Leaders say Cedar County is already livestock friendly

Hartington — Cedar County is a farm community and has a history of being friendly to livestock producers. Cedar County Commissioners will continue taking steps to be livestock More...

Getting ready for the season

It won’t be long until swimming season is here. Justin Hoeppner, one of Laurel’s city employees, worked on cleaning the pool recently by removing all the debris and dirt More...

Area man shows his love for small town baseball

LAUREL — John Rowe has a soft spot in his heart for small towns and for boys who want to play baseball. Rowe, 74, owner of J.P. Rowe Construction, Pierce, is donating his time More...

Raising money for books

Volunteer Sherri Bargstadt works on the final touches before the annual Randolph Rummage Sale Friday. The two-day event raised money for the Randolph Public Library, with any More...

After 19 years, Loberg ends EMT career here

RANDOLPH — After serving as an EMT for almost 19 years, Julie Loberg has submitted her resignation to the Randolph City Council. In a letter to City Council members, Loberg More...

Leaders say Cedar County is already livestock friendly

Hartington — Cedar County is a farm community and has a history of being friendly to livestock producers. Cedar County More...

Getting ready for the season

It won’t be long until swimming season is here. Justin Hoeppner, one of Laurel’s city employees, worked on More...

Heitman’s music fills the air at Colonial Manor

          RANDOLPH — Residents at Colonial Manor enjoy the music shared by...

LCC Board accepts resignation amidst questions

LAUREL — A resignation of athletic director and coach was dealt with by the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School...

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 More...

Vikes still in search of first win after 48-14 setback to Wynot

A pair of 0-2 teams met Friday with each desperate for a win. The Wynot Blue Devils would claim the 48..

Wynot girls claim another State title

The Wynot girls basketball team and coaches celebrated Saturday night after walking out of the Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, with their..

Mardi Gras masquerade party is Saturday

The Osmond city auditorium will be transformed into a Mardi Gras setting for the HOME Team masquerade party More...

Randy Clausen, 64, buried today

Services for Randall “Randy” Clausen, 64, of Norfolk, were held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015, at More...

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It’s still winter in the Midwest . .

As the sun was setting on the community in the late afternoon on Sunday, Feb. 1, skid loaders were making their More...

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Area man shows his love for small town baseball

LAUREL — John Rowe has a soft spot in his heart for small towns and for boys who want to play..

Obituary – David Colling

Click here to view the obituaries. LAUREL — David Carl Colling, 83, Laurel, died Feb. 10, 2015, at the Hillcrest Care Center, Laurel. Visitation was Feb. 13

State Wrestling Feb. 19-21

    OMAHA  — Randolph, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge and Osmond all competed Thursday and Friday at the State Wrestling Tournament at the Centurylink..