Wausa Gazette


WAUSA — The six candidates vying for the open Dist. 40 Senate seat all got a chance to be heard Monday.

WAUSA — Area residents will get a chance Thursday to learn more about a Downtown Revitalization project.

CENTER — Several County offices will not appear on the Primary Election party ballots in May since those races are not being contested.


Thea McFarland, Wausa, is the recipient of the Academic Achievement Award, Earl and Tillie Schaeffer Memorial Scholarship, Alta Fox Steininger Memorial Scholarship and Leadership Room Waiver for th

Wausa Elementary School students took part in Family Fun Night at the Auditorium last week.

WAYNE — The Lewis and Clark Conference Art Show was held Feb. 22-26, at the Wayne State College Student Center, with 17 schools participating in the event.


NORFOLK — Northeast Community College Golf Coach Kurt Pytleski said that after a long winter, his team is ready to get outside and start playing “real golf.”

WAUSA — The Wausa junior high boys ended the basketball season by participating in a pair of four-team tournaments at Osmond and Hartington.

HARTINGTON — Bloomfield draws revenge on Wausa, as the Bees win, 35-26, in the Class D2-4 Subdistrict semifinals at Cedar Catholic, Hartington.

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