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Benefit concert to be held in Superior

A concert by Heidi and Kevin Cheng will be presented in the Superior City Park at 6 p.m., Sunday. A freewill offering will be taken to benefit Nuckolls County Minsterial Association in lieu of the Lenten breakfast that was cancelled because of COVID...

 

Wagner turns silverware into keepsakes

For most of us, reaching into our silverware drawer is a daily, routine activity that we hardly think about. But for Chandra Wagner, silverware is an outlet for creativity and joy. Owner of Riverside...

 

Hanson Scholarship program announced

The Dane G. Hansen Foundation will make scholarships available in four categories to students in 26 Northwest Kansas counties for the 2020-2021 academic year. Students from an accredited high school, registered independent, private or home school in...

 

L-N High School fall sports begin

There is no doubt that the 2020 Coronavirus, COVID-19, has changed a lot of society in these past five months. One of the biggest changes in America has been the impact on sports. From children playing small field baseball or softball to the...

 

Meet the Lawrence-Nelson Homecoming candidates

Blake Janda is the son of Phil and Michelle Janda, and brother to Kynslee, Connor and Samantha. He is involved in FFA, FBLA, student council, basketball and football. In his free time Blake enjoys...

 

Sunday, L-N students kick off homecoming week

Friday, Sept. 4, is Homecoming at Lawrence Nelson! Students at the middle and high school will kick off the week on Sunday by decorating the high school halls. However, the 60 grade students do not have to decorate on Sunday. They will be decorating...

 

Happy Feet program provides shoes for children

First of the year school shopping for most families means new shoes for the students. This year buying those shoes for daily use and physical education classes can be a hardship for some families. Superior’s Happy Feet program hopes to help those...

 

SOAR is here to help!

Do you or someone you know have a disability? Are you or your loved one experiencing homelessness or near homelessness? Are you struggling to find the right resources that can help you or your loved one obtain Supplemental Security Income or Social...

 

Reinke and CropX announce partnership

Reinke Manufacturing, a global leader in irrigation systems and technology, and CropX, a leading global agricultural analytics and soil sensing company, announced a partnership to empower growers with the world’s finest irrigation scheduling...

 

FBLA places eighth at national competition

The Rock Hills FBLA chapter earned a Top 10 placing at the virtual National FBLA Leadership Experience held in late June. Karrigan Dunstan wrote the 15-page report detailing the chapter's partnership...

 

Announces Hansen Scholarship recipients

The Dane G. Hansen Foundation will make scholarships available in four categories to students in 26 Northwest Kansas counties for the 2020-2021 academic year. Students from an accredited high school, registered independent, private or home school in...

 

Storm damage could attract illegal contractors

Derek Schmidt, Kansas Attorney General, is urging Jewell County residents to use caution to avoid scams by transient contractors following storm damage sustained by the community. “After a storm, our instinct is to clean up and make repairs as...

 

Evictions and foreclosures temporarily stopped

Governor Laura Kelly has signed Executive Orders 20-61 and 20-62 as part of her administration’s commitment to protecting Kansans’ health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Executive Order 20-61 temporarily prohibits initiating any mortgage...

 

Bloodmobile in Lawrence Aug. 21

Remember your “Save the Date” request of several weeks ago? Well, the date is almost here. The Red Cross Bloodmobile visit to Lawrence is this Friday, Aug. 21. They will be at the American Legion Hall from 12 noon to 6:30 p.m. You are asked to...

 

21 teams compete at the annual "Surf and Turf" tourney

Elk Creek Country Club, Nelson, hosted the first day of the “Surf and Turf” on Saturday, August 15, with 21 3-person teams participating. Following golf, they had a prime rib supper. Sixty-three golfers made their way to the Lawrence Country...

 

Final Ladies Night held

The final ladies night for the year was held at the Lawrence Country Club on Aug. 12, with eight women joining in on a beautiful evening. A scramble was played with Linda Kohmetscher and Dee Kohmetscher shooting a score of 35. A thank you was noted...

 

Deweese holds 42nd demo derby

Family members from Nebraska and Iowa were in Deweese this week to help with the 42nd annual Keith Hansen Memorial Demolition Derby which was held Sunday. Two of Hansen’s grandchildren entered the competition, Kiel Ploen of Schalier, Iowa, and his...

 

This week at Lawrence-Nelson Public Schools

Monday, Aug. 17, is teacher inservice from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Raider Boster club will hold a re-organization meeting from 6 to 6:25. Tuesday, Aug. 18, is the first day of school. Wednesday, Aug. 19, junior high sports practic begins. TVC executive...

 

Dog run in Lincoln Park to be removed

According to Scott Butler, Superior Parks supervisor, the Lincoln Park dog run will be removed in the near future. Years ago, the dog run was thought to be a good idea for dogs and dog owners to share time in Lincoln Park - a time for fresh air and...

 

Letter from Sen. Dave Murman

We are finishing up what has been an unconventional session. It is definitely different than anybody could have imagined when we convened in January. Thanks to COVID-19, Nebraskans have changed the way they live their lives. Whether it was the lockdo...

 

Friday evening Couples Golf continues

The Couples Summer Golf league met in Nelson at the Elk Creek Country Club for a relaxing fun night. This week everyone teed off from the ladies tee boxes and then played alternating shots. Golfers had the option to putt either hole.  This turned...

 

Saint named head coach for shooting program at Hastings

Michael Saint grew up just west of Jewell and graduated from Rock Hills High School with the Class of 2014. He is also a graduate of Fort Hays State University (FHSU) with both bachelor's and master's...

 

KDHE amends travel quarantine list

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) amended its travel quarantine list, removing the state of Florida and adding attendance at mass gatherings greater than 500 people. Additionally, those countries with a CDC Level 3 Travel Health...

 

Jewell Apartments Meeting

The Jewell Apartments Board of Directors met Monday, Aug. 3, at City Hall with Darrell Bohnert, Max Burks, Gaye Daniels, Derek Birdsell, Josh Burks, Bob Freeman and Kristie Blochlinger attending. The minutes of the July 6 meeting were approved as...

 

Brodstone Hospital employees donate record amount

Brodstone Memorial Hospital employees donated a record 8, 950 pounds to the Nuckolls County Food Pantry through the Can-Care-A-Van on Monday. A little friendly competition helps make donations swell....

 

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