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School board approves maintaining three principal positions

Five instructors in the Summerland district have indicated they will participate in the early retirement incentive program. The announcement was made Monday, in Ewing, during a special meeting, which...

 

School board hears scheduling options

Potential class options, and the implications of each, were presented to Summerland Board of Education members, Nov. 9, during the board's regular meeting in Ewing. Kendra Shrader,...

 

Gobble til you Wobble

Third-grade students at Summerland Public School were asked what they would serve for Thanksgiving dinner if they were the host or how they would cook a turkey. Their responses appear, in original for...

 

Community Events Calendar

Submit an Event Thursday, November 12 Bobcat Junior High Wrestling Bobcat Junior High Wrestling, 6 p.m., Neligh-Oakdale Friday, November 13 Pancake and Sausage Supper Royal Fire Department, pancake and sausage supper, 5 - 7:30 p.m., Royal Auditorium...

 

Martin resigns as Summerland superintendent

Summerland Public School will search for a new leader after superintendent Dale Martin announced he is leaving the district. Martin shared his decision with staff members, via email, Monday, after an...

 

Every day is Veterans Day

A symbol of warmth and kindness a quilt, especially when placed around an individual, demonstrates honor and respect. Nine veterans were recipients of honor quilts, which were presented during a...

 

Special meeting scheduled Monday

Summerland School Board of Education will hold a special meeting, Monday, Nov. 23, at 3 p.m. at the Ewing site. Agenda items include review, consideration and action on four items: early retirement...

 

Blood drive planned in Ewing

Summerland - Ewing FBLA will host a blood drive, Nov. 24, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the village hall. Contact Patty Sukup at 402-626-7325 to schedule an appointment or visit...

 

Check out the Sidebar

A leap of faith and a desire to meet community needs has led to a new business opening on Clearwater's Main Street. The Sidebar, a mix of handmade crafts and locally produced items, fills a spot in...

 

Solo Event

Lenora Kester, an eighth-grade student at Summerland Public School, has been selected by the Nebraska School Activities Association, to sing the National Anthem for the Class B baseball championship...

 

Junior high grapplers' season off to successful start

Summerland junior high Bobcat wrestlers started the season with a meet in Battle Creek. On Nov. 7, three girls and 10 boys earned hardware. In the girls under 100-pound category, Lenora Kester earned...

 

Share Christmas wish lists with Santa

Clearwater, Ewing, Orchard, Royal and Page children wanting to share Christmas wish lists with Santa have an opportunity to do so. Ewing information technology application classes are acting as...

 

School board tables administration staffing vote

After listening to public input on potential administrative staffing and engaging in an executive session which lasted approximately two hours, Summerland Board of Education President Ed Nordby announ...

 

Top tips for fire safety

Summerland - Orchard students visited the Orchard Fire Department, Thursday, to learn fire safety techniques, like stop, drop and roll. Fire department member Colton Hahn said this year's prevention...

 

Six Lady Bobcats earn post-season honors

Avery Cheatum and Brenna Wagner were two of 12 players selected for first-team honors by the Niobrara Valley Conference. Selections for first- and second-team choices, as well as honorable mention nods, were announced Monday, by conference...

 

Season ends for Lady Cats

Summerland's volleyball season ended abruptly, Tuesday, as EPPJ defeated the Bobcats, 3-1, in the Class 1-5 subdistrict, in Orchard. The Lady Wolfpack won, 25-17, 25-21, 13-25 and...

 

Notice of Meeting Summerland Public School Board of Education

NOTICE OF MEETING SUMMERLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Summerland Public School Board of Education will hold a regular meeting, Monday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m., at Summerland Public School at Ewing and will be open...

 

Multi-vehicle accident reported at county road intersection

A multi-vehicle accident, involving an Antelope County motor grader and a tractor-trailer, owned by Spud Trucking, LLC, of Clearwater, occurred Wednesday at the intersection of 512 Avenue and...

 
 By Mark Mahoney    News    October 29, 2020

Through the storm and the rain ... I'm a survivor

Misty Nilson is of the opinion that women should take their breast cancer screenings seriously, especially if they have a family history of the disease. The 54-year-old Ewing woman has been free of...

 

Star Spangled Salute

Avery Cheatum, a senior at Summerland - Orchard has been selected to sing the National Anthem at the NSAA State Volleyball Tournament game, Thursday, Nov. 5, at 9 a.m., at Pinnacle Bank Arena, in...

 

Bobcats earn NVC runner-up trophy

The Bobcat volleyball team saw an early lead evaporate in the first set of the conference championship match, against CWC, Friday, and could never rebound, falling 20-25, 24-26 and 14-25. Brenna...

 

Picking up the pace Wickersham, Thiele compete in state meet

Last leg • (below): Kaci Wickersham keeps pace with two other runners in the girls' class D cross country meet, at the Kearney Country Club. The Summerland senior finished 37th, running the course...

 

Lady Bobcats advance to conference semi-final

The Lady Bobcats downed Neligh-Oakdale, Monday, during the second round of the Niobrara Valley Conference volleyball tournament. Summerland swept the Lady Warriors, 25-16, 25-10 and 25-14, in a...

 

Break, training announced

Summerland School students will not be in school Friday, Oct. 23. Fall break is scheduled for the day. Classes will resume at the normal time, Monday, Oct. 26. On Wednesday, Oct. 28, classes will not...

 

Music master

Hadley Cheatum, a sophomore at Summerland-Orchard, has been selected for the 2020 All-State Choir. Eligible students are selected by the school's music director and must currently be enrolled in the...

 

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