The million tab milestone

RANDOLPH — The community of Randolph came together Oct. 24 to celebrate a huge milestone. The students, staff and community of Randolph achieved a long time, community and school goal of collecting one More...

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The public voted to reinstate, but what happens next with Nebraska’s death penalty

Vincent Peña Nebraska News Service LINCOLN — Now what? That’s the question many were asking regarding the recent death penalty referendum result that saw the state bring back More...

Christmas trees are big part of this year’s special event

LAUREL — Christmas trees offered a variety of decorations and designs and were part of the Scavenger Hunt during the Night of Lights in Laurel. Just inside the door at Gary’s More...

LCC School, community meeting is set for Thursday

LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Board of Education and Administration is planning a Community Discussion Thursday designed to obtain stakeholder feedback. The meeting More...

Randolph resident opens store in downtown Hartington

HARTINGTON  —  Hartington has a new downtown store. The  new business, BCGJKM Botique, has lots to offer shoppers. The store, located at 210 North Broadway, was opened by More...

The public voted to reinstate, but what happens next with Nebraska’s death penalty

Vincent Peña Nebraska News Service LINCOLN — Now what? That’s the question many were asking regarding the recent death penalty referendum result that saw the state bring More...

Osmond Christmas Wishes set for Sunday

OSMOND — Sunday marks the 2016 edition of “Osmond Christmas Wishes.” The event will take place at Osmond city auditorium. More...

Methodist cookie sale planned for Friday

OSMOND — Members of United Methodist Church will hold a holiday cookie sale once again this year. The date has More...

The public voted to reinstate, but what happens next with Nebraska’s death penalty

Vincent Peña Nebraska News Service LINCOLN — Now what? That’s the question many were asking regarding...

LCC School, community meeting is set for Thursday

LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Board of Education and Administration is planning a Community Discussion Thursday designed...

Tax relief on the horizon for Cedar Co. taxpayers

HARTINGTON — Tax relief will be visible on tax statements that will be in the mail...

The public voted to reinstate, but what happens next with Nebraska’s death penalty

Vincent Peña Nebraska News Service LINCOLN — Now what? That’s the question many were asking regarding the More...

Tax relief on the horizon for Cedar Co. taxpayers

HARTINGTON — Tax relief will be visible on tax statements that will be in the mail to Cedar County property owners..

Ketter, Hans volunteer for four more years

WYNOT — Maurice Ketter and James Hans have each agreed to serve another four-year term on the Wynot Village Board. On..

Osmond Christmas Wishes set for Sunday

OSMOND — Sunday marks the 2016 edition of “Osmond Christmas Wishes.” The event will take place at Osmond More...

Methodist cookie sale planned for Friday

OSMOND — Members of United Methodist Church will hold a holiday cookie sale once again this year. The date More...

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‘Meet the teams’ rally to be Friday

OSMOND — The public is invited to a “Meet the Teams” Rally on Friday, Dec. 9. It will be held in the Osmond More...

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Tigers lose close one to Randolph

OSMOND — The Osmond High School boys’ basketball team opened the season with a loss at home to Randolph 64-60 on..

Obituaries – Deanna L. True

Click here to view the obituaries. YANKTON, SD — Deanna L. True, 78, Wausa, died Nov. 20, 2016, at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, S.D. A Celebration