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Articles from the June 24, 2021 edition

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Country Roads

To those who say, “There are no entertaining events in this area,” I say “Look around. You can get your fill of entertainment right here. Consider what the area has to offer from the end of May through July. At Memorial Day time there is the...

 
 By Bill Blauvelt    Columns    June 24, 2021

Editor's Notebook

With Father’s Day observed on Sunday, I’ve listened as a number of friends shared stories about what they learned from their fathers and what they did with their fathers. Their stories got me to thinking about the many things I did with my...

 

Ask a Pastor

Presenting Biblical answers to tough questions Q: How do you tell if someone is teaching falsely?  A: The Bible offers two basic tests for truth: agreement with God’s Word and the character of the teacher. As the Nation of Israel was entering...

 
 By Allen Ostdiek    Columns    June 24, 2021

Puffs

Reading . . . writing . . . arithmetic . . . For years the basic blocks of a good education, knowledge and wisdom. I’m not sure I possess much of those three blocks, but, I’ve been called a blockhead a number of times, so maybe I’m working my...

 
 By Teraesa Bruce    Columns    June 24, 2021

Love My Crazy Life

This past week felt like two! Besides the regular day-to-day, we managed to have a couple of hours to catch up with some friends and continue cleaning up the garages. Thursday, I drove to Kansas to pick up Jacob from his dad with two of his friends...

 

Martin Honey Acres was a long time Nuckolls County Fair vendor

Honey, I'm home Sweetness abounded at Frank and Esther Martin's Bostwick home for more than 40 years. When their daughter, Cathy, was born in 1964, she was plagued with ear and throat infections. The...

 

Buffalo grass lawn with YOM honor

The Superior Chamber of Commerce presented the Yard of the Month Award to Paul and Cindy Thornton Thursday. The couple reside at 335 S. Bloom Street, Superior. They have called the house home for 40...

 

Former Superior resident will open kids' consignment store

Brooke Martin Mohler will be opening her consignment boutique, 'Buttons and Bows', in Superior by mid-July. The store will be housed in the former Emporium and Nifty Thrifty building on Central...

 

Nuckolls County completes repair of Edgar Spur

The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met at the county courthouse in Nelson, Monday. All three commissioners were present. The board worked its way through a light agenda. The highway department reported work to repair deficiencies in a paving...

 

Will detour truck bypass traffic through Superior Effective Monday morning

Detour signs will soon be going up in Superior. If all goes as scheduled, the truck route around the east edge of Superior will be closed on Monday to through traffic. Instead of using the truck route to bypass Superior, through traffic that has...

 

Church bell at Lovewell lake church

As they entered the Lovewell Lake Church, Sunday morning, one father swooped his two young sons into his arms and lifted them to were they could grab a large rope hanging from the Lovewell Church...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    June 24, 2021

Randall Farmers Co-op Union changes Jewell skyline

The Randall Farmers Co-op Union (RFCU) is making a bit of a change in the skyline of Jewell. The Jewell location, managed by John Herrmann, is adding to their grain handling capacity. Next to the...

 

OCCK Transportation assumes Concordia Public Transportation

As of July 1, OCCK, Inc. will be providing all general public transportation within the city limits of Concordia. This service has been provided by the Concordia Senior Center. This new venture, called GoConcordia, will be a joint partnership...

 

Mankato City Library News

Mankato City Library has added in juvenile fiction: “Eek! Halloween!” by Sandra Boynton, “How Much Does God Love You?” by Michelle Medlock Adams, “Little Blue Truck Leads the Way” by Alice Schertle, “Really Wooly Bedtime Prayers” and...

 

US Highway 36 meeting is today

The US Highway 36 Association is holding their annual meeting today (Thursday) at the Buffalo Roam. The meeting starts at 10 a.m. and will end about 3 p.m. The association includes all 13 counties across northern Kansas....

 

Funding for County EMS building addition project discussed

The Jewell County commissioners, Brent Beck, Steve Greene and Keith Roe, met June 14. The commissioners reviewed and approved the Cottonwood Consulting Services Agreement for the American Rescue Plan Fiscal Recovery Fund Administrator. The letter of...

 

Mammoth festival in Mankato

Fire spinners awed those in attendance at the Mammoth festival in Mankato. They performed in the natural amphitheater created by the rolling landscape at the Mankato City Park....

 

Landscaping the Mankato Community Center

As part of a Dane G. Hansen Grant received by the City of Mankato, Limestone Valley Garden Center works on landscaping the Mankato Community Center. Pictured from left; Kristin Underwood, Aaron...

 

Patrick Moore named 2021 Principal of the Year

The Nebraska State Association of Secondary School Principals has selected Patrick Moore as the 2021 High School Principal of the Year. This award is presented annually to a principal who has...

 

Kimminau Corner Mart benefits rehab patients

(Editor's note: the following is reprinted with permission from the Spring 2021 issue of 'Journeys.' The publication is printed by Bryan Health of Lincoln.) When Linda Kimminau and her family went to...

 

Radar speed trailer in Nelson

A radar speed trailer has been placed on Main Street in Nelson to remind drivers of the reduced speed through downtown. Over the past few months, it seems the set speed limit of 25 miles per hour had...

 

Charles Hubl

Lawrence resident Charles Joseph "C.J." "Chick" Hubl, 96, died Sunday, June 20, 2021, at Edgewood Vista Assisted Living, Hastings. Rosary will be at 7 p.m. today (Thursday), June 24, at Butler...

 

Thomas Willett

Thomas Howard Willett, 76, of Liberty, Mo., died May 24, 2021, at the Liberty Health and Wellness from natural causes. Tom was born in Inglewood, Calif., on Feb. 4, 1945. His lived in Nebraska during is early childhood before moving to Grand...

 

Rebekah Anne Waide

Daniel and Kimberly Waide of Formoso welcomed their little girl, Rebekah Anne, into the world on Sunday, June 13. She weighed 6lb. 13oz. and was 19 1/4 inches long. Her older brother and sister are...

 

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