Coleridge Blade

COLERIDGE — Elroy and Carol Hefner are quickly coming close to celebrating 70 years of making memories as husband and wife.

OMAHA — An area student has been honored by the University of Nebraska Medical Center for her academic success.

LAUREL — Many jobs require professional development days. The same is true for the teachers at Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School.

Laurel Advocate

OMAHA — LCC’s Deagan Puppe took part in the 11th annual Boch Festival Jan. 25-27 at the Strauss Performing Arts Center on the UNO Campus.

WISNER — After losing in the Lewis & Clark Conference finals a few days earlier, the LCC boys got back on the winning track with an easy 80-58 win at Wisner-Pilger on Thursday.

Valentine wishes, candy kisses, hearts, flowers and Cupid’s arrows, all go with February’s love-filled holiday.

Osmond Republican

HARTINGTON — Osmond battled Laurel-Concord-Coleridge for the conference championship on Monday night, Feb. 4, in front of a packed gymnasium at Hartington Cedar Catholic.

OSMOND — Interested members of the Osmond Community Club and HOME Team met at Tiger Tavern on Wednesday, Feb. 6, to discuss the future of the organizations.

The Osmond High School speech team has kicked off its season.

Randolph Times

NORFOLK — The Randolph FFA Chapter took a junior and senior team to district livestock judging on Jan. 24, in Norfolk.

WAYNE — Wayne State College head football coach Dan McLaughlin and his staff announced today that 24 high school student-athletes and 12 transfers have made commitments to the Wildcat football prog

RANDOLPH — The Randolph School Board recently approved the hiring of Brandi Bartels as high school principal. While Bartels’ official contract begins Aug.

Wausa Gazette

LINCOLN--The Revenue Committee heard debate on a bill Feb. 8 that would raise the documentary stamp tax in Nebraska.

Seven Junior High students, (back row, l-r) Sophia Wilken, Emma Story, Joe Johnson; (front) Addison Smith, Kilee Thorell, Taylor Alexander and Addison Wynia, participated in the Stanton Honor

WAUSA - The Vikings brought momentum from Tuesday’s late win into Fridays contest, but it was not enough to top the red hot Osmond Tigers, falling 47-19.


OMAHA — Dr. Willis “Will” L. Wiseman, M.D., was born Oct. 12, 1942, in Omaha, the only son of Glenn and Audrey (Reinhardt) Wiseman. He died Feb. 4, 2019, in Lincoln, surrounded by family.

SOUTH SIOUX CITY — Mary Phyllis (Schulte) Foster, 85, South Sioux City, died Feb. 10, 2019, at the Regency Square Care Center, South Sioux City.

COLERIDGE — Vanita May Arndt, 92, Coleridge, formerly of Wynot, died Feb. 4, 2019, at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, S.D.

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