Coleridge Blade

WAYNE  — The Cedar Catholi girls basketball team had a tough road this post-season.

COLERIDGE — Ken’s Corner Market opened its doors for business Thursday after being closed for about a year.

NORTH BEND — After losing heartbreaking matches last year, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge’s two big guys both punched tickets to this week’s state tournament.

Laurel Advocate

Carol Lipp (above) instructs Denise Kinkaid just how much whip cream he wants on his pie during the St. Mary’s Catholic Church annual Sunday dinner.

WAYNE — The Laurel-Concord- Coleridge Lady Bears saw their season come to an end Monday with a 51-33 loss to Cedar Catholic in the play-in round of the C2-5 SubDistrict.

On Friday afternoon the after school program was held with about 30 very excited kids, including Foster Stone (left) and Tiernan and Miles Parson (above).

Osmond Republican

It was Valentine’s Day 1946 and Lorena Ellenberger had a date with Ervin Kumm. What a special date it was! He proposed marriage and presented her a diamond ring. The couple had dated since Dec.

It hasn’t been that long since Cameron Moes graduated from Osmond High School (2015). But those three short years since he’s been at Concordia University in Seward, he’s been a busy man

FBLA members include, back row: Zach Alderson (left), Justus Maertins, Nick Reikofski, Landon Stelling; fourth row: Madeline Huwaldt, Joshua Gansebom, Zach Huwaldt, Logan Stelling, Louis Muschter;

Randolph Times

Tim Malm, from KBS School Law presented, ‘A Parent’s Guide to Social Media’ Thursday at the Randolph High School to grades 6-12 during school and a separate presentation for parents in the evening.

RANDOLPH — A long-time Randolph Public Schools volunteer was recognized last week by the Lewis and Clark Conference.

#145, Brandon Bloomquist, Junior ****returning state qualifier ****


Wausa Gazette

Three Wausa High School boys entertained the audience during the boys halftime game Tuesday night against Hartington-Newcastle. They showed off their dance moves to various songs.

WAUSA — The Wausa girls basketball team lost 57-38 to Hartington-Newcastle last Tuesday night as the Lady Vikings struggled to make baskets early.

The Wausa area experienced more wind, snow and cold weather Monday and Tuesday. Varying reports indicated from two to four inches of snow fell here.


NORTH PLATTE — Martha Ann Burbach, 93 North Platte, died Feb. 6, 2018, at Centennial Park Nursing Home, with her family by her side.

MITCHELLVILLE, Iowa — Lester Everett Grosc, 68, Mitchelville, Iowa, was born Sept. 2, 1949, and passed away Feb. 3, 2018. Visitation was Feb. 7 at Mitchellville United Methodist Church.

WAYNE — Earl J. Eckert, 89, Wayne, died Feb. 8, 2018, at Brookdale Senior Living, Wayne. Visitation and a prayer service were Feb. 12 at the United Methodist Church, Laurel.

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