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Kyle and Gabby Lindhorst had just about completed their basement renovation when a water line was hit, causing sewage water to back up into their basement. They are one of four families who had sewage in their basements after, they say, Obrist Construction, struck an unmarked water line in Lindsay’s Albracht Addition. Courtesy photos

News

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The Humphrey St. Francis and Lindsay Holy Family Speech teams have been hard at work this season attending five meets so far, both in-person and virtual. Pictured are medalists from the season, left to right, Lexi Morfeld, MarryRita Wegener, Nicole Wojcik, Owen Weider and Seth Wiese. Courtesy photo

The Humphrey St. Francis and Lindsay Holy Family Speech teams have been hard at work this season attending five meets so far, both in-person and virtual.

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On Monday, Feb. 8, four students from Humphrey High School traveled to Stanton to participate in the 2021 East Husker Conference Honor Band.

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St. Francis parishioners received the sacrament of Penance Feb. 13. Father Eric Olsen celebrated this first reconciliation with them.

Sports

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Autumn Bender dribbles through traffic against Osmond in the Class D1-3 Subdistrict game here. The Lady Bulldogs won the game 69-25.

One win away from state.

The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family won the Class D1-3 Subdistrict by whipping Plainview 72-40 here Thursday.

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Jalyssa Hastrieter goes up for a shot against Elba in the Class D2-4 Subdistrict here Feb. 16. St. Francis won 86-24. Courtesy photos

The St. Francis girls took care of business Thursday, dominating Riverside 73-15 in the final of the Class D2-4 Subdistrict here.

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Ethan Keller is defended as Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family took on Pender Feb. 9. The Bulldogs won the contest 69-41 as Keller scored 13 and grabbed six rebounds. Courtesy photo

Jason Sjuts scored 31 points as Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family topped Pender 69-41 Feb. 9.

Columns

Catchers mitts are popping, and that’s a good thing.

Baseball players have flocked to Arizona and Florida to get ready for the baseball season, which makes me happy.

I am writing to thank you for the effort you put into the Humphrey Democrat.

If there’s one thing we can all talk about it’s the weather.

It’s too hot, too cold, too dry, too wet, but rarely just right.

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