Coleridge Blade

Construction workers work a concrete paver to flatten the new cement out along Portland Street in Coleridge on Tuesday. This is part of a threephase street improvement project here.


LAUREL — Gary Cantrell, known better by his nickname Lazarus Lake, made a stop in Laurel early Friday morning during his cross-country journey.

HARTINGTON — A new patriotic event is slated for this year’s Cedar County Fair.

Veteran’s Night will feature several activities.

Laurel Advocate

LAUREL — Rich Brandow will be joining the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School Board.

Brandow will replace Robert Colwell. Colwell resigned from his position on the board.

LAUREL — Too many trucks are going through Laurel, a local resident told the Laurel City Council last Monday.

LAUREL — Virginia Lundahl is celebrating one month on the job as the interim administrator at Hillcrest Care Center.

Osmond Republican

OSMOND — Generally, six or seven residents in a town can get together and start a community foundation, but Osmond folks typically thought of a better way on Saturday, July 7, by inviting folks to

HASTINGS — On Friday, July 13, the Osmond Lady Tiger 14-andunder softball team traveled to Hastings to compete in the Class D State Softball Tournament.

An Arrow Stagelines bus was filled to its capacity of 54 Saturday night for a trip to Roger and Joyce Tacey’s Niobrara Hermitage for a steak dinner, tour and to see videos about other Nebraska town

Randolph Times

Craig Bartels (above) checks his phone at the CVA 81-20 during the tractor drive Friday to help kick off the start of the Magnet Q125 celebration.

The 5th Annual Kelly Jo Swanson Memorial Co-ed Softball tournament took place July 7 and July 8.

Members of the Randolph High School Class of 1968 attending their 50th class reunion include, (back row, l-r) Gary Dominisse, Ed Wattier of Osmond, Jerry Backhaus of McLean, Jules Olberding, David

Wausa Gazette

Knox County residents participating in the Knox County Leadership class in Creighton include, (back row, l-r) Tyler Wilson, Niobrara, Tim Beckmann, Bloomfield; Trisha Zach, Bloomfield; Tanner Zach,

WAUSA - The voters in Wausa have a tantalizing election approaching, after the Wausa School Board voted to hold a special election on September 11, 2018 for a 20 year bond of no more than $3 millio

WAUSA — A public unveiling of ideas and plans for a major school renovation will be held here tonight.


BELDEN — Lester Louis Meier, 80, Belden, died July 12, 2018, at the Providence Medical Center, Wayne.

HARTINGTON — Gaylon Howard Mittan, 94, Hartington, and lifelong Cedar County resident and farmer known for his warmth, generosity and ability to converse with anyone on almost any topic, died July

RANDOLPH — Charles H. Scranton, 94, Randolph, died July 16, 2018, at Faith Regional Health Services, Norfolk. Memorial services are pending at Johnson Funeral Home, Randolph.

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