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Articles from the October 27, 2022 edition

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Country Roads

Be prepared as it’s almost Halloween! It’s time for the children to decide what they are going to dress up as for the “trick or treating” as they make their plans to visit from house to house. They come with their bags, knocking or ringing...

 

Editor's Notebook

Thankfully, election day is almost here. It’s been a long time coming for the candidates and their supporters have been beating their campaign drums since before the last election. Unfortunately, the drum beating won’t stop on election day for...

 

Puffs

I thought I knew what I was going to write this week, but a trip to Lincoln and then back home on Sunday changed my mind. I have no understanding of what the 1930s and the “Dust Bowl” days and years were like, but anyone who was out Sunday maybe...

 

Love my crazy life

It’s been a busy week. Robert rolled in Thursday evening. He is on leave, and I get to keep him for a whole week. I’m so happy to have him home. We picked up Jack and Nicholas on Friday, and it was a nice change to have the house alive over the...

 

Wind driven fire races halfway across county

The ominous signs were there Sunday. The National Weather Service had issued a Red Flag warning for the area. This warning is posted when warm temperatures, low humidity, dried fuel and strong winds a...

 

Halloween activities scheduled this week

It’s almost Halloween and a number of special activities are planned around the date. This afternoon the Superior Chamber of Commerce will hold Pumpkins in the Park from 5 to 6 p.m. While primarily designed to entertain the youngsters, all ages...

 

Airplane in distress lands at Superior

Superior first responders received an unusual call Friday evening. The air traffic controllers at the Minneapolis center asked that emergency equipment, an ambulance and fire trucks, stand by at the Superior Municipal Airport. The cause of the call...

 

Julie Otero submits SCUD 5 resignation

A new leader will be needed to lead the break-up of the South Central Nebraska Unified School District 5. The Clay County News reported last week that Julie Otero, the former Julie Alexander of Superior, has submitted her resignation. She has served...

 

Superior council rescinds daycare foreclosure action

Monday evening members of the Superior City Council reversed the foreclosure action they had instigated against the Lighthouse Daycare Center. While the daycare center appears to be permanently closed, Mary Scroggins, the city’s development...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    October 27, 2022

Literacy Day and is November 1

Why is there a national month for Family Literacy or a national day for Family Literacy?  Simple – the most important determinant of a child’s language and literacy is parental involvement.  The more parents (grandparents and siblings too!)...

 

Houchens serves JC as a Physician's Assistant

A friendly physician's assistant Bryan Houchens, a physician's assistant at the Jewell County Rural Health Clinic, has been practicing medicine since July of 1998. He attended Wichita State University. To become a physician's assistant, Houchens...

 

New RH school counselor busy

Traveling from Beloit every school day, Shyanne Kastrup is the new 6 through 12 counselor and National Honor Society sponsor at Rock Hills. She grew up in Beloit, only moving away when she attended Washburn University. While in college, Kastrup...

 

Saddle Club tours Cowboy Museum

The Jewell County Saddle Club meeting was held Sunday at the Superior High School library. The group decided prizes for the Jewell County Fair horse show and the open horse show. The open horse show...

 

OCCK will provide free rides

OCCK Transportation is providing free rides to the general public on all services, including CityGo, regional paratransit, GoAbilene, GoConcordia, 81 Connection and KanConnect, during the second Annual Kansas Mobility Week happening Nov. 6 though...

 

Sheriff's department receives $18,800 grant for computers

The Jewell County commissioners met Oct. 17, with commissioners Steve Greene, Brent Beck and Keith Roe present. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk was also present. The commissioners approved the request by Chris Petet, custodian, for permission to...

 

Mankato City Council to contribute to Eagle Scout project

The regular meeting of the Mankato City Council was called to order by Mayor Justin Schoonover on Tuesday, Oct. 4. Councilmen present were Sam Becker, Kevin Ost, George Hennion, Rodney Payne and Lyle Dauner. Also present were Darrell Miller,city...

 

Blood Mobile will be in Nelson Nov. 4

The Red Cross Blood Mobile will be in Nelson, Friday Nov. 4, at the City Auditorium from 9 to 3 p.m. Regular whole blood donors can donate every eight weeks, and it will be exactly eight weeks since they were last in Nelson on Sept. 9. Power Re...

 

NOAA releases the 2022-23 Winter Outlook

The National Weather Service has released its 2022-23 Winter Outlook for the United States. The outlook is based on several dynamical and statistical models along with ongoing climate trends, and specifically relates the three-month period of...

 

L-N Raider Football sweep through first playoff game 62-16

The 2022 Class D-2 state playoff games started last Thursday evening. The No. 7 seeded L-N Raiders played No.10 seeded Nebraska City Lourdes Central Catholic on the local field in Lawrence. They...

 

L-N volleyball reaches sub-district final

The Lawrence-Nelson volleyball team won their final regular season match, sweeping Franklin, 25-17, 25-20 and 25-16, in three sets at Franklin last Tuesday, They began postseason play Monday by...

 

RHHS volleyball

The Rock Hills High School volleyball team closed out their season with a two set, 23-25 and 12-25, loss to Clifton-Clyde, at Clyde Saturday, in 1A-D1 sub-state play. The loss ended the season for the Grizzlies. They split a pair of matches at the...

 

RHHS football heads to post-season play

The Rock Hills High School football team closed out their regular season schedule with a 64-22 loss to Washington County at Washington Friday. The Grizzlies stayed close for the first quarter,trailing 12-8 after the first quarter concluded. They...

 

SHS volleyball ousted at sub-district

The Superior High School volleyball team split a pair of games at the Southern Nebrska Conference Tournamant at Milford. The team was eliminated in sub-district C2-7 play by Thayer Central Monday....

 

Zak Corman

Funeral arrangements are pending at the Megrue-Price Funeral Home for a 17-year-old rural Superior resident who died this week. Zak Corman was a student at Deshler High School, transferring this year from Superior so he could avail himself of a...

 

Raymond Bonin

Raymond Lee Bonin, the son of William and Emilie (Bruns) Bonin, was born on Dec. 27, 1946, in Davenport, Neb. He died Oct. 18, 2022, at Brodstone Healthcare at Superior, Neb., surrounded by his...

 

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