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Articles from the November 3, 2022 edition

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Country Roads

My farmer husband knows I do not like to pull vehicles or tractors to get them moved or started. I learned the hard way it was a good rule to enforce because of “run ins,” bad hand signal incidents and just plain bad temper moments. Recently I...

 

Editor's Notebook

This newspaper gets hundreds of e-mails a day. I processed e-mail Saturday but didn’t on Sunday. Monday morning more than 400 e-mails were looking for my review. With that many in the in box, I don’t take the time to read all of them. I scan...

 

Puffs

OK folks, by this time next week, the 2022 General Elections will be history. Will you take part or be a bystander? I only offer a couple of observations this week: The first is early voting. We have always had absentee voting systems in place, but...

 

Love my crazy life

Another crazy week for the books! Robert headed back to base on Saturday, and the house is back to that weird quiet again. During his visit home, Robert bought a fog machine for our Halloween decorations. It sounded cool, but I don’t think he was...

 

Fire loses becoming more clear

Nick Elledge, Nuckolls County emergency services manager, has provided an update on the damage caused by last Sunday's massive wildfire. The blaze burned a swathe of Nuckolls County land two miles...

 

Registration begins for annual Bucks drawing

With the arrival of November, the Superior Chamber of Commerce has begun a series of Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday promotions designed to stress the importance of shopping local. The first promotion to launch this year is the annual Superior...

 

Republic Co. board gives green light to NextEra Windfarm

It appears a windfarm is coming to Republic County. Last week a majority of the county commissioners voted to sign agreements with NextEra Energy allowing the development of the High Banks wind project in Republic County. Commissioners Melvin Jeardoe...

 

Take a virtual hospital tour

The Jewell County Hospital remodeling and expansion project has been completed since January of 2021. It was planned to have an open house to showcase the much needed renovation and new clinic and physical therapy buildings. Well, as all of us now...

 

Mankato Evangelical Lutheran Church celebrates 150 years Sunday

The Mankato Evangelical Lutheran Church hosted a 150 years in Mission for Jesus the Christ with Pastor Dennis Beckmann on Sunday, Reformation Sunday. Norway, Kansas, church members were guests....

 

Pawnee Mental Health enabled to establish endowment by Coughenour Trust

A gift of $25,000 from the Dean Coughenour Trust has enabled Pawnee Mental Health to establish an endowed fund in his name at the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation. The gift supports Pawnee’s Agriculture Assistance program. “As the former...

 

Sacred Heart Church restoration to be completed

After 40 some years when do dreams . . . hopes . . . wishes become more than just that: dreams, hopes and wishes? The answer is: when they become necessities. The Sacred Heart parish church building...

 

Veterans' Day dinner in Nelson on November 10

The annual Nelson Veterans’ Dinner will be at 6 p.m.,on Thursday, Nov. 10. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Jose Flores. He will have slide presentation on Normandy Memorial....

 

Nelson Legion sponsors 'Trunk-O-Treat'

The Nelson American Legion sponsored its first-ever 'Trunk or Treat' Saturday. For this event, people parked their cars and decorated their trunks. Children then went from car to car, picking up...

 

Lee Osdiek inducted into Nebraska Journalism Hall of Fame

Lawrence native and Lawrence High School graduate, Leland Ostdiek, was formally inducted into the Nebraska Journalism Hall of Fame at a ceremony in Lincoln on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022. Mr. Ostdiek was...

 

Locate deer check station before hunting with firearms this season

Locate check station before hunting during firearm deer Nebraska deer hunters are reminded to locate their nearest in-person check stations prior to hunting during the nine-day firearm season this year. All deer harvested during the Nov. 12 through...

 

Raider football season end with 2nd playoff game

The L-N 2022 Football season came to an end last Friday. It came in the second round of playoff games for Class D-2 to a traditional power, Bruning-Davenport-Shickley. The 26-54 loss ended a...

 

L-N volleyball falls in district play

The Lawrence-Nelson volleyball team knew they faced a challenge when they entered Class D-2 district play Saturday at Howells. The Raiders were the number 16 seed while the Howells-Dodge Jaguars were...

 

Zak Corman

Zak Gunner Corman, the son of Danny and Becky (Lanham) Corman, was born on August 3, 2005, in Hastings, Neb. He died October 24, 2022, rural Superior, Neb., at the age of 17 years, 2 months, 21 days....

 

Dixie McCollough

Dixie Lee McCollough went home to be with her Lord on October 24, 2022. She passed away peacefully at home after many years of valiantly battling colon cancer. She was 86 years old.  Dixie was born...

 

Joe Calder

Joseph "Joe" F. Calder, 87, of Lincoln, Neb., died Oct. 22, 2022. He was born on a farm near Hardy to Joseph J. and Tena (Jensby) Calder on June 13, 1935. Joe worked for many years as a civil engineer...

 

B-D-S advances in volleyball, football playoffs

The Bruning-Davenport-Shickley Eagles football and volleyball teams are having a successful post-season run. The fourth seeded football team advanced to the round of eight in the Class D2 football playoffs when they defeated number 13 seed...

 

Nuckolls Co Unofficial Election results

https://election.mips.me/election_files/Nuckolls/2022_General_unofficial_results.pdf...

 

JEWELL COUNTY, KS GENERAL ELECTION 11/08/22

JEWELL COUNTY, KS GENERAL ELECTION 11/08/22 U. S. SENATE - VOTE FOR 1 Mark R. Holland (DEM) VOTES 116 PERCENT OF VOTES 9.70 Jerry Moran (REP) VOTES 1,047 PERCENT OF VOTES 87.54 David C. Graham (LIB) VOTES 33 PERCENT OF VOTES 2.76 Write-In VOTES 0 -...

 

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