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Articles from the September 29, 2022 edition

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Country Roads

Last week a change in the seasons finally arrived and it was certainly felt. Fall came upon us and most were ready for it. We felt the change as the summer temperatures seemed to hang on with highs remaining up into the 90s and 100s, then within a...

 

Editor's Notebook

I don’t know how they are picked for it seems every day of the year is a special day recognizing something. Sunday, for example, was National Daughters Day and Monday was National Public Lands Day. Since I don’t have a daughter, I didn’t check...

 

Puffs

I know I watch too much TV and a couple of things came to my attention this past week that helped support my feelings. They are: No. 1: I was watching a morning show Saturday. It had news as usual, but towards the end of the show, it introduced a...

 

Love my crazy life

I left a window open and woke up in a chilly house; it was a brisk 53º downstairs. No wonder I’m still feeling under the weather; this time of year always gets me. With harvest starting, my sinuses will surely be full through the new year. I got a...

 

Elmer Rempe receives Quilt of Valor honor

On Saturday, Sept. 17, Elmer and Maxine Rempe had a big surprise. They were expecting their daughter, Jeannie Darling from Arizona, and their son, Jerry, and their families, but more family kept arriving. Theresa and Tom Kulek and Jan and Ron...

 

L-N volleyball goes 1-2 for the week

The Lawrence-Nelson Raiders volleyball team continues to work their way through a tough schedule with mixed results. The Raiders downed the Fillmore Central Panthers in two sets, 25-15 and 25-19, last Tuesday, at Geneva in a triangular match. They fe...

 

Superior ice cream, burger store will have new owners Scott family takes over Saturday

A longtime Superior business will have new owners and a new name on Saturday. Cerissa and Dean Scott have purchased the Burger Barn, created limited liability company and are changing the business...

 

Friday last day to comment on park & recreation master plan

Superior residents are being asked to provide their input through a community wide survey that is available online until Friday. Hard copies of the survey can be picked up at the city offices or library and can be dropped off at the city office. The...

 

Brodstone Field to have portable goal posts

There will be a different look in the end zones of Superior's Brodstone Memorial Field when the Wildcats take the field for their season ending game against McCool Junction, Friday, Oct. 7. Superior...

 

Superior School District. holds hearing to explain reasons for tax increase

Three meetings were held Monday evening within 45 minutes at the Superior High School library. Pink Card Meeting The first cost Nuckolls County taxpayers approximately $1,300 b ecause of a change in Nebraska State Law. Earlier this month property own...

 

USD 5 cross country

The USD 5 Red Raiders cross country runners competed at the Adams Central Invitational held in Hastings last Tuesday. The Thayer Central Invitational, scheduled for Thursday at Hebron, was cancelled because of adverse course conditions. The Red...

 

Boards vote unanimously to dissolve South Central Unified School District

In the official proceedings of the Sandy Creek and Lawrence-Nelson school board special meetings held on Sept. 12 and published in the  Sept. 22 edition of the Nuckolls County Locomotive-Gazette, it was reported the boards unanimously passed...

 

Nuckolls County shooting sports team participated in State 4-H

Nuckolls County shooting sports team participated in State 4-H Archery this past weekend. Pictured are (back row, from left) Kaden Grams, Avery Ostdiek, Nathan Pofahl, Natalie Jacobitz, (middle row);...

 

Deceased person found at Lovewell Lake campground

Last Tuesday afternoon at 2:34 p.m. the Jewell County Sheriff’s office was notified a body had been found at Lovewell Lake’s White Rock Creek Campground. Sheriff Jacobs and a deputy responded to the call and requested help from Kansas Bureau of...

 

Optimum planting dates for wheat in North Central Kansas begin in September

What are the risks of planting wheat early? Producers will soon be drilling their 2023 wheat crop and it is always interesting to watch when drilling begins in north central Kansas. Because of our earlier soybean harvest in some fields, producers may...

 

Fogo, oldest living Esbon High grad A look back at Esbon High

Before the town of Ezbon (later Esbon) even began, there was Ezbon School District No. 98. The district was organized on Sept. 4, 1873.  Little is known about the early years of the school as only a few comments survive.   One, a comment in the...

 

2022 Nebraska Passport completed

For those who think they can not take a long vacation, they need to check out what Nebraska has to offer. When COVID hit and the quarantines started, I looked for alternative ways to vacation. I...

 

Community Clean-up Day

The Nelson Community Club held their first community clean up this week by starting off the weekend with Community Garage sales on Saturday. The club paid for the advertising for this event and set...

 

L-N football extends win streak to three

The Lawrence-Nelson High School football team keeps on rolling as they picked up win number four of the season as they declawed the Axtell Wildcats 52-22 at Lawrence, Friday. The win extended the...

 

RHHS football drops close game

The Rock Hills High school football team lost a close 28-20 game to the Lincoln Leopards at Mankato Friday. The Grizzlies held a narrow 8-6 lead at half time. A defensive lapse in the third quarter...

 

RHHS volleyball drops two games at home triangular

The Rock Hills High School volleyball team hosted a triangular match at Mankato last Tuesday. The Grizzlies fell to Lakeside 16-25 and 23-25, in two sets. Long time nemesis St. John’s-Tipton swept...

 

SHS football loses to Sandy Creek

The Superior High School football team is still in search of that elusive first win as they fell to the Sandy Creek Cougars 48-6 at Sandy Creek Friday. The loss left Superior with an 0-5 record for...

 

SHS volleyball

It appears more than likely the road to the state volleyball tournament will be rough one for Superior. They are far behind in the wildcard standings and will face having to win sub-district and district to earn a berth. The Wildcats downed the...

 

SHS girls golf headed to district

The Superior High School girls golf team is rounding into form as they head into the ditrict match. The Wildcats took home second place at the Fullerton Invitational, Tuesday. The team took second place, with a score of 381, in the 11-team field....

 

SHS cross country runners compete at Franklin Invite

The Superior High and Middle School cross country runners competed at the Franklin Invitational last Tuesday. Colten Butler finished in 26th place in the varsity boys 5K with his time of 22:17.34. Kash Wenske took 61st place with his time of...

 

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