To say that the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team is one of the better 3-4 college football teams in the country thus far in 2021 is a gross understatement.
Those looking for something to do this weekend can take part in two events happening in Schuyler.
During its regular meeting Oct. 5, the Schuyler City Council debated school crosswalks in town.
Nestled in a corner along Colfax Street in Schuyler is an expanding community garden that has donated more than 2,000 pounds of fresh produce so far this year.
Lee Enterprises is pleased to announce that Carrie Colburn will become publisher for the Columbus Telegram, Schuyler Sun and David City Banner-Press.
Be extra cautious when you “fall back” on Nov. 7, 2021.
Nebraskans continue to tell me their top priority is relief from local government property taxes. Since taking office, addressing this issue has been my number one priority. This budget cycle—thanks to the support of farmers, ranchers, homeowners, and small businesses—we will deliver histori…
In a tune up for the Central Conference Championship, Seward swept Schuyler Oct. 7 in the Warriors' home gym by scores of 25-6, 25-13 and 25-9. The Bluejays improved their season record to 16-9 while the Warriors fell to 5-15.
One of the things that the Schuyler Central High School boys cross country team can count on each season is that its Central Conference meet will always feature some of the top Class B and Class C runners in the state. The 2021 meet held at York last Thursday proved to be no exception.
Esmerelda Sacarias ended her brilliant golf career at Schuyler Central High School Oct. 4 in 14th place, only four spots from qualifying for the Class B state tournament in Scottsbluff. Sacarias fired an 18-hole total of 112, four shots of 108, the last total that qualified for state.
The Schuyler Warriors football team knew they needed a near perfect game to go toe-to-toe with the Class C-1 No. 5Columbus Scotus Shamrocks on Friday night at Pawnee Park in Columbus. What happened instead was a number of crushing mistakes that led the Shamrocks to a 42-7 that dropped Schuyl…
The Patriots' run game powered them to their third straight win and possibly the 17th straight trip to the playoffs.
Levi Belina continued his torrid pace and Howells-Dodge continued to roll on its way to potentially a fifth unbeaten regular season in the last 10 years following a 50-12 win over West Point Guardian Angels Central Catholic on Friday at home.
Clarkson/Leigh and Howells-Dodge ended last week with wins in straight sets over ranked opponents in Humphrey.
After it played in the Oakland-Craig Invite on Oct. 2, Clarkson/Leigh girls golf returned to the same golf course three days later for the Class C-2 district tournament.
Colfax County may be seeing the implementation of new technology following the Board of Commissioners’ regular meeting on Sept. 28.
It’s by early detection and advancement in technology that Lynne Dvorak credits beating breast cancer.
Schuyler Community Schools is working toward establishing a dual language program at its district office.
It’s not so much about where you start; it’s where you end that counts. Forty-some years ago, I heard about a college basketball team that had the following slogan sewn on its basketball shorts. There were simple letters: M-T-X-E. Those letters stood for “Mental Toughness, X-tra Effort.”
I remember when people were poring over photographs of President Trump’s inaugural back in 2017, trying to disprove his theory that it was the largest crowd in history. Clearly, it wasn’t. It wasn’t even close, which didn’t particularly bother me in the least. I was never one of those ladies…
The withdrawal from Afghanistan is the biggest U.S. foreign policy blunder in decades. We left hundreds of American citizens and thousands of our Afghan allies at the mercy of the Taliban, the same group that gave safe haven to al Qaeda as it planned the 9/11 attacks. A suicide bombing at th…
Highway 91 had big hopes for the state tournament following a trip to the district final a year ago. The Cyclones put together a 19-win regular season and earned the top seed for the subdistrict tournament.
Michael W. Kaasch
Esmerelda Sacarias continued her stellar play on the golf course for the Schuyler Central High School golf team as she picked up another medal with a 10th place finish at the Central Conference Golf Tournament held in Crete on Oct. 1. Sacarias fired an 18-hole total of 98 to lead the Warriors.