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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Auburn native joins newspaper staff this summer

LAUREL — The Laurel Advocate welcomed a new intern to its staff last week. Ellis Clopton, 19, Auburn, will be writing and reporting full-time during his summer break from college. Clopton More...

Relay for Life event has special meaning for area woman

LAUREL — Sarah Naeve’s life was nearly picture-perfect. She was happily married to her husband, Mike, in 2015, and the two were busy raising seven children at their home More...

Maxwell’s special bond with students will be missed

COLERIDGE — A long-time Coleridge special education teacher will be retiring this spring after almost a decade of teaching at Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Public School. Bernice More...

Early college credits give local students an edge

RANDOLPH — Several senior students at local high schools earn college credits before they graduate from high school. Several Randolph students will be starting college with college More...

Speaker to tell Randolph residents about building a ‘magnetic community’

RANDOLPH — “Magnetic Communities” and how to become one, will be the message from the Randolph Area Community Foundation next Tuesday, at 6 p.m., at the Lied Public Library More...

Early college credits give local students an edge

RANDOLPH — Several senior students at local high schools earn college credits before they graduate from high school. Several More...

Kumm qualifies for state golf tournament

BEEMER — Osmond High School junior Alex Kumm qualified for state golf competition after placing fifth at districts. More...

Relay for Life event has special meaning for area woman

LAUREL — Sarah Naeve’s life was nearly picture-perfect. She was happily married to her husband, Mike,...

Maxwell’s special bond with students will be missed

COLERIDGE — A long-time Coleridge special education teacher will be retiring this spring after almost a...

Cedar County family shares memories of ‘Today’ show visit

LAUREL — Everyone has a story to tell. Laurel’s Erwin family told their story recently on...

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..

Kumm qualifies for state golf tournament

BEEMER — Osmond High School junior Alex Kumm qualified for state golf competition after placing fifth at districts. More...

Gary Schieffer retires after 30 years as Osmond EMT

Gatheirng to honor long-time Osmond EMT Gary Schieffer on his retirement were fellow EMTs and family members, More...

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Sun shines on community clean-up

A group of students gathers winter’scollection of leaves at Poolside Park OSMOND — Weather was just about 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