Articles from the April 27, 2023 edition

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Country Roads

Watching television has gotten complicated. The price of cable and satellite connections continues to go up so some people are looking for something good but at a better price. There are other choices that may be cheaper they say, that I don’t u...

 

Editor's Notebook

In his more than a half-century affiliation with The Superior Express, Howard Crilly often wrote a column he titled “Among Ourselves.” In my growing up years, it was one of the first things I read when The Express arrived in the mail box about noo...

 

Ask a Pastor Column

Q: Does the bible mention anything about transgender people? A: The most important verse to remember in regards to transgender people or anyone else is John 3:16. God has proven his love to the entire world by sending his Son to take the full...

 

Puffs

The Book of Genesis tells us that the Lord entrusted human beings with the responsibility of being stewards of creation (Gen 2:15). Care for the Earth, then, is a moral obligation for all men and women as children of God. (Pope Francis) As you can...

 

Love my crazy life

I saw the cutest little VW Beetle for sale the other day. It was lime green, with black and lime green leather interior and a sunroof. Needless to say, I dreamed and drooled over it for a few minutes. LOL! I have wanted a VW Bug or Beetle. They are j...

 

Model train enthusiasts attend Deshler store's Free-mo Show

The Thayer County Event Center, Deshler, was the site of the Spring Creek Model Trains Free-mo event Saturday and Sunday. Free-mo refers to a standand for model railroad builders to utilize. It...

 

Dust clouds have been mistaken for smoke.

Pastures are beginning to green in the area northwest of Superior where a wildfire, pushed by high winds burned many acres of crop residue and pasture land last fall. Grader ditches on the south side...

 

Silver Lake school locked down Tuesday

Holly Hartman, a 32-year-old woman, is accused of stabbing, a man in Bladen Tuesday morning. The Bladen school was locked down prior to Hartman’s arrest. The man’s injuries were not thought to be life threatening....

 

Grant will fund splash pad in Superior's City Park

Big changes are in store for Superior’s City Park. Members of the Superior City Council learned Monday evening the request for a $433,000 grant had been approved. When combined with a contribution from the City of Superior, there will be a pool of a...

 

Behrends wins hearts of talent show audience

"Superior's Got Talent" opened Saturday evening at the Superior Auditorium Community Center with a flute duet by Holly Beavers and Beverly Beavers. The musical selections were "Red River Valley" and...

 

Brodstone Healthcare welcomes nursing officer

Brodstone Healthcare welcomes Candice Thompson as new CNO Brodstone Healthcare welcomes Candice Thompson as its new chief nursing officer (CNO). Thompson started at Brodstone in February of 2023 and serves on the senior leadership team. Thompson...

 

New program will honor local nurses

Brodstone Healthcare announced the implementation of an ongoing recognition program that honors and celebrates the skillful and compassionate care that nurses provide every day, The DAISY Award. The DAISY (Diseases Attacking the Immune System) Award...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    April 27, 2023

Author of 10 children's books, returns home to sign books

On Tuesday, April 18, Rosie Eilert Bosse was in her hometown of Jewell. She was welcomed by the Jewell Library Board at the Jewell Public Library. Bosse is an author, an author of 10 children's books...

 

Excitement building as Kansas Road Trip dates draw near

Excitement continues to build as the dates of the Big Kansas Road Trip featuring Republic, Jewell and Smith counties draw near. The date for this year’s event are the first Friday through Sunday of May, Smokey Hills Public Broadcasting System r...

 

Rock Hills High School Music students attended the Regional Music solo

Rock Hills High School Music students attended the Regional Music solo and small ensemble contest on Saturday, April 15. Alexandria Fogo played her Timpani solo, Faith Reinert played a trumpet solo...

 

Commissioners approve funds for landscape project

The Jewell County Commissioners met last Monday,April 17. Commissioners Brent Beck, Keith Roe and Ed Duskie, were present. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk, was present for the meeting. Brian Shulda, Mankato fire chief, discussed the resolution for the...

 

Commissioners hear request for funding

The Jewell County Commissioners met Monday, April 10. Commissioners Brent Beck, Keith Roe and Ed Duskie, were present. Carla Waugh, county clerk, was also present. Adam Harris, Jewell County Rural Water District operator, requested ARPA funding to he...

 

COVID update and vaccines at Jewell County Health Dept.

The FDA has approved the bivalent COVID vaccine to be used for all doses administered to individuals 6 months of age and older. The monovalent Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines are no longer authorized for use in the United States. CDC’s new r...

 

Wheat may be at tail end of its nine lives

Is our wheat condition because of drought, fertility or disease concerns or all the above? Well, the old myth, “Wheat has nine lives!” may be on the tail-end, as some of our wheat fields may be destroyed or simply left and not taken for grain! Unf...

 

Big Kansas Road Trip coming to North Central Kansas

The counties of Jewell, Republic, and Smith in North Central Kansas will host the third annual Big Kansas Road Trip May 4 through 7. A project of the Inman-based Kansas Sampler Foundation, the Big Kansas Road Trip (BKRT) provides the public...

 

Rubies enjoy lunch and "Food Talk"

Nebraska food was celebrated by 20 members of the Nelson Rubies when they gathered for lunch at a Nelson restaurant on April 18. After all had consumed their fill, Cindy Adamson provided information on famous foods and drinks founded in Nebraska....

 

Soto receives Brodstone Healthcare Employee of the 1st Quarter for 2023

The Brodstone Healthcare recipient of the Employee of the 1st Quarter is Veronica Soto. She received the honor in recognition of her positivity and caring attitude as an environmental services technician at Brodstone Healthcare. The employee of the...

 

Red Cross Blood Mobile coming to Nelson May 11

The Red Cross Blood Mobile will be coming to Nelson in two weeks, on Thursday, May 11. Regular blood donors can donate every 56 days. The last time they were in Nelson was March 15, which will be 57 days. That makes donors eligible to donate again....

 

Awards Night at L-N April 28

The Lawrence-Nelson Athletic and Academic Awards Night and Art Show will be held Friday at the high school. A meal will be served at 6:30 followed by awards at 7 p.m. All are welcome to attend and celebrate the accomplishments of the...

 

L-N track team

The Lawrence-Nelson boys and girls track and field teams competed at the Superior Invitational last Tuesday. The girls team finished in sixth place, with four points, in the six team of Heartland Community, Sandy Creek, Hastings St. Cecilia, Thayer...

 

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