Soup dinner planned

St. John the Baptist church, of rural Clearwater, will host its annual soup luncheon, Oct. 17 in the parish hall. Serving will begin at 10:30 a.m. and continue until 2 p.m. Taco, chicken noodle and...

Food pantry scheduled

The mobile food pantry, sponsored by the Neligh United Methodist Church, as well as various other churches, individuals and businesses in the area, will disperse food Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 3 to 5...

Omaha man sentenced more than two years afte conviction

Jackson L. Anderson Jr., 51, of Omaha faced the Honorable Donna Taylor in the Antelope County courtroom in Neligh, last Wednesday, for sentencing in a 2018 case. He was fined $300 and assessed $52...

Preliminary hearings set in felony assault cases

Haiden M. Sleister, 18, of Oakdale appeared in front of the Honorable Donna Taylor in the Antelope County courtroom in Neligh last Wednesday on a first-degree felony assault charge, alleged Sept. 23...

Judge takes plea in abatment under advisement

A Norfolk woman, who was bound over to Antelope County district court on a felony burglary charge is claiming there was not enough evidence to support the burglary charge. Antelope County public...

Habitual no show given one more chance

Matthew F. Brandt, 34, of Royal once again failed to appear in the Antelope County courtroom in Neligh for sentencing last Wednesday. Brandt was convicted, June 2, of leaving the scene of a...

Everything had to fall into place

Peter Turla, a NASA engineer and time management guru once wrote, "A plan is what, a schedule is when. It takes both a plan and a schedule to get things done." From the beginning of the Summerland...

Phone cooperative holds annual meeting

Northeast Nebraska Telephone Company officials held the 64th annual meeting of members and directors,Thursday, Sept. 16, at NNTC facilities in Jackson. One hundred thirty-one members of the NNTC...

SAM publisher honored by Nebrska Press Women

The publisher of one of the state's newest weekly newspapers has been named the Nebraska Press Women Communicator of Achievement, according to Ruth Brown, NPW COA director. LuAnn Schindler, who...

Take precautions during harvest

SUBMITTED ARTICLE Harvest is in full swing across Nebraska and the Nebraska State Patrol encourages all motorists to be aware of agriculture equipment traveling on roads throughout the state. "Agriculture producers across Nebraska are busy moving...

Summerland heads to Stuart for conference tournament play

The Bobcat volleyball team will begin conference play against CWC, Monday, Oct. 18. First serve is set for 6:15 p.m., at Stuart Public School. Summerland enters as the eighth seed, with an 8-13...

Bobcats plow through Bulldogs

Summerland relied on 20 first-quarter points and the running speed of Trevor Thomson to defeat Creighton, 50-6, in prep football action, Friday, in Creighton. Thomson, a 175-pound junior, recorded...

Kester earns medal in conference meet

In the first conference meet the junior high Bobcat cross country team competed in, one runner brought home a medal, Friday. Ethan Kester finished seventh in the boys' race, run Friday, at the...

Summerland defeats Lady Warriors

After dropping a 23-25 set to Neligh-Oakdale, the Bobcats roared back and added a win to their record, Thursday. Summerland won the last three sets, 25-17, 28-26 and 25- 12, in a match played in...

The scientist who swallowed the bacteria

In the last couple years, I have developed a renewed awe and appreciation of our scientists around the world who work for entire careers to advance science and medicine in their laboratories and...

Growth created by Microenterprise Tax Credit can boost local economies

From hair salons and restaurants to grocery and hardware stores, more than 80% of the state's entrepreneurs operate a microbusiness. Their hard work helps keep our community strong and our Main...

-Isms: Views on life in rural America

I will start by apologizing to my daughter Courtney. While I like the changing colors of fall and absolutely love football, I do not get excited about pumpkin spice everything. Sorry. I just can’t....

Steven Snider

Steven Snider 1952 - 2021 Steven Snider, 69, of Columbus, Nebraska, died Sept. 27, 2021, at the Columbus Community Hospital. Funeral services were held on Oct.1 at Peace Lutheran Church in Columbus. Rev. Cory Burma officiated. Private family...

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