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LAUREL — Three years of planning paid off.

Despite blistering hot temperatures for much of the weekend, Laurel’s three-day Q125 celebration was a huge success.

Coleridge area youth climbed aboard the Coleridge Community Club float to participate in the Laurel Q125 parade Sunday in Laurel.

HARTINGTON — All the changes Cedar County Commissioners made to the judicial facilities here will get a firsthand look by Nebraska Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike Heavican and other members of the

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LINCOLN — Trey Erwin, Laurel, has been accepted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.

HARTINGTON — Grilling was the name of the game when Nebraska Extension sponsored the 2018 Cedar County 4-H Cook-Off Contest held at the Hartington City Auditorium on June 6.

LINCOLN– Four Laurel-Concord-Coleridge High School students were among 262 high school students from across Nebraska who participated in the 24th Annual Masonic All-Star Marching Band, which perfor

Sports

1 S.Martini/D.Benson/L.Brown 51
2 R.Kuehn/C.Christensen/R.Lammers 44
3 J.Wolfe/M.Papenhausen/J.Hoffart 42
4 R.Benson/C.Brodersen/S.Dirks 35

WAYNE — The LCC boys golf team posted a trio of top-10 finishes to close out the regular season and get ready for Monday’s district tournament in Battle Creek.

LAUREL — The LCC track and field teams geared up for this week’s district meet with an“ away” meet on the home track as Haskell Field played host to Winside’s annual Winch Memorial Invitational las

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