, and the doctor thought it best he stayed home. I guess he is not as hard headed as I thought. Thankfully he is all better and back to work. The...

 

Puffs

A year, or two, ago I had a Lawrence High School alum ask how I came up with subject matter for writing ‘Puffs.” I told him that I seldom had a plan from week to week, but something always presented itself. This past week was no different....

 

Frahm returns to medical center with new service

Brodstone Healthcare added Teresa Frahm, psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP), to their team. Frahm will provide mental health services which will include diagnosing psychiatric illnesses, educating patients and families, prescribing...

 

School board rejects bids: will scale back remodeling

Monday evening members of the Superior Board of Education opened the April meeting by reciting the pledge of allegiance to the U.S. Flag and then listened to two presentations. One from the Cat Café and the second from the school lunch program. The...

 

Legislative Update

As this update was prepared, the Nebraska Legislature will have completed 57 days of this year’s 60-day legislative session. Much of the focus and debate this week has been on taxes. The road to tax relief this year has been difficult and circuitou...

 

Commissioners hear road concerns

The Jewell County Commissioners met on April 4. Commissioners Steve Greene, Brent Beck and Keith Roe were present. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk, was also present. Shannon Meier, ambulance director, reviewed the billing and activity reports for...

 

Travel bloggers visit

Two bloggers toured Mankato on Saturday as part of their research of Highway 36. Melody Pittman, travel writer-influencer, of 'wherever I may roam, resource guide for luxury travel, culture and food,' has several posts of Jewell County on her...

 

Part of High Street to be used for fair carnival

The regular meeting of the Mankato City Council was held April 5. Councilmen present were: Sam Becker, John Tyler, Kevin Ost and Lyle Dauner. Councilman George Hennion appeared via Zoom. Also present were Darrell Miller, city attorney, and Sharon...

 

Commissioners hear road concerns

The Jewell County Commissioners met on April 4. Commissioners Steve Greene, Brent Beck and Keith Roe were present. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk, was also present. Shannon Meier, ambulance director,...

 

Fuel and fire behavior advisory for Central Kansas and Nebraska

The Kansas Forest Service and the Nebraska Forest Service have declared a fuel and fire behavior advisory for Central Kansas and Nebraska. The severity of this situation has been coordinated via...

 

Government Food Commodities Distribution for Jewell, Randall, Ionia

There will be a government commodities distribution for families meeting income guidelines for the Jewell-Randall-Ionia area at 1 p.m., on Thursday, April 21, at the Jewell Apartments Commons Area, 107 S. Lincoln, in Jewell. The following foods are...

 

City of Mankato receives Dane G. Hansen Grant

The Dane G. Hansen Foundation gave a grant of $2,500 to the City of Mankato to purchase tables for the swimming pool area. The grant also will provide umbrellas for the tables, trash cans for the swimming pool and park area, and for recreational...

 

Ways to help those who were affected by the March 29 fire

On March 29, a fire tore through some 10,500 acres of northern Jewell County. Thankfully, human lives and homes were spared and few livestock were lost. However, with the area being predominantly cow-calf ranching and dryland farming, there was...

 

Medicare Basics class offered May 3 in Mankato

Medicare can be confusing. It’s important to understand requirements, eligibility and benefits when considering your future health care coverage. Post Rock Extension District is offering a Medicare Basics Class. Those turning 65 or over 65 and...

 

Water system improvements to begin Monday

The City of Superior is continuing its water system improvements along Bloom and Idaho streets beginning Monday. During this time a new water main is going to be installed along the east side of Bloom Street beginning at the intersection of Idaho...

 

Wind takes down Pole in Lawrence

Now you see it . . . Now you don't . . . It's those little things in life that surprise you. You know, something that you know is there, but all of a sudden it isn't. Well, for maybe 40 or 50 years a utility pole was imbedded deep in the earth in a...

 

Holy Week Services

Nelson Community United Church of Christ - Maundy Thursday at 7:30 p.m. with communion Easter Sunday at 10:45 a.m. with communion Sacred Heart at Nelson - Good Friday - 7 p.m. Easter - Saturday at 10 a.m. Sacred Heart at Lawrence - Good Friday - 7...

 

Hawaiian Luau prom theme at a L-N Elementary School

The Lawrence-Nelson Prom will be held at the Lawrence-Nelson Elementary School on Saturday, April 23. Hawaiian Luau is the theme. Attendees will have a catered meal of brisket, cheesy potatoes, green beans and a roll. Dessert will consist of...

 

March 2022 Keenagers

The Keenagers celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with the menu of reubens or ham and cheese sandwiches. Twenty-five Keeagers and five workers enjoyed the meal. Barb Janda, Connie Dale and Coke Troudt were the workers. Birthday people were MaryAnn...

 

Blood Mobile will be in Lawrence

The Red Cross Blood Mobile will be at the Lawrence American Legion between noon and 6 p.m., Friday, April 15.     Schedule an appointment with Eileen Mazour at 402-984-4361 or go to www.redcrossblood.org ....

 

Neighbors helping Neighbors . . .

Nebraskans help each other. There are many stories of Nebraskan helping neighbors in times of need. Whenever someone is affected with a disaster of some kind, people respond with whatever help they may be able to offer. It seems that same sense of he...

 

April 25 is L-N Community Clean Up Day

The Lawrence-Nelson Community is having a clean up day Monday, April 25. Lawrence-Nelson students will help get the clean up done. Projects may include community pool service, park clean up, ball field clean up, vehicle washing services and lawn...

 

New Clubhouse at Elk Creek Country Club for 2023 Season

The Elk Creek Country Club opened in the late 1960s, while the building that serves as the clubhouse was built in 1950. Ken Rempe has served as the head of maintenance, groundskeeper and golf pro for...

 

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