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Country Roads

It’s getting to the end of the camping season and that saddens me. I know not everyone feels the same as I do about time at the lakes with a camper trailer. Years ago, when our sons were young, my husband and I thought we needed to get away from...

 

Editor's Notebook

After learning two high school mates of mine observed their 54th wedding anniversary last week, I have been wondering where the years went. It shouldn’t been a shock for I walked across the Superior Auditorium stage and received my diploma 57...

 

Ask a Pastor Column

Presenting Biblical answers to tough questions Q: How could a loving God command genocide? God told Israel to kill all of the Canaanites, men women and children! Part One:  The first question I would have to ask this person is whether they are...

 

Puffs

Puffs The more things change . . . the more they stay the same. I wasn’t sure how to begin this week as I just came across a couple of items from different sources I would like to tie together that might just help explain some activities of our...

 

Love my crazy life

Well, Jacob is on the injured list again, not sure how severe. I’m going to have to start selling organs to be able to pay to fix his limbs! We are working away at the money pit. I’m starting to feel like that is going to be my story for the...

 

Two utilities join to offer broadband in rural areas

The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met at the Nuckolls County courthouse in Nelson, Monday. All three board members were present. The board, on the advice of Jeff Wagner, county highway superintendent, did not accept the lone bid submitted...

 

Hastings rescue team helps with Hardy accident

The call reporting an accident at the Hardy elevator was of the type that local responders envision in their nightmares. It was reported a man had fallen while working on a piece of equipment known...

 

Perrie family confirms plans for restaurant

There is a new restaurant on Superior's horizon i. Eric and April Perrie have purchased the location of the former Superior Pizza Hut. The couple are planning a major renovation project to revitalize...

 

Superior Burn Pit hours changed Oct. 1

Hours of operation for Superior’s burn pit changed with the arrival of October. The pit is located in a former sand pit about three-quarters of a mile north of the cement terminal on west Eighth Street. A century ago the sand pit was served by a...

 

LFC planning fall carnival

It’s early October and planning is well underway for the annual Harvest Festival sponsored each fall by the Living Faith Fellowship Church. In previous years the festival was described as a carnival. After an absence of several years, this...

 
 By Teraesa Bruce    News    October 7, 2021

Superior charity adds duffle bag program

As we head into the fall and winter months, charitable agencies are stepping up their requests for donations. Most are located in some far off city and we do not know those responsible for its operation. But that isn't true of one group. The...

 

Brodstone to provide drive thru flu shot clinics

The Superior Family Medical Center and the Nelson Family Medical Center will be administering flu shots via drive thru shot clinics this year. They have announced two dates for Superior and one date for Nelson. No appointments are required and...

 

Burr Oak farmer-rancher has an iron clad hobby

Gale Jeffery, rural Burr Oak, has found a unique ironclad hobby featuring agricultural history. Six years ago this cow-calf operator and semi retired farmer started making shelves and tables as a...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    October 7, 2021

2021 Corn Show Parade Grand Marshalls – Calvin and Peg Bohnert

By Kerma Crouse The 2021 Corn Show Parade Grand Marshalls are about as "Jewell" as the Jewell Corn Show. Calvin Bohnert grew up on a farm just outside the city limits on the west side of Jewell. The...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    October 7, 2021

Something for Everyone – the Jewell Corn Show

Today, Thursday the 7th of October, the 2021 Jewell Corn Show really gets started. The exhibits are on display in the Jewell Community Center today from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. They can be seen Friday from 1 to 6 p.m. or Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m....

 

Census shows population growth for two towns

Census reports continue to be compiled and released to the public. Two Jewell County communities are among the 15 fastest growing communities in the 12 county area served by the North Central Regional Planning Commission office at Beloit. While some...

 

Jewell County Commissioners meeting Sept. 20

The Jewell County Commissioners met Sept. 20, with commissioners, Brent Beck, Steve Greene and Keith Roe. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk, was present for the meeting. Nancy Marihugh, health administrator, said she contacted the Smith County Health...

 

JC Commissioners hear different COVID-19 policies

The Jewell County commissioners met Sept, 13. Natalie Frost, Crystal Cosand, Pamela Wirth and Brenden Wirth were present to discuss COVD-19 quarantine protocols. Pamela Wirth requested that Jewell County consider these changes to COVID-19 quarantine...

 

JC Commissioners approve Local Road Safety Plan

Jewell County Commissioners Brent Beck, Steve Greene and Keith Roe met last Monday. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk, was present for the meeting. The following were present for office head meeting: Amanda Davis, register of deeds; Nancy Marihugh,...

 
 By Erin Fay Statz    News    October 7, 2021

L-N State Range Judging team place 15th

On Sept. 29, the 2021 State Range Judging Contest was held in the beautiful Sandhills of Cherry County near Valentine (nine miles from the South Dakota border). This contest was hosted by the Society...

 

Lucky . . . Or Not ?

Harvest 2021 is here. However, the harvest isn't always corn and beans. Many, many folks in south central Nebraska still grow gardens in and around their homes. And it is time for garden harvests as well as the crops in the field. Pat Faimon of...

 

Raiders even record at 3-3 with 70-43 victory

Impressed by the amount of scoring done this year by the L-N Raider football team ? ? ? Well, after last Friday's 70-43 victory over Giltner, I surely was. In fact at half time I commented just where the score of the game might end. I was reminded...

 

Jarosik first, but Red Raiders 2nd at conference meet

One point . . . That was the difference between the first place winner and the second place runner-up at the Twin Valley Conference Cross Country Meet last Thursday held at Red Cloud. The Co-op team...

 

Memorial to 13 Americans killed in Afghanistan displayed

It won’t go down in history as the world’s largest Memorial, but it has to be one of the most heartfelt Memorials ever. If you were at the L-N football game last Friday night and happened to be on the Raider side of the field near the bleachers,...

 

Raider Volleyball goes 2-3 in busy tournament week

Volleyball schedules can vary quite a bit from week to week. Last week was a busy one for the L-N Lady Raider team. They took part in the annual St. Cecilia Invitational Tournament in Hastings and faced three C-2 and two, D-1 teams in the process....

 

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