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2A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS l'hurslay. No, ember 26, 2015 mill A Happ ings Superior'sthirdgradestudentsvesteySenlor 'ea tour Superior Publishing Co. Meals Program Superior'~ thild grade students Father Hupp Wild l ife Managemenl Area,. l~'ated near Beaning. is closed Imcause o[ the presence of.',;ix, endan- ge~r.I whooping c~ane~. Tile South CertlrilL Nebraska Uni- fied School Dt.%trh.t 5 h~ard agreed to reunify the who,ll dlslricts of Lawrence-Nel~oil aiid Sandy Creek through May 3U. 2024 Scandia is holding tt'~ Christmas Lighting Sitttlrda~. ]here will a be a par~t'ake dinner and a lighted pttrade. F:vcnt.s I~gin al 5 p.m. Cuba's Hometown Christmas is Saturday. The State of Kansas has awarded Republk," County ano~er $25,000 in ta~ credit~ to award to qualified donors in exchange lee funds to l~lp grow an economic developmen t re eel v ir~g loan fund, Superior Bowl League Standings Men',, I~:agues Resull~ Week 8 oi24 11/102015 In.p..~.~nal Lea~e ~ ~_t Pet Su~00r Insurance 21 tl 66 Bouble G Collie 16 12 57 C & M Suoply 14 18 44 stop near Bruntng; cloee wtld] ama Father Hupp Wil,.tlife Managerne at Area (WMAi remains temporarily closed because el the presel~ of six endangmred whoopingcranes. The clo- sure will bit lil'toJ once thcranes have left the area. according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Coininission, Father Hupp WMA is located 21/2 miles wesl ~f Brunin~ in "rhaycr County. The closme is a standard procedure fer the t~mmission once whooping crones arc confirmed an a property owned ~r managed by the agency, Whooping cranes am an endangered species imd their wild population to- tals only about AX) individuals. Wlt~Ol',- ing cranes are protected by both the federal Endangen.'d Species Act and the Nebraska Nongzor~e and Endan- gered Species Cun~reatitm Art Pen- alties fi~r killing, possessing, or harass- ing whooping cranes or other species Supedor Masonic Lo~jo 0 121 presented Supenor Archery Club with a $200 ck~nalion. Rhonda Myers accepted the check at the Masonic Lodge holiday supper on Sunday. Nov. 15. from Jason Jonson, master of the Supedor Masonic Lodge. Superior to participate in Shop Small Business event Sul',eaor business firr~ will ioin with their counlerp~xls across the no- don to again PartLcipate in the national Shop Small Business Saturday even[ to be held this Satl.~day. As partieipanls lathe nat)oriole v~ni, Superior men,'ha~ts and this newspa- per~me d islributing coupons which may be redeemed on Saturday. Adverti~ments throughout this newspaper feature many of the special values and items It[at can be found in Superior this holiday season. Last week's E~press contained an i~rl featuring values thatcanbe found ill Superior on Friday, A sr~ciat page in this isstle lists many of the Slg~ial activities planned for Superior this holiday 5easom Wc suggest you save the page as you may want to i'efcr tu it the weeks before Chnstmas Candy Cane Lane opens Friday night in Lincoln Park. Volunk~ers will have tim lighted tier have added a storage building near the p~k department's ran)ale- nance building_ ']'he building was erected Monday, Approximately hat[" of the stearin.re will be used to store park department equipment and the other half will be used to store Caredy Cane Lane supplies. Because city ordinances do not per- mit the use ul' semitrailers as slorage trailers, the trailers which have previ- ously been used to stem Candy Cane equipmenl will be parked ontside of the city broils, Hayrides through the displays will be available four evenings between 6 and 9 p.m. The rides will depart lh Scout Cabin between the hours of 6 and 9 p,m, on Friday and Saturday Of this we~k and the hem Iwo Fridays, Dec. 4 arid I ]. Refreshment~ u[ chili, hotdogs, hot chocolate and hot apple cider will be available Ihose evenin~ in the Scout Cabin. There will be a fire in the open fireplace for the masting of toured The Superior Express newspa- p~ and printing shop. ']'hey sent cinquair poelry and free prose as an explssion of their xperienqe. ']'he Superior Express: loud, busy. writing, lyping, folding hard working lin:d people newspaper. By KyteBaird The Express Paper: shipping all day long, Machines loud -.ld noisy, R- .'