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Jared Hoefelman, foreground, and Joe Hubenka, of Loup Power District’s Humphrey office, are in Florida to help with the damage from Hurricane Irma. They were part of the Loup crews that volunteered to travel to Florida to help restore power. Here they are pictured clearing electrical lines from trees.

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A convoy of 10 tractors made their way from St, Bernard to Lindsay Sunday afternoon during an all-female tractor drive. Organizer Gary Korth said he wanted to do something for area women who do so much during harvest.

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Jared Hoefelman, foreground, and Joe Hubenka, of Loup Power District’s Humphrey office, are in Florida to help with the damage from Hurricane Irma. They were part of the Loup crews that volunteered to travel to Florida to help restore power. Here they are pictured clearing electrical lines from trees.

The hours were long, and the damage was worse than anything they had seen before, but a couple of Loup Power District utilitymen were glad to lend a hand.

There’s plenty of room on the sidelines at Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family football games.

The 2017-18 Humphrey Public School budget was approved Aug. 11 by the board of education.

Sports

The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family cross country team competed at Columbus Scotus Sept.

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“I felt the meet went well for us,” head coach Brett Adkins said.

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Skylar Schafer looks for running room Friday for Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family. The Bulldogs found it tough going against Nebraska Lutheran, falling 50-8 at Lindsay.

Nebraska Lutheran had almost as many seniors on its team as Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family had players and it showed Friday night as the Knights took a 50-8 win at Lindsay.

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Daisy Korus runs the course at Skyview Lake in Norfolk. Korus finished 13th on the day.

The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family cross country team competed in Norfolk Sept.8.

Columns

As much as I love sports, from time to time I can’t help but shake my head.
 

Nothing like a disaster to restore my faith in humanity.

As we watch from the safety of our dry homes, Texas, particularly Houston, is being ravaged by Hurricane Harvey.

Robert Lee meet Robert E. Lee.

The former is a sports announcer, who works part time for ESPN.

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