Schuyler football fell to Lakeview Friday night 60-0. The Warriors suffered their fourth shutout loss of the season as it recorded just 28 yards of total offense.
CLARKSON - Schuyler volleyball suffered a straight-set loss to Class C-2 No. 8 Clarkson/Leigh 12-25, 10-25, 14-25. The Patriots finished the game with 37 kills, seven aces and 44 digs.
COLUMBUS - Schuyler softball concluded the regular season Thursday, falling to Lexington 11-0 in four innings in the Central Conference Tournament at Bradshaw Park in Columbus.
After almost a year and a half, Bank of the Valley is finally open in Schuyler. Being the third bank represented in Schuyler, employees are excited to see what they can bring to Schuyler and the growing north end of town.
As previously reported in July, the City of Schuyler has been in talks with Nebraska artist Oria Simonini about a mural for the community.
In the four days leading up to Schuyler Central High School's homecoming on Sept. 9, students participated in a variety of lighthearted fun activities and Spirit Week themes.
Editor's note: Leaders of Tomorrow is a new series in which The Schuyler Sun features youths in the Colfax County community who lead by example and make a positive impact on those around them. It will be published every other week.
Class C-2 No. 8 Clarkson/Leigh and Class D-2 No. 2 Howells-Dodge each recorded perfect scorecards last week.
Clarkson/Leigh earned its second shutout win of the season Friday, defeating Twin River 52-0.
Schuyler football was shut out for the third time this season Friday at Douglas County West. The Falcons won the game 41-0 as the Warriors have yet to score a point on the road.
NORTH BEND - The Schuyler boys cross country team won its second meet of the season Thursday at the North Bend Invite at North Bend Golf Course in North Bend.
The Nebraska Association of School Boards (NASB), Board of Directors and staff, recognized the 2022 Award of Achievement recipients during the Norfolk Area Meeting in late August.
Roger Barry has left a major impact on Schuyler Central High School and even state athletics at large. More importantly, though, he left an impact on the people he coached.
Thursday, Oct. 15, 1936, the Schuyler Sun issued the obituary for one Henry Foust, Sr., Schuyler and Colfax County's last Civil War veteran. On Sept. 13, 2022, a small crowd gathered at the Schuyler Cemetery to honor his life and service.
Tamyra Fuller, better known as Tami, has been performing the duties of postmaster in the Schuyler Post Office since December, but in August, Fuller was officially sworn in to the position after a 26-year tenure with USPS and a long list of locations across the Midwest.
Clarkson/Leigh won three of its four matches last week, defeating Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family in four sets on Thursday. The ninth-ranked Patriots competed in Saturday's Stanton Invite and went 2-1. They defeated Crofton and Stanton and lost to Hartington Cedar Catholic.
Howells-Dodge surprised many in attendance Friday night. It opened the game against Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family with three passing plays.
Schuyler hosted Class B Crete Friday night in its second home game in a row. The Warriors lost 28-7 as the Cardinals rushed for 356 yards.
Editor's note: This is the first story in a series called "Leaders of Tomorrow." This weekly series profiles area youth who are doing good things in the community and leading by example.
On Sept. 11, 21 years after the fall of the World Trade Center towers, a crowd gathered outside the boy scout cabin in South Park to witness a display of patriotic duty by Boy Scout troops 211 and 212.
The United States flag is a symbol of the country and its values. It also has a different meaning to everyone.