~an.'hing i~r thcts tul th-e paper. It looks like a fun place to ,~ork! News- paper, busy, noisy, t).pil);, printing, folding, Relx~nin~ all the news paper. B), Halle Bargcn S uperior Express: h tree, busy~ writ- inn. typing, cutting ninny ~t~ng brave workers. Newspaper. Chloe Bren~man The Superior Express: Busy, im- niche. Pointing, ~.,,r~arching,shipping, Toiling hard as ants. Information, In- formative Supexior Express. Menus, T-shirts, posters, booklets, Busy, Noisy, crusaded, brave. What 1~ can you guys doeveryday? Failh B~tlcr Newspaper: Massi re, noisy, w iting, typing, stamping. Busy as a bee. The Superior Express, Dylan Edwards Printing Shop: Old, crowded, de- signing, steaming, healing, tiny mag- nets, gianl posters, scn,x'n prinlintL Gray~n Gemeiner Newspaper; Clultered. active, re- searching, printing, pr~)liitg.cr~wded place in wor~. ]nfolTaatlon, Andrew Gcnung Screen lNinling Shop: Busy, bi~. designing, creating, priiit ing. atna/ing how iCs made'l'-shirts. By)'our fticnd. Jada R. Hemiou T-shirts: Colorful, wonderful~ De- signiag, prinling, selling. Creating shirtstu adveni~Clolhing. B).'freylpn Kcrb Newspaper:c luReied,o M Research- iitg+ pn,n)fing, Iblding Informing for the public The Superior Express, Marcus Martin The ~Superiur Express: Brave. busy Ty ping, writing, folding [:or tho~e who purchase newspaper. By Thulnas Mathis The Superior I,:~.pre.s~: Newspapers newspapers all axound Brave people w~lrk 1here eyeD, day. Slgiis and posl- er~ are being made, Magnel~ ina~netr, stick tu metal. Grain liekels are being printed. Booklets for people to v, rtte tin, "]'-shins are being designed aiid ing. prt~fing, shipping Breath laking ctntinlurdcatitm network Informaltozi. Tatum Sallivan "f3re Superior Express: Active. noi ~)' printing, folding, cutting To make a newspaper Newspaper. By Carsyn Froster Information: Busy, loud S~utl'ing, reporting, telling The local weekly news Newspaper, By Ca)den Smullins "['lie Supedor Expr~s: Busy, noisy Typing. pdn0ng, shipping Reporters research evezyday new,~paper. By Preston Morris Newspaper: Noisy, huge Writing, printing, telling workers Wrapping paper togeiher Flyer, By Ray .~ordan Flye[: Big, old Printing+ reading telling M=y wgff~ers stacking papers Ads, By Kayd~ Sheely Newspaper: Noisy, elulte~d Wril- ing ~0m munication, skipping wokers busy making ~wspal'~rs The Su[x.'- rior F_.xprcss, Braylen Fielder The S uperior Express: Active. busy Folding+ c~tting slurring Prating infor- mation in newspapers "~e Superior PublishiugCompany. By Rayne Biltoll New~paper: Old, noisy Writing. fnlding, curling workers pnmfin~ the news Information, By Rion Barry 'rhc SuperiqrExpress: Active, thud Folding, pasting, shipping Mak+n~ newspapers is filn Newspalx'r By Safiya 'fhomp~on The Superior Express: Old. active Writing. designing, re,arching Tout- ing the Superior Express. Community. By Edward Ray Whitlow Information: Active, crowded Cut- ling. pasting, shipping From the News- pal~.r Office Flyer, By Co~)per Hen- jamin The Superior Publishing Company: Noisy. active Pnnlfing, cutting, fold, tag Eveu,'body is always bo_~y The Superior Expness. By Mia G;u'dner The Superior Express: Busy. brave Stnlflng. cutting, folding As husy as bees New~paper, By Leziden Woml Flyer, Briny. color|nl Writing, read- iag. repovtia~ Ctad inftm)lafion aboul Suwri~r Newspaper. By P~'r Littrell Nt,~,paper: Bus), noisy WriUiig. cutting, pa~linl~ Ncw,~paper is hard Wlltk "}'1'i~ StlIll.'rlt*r |'~XlXCS,~. By Kendal |l re il I'lrdll)~l It i-~,hl|l,, i,.irge, crov, dcd l")e~,igii- rag. prinling, Inkmg('hnlnl ~ orks ~,D hard Scrc.-c~i I~'mlii)g ~,htlp By I~e~ion M~rrl~ T 5kirh,: Bnsy. dark Placing. iuk- Ing+ pressing Screens tra Ihe shlrls Screen Priming shop, By Cooper Ben- jan)in Se~en Ih'iniing Shop; C[utlered. crowded Crealing, inkiug, pte~;~ing Workers husy printing shifts T-Shirts. By Rayr~,e Bi~ttrl't Screen Printing Shop: Aclive+ old Designing. inking, ironing making T- shirts for every body Signs. By Miit Gardner ScreenPrmling Shup Dark. incs~) In killg, CUll) ng, foldill~ pf,il in~ ~)l))e- lhing every day ]'.Shirt. By Lendel) Worm ~l-~n lh-inlilzg St)up_" BtL~y, loud Designing, inking, ironing making shins on m,~,hi m:-~ T- S hirt, ByCaiden Smullins n,im Speclall Every Oay Periodical Postage Paid at Superior, Neb. 68978 Bill Btauvelt ................................ Publisher Subscription Rates, pnyablc in advance: Oae year in Nebraska .......................... $27.00 One year in Kansas .............................. $28.50 tlnetudes safos tax of area where being de]ivercd) Elsewhere in United States ................. $38.00 To Our Readers We welcome the submission of information and p}ctums for in this newspaper, Please submit tn'dy informafitm and you have the right lo permil lhe newspaper to use publish. All submissions require the name and address of the submitth~g. A]l pholographs submitted 1o 1he newspaper may be published, ttsed anddistributed in prinl of electronic editions of the rtew.=ipit~r, Thank you ~or your c~Ol:n.,rafion. Published every Thu-w, day by Superior Publiahing Company, lne~ 148 E~mt Third Street, PO Ilox 408, Sub, fit,r. Nehrasku 68978 F:-mail: L~'e~upL.rlvr he.oral St,ire'tad I~l'LiOns ol'the newLg-paper avullllbte on the wi, h at i;ul~rlorne,eom Postmaster: Send address c/ian~,s to: The Superior Expn~,~s PO Bt~x" 40~. 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