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Thursday afternoon the La-Co-Co pirates, led by Captain Silverbeard, (Jeremy Christiansen) journeyed through the towns of Coleridge and Laurel in search for the prized “Shared Vision” of LCC.

The annual Dixon County Fair proved to be fun for all ages. Saturday’s small ani-mal and livestock shows captured the at-tention of  many area residents.

United Lutheran Church hosted Vacation Church Bible School last week entitled Time Lab where the children traveled back to the early days in the Bible.

School

Connor Korth and Jed Nelson collaborate on a coding program for the EV-3 robot.

The Junior Law Cadets got to learn through a MILO simulator, a simulator that allows students to engage in realistic scenarios.

WAYNE — Bayley Holloway of Laurel has been chosen to be a Week of Welcome (WOW) Ambassador for Wayne State College (WSC).

Sports

Members of the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge girls golf team are: Glenda Vance, Hope Swanson, Jaydyn Kinkaid, Brianna Campbell, and Coach Christina Patefield.

 

LAUREL — Coach Pat Arens conducted the first practice of the 2018 football season Monday. The Bear football team is looking to improve upon last year’s 1-7 record.

The Laurel Rec summer league team recently played in the Wakefield MidSummer Classic with the 10-and-under team winning the tournament.

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