COLERIDGE — Coleridge may be a small town by every measure, but that doesn’t keep its residents from thinking big.
By Alan Dale For The Coleridge Blade
RANDOLPH — A freak accident here Thursday evening temporarily brought traffic on Highway 20 through Randolph to a crawl. The accident occurred just after 6:15 p.m.
Abate of Nebraska District 15 held its 13th annual fun run here recently.
STANTON — Laurel-Concord-Coleridge claimed runner-up honors and its JV team finished third at Friday’s Stanton Invitational.
For the LCC varsity, Jadyn Kinkaid was third with a 100,
BEEMER — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge cross country teams competed Thursday at the Wisner-Pilger Invitational.
LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School Board is asking taxpayers to chip in a bit more this year to help educate local students. The LCC Board approved a $9,760,000 budget Monday.
By Angie Steffen For The Laurel Advocate
NIOBRARA — On Thursday, Sept. 5, the Osmond cross country teams traveled to Niobrara State Park for the Niobrara-Verdigre Invitational.
The Osmond Lady Tiger volleyball team opened its season with a game against the Wynot Lady Blue Devils, followed by a triangular at Creighton.
Blue Devils Clean House
PLAINVIEW — A fundraiser benefit and poker run is planned for Saturday, Sept. 14, for Connor Slater, who was injured in a bicycle-car accident in June.
LINCOLN – The Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) has announced the recipients of $3 million in funding under a special disaster recovery allocation of the Nebraska Affordable Housing
Properties owned by Derek and Kalynda Kuhl of Randolph have taken on a clean new look. The properties are a block off the downtown area.
WAUSA— Ethan Baue had the best game of his career Friday, but it wasn’t enough to best the CWCE Renegades, as the Vikings fell, 62-32, in the home opener here.
CREIGHTON — Are you looking for another alternative when planting cover crops?
WAUSA — The Wausa Village Board approved a $2.98 million budget to operate the village in the next fiscal year.
STROMSBURG — Samuel Doak Bell, 86, Stromsburg, died Sept. 1, 2019, at Midwest Covenant Home, Stromsburg.
Visitation was prior to service time at the Evangelical Free Church, Stromsburg,.
LAUREL — Clarice Hangman, 70, Laurel, died Sept. 8, 2019, at her residence. Funeral Services are pending at the Wintz Funeral Home, Laurel.
LAUREL — Doris J. Sohler, 94, Laurel, died Sept. 9, 2019, at the Providence Medical Center, Wayne. Funeral Services are pending at the Wintz Funeral Home, Laurel.