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Articles from the October 6, 2022 edition

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Country Roads

If you live in or near Jewell County, you know most of the well traveled country roads are covered with crushed limestone rock. In several choice spots in the county, the rock can be found underneath the grass covered lands, or even standing out on...

 

Puffs

Technology . . . It can be cussed and it can be praised . . . and depending on the situation, both actions can be correct. Take this coming week for example. Friday night to be sure. The Cornhusker football game is Friday this week, not Saturday....

 

Love my crazy life

What a week, or weekend I should say. I forgot my age again and volunteered for a project that took twice as long as I’d expected. If you remember, awhile back, I wrote an article about Lowell Tuma, who was renovating a house here in Nelson on...

 

Brodstone lifts mandates; COVID transmission rate drops to moderate

In compliance with the most recent CDC masking guidelines, Brodstone Healthcare is no longer requiring masks to be worn within the hospital and Brodstone Family Medical Center locations. This applies to all patients, visitors and employees...

 

Nuckolls Co. will stripe Webber Road to stateline

The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met at the county courthouse in Nelson, Monday. Ken Rempe was an excused absence. Jim Bolte, county road department foreman, reported the Webber Road , from the Superior city limits to the Kansas state...

 

Aurora Co-op and KAAPA Ethanol Holdings, LLC announce joint venture of Aurora Co-op ethanol

Aurora Co-op and KAAPA Ethanol Holdings, LLC announce joint venture of Aurora Co-op ethanol Aurora Cooperative Elevator Company and KAAPA Ethanol Holdings, LLC have announced a joint venture involving Aurora Cooperative’s ethanol and grain...

 

"Farm, Sweet Farm" 80th Anniversary of the Jewell Corn Show

This weekend is the 80th Anniversary of the Jewell Corn Show! The first show, called “The Jewell County Corn Show,” was held on Nov. 21, 1942. The 1943 event, as well as the following ones, was simply the “Jewell Corn Show.” This year’s...

 

New teachers drive from Kensington

The new 6th grade through 9th grade English teacher at Rock Hills, Kelly Hendryx and her husband, Otis, live in Kensington, Kan. They drive to Mankato to teach. Otis is the 9 through 12 social studies teacher, the junior high and high school...

 

Benoit ranked fourth in 2022 Angus Registrations

Everett L. Benoit, Esbon, is ranked as fourth largest in registering the most Angus beef cattle in Kansas with the American Angus Association during fiscal year 2022, which ended Sept. 30, according to Mark McCully, Association chief executive...

 

Ute still needs volunteers

The Jewell County Cinema, Inc. Board met on Monday, Sept. 26. The meeting was held by Zoom and in person at the Mankato Christian Church and was called to order by Thadd Hinkle. Members present were Thadd Hinkle, Phyllis Christie, Janis McDill,...

 

State Sen. Carol Blood hosting Town Hall in Edgar

Carol Blood, Nebraska gubernatorial candidate, will host a town hall in Edgar on Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. The event will be held at the Edgar Community Center. The event is open to all area residents who are interested in hearing more about...

 

Faimon triplets re-united at home in Lawrence

At Last . . . Together . . . Every family has stories unique to themselves and the family of Keith and Brittany Faimon of Lawrence is certainly no exception. The couple and family of two children...

 

Nebraska Kids Fitness and Nutrition Day held Oct. 4 in Hastings

Fourth-grade students from Adams, Clay, Nuckolls and Webster counties learned about health and wellness at the 17th Annual Nebraska Kids Fitness & Nutrition Day (NKFND), Tuesday, at the YMCA of Hastings. The day’s activities took place from 9 a.m....

 

Editor's Notebook

Nuckolls County neighborliness was demonstrated in recent days when three of Butch Higer’s neighbors helped a man from Oklahoma. The Oklahoman had agreed to buy a truck from Butch who has been battling a string of health problems in recent months...

 

Master Recreation Plan Survey report presented Wednesday

Responses from 220 Superior residents who completed the Superior Park and Recreation Plan Community Survey were compiled and presented at a public meeting held at 5:30 yesterday afternoon at the Superior Public Library meeting room. The meeting was...

 

Investigation into Lovewell Lake death continues this week

Not a lot new to report this week about the deceased man found at a Lovewell Lake campground. We have not received any information with regard to what the autopsy and toxicology reports may have indicated. Sheriff Don Jacobs said the report could...

 

Watch as the trucks

Country road drivers need to be on the watch as the trucks are rolling and the grain is coming to town. Harvest reports vary from average to poor depending upon where it rained and where it didnʼt....

 

L-N team wins school competition at Silhouette Shoot

2022 Nebraska Youth Smallbore Silhouette Invitational Established in 1977 has earned the title 'Longest Running Youth Shooting Sports Event in Nebraska."  The warm September weather provided a...

 

James McCartney

James "Jim" A. McCartney, 83 years of age, of Odell died Friday, Sept. 23, 2022, at Beatrice Community Hospital and Health Center in Beatrice. He was born on Oct. 6, 1938, near Angus to Merton and...

 

Joyce Snell

Joyce Darlene Snell, 87, the daughter of Leonard O. and Maude B. (Young) Bailey, was born April 2, 1935, at Edgar, Neb. She died Sept. 21, 2022 at the Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings. Joyce received her formal education attending the Edgar schools...

 

Eugene E. Garvin

Eugene E. Garvin, a Hastings resident, 88, died Sunday, Oct. 2, 2022, at Perkins Pavilion Good Samaritan Society-Hastings Village, Hastings.     Rosary will be held at 7:30 p.m. today (Thursday)...

 

SHS girls golf team headed back to state

All the hours of dedicated practice by the members of the Superior High School girls golf team paid off when the team took third place at the District C-1 match played over the Hidden Valley Golf...

 

SHS cross country

The Superior High School boys and girls cross country runners will compete at the Southern Nebraska Conference meet today (Thursday). The races will be run over the Fairbury High School course at Fairbury....

 

SHS volleyball goes 2-3 at St. Cecilia tourney

The Superior High School volleyball team played at the two-day Hastings St. Cecilia Tournament last Tuesday and Thursday. The Wildcats won both of their Tuesday matches, downing Lawrence-Nelson 25-15...

 

SHS football adds another loss

The Heartland Huskies mauled the Superior Wildcats 76-14, at Henderson Friday. Nothing much went right on other the offensive or defensive side of the line for the Wildcats as Heartland seemingly scored early, often and at will. Henderson held a...

 

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