Articles from the August 10, 2023 edition

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Country Roads

Last week, my hubby and I headed to Colorado for a short trip to get away from the heat. We had a good time but when we went to view the Royal Gorge, I chickened out walking out to the bridge to view down into the canyon below, as my semi-fear of...

 

Editor's Notebook

Candy Downs, a former Superior resident now living in Florida and working as newspaper advertising salesperson shared the following story with friends Monday evening: Went to a convenience store this evening and a guy in line in front of me...

 

Love my crazy life

Once again I have retreated to the front porch to write. Nicky is down for another week, and I am happy to say has made a friend here. The house is full of noise and chaos, and as much as I love that, I need the quiet to concentrate. So I have left...

 

Puffs

“OK folks, I think we have seen it all now . . .” Every time I think that thought, or read it, I know there is something more coming. We’ll talk politics for a little here this week. On the national scene. Seems that Donald Trump may go to priso...

 

4-H Night concludes Nuckolls Co. Fair

Jenna Gilbert, Southern Plains Extension Educator, served as the mistress of ceremonies Sunday for the 4-H Awards Night. Nathan Elledge and Chase Ostdiek, 4-H Ambassadors, led with Pledge of...

 

No shortage of interesting thunderstorm clouds

Much of our circulation area reports a shortage of precipitation but there has been no shortage of interesting thunderstorm clouds. This picture was taken Saturday night by Steve Houtwed. He was...

 

Back to School info published this week

The Superior Public Schools has placed a full-page advertisement in this issue giving general information about the schools which will be opening for the fall semester on Monday, Aug. 21. This is a page we always save and post on the newspaper...

 

New owners of Superior Bowl come home

After moving from Superior 23 years ago, Travis and Deb May are back. They wanted to live closer to family and the community. The Mays had been living in Dodge City and Cimmaron, Kansas, since they last lived in Superior. Recently they purchased...

 

Public invited to help Good Samaritan celebrate survey

The Superior Good Samaritan Society facility underwent their annual survey by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. The survey, which takes more than three days to conduct, examines every aspect of the facility. Dietary,...

 

South the track lots are home to 2 master gardeners

What started as an interview about the fair turned into finding a hidden treasure. Floyd and Karen Rothfuss went to Superior High School and believe in giving back to their home town.. Karen entered different kinds of flowers into the Jewell and...

 

Superior Garage Sale Week

For the community of Superior this is city-wide garage sale week. A number of sale locations are listed in the classified section of this week’s newspaper and several of those locations are multifamily sales. We have attempted to arrange the sales by...

 

Ask a Pastor Column

Why haven’t any new books of the Bible been written? God hasn’t said anything new in 2000 years? A: God has certainly said and done a great deal in the last 2000 years. We simply need to distinguish between the direction God gives to individuals and...

 

Post Rock plans Farm and Ranch transition conference in 4 locations

The Central Kansas, Phillips-Rooks, Post Rock and River Valley extension districts will be hosting conferences this August aimed to help farmers and ranchers plan the transition of their farm. According to the 2016 Family Business Survey by the...

 

Jewell County Sheriff's Stats for July

There were one hundred, four 9-1-1 calls, two abandoned vehicles, 18 animal calls, one assault, 12 auto accidents, one battery, one burglary, one civil standby, one criminal threat, two disorderly conduct, one domestic, one driver’s license s...

 

Giving multiplied with school supplies for children overseas

As the school year approaches, shoebox packers are making use of back-to-school prices to purchase gifts and essential items for children in need around the world. Residents in Mankato are collecting school supplies, along with personal care items...

 

Annual Campground Christmas Aug. 12

Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks at Lovewell State Park is sponsoring its 21st Annual Campground Christmas on Saturday. Campers at the state park are encouraged to decorate their campsites in a Christmas theme. Campers who choose to join in on...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    August 10, 2023

Jewell gathers to celebrate Wilson's 90th

To Jack Wilson, "it didn't seem like I was that old!" But he was and friends and family gathered at the Jewell Community Center on Sunday, Aug. 6, to remind him of the fact. The group enjoyed cake and cookies as part of the celebration. It was on...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    August 10, 2023

Jean Menhusen Knowlton celebrates 100th birthday

Jean Knowlton observed her 100th birthday quietly. Aug. 1, found her greeting friends and family in her room at the Residential Care (RCC) in Beloit. Cards arrived, people came and went - and there were cupcakes! Cupcakes with "100" written in...

 

2023 Midwest Corn Harvest off to early start

Corn harvest usually starts in southcentral Nebraska in October, or maybe November depending on how the year's weather went. However, here the first part of August the sight of corn fields looking lik...

 
 By Royce Schott    News    August 10, 2023

Nelson Community Club hosts Town Hall Meeting

The Nelson Community Club, working with the Nelson City Council hosted a Town Hall Meeting at the Elk Creek Country Club clubhouse last Tuesday. More than 20 members of the Nelson community attended the meeting. Rick Nelsen, Nebraska Public Power...

 

Commissioners purchase paddle wagon

The Nuckolls County Board of commissioners met at the county courthouse in nelson, Monday. All three commissioners were present. The board approved claims for county departments. The board approved pledged securities present by Tami Sharp, county...

 

Jovita Lemke

Hastings resident, Jovita H. Lemke, died Friday, Aug. 4, 2023, at Bryan Medical Center East, Lincoln, Nebraska. Rosary was at 10 a.m. and Mass of Christian Burial followed at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug....

 

Mary Schlick dies

Mary Jane Schlick, 84, was born on June 23, 1939, in Kingman, Kansas. She died Aug. 5, 2023, in Grand Island, Nebraska. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Aug.t 11, at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. A Committal service will...

 

Wayne Snyder

Wayne Stuart Snyder, 72, died peacefully surrounded by friends and family at his daughters home in Cawker City, Kansas, on Aug. 1, 2023. Wayne Stuart Snyder, known to all as "Dink" was born on Nov....

 

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