Coleridge Blade

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Am. Legion Post #114, Auxiliary Unit hold October meetings

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COLERIDGE —The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary have worked decades, steadfastly, and side by side, promoting patriotism and national security while supporting youth and advocating for

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COLERIDGE — Former Dist. 19 Sen. Elroy Hefner died at his home Sunday.

Hefner, 96, served in the state legislature from 1976-1992.

Laurel Advocate

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LAUREL — The end result of a threeyear strategic facility improvement plan by the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School Board will be decided by voters in less than two weeks.

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LAUREL — It’s a tune you can waft over the mourners at many area funerals.

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COLERIDGE —Austin Hall leads a very full life.

Osmond Republican

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OSMOND — Members of the Osmond City Council met Monday, Oct. 12, in the conference room with a number of items on the agenda, including a number of issues relating to flood repairs.

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NELIGH — On Monday, Oct. 12, the Lady Tigers traveled to Neligh-Oakdale for a varsity only game.

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ELGIN — A perfect crisp night air filled Elgin on Thursday, Oct. 15, when the Tigers rolled into town to play the Wolfpack. The Tigers’ offensive slow start set a somber tune for the Tigers.

Randolph Times

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Corn harvest is underway in Cedar County. Area farmers are getting fields combined and the fruits of their labors are being delivered to local elevators.

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RANDOLPH — A tailor-made passion for quality education and childcare, was the main driving force behind the recent directorial hiring at the Cardinal Kids Learning Center in Randolph.

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Cole Jensen (right) attempts to take down a Santee player during the Randolph Youth Football season ending game against Santee this past Sunday.

Wausa Gazette

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WAUSA — Wausa Public School students and staff are planning to say NO to drugs while celebrating Red Ribbon week.

Monday, Oct. 26: SOCK IT TO DRUGS: Wear crazy socks to school.

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CENTER — 5,382 out and nearly 800 back in.

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WAUSA — Construction started on Wausa Medical Clinic the beginning of March.

Obituaries

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NORFOLK — Christian funeral services for John Van Dyke Borgmann Jr., 81, of Norfolk were held at 10:30 a.m., Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Norfolk.

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WAYNE — David F. “Bones” Swanson, 66, Wayne, died Oct. 16, 2020, at Hillcrest Care Center, Laurel.

Visitation was Tuesday at Grace Lutheran Church, Wayne.

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Laurel — Dr. Michael Nesbit, 75, Laurel, formerly of Tampa, Fla., died Oct. 13, 2020, at Elms Care Center, Ponca.

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