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Articles from the April 30, 2020 edition

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Country Roads

Bring on May! May is much needed this year to bring some needed cheer. It’s a month of colorful flowers blooming, including two of my favorites, lilacs and peonies. It brings warm spring days which draw people outdoors into the sunshine. Bonfires...

 

Editor's Notebook

Since we received our diplomas in the Superior Auditorium longer ago than I wish to admit, members of my high school class have held reunions every five years. Until this year, I’d only missed one of the reunions and that was because of a conflict...

 

COVID-19 concern may keep Superior pool closed in 2020

At this juncture, it is looking like a hot and dry summer for Superior residents. But like most things associated with the COVID-19 shutdown, nothing is certain. However, members of the Superior Ciity Council agreed Monday night that most likely the...

 

Bruns new WOC nurse at Brodstone

Jennifer Bruns is the new Wound Ostomy Continence (WOC) nurse at Brodstone Memorial Hospital. With the retirement of Michell Harris at the end of the month, preparations for the handoff have taken mor...

 

Though her store is closed, longtime owner keeping busy

By Mary Sawyer Carmen's Style Shoppe is known for the latest in women's fashion wear. Since the COVID-19 epidemic, the shoppe provides face masks to those who need them. Carmen Bruning has worked at t...

 

Potential voters face May 1 deadline

COVID-19 has changed things up a bit for Nebraskans. In-person voter registration is no exception. Nebraskans who want to register to vote in person still can do so until the May 1 deadline. Election day workers are still needed for the Nuckolls...

 

Puffs

April can be such an enjoyable month. Mother Nature offers such nice days to enjoy after the hardships of winter. I truly enjoy all of them. However, maybe it’s just because we’re all told to stay inside and be happy that I’ve noticed a lot of...

 

Jewell County celebrates 150 years

Jewell County, Kansas, is celebrating it’s 150th Anniversary. Out of the pages of its past comes many interesting and historical stories. The first settlers began to arrive in the early 1860s. They were encouraged to migrate west mostly because of...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    April 30, 2020

Fish holding school in Reubens

John's Creek meanders north through Jewell County's Richland Township. It was doing so 150 years ago when the first permanent settlers were establishing homes in Jewell County. At that time, White...

 

COVID-19,access to records and new faces discussed at J.C. Commissioners Meeting

The Jewell County Commissioners met at 8:30 a.m. April 13, with commissioners, Mark Fleming, Steve Greene and Keith Roe and Carla J. Waugh, county clerk were present. Shannon Meier, ambulance director, reviewed the billing and activity report for...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    April 30, 2020

Dane G Hansen grant at work in Formoso

On Main Street in Formoso, an old limestone wall is getting a face lift. Old meaning at least 120 years old. Michael Hansen, Concordia, has reset building blocks, filled in mortar, and restored the...

 

Alan Wilton

Alan Lee Wilton, 55, the son of Ralph and Esther (Wortman) Wilton, was born on Jan. 6, 1965, in Superior. He died April 22, 2020, at the Brodstone Memorial Hospital, Superior. Alan grew up attending B...

 

LuVerne Shaw

LuVerne B. Shaw died April 19, 2020, at Narrows Glen Senior Living Center in Tacoma, Wash. She was born Nov. 13, 1919, in Carrington, N.D. to Lennis (Zinn) Breaw and Owen R. Breaw. She married...

 

Gary Jordan

Gary R. Jordan, 78, of Ravenna, died April 19, at the Ravenna Good Samaritan Society home. Memorial services will be at a later date with inurnment in the Axtell Cemetery. Rasmussen Funeral Home in Ra...

 

Dennis Hofts

Dennis Lee Hofts,87, died April 26, in The Woodlands, Texas. He was born to George and Christina (Bunges) Hofts of Ruskin, on May 8, 1932, and was baptized on June 5, 1932, by Pastor G. A. Spring at...

 

Jerry Hasemeyer

Jerry Dean Hasemeyer, 64, the fourth child of Louie Jr. and Ruth (Barry) Hase-meyer, was born on March 4, 1956, in Superior. He died April 20, at the Brodstone Memorial Hospital at Superior. He lived...

 

Ray Karnatz

Ray Varel Karnatz, 93, the son of William and Jessie (Cassell) Karnatz, was born on Aug. 10, 1926, near Davenport. He died April 26, at the Thayer County Health Services in Hebron. Ray was baptized at...

 

Harry Huge

Word was received in Superior Monday that a former Superior resident, and current community friend and benefactor, Harry Huge, had died. We expect to have more details in a later issue....

 

Jerry Plett

Word has been received here of the death of Jerry Plett, the father of a Superior resident, Angie Ehlers. Yabel-Megli-Zeiner Funeral Home of Marion, Kan., is in charge of funeral arrangements....

 

Masks and groceries delivered as a bonus

COVID-19 seems to have affected everything. For several weeks now, older citizens have been encouraged to stay home. Perhaps more than ever, having a home delivered meal is important, even if social...

 

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