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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The future of LCC football is debated

Football turned out to be a hot topic at Monday’s Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School Board meeting. Supt. Randall Klooz talked to board members about decisions that had been made More...

Local FFA chapter to compete nationally in career development event

The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge FFA chapter recently was selected to compete for national recognition in an FFA Career Development Event at the 87th National FFA Convention & More...

Homecoming Week fun

Michaela Nitz and Chayce Hirschman were crowned Friday night as the LCC Homecoming Queen and King during special coronation festivities at the gym.  Students enjoyed a dance More...

Wind farm is being considered for Magnet area

Cedar County is being eyed as a potential site for a new wind farm. For the past three years, Malleck Farm and Wind Ventures has been laying the groundwork for a possible wind More...

Randolph schools pick up Governor’s Wellness award

Randolph schools was one of 50 Nebraska employers to be honored last week by Gov. Dave Heineman for their successful efforts in promoting workplace wellness. A total of 252 awards More...

State Patrol still evaluating how to replace Meier

The Nebraska State Patrol will still be a visible presence in Cedar County although nothing definite has been decided on More...

The future of LCC football is debated

Football turned out to be a hot topic at Monday’s Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School Board meeting. Supt. Randall More...

The future of LCC football is debated

Football turned out to be a hot topic at Monday’s Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School Board meeting. Supt. Randall...

Local FFA chapter to compete nationally in career development event

The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge FFA chapter recently was selected to compete for national recognition in an FFA Career...

LCC runners earn medals at Stanton meet

Sadie Pedersen earned the silver medal   during the Stanton cross country meet last week. Other...

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 -14 win More...

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..

Crowning Achievement

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

Area schools continue merger discussion in Osmond

Steps continue to move ahead on a proposed five-school merger for Bloomfield, Wausa, Creighton, Plainview and More...

Five area schools continue to study merger possibilities

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

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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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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 – Donald G. Miller

Click here to view the obituaries. HARTINGTON — Don G. Miller, 85, Hartington, died Oct. 10, 2014, at the Golden Living Center, Hartington. Visitation and a Vigil

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..