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Articles from the September 24, 2020 edition

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BMH unveils new video this week

Brodstone Memorial Hospital in partnership with Brodstone Memorial Hospital Foundation launched a new promo video this week. The video detailed the cause of the 2020 Harvest Moon Gala, the past successes of the hospital and foundation and the future...

 

Innovation Studio stops in Superior

Vicki Perrie, director of the Superior Public Library, has been waiting for months for Library Innovations Studios to come to town. It is soon to be available at the library. Plans were for the studio to be in Superior in June but one of the...

 

Foundation honors business owners

Superior 3000 Foundation has selected Luke and Natalie Meyers, owners of Meyers Aerial Service, as winners of the 2020 Superior 3000 Foundation's Entrepreneur of the Year award. Among many other...

 

Road crew will have new salt spreader for winter

The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met for their regularly scheduled meeting at the county courthouse, Nelson, Monday. All three commissioners were present. The agenda was light. The board approved the purchase of a salt spreader for the...

 

New events for Jewell's Corn Show!

In 2020, Jewell’s Sesquicentennial Year, the annual Corn Show has added a couple of new events. One will be the First Annual Cornhole Tournament and the other is a demonstration of Cowboy Action Shooting by Jewell native, Travis Cady. Cornhole...

 

Auction-new event

Something new for the 2020 Jewell Corn Show will be an auction. The auction will consist of three items donated to the Jewell Chamber of Commerce in honor of Jewell's Sesquicentennial. Mark Baxa,...

 

Formoso completes playground project

The Formoso community has completed their main play set at the park. The play equipment was made possible by donations from the Jewell County community through a ProjectWeKan.com crowdfunding...

 

From Principal Dana Epley's office

Teacher spotlight Mrs. Alber and her kindergarten students spent the first week learning the expectations in the different areas of the school. They searched the school for “Pete the Cat’s” footprints to review how to be safe, respectful, and...

 

L-N schools adjust activity schedules

Life in the pandemic continues to be far from normal. A number of Lawrence-Nelson school district activities planned for this week and next have either been cancelled or postponed. Starting on Monday, a junior-high football game at Red Cloud and a...

 

SHDHD reports positivity increases to 10.1 percent

South Heartland District Health Department (SHDHD) officials reported 34 new lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in the four days (Friday through Monday), bringing the cumulative total number of cases in the four-county health district to 624. The new...

 

Meet Jaid Runft

The new secretary at Rock Hills Junior-Senior High School is Jaid Runft. She grew up on a farm just outside of Scandia. After graduating from Pike Valley, she went to Fort Hays to major in...

 

Survey to begin on U.S. Highway 24

The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT)began a field survey Monday for the detailed design of proposed bridge improvements on U.S. 24 in Cloud County. The two locations surveyed are for the Lost Creek Bridge, .53 miles east of the...

 

2020 Nuckolls County 4-H State Fair results

Fifteen Nuckolls County 4-H exhibitors competed at the 2020 COVID-19 modified Nebraska State Fair Aug. 28 through 30. Static exhibits were not given individual ribbon placings, but special...

 

Editor's Notebook

This is National Small Business Week, a week designated to celebrate the resolve and ingenuity of American entrepreneurs. The week is usually observed the first week of May but this year the pandemic changed the date. While small businesses are...

 

Country Roads

Cousins are a wonderful connection for any family to have. They are an important family extension. Having lost most all of my aunts and uncles, their children are carrying on the legacy for their side of the family. I feel blessed to have many...

 

Love my Crazy Life

This past week has been busy. I’ve been burning the candle at both ends, and I am paying for it today. Jacob dislocated his shoulder during the JV football game on Monday. We took an unplanned trip to the sports doctor. After a week of rest, he is...

 

SHS grad earns scholar-athlete award

Evin Miller, the daughter of Kevin and Juliane Miller, Superior, was named a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete. Miller, a Superior High School graduate, was a member of the Kansas Wesleyan University...

 

Syracuse hands SHS a disappointing loss in football game overtime

Superior had one win and two losses coming into the Friday night game with Syracuse. Syracuse's record was the same. The final score says that they were two well-matched teams. First quarter there...

 

SHS Cross Country team travels to Fillmore Central

Last Thursday, the Wildcat Cross Country Team participated in a meet at Fillmore Central at Geneva. A.J. Leibel just missed out on medals by two seconds. They metaled in the top 20 and he placed 22nd. A.J.’s time was more than a minute faster than...

 

Superior Lady Cats at Alma Triangular

Last Saturday, the Lady Cats traveled to Alma for a triangular with Alma and Blue Hill. The Cats played Alma in their first match. Alma beat them in two sets. Statistics: 18- 25; 20-25. Cailyn Barry: two kills of four attacks; one ace serve of seven...

 

Superior Lady Cats win in four sets against Sutton

The Lady Cat volleyball team traveled to Sutton to take on the Fillies on Tuesday, Sept. 15. The first two sets were close with Superior High School winning set one and Sutton taking set two. In match three, the Lady Cats won easily. Set four was a...

 

RHHS football falls to Axtell

The Rock Hills High School football team found themselves in an unusual position, Friday, when they played Axtell, at Axtell. It’s usually the Grizzlies who are the team scoring enough points for the mercy rule to be invoked. Not this time. With...

 

Raider Volleyball team stumbles; has game cancelled

Many folks had a feeling . . . that the COVID would impact the 2020 season somehow. Well it did last week with the folks in Shelton having concerns for health issues. They postponed their game with th...

 

Raider Football Team drops game to Blue Hill

It wasn't a pretty night for the L-N Raider football team Friday night. Don't get me wrong, the weather was great. The result of the game just wasn't very great to the Raider team and fans as Blue...

 

Rosa Calahan

Rosa Lee Calahan, the daughter of Edgar and Edna (Posvar) Deterding, was born on May 16, 1936, in a farm house on the Wade place on the Thayer-Nuckolls County line near Oak. She died Sept. 12, 2020,...

 

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