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$2,500 grant given to the Chester Community Club

The Chester Community Club was the recipient of a $2,500 "Grow Communities" grant awarded by Bayer. Each year eligible farmers can enroll for a chance to help a rural nonprofit organization with an...

 

Board games hit the mark for the holidays

It seemed like such a simple idea, with a modest beginning. On May 22, 2010, Liz Brunscheen-Cartagena invited members of the community and their families over to the Sedgwick County extension office to play a few board games. It was, she thought, a w...

 

Quiet in the Library

Crystal Fullerton has been the librarian at the Mankato City Library since 2016. She will have been at the library for five years January 2021. Fullerton is a native resident of Mankato and graduated...

 

Esbon children are the future

We've been told children are the future. It is true, as adults it's our responsibility to ensure we are teaching them to be good people. I've personally heard people talk about the upcoming generation...

 

L-N Dance team members are selected virtually

The Lawrence- Nelson Raiderettes Dance Team concluded their virtual try-outs at the beginning of November. Team members were chosen based on their scores performing several basic dance fundamentals...

 

Going - Teacher of the Quarter at SHS

Seth Going, ag education instructor at SHS, was recognized as "Teacher of the Quarter" for the fourth quarter at the Superior Public Schools Board of Education meeting Monday evening. Generally,...

 

SVFD sponsors poster contest

Members of the Superior Fire Department sponsored a poster contest during fire prevention week for kindergarten through third grade students. Other activities this year were restricted because of COVID-19. Winners of the poster contest were as...

 

School's Social Studies lines up with state mandate

The Superior Board of Education American Civics Committee meet in public meeting at 7:15 p.m., Monday evening for the purpose of hearing support, position, criticism, suggestions or observations of patrons relating to the activities of the...

 

Get stronger and have fun doing it

"I know Extension is a valuable resource, so when this strength class came open, (I thought) I need this," said Barb Wise, Stay Strong, Stay Healthy participant. Stay Strong, Stay Healthy is an...

 

Davis hired as new assistant Mankato city office manager

After the promotion of the last office assistant, the City of Mankato hired Alan Davis to fill the position. Davis has worked in various office positions throughout his life, giving him approximately...

 

Remember the Red Cross Blood Drive is Friday at Nelson

Red Cross Blood Drive this Friday. at the Nelson City Auditorium.  If you have to cancel let Sally Uhrmacher know so she can schedule someone else....

 

Lawrence community sees increase in hospitalizations

The COVID-19 pandemic rages on throughout the United States. The recent increase in numbers of people with the virus has spilled over from the cities into the rural areas as well. The most recent numbers (Nov. 11, 2020) for the local four-county...

 

Esbon sponsors pumpkin decorating and carving party

Esbon's first Halloween pumpkin decorating and carving party was held Friday, at the Esbon Community Center. Jewell County children, parents and adults enjoyed this after participating in the Trunk...

 

Post Rock Extension District 2021 wheat demonstration plots

Thanks to producers in the Post Rock Extension District for serving as cooperators for the 2021 wheat demonstration plots, the district will have five wheat demonstration plots, one in each of the cou...

 

Mankato city council will hold special meeting today at 6

A special meeting of the Mankato City Council had been called for 6 p.m. today (Thursday). The council will receive and review the 2019 audit as presented by the city’s accounting firm....

 

Bloodmobile to visit Nelson Nov. 13

The Red Cross Blood Mobile will be coming to Nelson in just two weeks,  from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, Nov. 13. Regular blood donors can donate every eight weeks or 56 days. It was exactly eight weeks ago when the Red Cross was in Nelson. For an...

 

Brodstone Hospital notes from the desk of the CEO

To say that 2020 has been interesting is an understatement. Our communities have experienced many highs and lows throughout the year and here at Brodstone we have experienced the same. To start the...

 

Say 'Boo' to COVID-19: Celebrate Halloween safely

According to local health officials, Halloween doesn’t need to be cancelled during COVID-19, but there are some safety precautions everyone should know about and put in place. “Halloween activities can be celebrated safely,” said Michele...

 

Friendly conversations at Hair and More

Pam Dunstan and Haley Nelson, the hair stylists at Hair and More in Mankato, are willing to have some friendly conversation with you as they style your hair. Dunstan and Nelson met when Nelson would...

 

National Family Literacy Day

Sunday is the 27th annual National Family Literacy Day! The day was designated in 1994 by a joint resolution of the 103rd Congress of the United States. Celebrated every year since, the event kicks...

 

Richardson honored with NSDAR community service award

Friday afternoon, at the beginning of the Hesperian Historical Society meeting, Steve Richardson, Cawker City, was awarded a community service award by members of the Desire Tobey Sears Chapter,...

 

Daughters of the American Revolution meet in Jewell

The October meeting of the Desire Tobey Sears Chapter, NSDAR was called to order by Regent Becky Craig, Munden on the evening of Monday, Oct. 19, at the Trinity United Methodist Church Jewell. Haley Popelka, Belleville, led the nine members in the...

 

Nelson neighbors helping neighbors

Neighbors helping neighbors is what rural community is all about. After an accident left Barry Melvin of Nelson hospitalized on Sept. 8 - right before fall harvest - friends, family and neighbors did...

 

Good Samaritan staff participates in 'Pie in the Face' Contest

A "Pie In The Face" contest was held Friday at Good Samaritan Society's Superior Center. Nine glass jars with a department supervisor's name on each were used. Money was donated by staff in the jars...

 

Governor honors Bigfoot Museum

While we suspect some local residents don’t take the idea of a Bigfoot museum and research center seriously, the facility in Hastings is being recognized. The Bigfoot Crossroads of America Museum and Research Center located at 1205 E. 42nd Street...

 

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