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Wausa welcomed its first baby of 2016 on Feb. 16. A little boy was born to Kyle and Samantha Stevens. Henry Douglas was born at 8:18 a.m., weighing 6 lbs., 12 oz. measuring 20 inches.  He was welcomed More...

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LCC students are inspired by Author’s Festival

LAUREL —  Three Laurel Concord Coleridge elementary students have a flare for writing stories. As winners of the school’s “Young Authors Award” the students had the opportunity More...

An old idea is still being used to inspire kids today

LAUREL — An idea a local resident had close to 25 years ago to inspire young students in their writing abilities proved to be a good thing. Pat Jenkins Rohde, who now lives More...

School policies are altered after lockdown

LAUREL — School and law enforcement officials are pleased at how a potentially dangerous situation here was handled last week. Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School was briefly locked More...

Committee wants Randolph daycare open by Aug. 1

RANDOLPH — Results from the second area survey within 18 months to measure childcare needs demonstrated a marked increase, according to Community Development Director Gary Van More...

Randolph School Board sets rates for school lunches

RANDOLPH —  The Randolph School Board decided to raise the fees for student luches at their April 18  School Board meeting. After some discussion, School board member Loren More...

Committee wants Randolph daycare open by Aug. 1

RANDOLPH — Results from the second area survey within 18 months to measure childcare needs demonstrated a marked increase, More...

Randolph School Board sets rates for school lunches

RANDOLPH —  The Randolph School Board decided to raise the fees for student luches at their April 18  School More...

Bears bounce back from first loss

LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Bears bounced back from their loss earlier in the week to take...

LCC School Board hears about security, extra curriculars

LAUREL —  LCC School Board members discussed the need for improving security, talked about extra curriculars,...

Local teacher receives a surprise Christmas gift

COLERIDGE — Coleridge resident Bernice Maxwell has already received the “best ever” Christmas gift. Maxwell received...

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..

Osmond students fare well at Dist. Music contest

HARTINGTON — Osmond High School vocal and instrumental students traveled  to Hartington on Friday, April More...

Open Houses set for Sunday

OSMOND — Open houses at side-by-side locations in downtown Osmond are planned for Sunday, May 1 — Osmond More...

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Osmond Q125

OSMOND — The Osmond Q125 celebration was held June 26-29.  More...

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Cardinals win final home game, prepare for SubDistrict action this week

RANDOLPH — The final game of the regular season finished with the Randolph Cardinals defeating the Hartington-Newcastle Wildcats, 47-38, building momentum heading..

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

Wausa Prom 2016

Wausa Prom 2016 Industrial Elegance filled the multipurpose room Saturday April 2. Wausa’s Junior/ Senior Prom: “Wonders Untold” was a Steampunk..