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Country Roads

As schools are now out for the summer months, it’s not only the students who get a vacation from their studies,it’s also the teachers who get a well deserved vacation. As we have two granddaughters currently studying to become teachers, it...

 
 By Bill Blauvelt    Columns    June 9, 2022

Editor's Notebook

Recycling has been a buzz word for several years. This month the Trailblazer Resource Conservation District is holding electronics recycling events in the district’s multi-county areas. Tire collection events are also scheduled. Many communities...

 

Ask a Pastor Column

Q:  How does the Bible line up with science?  A: The tension between current church doctrines, modern scientific perspectives and the timeless truths of Scripture is an ongoing challenge for anyone searching for Truth in this world. Adding to the...

 
 By Teraesa Bruce    Columns    June 9, 2022

Love my crazy life

I got plates on the scooter, and I’m getting better at corners. I haven’t run anyone over yet, so I’d say I’m doing well. Not quite ready for a Harley yet, but I’m making progress. LOL! Jacob made it home safely from his dad’s house, and...

 
 By Allen Ostdiek    Columns    June 9, 2022

Puffs

What a relief . . . . These past few months I was afraid the world was coming to an end. Considering the senseless carnage from all of the ‘shootings’, the confusion of letting men compete in college sports as women; watching one of the larger na...

 

Keenagers met in May

The Kennagers’ casserole dinners went over well for the 20 Keenagers and four workers who were in attendance. The birthday person was Connie Reiman.  Door prizes went to Dolores Kucera, canister; Rita Mazour, applesauce; Kathy Riscling, solar...

 

Officers find bank robber outside bank

It reads like one of those too strange to be real stories that we used to watch on television. But it happened Monday in nearby Smith County, Kansas. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) and the...

 

Weather adding spice to life in the Heartland

Weather-wise it has been an unsettled week with thunderstorms in the forecast nearly every day. However much of this newspaper’s circulation area is still waiting for needed rain. Through Tuesday morning, the storms were mostly blustery. The wind b...

 

Nuckolls Co. board hires local wildlife control team

The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met at the county courthouse in Nelson Monday. Kenny Rempe was an excused absence. The board approved a contract with Jared Fullerton and Ronald Fryda to serve as Nuckolls County Wildlife specialists to...

 

Reported explosion at Sedan elevator

There are unconfirmed reports of an explosion, with no injuries, at the Aurora Co-op Sedan elevator Thursday. An Aurora Co-op spokesperson answered with a “no comment” reply when a query was made....

 

Vacant lot wedding

Late Saturday afternoon, guests gathered for the wedding of Jerett Roesti and Samantha Jeffs at the vacant lot directly west of the Superior Auditorium. Shade was a popular commodity, as the outdoor...

 

Superior Municipal Swimming Pool, officially open Friday

Xaiden Fixemer (foreground) lined up with others as they anticipate the opening of the Superior Municipal Swimmimg Pool, Friday, as the pool officially opened for the season. The state health...

 

Couples Summer Golf League began at ECCC Friday

Friday evening the Couples Summer Golf League launched the opening event at  the Elk Creek Country Club in Nelson.  It was a beautiful evening, as the scores indicated.  The team of Craig German and Cindy Hewitt came in with a perfect game of par...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    June 9, 2022

Jacob Burks, new businessman in Jewell

Jacob Burks has joined his father, Josh Burks, at the Citizens State Agency of Jewell. A third-generation employee, Jacob is a recent graduate of Cloud County Community College with an associate's...

 

County awarded $20,000 towards fire department radios

The Jewell County Commissioners met Tuesday, May 31. Commissioners Steve Greene, Brent Beck, and Keith Roe were present. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk, was present for the meeting. The following were present for office head meeting; Alexandria...

 

Garage buliding demolished

A Mankato landmark has in recent days yielded to to the crushing blows of an excavator, but as its fell current and former residents of the community shared their memories of the building on this...

 

City of Jewell hosts first Farmer's Market

On Saturday, May 28, the City of Jewell hosted it’s first Farmers Market in Jewell City Park. The morning kicked off with a ribbon cutting ceremony and speeches from Jane Pahls, Jewell Chamber of Commerce representative, and Darrell Bohnert,Jewell...

 

Commissioners host multi-county meeting in Mankato

The Jewell County Commissioners met, meet May 23. Commissioners Steve Greene, and Keith Roe were present. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk was present for the meeting. Sherry Koster, Jewell County Conservation District, presented the 2023 budget...

 

JCCD welcomes Reed Knitter, summer intern

Jewell County Community Development is again participating in the Dane G. Hansen Foundation Summer Internship Program. This year's intern is Reed Knitter, Fort Hays State student. Knitter is going into his senior year and is a marketing major with a...

 

Post Rock bring adventure labs to JC

Post Rock Extension District is helping kids discover the adventure of science with the pop-up Adventure Lab experience. The Post Rock Adventure Lab features hands-on educational and fun brain boosters that make science engaging and meaningful in...

 

Lifeguards at the Nelson municipal pool participated training

Lifeguards at the Nelson municipal pool participated in an in-service this past week on the proper use of the back board. Every season lifeguards participate in several in-services to ensure they are...

 

Notes in cemetery ask for helping genealogy search

Over the past 50 to 60 years genealogy studies have consumed a lot of time in many people’s lives. In some cases, the search is often as interesting as the information found. One such incident happened over Memorial Day at the Evergreen Cemetery...

 

Jewell County Sherrif''s Statistics

From May 30 through June 4 there were four accidents, five animal calls, one arrest, seven paper services, three controlled burns, eight EMS calls, one fire, one incident report, one motorist assist, 105 phone calls, six traffic stops, one traffic...

 

Flag Day June 14

Flag Day celebrates the adoption of the flag as the offical symbol for the United States. The American Flag was first recognized by Congress on June 14, 1977. In 1885, an offical Flag Day to commemorate this was suggested by a Wisconsin teacher, but...

 

Fundraiser helps send Ostdiek to archery tourneys

Avery Ostdiek along with her parents host ed a “You’ve Been Flocked” fundraiser to sponsor her next two World Archery Trips. The money raised will be used to help off set cost for her upcoming trips to NASP/IBO World Archery Tournament, in...

 

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