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Meal program funding will end before fall term

Meals are available to children through the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), a U.S. Department of Agriculture program. A number of camps and programs are also offering free meals to those children who are enrolled. Text “FOOD” or “COMIDA...

 

Nuckolls Co. Board awards culvert bids

The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met at the county courthouse in Nelson Tuesday. The meeting was held Tuesday because of Monday’s Juneteenth holiday. The board approved claims from county departments. Bids were opened for steel tubes to...

 

Come one, come all to the county fair!

2022 Jewell County Fair, with the theme Country Pride County Wide, starts Friday, July 8, with the horse show at 8 a.m., poultry and rabbit show begins at 12:30 p.m., and the pet show following. The Adventure Lab, a learning activity, will be from 4...

 

Jewell County Historical Museum begins renovation

On Monday, the Jewell County Historical Society began renovation of their museum, along with help from Jewell County Community Development. The project is funded by grants from the Dane G. Hansen Foundation and is many years in the making. The focus...

 

Sheriff's Stats

Sheriff’s Stats for June 6 through 12 For the week of June 6 through 12, the Jewell County Sheriff’s office reports there were 21 9-1-1 calls, two accidents, one animal call, one arrest, one battery, three civil paper services, four controlled...

 

Father Harrison moves to Roseland

Rev. Corey Harrison has been pastor of the three Catholic parishes in northwest Nuckolls County and southern Clay County. Father Harrison is one of 30 some priests in the Lincoln diocese who received...

 

Nuckolls Co. had only hybrid school

In 1954 Nuckolls County had the ony combination parochial and public school in Nebrska. It was located in the St. Stephens church south Lawrence. The four lower grades were parocial with 35 pupils and Ileen Kathman as teacher. The upper four grades...

 

Nelson Community Club Fun Day Events

Nelson Community Club Fun Day Events on July 3 & 4 Sunday, July 3, will be the day to be at Nelson's City Park. All the usual events from past years will return with the addition of a horseshoes tournament taking place at 1. Work has been done...

 

Get ready for the Nuckolls County Fair

The 147th annual Nuckolls County fair is scheduled for early July. 4-H and open class exhibits are to be checked in Thursday, July 7. Friday, July 8, they will be judged. Saturday, July 9, the 4-H horse show opens at 8 a.m. and generally takes most o...

 

Superior Schools acting to block cyber attacks

Change – the word seemed to be a common theme of many of the topics discussed at the Superior Board of Education meeting Monday evening. All members of the board were present for the meeting except Peggy Meyer. Routine business included approving...

 

Weather Service tracks tornado over Ruskin

We said in last week's paper that the week's real weather story would be written after the paper was printed. Unfortunately, that was true. Tuesday and Saturday both brought some rough weather....

 

Tornado hits farms

Last Tuesday evening the Nebraska Weather Bureau issued a tornado warning when a radar indicated rotation over Ruskin. "My heart sank when I heard it!" Ryan Mikkelsen, a Ruskin area farmer, said....

 

Teen injured

A Jewell County teenager was injured just before 12:30 p.m. Thurday when his 2000 Nissan Frontier left Highway 14 and rolled over. Kyler J. Burks, 16, of Jewell was northbound on Highway 14 about 4 miles south of Jewell when the accident happened....

 

Jewell Community Center received local grant

The Jewell City Council met in regular session last Monday. Those in attendance were Darrell Bohnert, mayor; Josh Burks, Max Burks, Gaye Daniels, Bob Freeman, council members; and Kristie Anderson,...

 

Community Club members to pick up trash along Highway 14

Last Tuesday, sixteen volunteers worked with Community Club members to pick up trash along Highway 14. Volunteers included, not in any particular order, Kady and Logan Schnitker, and son Jacobi,...

 

Keenagers met in May

The Kennagers’ casserole dinners went over well for the 20 Keenagers and four workers who were in attendance. The birthday person was Connie Reiman.  Door prizes went to Dolores Kucera, canister; Rita Mazour, applesauce; Kathy Riscling, solar...

 

Officers find bank robber outside bank

It reads like one of those too strange to be real stories that we used to watch on television. But it happened Monday in nearby Smith County, Kansas. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) and the...

 

Weather adding spice to life in the Heartland

Weather-wise it has been an unsettled week with thunderstorms in the forecast nearly every day. However much of this newspaper’s circulation area is still waiting for needed rain. Through Tuesday morning, the storms were mostly blustery. The wind b...

 

Nuckolls Co. board hires local wildlife control team

The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met at the county courthouse in Nelson Monday. Kenny Rempe was an excused absence. The board approved a contract with Jared Fullerton and Ronald Fryda to serve as Nuckolls County Wildlife specialists to...

 

Reported explosion at Sedan elevator

There are unconfirmed reports of an explosion, with no injuries, at the Aurora Co-op Sedan elevator Thursday. An Aurora Co-op spokesperson answered with a “no comment” reply when a query was made....

 

Vacant lot wedding

Late Saturday afternoon, guests gathered for the wedding of Jerett Roesti and Samantha Jeffs at the vacant lot directly west of the Superior Auditorium. Shade was a popular commodity, as the outdoor...

 

Superior Municipal Swimming Pool, officially open Friday

Xaiden Fixemer (foreground) lined up with others as they anticipate the opening of the Superior Municipal Swimmimg Pool, Friday, as the pool officially opened for the season. The state health...

 
 By Kerma Crouse    News    June 9, 2022

Jacob Burks, new businessman in Jewell

Jacob Burks has joined his father, Josh Burks, at the Citizens State Agency of Jewell. A third-generation employee, Jacob is a recent graduate of Cloud County Community College with an associate's...

 

County awarded $20,000 towards fire department radios

The Jewell County Commissioners met Tuesday, May 31. Commissioners Steve Greene, Brent Beck, and Keith Roe were present. Carla J. Waugh, county clerk, was present for the meeting. The following were present for office head meeting; Alexandria...

 

Garage buliding demolished

A Mankato landmark has in recent days yielded to to the crushing blows of an excavator, but as its fell current and former residents of the community shared their memories of the building on this...

 

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