Town Hall meeting designed to see how residents see the future of town
COLERIDGE — “What future do we want to create for Coleridge?”
By Crystal Brummels
HARTINGTON — Neb. Sen. Deb Fischer told a group of supporters here Saturday she expects to see a new Farm Bill in place in the next few weeks.
By Rob Dump
LAUREL: — The LCC girls golfers didn’t have to travel far for their final two tournaments of the regular season, playing at the Metteer Invitational in Wayne on Thursday and hosting their own meet
LAUREL — The great thing about small towns is how the citizens pitch in and help one another. The citizens of small towns also take great pride in its community.
By Crystal Brummels
It’s officially fall and that means it’s harvest time. For those farmers itching to get into the fields, some may have to wait.
LAUREL — The story starts with two ladies, a cruise and a church.
By Sarah Naeve
Osmond band instructor Christalin Ginn strides alongside the Osmond Tiger Marching Band in the Lions Club Parade on Saturday, September 22.
Last Saturday, Sept. 22, I was looking at what was left behind in my dad’s shop after the auction a week prior.
By Darrell Kahler
GRAND ISLAND — On Saturday, Aug. 25, three Osmond FFA members traveled to Grand Island to compete in the State FFA Dairy Judging competition held in conjunction with the Nebraska State Fair.
Cedar County farmers began combining beans last week.
Area elevators are getting busy as the harvest has begun. Jerad Gubbels, Grain Superintendent at 81/20 unloading a straight truck of corn
WAKEFIELD - The Randolph Lady Cardinals won one and lost one at a triangular in Wakefield last Tuesday.
Big Red lost 25-22 25-19 to Wakefield-Allen and defeated Walthill 25-7 25-12.
Wausa High School crowned their Homecoming Royalty Friday: (back row) Abrielle Nelson, Tyler Baue, Dawson Thorell; Tyson Kaiser, Ghatlin Hegge, Hunter Neuhalfen, Wyatt Hoppe, Charlie Price.
The Wausa High School Marching Band strut their stuff Saturday, impressing judges and onlookers in the Sept. 22 Lions Club Parade in Norfolk.
WAUSA — Wausa’s Swedish heritage is evident all throughout town.
For 75 years, the community has been celebrating that Swedish heritage with the annual Smorgasbord.
OSMOND — Funeral service for Ervin M. Kumm, 96, Osmond, were Sept. 21 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Osmond, with the Rev. Glen Emery officiating. Burial was in the parish cemetery.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Glenn J. Gubbels, 83, Sioux City, Iowa, died Sept. 22, 2018. Visitation and a Rosary were Tuesday at Meyers Brothers Colonial Chapel, Sioux City. Services were Sept.
FREMONT — William G. Schnoor, 75, died Sept. 20, 2018, at Shalimar Gardens, Fremont. The funeral service will be at 10 a.m., Sept. 26, at First Lutheran Church, Fremont.