Coleridge Blade

Dr. Gilberto Collazo receives a check from Dr. Ron Brodersen from Immanuel Lutheran Church in Coleridge for $1,000 to send to his sister Aracelis Collazo. Aracelis is a teacher in San Juan, Puerto Rico and will be using the money to help her school.

WAUSA — With Hurricane Season once again upon the East Coast, Wausa’s Dr. Gilberto Collazo’s mind turns to thoughts of friends and family in his homeland of Puerto Rico.

COLERIDGE  — Coleridge was a happening place during the “What Women Want” vendor show on Saturday, Oct. 13.

The LCC Lady Bears volleyball team stayed just above the .500 mark after a busy week that saw them split two varsity matchups and fare well in the Hartington-Newcastle Invitational.

Laurel Advocate

LAUREL — Downtown Laurel could be seeing some big improvements in the near future.

LAUREL  — Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School will soon have a new updated fire alarm system.

Menford Electric, Fordyce, put in the low bid to put in the new system for the school.

NORFOLK — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge cross country teams finished off their seasons Thursday in the D-3 district meet at Skyview Lake in Norfolk.

Osmond Republican

OSMOND — St. Mary’s seventh through 12th grade PREP students held a service project on Oct. 10th. They went around the community and asked for donations to the Osmond Food Pantry.

Osmond telemedicine cart

OSMOND — It just takes a second to realize you’re already living in the future.

OSMOND — The Osmond Lady Tiger volleyball team hosted the Wausa Vikings on Tuesday, Oct. 9. The Lady Tigers fell in the three sets 13-25, 21-25, 22-25.

Randolph Times

OSMOND - Randolph won one and lost one at the Pierce County Tournament on Thursday night to earn runner-up honors.

RANDOLPH — Board member Paul Schmit suggested several board members join him for an upcoming private meeting with Laurel school board members during the Oct. 15 regular meeting.

RANDOLPH — A late Cardinals’ score lifted Randolph to a 32-26 nail-biting win over Allen here Friday night.

Wausa Gazette

Center — On the night of Oct. 3,  two juveniles allegedly stole a vehicle and burglarized properties on the Santee Sioux Nation.

WAUSA — The week you’ve been waiting for all year is here! Wausa’s 75th Annual Smorgasbord is this week on Saturday, October 20 from 5:00-7:00 pm!

WAUSA - Wynot topped Wausa in three sets on Thursday night, winning 25-13 25-3 25-10.

Obituaries

WAUSA — Mass of Christian Burial for Larry McQuay, 81, Wausa, was Oct. 13, at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church, Bloomfield. Rev. Tim Podraza was the Celebrant, with burial in Bloomfield City Cemetery.

OMAHA — James F. “Jim” Stevens, 64, Omaha, formerly of Hartington, died Oct. 12, 2018, at the Josie Harper Hospice House, from cancer.

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Katherine Hinrichsen, 89, of Sioux City, Iowa, residing in the Holy Spirit Retirement Community, died at Mercy Medical Center Oct. 4, 2018.

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