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Kathy Frank, left, Trish Henry and Frank’s dog, Husker, look at the community’s Veteran’s Memorial in front of the Wausa Auditorium on Tuesday, June 12.

 

Construction crews have been busy recently preparing the ground next to the Wausa Fire Hall for the Fire Hall expansion project.

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ownership of Wausa’s telephone company is changing hands.

School

WAUSA — FBLA students have been working hard to raise funds to travel to Baltimore, Md., for the National Leadership Conference June 28-July 1.

LINCOLN — More than 4,900 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students have been named to the Deans’ List/Explore Center List of Distinguished Students for the spring semester of the 2017-18 academic ye

WAUSA — Wausa Public School has released the fourth quarter and second semester Honor Roll for the 2017-18 school year.

The following is the information currently available.

Sports

Wausa hosted an 11-12 Softball Tourney June 2. Wausa placed second, first place was Verdigre and third place was Crofton.

OMAHA - The Wausa Lady Vikings went down to the State Track and Field Championships in Omaha this weekend and finished with two team points.

HARTINGTON — The Viking Track and Field squad headed to Hartington May 9 for the D-4 District Track meet.

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