Coleridge Blade

A spring storm threw area residents a bit of a curve ball, forcing school administrators to push the Prom back to Sunday, but the annual Spring event still turned out to be a success.

WAYNE — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge track and field teams kept busy with a pair of meets last week.

HARTINGTON — Road improvements and bridges were discussed, building permits were addressed and a Randolph area man had a few questions and concerns involving using common sense during the Cedar Cou

Laurel Advocate

LAUREL — Action was taken during the Laurel City Council meeting on April 9 to increase the water/sewer rates.

LAUREL — Laurel council members are gearing up for the city’s Q125 celebration this summer. Several ordinances dealing with the Q125 event were passed during the April 9 City Council meeting.

A spring storm threw area residents a bit of a curve ball, forcing school administrators to push the Prom back to Sunday, but the annual Spring event still turned out to be a success.

Osmond Republican

OSMOND — A community meeting was held Wednesday, April 11, at the Osmond city auditorium for area residents to provide input on swimming pool options. Representatives of JEO Consulting Group, Inc.

NELIGH — On Tuesday, April 10, the Osmond track and field teams traveled to Neligh for their invitational.

OSMOND — Fall, winter, spring…it doesn’t matter. Osmond High School has several students who consistently achieve excellence in the classroom.

Randolph Times

LINCOLN - Randolph FCCLA competed at State Leadership Conference STAR Competition last week in Lincoln.

HARTINGTON — The Randolph boys and girls track teams combined for 13 medals in action last week at the Trojan Invitational in Hartington.

2018 Prom Candidates include, (back, l-r) Kyle Lindquist, Morgan Nordhues, Ross Wurdinger, Dalton Rath; (front) Addison Villwok, Brooklynn Gall, Emma Bermel and Carlie Nordhues, not pictured are cr

Wausa Gazette

WAUSA — This year’s prom theme “Spellbound” is a Harry Potter movie theme, which filled the multipurpose room April 13.

BALTIMORE, Md. — One of the best teachers in the nation works at Wausa High School.

LINCOLN — Nebraska state senators continued to vote on legislation as the 2018 legislative session rapidly approaches its end.

Obituaries

NORFOLK — A joint memorial service will be held Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. for Nathalyn Faye “Nathie” (Krohn) and Eugene Roy “Gene” Nelson.

BLOOMFIELD — Funeral services for Lucille Kauth, 88, Bloomfield, will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 18, at First Trinity Lutheran Church, Bloomfield. Rev.

RANDOLPH — Doris R. Eddie, 90, Randolph, died April 11, 2018, at Faith Regional Health Services, Norfolk, following a brief illness.

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