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Superior, Nebraska
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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS __1 Thumday, Seolember 1, 2010 Area Happenings 11~ seventhanntud WebsterCounry SherifFs Office K-9 Unit hamburj~ fet~ will be held lithe P,d Cloud City P~rk Saturgay, Sept ]O at 5 p.m A $ I0,000 grant fmmlhe America's Farmers Grow Rural Ed~:ation Pro- gram, sponson~d by the Monsanto Fund, was awarded to the Bruning- Davenport USD The Fillmore Colmty School Board &~ckled against placing a issue for a new addition to Fillmore Central High School on this year's General election ballot+ Milo Day Curie Contest is sched- uk~ for..qatuntay,Sep~. I 0, al Carleum. Age Calegorics range from new born to 36 months with several age brack- ls. E~Lri~ can be sent to Lucinda Lunge, 2091 Road 5650, Carlmon, 68326. Them is a fee and a 5 x 7 or smaller i~hoto, the child's name and date of birth and parcnls names and addn:sses mu~t be included. The 34th annual Old Tm_xty Days are set for SaGur,~y and Sunday, Sept. 10 and I I, at the Clay Coumy Fair- grourah. Clay C.ent~. Voters in pans in the Fillmore Cen- tral school district will have one less thing to consider this November. The school board has decided against plac- ing a bond issue for an addition to the I~llmor Ce~ttral High School on the geneta['elecfion ballot. Dennis Uric, aRep~btic resident, is working ab~t six ho0rs a day main- raining a garden he is growing [rum open-pollinated sends, included me squa.~ h~ing grown from 8tXI year-old seeds oLmd in a clay pot. Uric will present a ix~gram on open-pollinated seeds slatting at 6 p.m, ttvJay KThurs- day) at his Republic home. Tge Express Policy The Express will publish engagement ar~nouncements, wedding photographs and accompanying intormation withoutcharge. W~ding pictu~,~ should be publLshed soon after the marriage ceremony. Dates wilt be omitted if more than six weeks a.[fer the wedding. A I though The Expre.~ does not c-ha rge [or publishing thepictuK~s and stories, they reserve the rig~M to gi vespace preference to couplt.~ who purchase their wedding invitations, prograrmg and other ~uppties from The E~,press Anniversary pictures arc published with a report after the observance. Picture.~ may b included in art invitation display ad r~ar the b~tom of the page. There isa 15~ent per word charge for inclusion in the "You're Invited" column ~m pase 3 Laformation ~e~eived in w riting by 4 p.m., Monday, is given preference for inclusion in that 'g t s week. paper. The Express resen',.'s the right to edit and condense all copy submitted. i i Longtime Superior residents. Mr. ,rod Mrs. DamP, J Hiaeq am moving to Legacy Ten-ace, an assisted lie lag com- pk:x in Linco(n.'l'keir daughter, Carla Hiatt, is lb f~ility's activities din~- tor. Scott and Mindy Condray and Attorney's Title Company have pur- chased Lhe Chapman-Hyland Absffal Company. The l~elleville cutup,roy's name will be changed to Republic Courtly Title Company. Asllm first steptoward Lhe possible eoush'ruction of a tO0 megawatt wind farm. the Jefferson County Commis- sioners have approved the installation of a meteorological lower to gather information on the feasibility of the proposed 50-tower wind farm. The tower may be used from four 1o nine years Recently several Thayer County families got together to convert 480 pound~ of cabbage into sauerkraut, Helping with theproject were Jon.Jay, Shar~rt and ReArm Chapman. J'ohn and Ethan Fangmeier, Doug ,and Earl Hillman, Chris Davis, Nat