Coleridge Blade

Bears explode for a big Homecoming win

LAUREL — After losing their first game of the season the previous week, the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Bears took out their frustrations at Homecoming.

Lady Bears pick up a pair of wins at home

LAUREL — The LCC Lady Bears improved their season record to 10-8 with a pair of home victories last week.

Marching Band Champions

Laurel-Concord-Coleridge seniors Cody Martin and Kaden Swanson accept the Wayne Band Day Class C Champion marching band award for LCC after the conclusion of the parade.

Laurel Advocate

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LCC had a great day at Saturday's Hartington-Newcastle volleyball tournament. Check out photos here.

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Those students recently elected to the LCC Elementary Student Council for 2019-20 are: (back row) Cody Bartling, Josiah Tasler, Mason Kort, Zander Lute, (front row) Ambriella Kock, Nora Specht, and

Osmond Republican

Osmond and Wausa youth form football teams

WAUSA — A few Osmond youth joined those from Wausa to form football teams.

Osmond Tigers fall to Pirates in home game

OSMOND — The Osmond Tiger football team had a difficult night against the Plainview Pirates as they fell 52-6 at home on Friday, Oct. 4.

Donating to the Veterans Memorial

Walt Aschoff of Aschoff Construction recently made a sizeable contribution to the new Osmond Veterans Memorial.

Randolph Times

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HARTINGTON — Some big changes are just around the corner for the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.

The Royal Couple

Randolph High School Homecoming 2019 was culminated by coronation ceremony in which Carter Schnoor and Kayla Nordhues were crowned King and Queen.

RANDOLPH - Nearly a 90-minute executive session of the Randolph City Council Wednesday ended with the raises of seven city employees and the hiring of a new Economic Development Director.

Wausa Gazette

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WAUSA — Hey pa dey! (Hi to you!) From the Smorgasbord Committee. As the date draws near, final touches are being made for the delicious feast of Swedish foods.

Wayne State College Band Day Parade

Wausa Band participated in the WSC Band Day Parade Oct. 5, and received first place in Class D-1.

Wausa/Osmond youth football bring home win

WAUSA — Wausa, along with a few Osmond boys, have joined together to form football teams. There is a fourth grade team and a fifth/ sixth grade team.They started their season Sept.


Phyllis L. Campbell

LAUREL — Phyllis L. Campbell, 92, Laurel, died Oct. 5, 2019, at the Hillcrest Care Center, Laurel.

Lauren D. Johnson

LAUREL — Lauren D. Johnson, 100, Laurel, died Oct. 6, 2019, at the Hillcrest Care Center, Laurel.

Loral Gene Garrison

MOXEE, Wash. — Loral Gene Garrison, 84, died Aug. 28, 2019, due to a struggle with COPD.

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