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Teams pull wagons through Candy Cane Lane

Two teams of horses arrived in Superior more than an hour before Candy Cane Lane's first hayrack rides of the season, Friday evening. The teams are perhaps some of the best trained teams in Nebraska....

 

Candy Cane Lane reopens after brief electrical problems

Candy Cane Lane had a great opening Friday night. As expected the park was a popular place to be with not only the light show but the Scout Cabin was open and serving hot chili, hot dogs, hot chocolate, coffee, S’Mores and other goodies. As usual...

 

Soft opening of Mammoth Exhibit at JC Museum

As part of the Christmas in Mankato festivities on Saturday, the Jewell County Historical Museum hosted a soft opening of the nearly-completed Columbian Mammoth exhibit with more than 95 people in...

 
 By Ron Wilson    News    December 1, 2022 

Zoltenkos featured in Kansas Profiles

Ron Wilson Huck Boyd Institute for Rural Developement “We deliver the male.” No, I’m not referring to the U.S. Postal Service. In this case, it refers to a business that delivers selected male genetics to pork production operations across the...

 

Brodstone Healthcare receives Performance Award

As part of the National Rural Health Day celebration in mid-November, Brodstone Healthcare announced it has been recognized with a 2022 Performance Leadership Award for excellence in the areas of quality and patient perspective. Compiled by The...

 

DR. Blecha receives Koefoot Award

On Nov.11, Timothy Blecha, MD, of Superior, Nebraska, was recognized by the University of Nebraska Medical Center Department of Family Medicine as the 2022 recipient of the Marion D. and Theodore H....

 

Four County Fire recoverycontinues a year later

Stephanie Dickerson spent an “eternity” on Dec. 15, 2021, huddled with her husband, son, a neighbor and a hired hand in the cab of a pickup truck as a wildfire made the doors too hot to touch. It didn’t matter that they were parked in the...

 

Commissioners hear request for pay raise

The Jewell County Commissioners met Nov. 21, with Commissioners Steve Greene, Brent Beck, and Keith Roe present. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk, and Ed Duskie, commissioner elect joined the meeting.  Carla Waugh said Travis Garst, solid waste...

 

Knights of Columbus make charitable donations

The St. Stephen Council 1906, Knights of Columbus started out the 2022 Christmas season with a couple of charitable donations. The Council took action during their November meeting. One donation was made to the ‘Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat...

 

High COVID levels in area prompt MLH visitor policy change

Because of high community transmission levels of COVID-19, Mary Lanning Healthcare is changing its visitor policies to meet with Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. The South Heartland District Health Department on Friday released the new...

 

County places order for new backhoe

The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met at the county courthouse in Nelson, Monday. All three commissioners were present. The county road department asked the board that their request for three stop sign locations be approved. The board is...

 

Express wants to share more stories

If you have news or events you want area residents to know about or an article written, please tell us.  If you are only using social media, please don’t expect us to retrieve your news from there every time.  We do not have enough time or...

 

Correction

There is an error in the coupon insert distributed this week with The Superior Express newspaper, The Superior Ace Hardware coupon is valid only on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 25 and Nov. 26, not Nov. 25 and Jan. 26 as printed. The coupons offer a...

 

Mundt directs Rock Hills STEM program

Rachel Mundt, the new Rock Hills STEM teacher for kindergarten through fifth grade, has lived in Formoso since August 5. STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics, is a new program for the elementary school. Mundt...

 

Elementary students watch movie in pjs with snacks as reward

President Kenny Mizner called the regular meeting of the Board of Education for USD No. 107 to order Nov. 14. Those present were Kenny Mizner, Marc Grout (via Zoom), Brandon Hollerich, Wayne Frost, Bobi Fogo, Brenden Wirth, Justin Angleton, Rex Boley...

 

Challenge grants met, Auditorium has another $100,000 for improvements

With Thanksgiving here and Christmas following right behind, the Superior Auditorium-Community Center has plenty to celebrate with planned events and a big announcement! The volunteer group working...

 

Jewell Co. Dept. receives donation

The Jewell County Commissioners met Nov. 7, with Commissioners Steve Greene and Brent Beck were present. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk, was present for the meeting. Glen Anthony Wyatt made a donation of $20,000 to the sheriff’s department and...

 

Nelson Community held Thanksgiving Dinner

Tuesday, Nov. 15, found approximately 50 people congregating at the Nelson Community Center to enjoy fellowship and good food. The dinner was open to everyone. The turkey, dressing, potatoes and gravy, rolls and drinks were furnished by the Senior...

 
 By Jason Tulles    News    November 24, 2022

Community improvement ideas may be a phone call away

Is there a community you see that is doing something well? Perhaps you wished your community was able to copy their success? Maybe you can. There are some communities that have a track record of success. Maybe they have had success in attracting new...

 

Visitor ages temporarily changed at Mary Lanning

Because of the high numbers of respiratory illness among children in the area, Mary Lanning Healthcare is temporarily changing age restrictions for some visitors. Visitors now must be 14 years or older. The temporary restriction is being put into...

 

Superior no longer supporting Sixth Street walking route

Superior’s Sixth Street walking lane connecting the schools and the community’s two largest parks is no more. The six members of the Superior City Council Monday evening voted unanimously to stop maintaining the walking path that was instigated...

 

Superior schools evaluating students' cell phone policies

Cell phone usage in the middle school and senior high dominated nearly an hour of discussion Monday night at the November Superior Board of Education meeting. Supt. Kobza read selected portions from a journal he had received earlier in the day. In...

 

Auditorium program honors veterans

The Superior Auditorium Community Center hosted an Inaugural Veterans Day program and lunch Friday in observance of the holiday formerly known as Armistice Day. Armistice Day was observed to mark the...

 

Airport using new drive, parking lot

The Superior Airport Authority held their monthly meeting at the airport, Monday. Work is nearing completion on the latest infrastructure project at the airport. The new concrete parking lot is now in use. The driveway to the airport office from...

 

Historical society accepts truck, tractor donations

The directors of Nuckolls County Historical Society held their monthly meeting in Pioneer Hall at the museum, Monday. Marlan and Susan Watson donated a 1938 John Deere Model B steel wheel tractor and...

 

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