Cedar County native tells others about cancer fight, pregnancy

RANDOLPH — Pregnancy and cancer don’t mix. But Shelly Foxworthy, a former resident of Randolph who now lives in Omaha, and her daughter, Mackenzie, who will turn 14 years old this year, fought the More...

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LCC girls pick up a pair of wins during busy week

                  LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Lady Bears put together a 2-4 record during a busy week on the volleyball More...

Second-half surge lifts Crofton by Bears

LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Bears hung right with Crofton for the first half,m but a strong Warrior third-quarter took the bite out of the Bears. Both teams came More...

LCC Bears have trouble against state-rated Cedar Catholic

            The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Bear football team ran into a buzz saw here Friday night. Failing to stop the HCC juggernaut right away, More...

Randolph native completes huge physical challenge

RANDOLPH — The Ironman Triathlon provides an opportunity for the best athletes to take on the incredible challenge of finishing a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride, and 26.2-mile More...

Lied Randolph Public Library changes hours

It is that time of year again when new schedules and routines begin. Here at the Lied Randolph Public Library we will be trying a few new things including a trial change in our More...

LCC girls pick up a pair of wins during busy week

                  LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Lady Bears put together More...

Cedar Co. Museum anniversary open house is a success

HARTINGTON —  Over 300 visitors took a look back in history when they stopped in at the Cedar County Museum More...

LCC girls pick up a pair of wins during busy week

                  LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Lady Bears put...

Saturday Work Day

            Wednesday marks the three-month anniversary of the EF-3 tornado that...

Crofton Warriors’ second-half surge beats LCC Bears

LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Bears hung right with Crofton for the first half, but a strong...

Wynot girls claim another State title

The Wynot girls basketball team and coaches celebrated Saturday night after walking out of the Pinnacle Bank More...

Crowning Achievement

Cedar Catholic High School crowned Noah Miller and Kallie Leise as the 2013 Homecoming King and Queen during ceremonies held at..

Wind storm whips through Wynot area

homework service WYNOT—A Sunday night wind storm here knocked down trees and wiped out several power lines. The storm began around..

Five area schools continue to study merger possibilities

Five schools located in northeast Nebraska, which stretch across Knox, Pierce, Antelope and Cedar counties, More...

Role of military chaplain shared at program

The memory of those who served in the nation’s military was recalled on Monday as residents paused for the More...

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Osmond Family Practice open house slated for June 4

Residents of the area will have an opportunity to tour the recently-remodeled Osmond Family Practice clinic More...

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Vikings make first State appearance since 2003

…………………………. LINCOLN — The Wausa Vikings boys’ basketball team had its work cut out for it in the first round of..

Obituary – Mary Alice Krueger

Click here to view the obituaries. Belden — Mary Alice Krueger, 84, Belden, died Aug. 28, 2014, at Colonial Manor, Randolph. Visitation was Sept. 1 at Johnson

Horse Show kicks off Fair

HARTINGTON — Several Laurel area residents were on hand Wednesday for the start of the Cedar County Fair. The 4-H and..