RANDOLPH — The rain pounded down, at times so hard one thought it was a wicked spring storm, but it was Christmas Day 2016. The storm that literally blew through northeast Nebraska brought thunder and More...

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City Council gets a wildlife lesson

LAUREL — It appears as if wildlife may be moving into the city limits of Laurel. Foxes, raccoons, turkey vultures and snakes are becoming a nuisance for some of the local residents. A More...

Vance will be taking on Principal role in Coleridge

LAUREL — Administration staff at the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School will soon be handling new responsibilities. Jay Vance, who is the high school principal, will step in and More...

Area residents enjoy Ag Days

LAUREL — Last weekend’s Ag Days celebration was a time for area residents to come together and have fun as a community. Celebrations kicked off on Friday with garage sales, More...

Randolph School Board approves daycare

RANDOLPH — Randolph School Board members voted Monday to allow the a nonprofit group to create a daycare learning center and to direct and staff it. Rule 11, daycare considerations More...

School Board to examine its policies next month

RANDOLPH — Randolph School Board members looked at policy and handbook updates at their Monday meeting here. Board members approved updates to elementary and high school handbooks. “I More...

Council hears summer youth concerns

OSMOND — The Monday, June 12, meeting of the Osmond City Council had four visitors, Tom Schmit, Amy Moes and LaVail Aschoff More...

City Council gets a wildlife lesson

LAUREL — It appears as if wildlife may be moving into the city limits of Laurel. Foxes, raccoons, turkey vultures More...

Governor touts agriculture, importance of rural roads during County stop

HARTINGTON —  Every worker on the factory floor at the Hydraulics Components plant reacted to Gov....

Vance will be taking on Principal role in Coleridge

LAUREL — Administration staff at the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School will soon be handling new responsibilities. Jay Vance,...

LCC School Board considers the fate of old Coleridge gym floor

LAUREL — Decisions were made on what should be done with the three remaining chunks of...

Pinkelman is elected Chairman of County Board

HARTINGTON    —  Terry Pinkelman was elected last week as the new Chairman of the Cedar County Board of More...

Tigers notch wins with Wynot, Plainview

The Osmond boys basketball team improved their record to 2-1 on the season after a Friday night win on the road..

There is more than just a new look to the 2017 Neb. license plates

HARTINGTON — Nebraskans will begin to see new license plates on vehicles next month. Starting in January 2017, new license plates..

Council hears summer youth concerns

OSMOND — The Monday, June 12, meeting of the Osmond City Council had four visitors, Tom Schmit, Amy Moes and More...

Ketelsens ‘gnome home’ is a work in progress 

OSMOND — A new addition to Osmond has been causing quite a stir along Fulton Street lately. The “gnome home” More...

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Summerfest to feature new, returning events

OSMOND — The annual Summerfest celebration in Osmond is planned for Sunday, June 25. A full day of activities More...

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Long-time LCC Coach wants to step aside

COLERIDGE —  Coaching duties for LCC’s long-time head volleyball coach may be coming to an end. Patti Cunningham, who is one..

Kiichler services held Monday

Click here to view the obituaries. OSMOND — Funeral services for Myron E. Kiichler, 71, of Osmond were held at 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, at