Coleridge Blade

RANDOLPH — When Norm Lulow would describe something he made and placed on his and his wife Linda’s, two acres at near Randolph, it started with a head nod.

SHOLES — Several state and area dignitaries traveled to this tiny Randolph-area community Thursday to get a first-hand look at one of the state’s newest wind energy farms.

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HARTINGTON — Imagine this, you are sitting in front of your television in your favorite spot.

Laurel Advocate

LAUREL — There are many things a nurse learns over a career.

Proper procedures, laboratory applications and simple diagnosis.

LAUREL — Laurel City Council members are looking into a $2.6 million revitalization effort as discussed during their Aug. 12 regular meeting.

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HARTINGTON — Imagine this, you are sitting in front of your television in your favorite spot.

Osmond Republican

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OSMOND — The Osmond Lady Tiger volleyball team held its first day of practices on Monday, Aug. 12, with practice twice daily for the first week.

OSMOND — The kids are back in school and now it’s time to get back into learning how to take care of ourselves.

OSMOND — Classes are under way for the 2019-20 year at Osmond Community School and St. Mary’s School. Enrollment stands at 235, an increase of two from last year’s 233.

Randolph Times

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OMAHA — All three of the major high school football preseason rankings have been released and two Cedar County teams made it into the rankings.

RANDOLPH — Randolph School Board members are hoping local citizens get a better understanding of the budget process at their Aug. 27 budget workshop on Tuesday, Aug. 27.

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These kids had a special ride for their first day of school.

Wausa Gazette

WAUSA —Board members received a status update on the building progress during the regular meeting of the Wausa School Board on Monday.

WAUSA — In a large family consumer science building Monday night, members of the Wausa School Board met for the first time in the 2019-2020 school year, tackling an agenda of bills and getting up t

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The 2019-20 school year began Monday, August 19. One of the ways the students can arrive at school is by the bus.

Obituaries

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OSMOND — Funeral services for Mildred Marie (Wortman) Kruse were held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Osmond with Rev. Glen Emery officiating.

ANDERSON, S.C. — Harvey Gene McConnell, 90, died June 16, 2019, in Anderson, S.C. Military services were held June 24 at M J Dolly Cooper Veterans Cemetery, Anderson.

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LINCOLN — Eldon L. “Grayson” Robinson, 80, Lincoln, died June 11, 2019, in Lincoln.

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