Coleridge Blade

Denise Kinkaid’s LCC third grade students made valentines for Park View Haven residents, then got a surprise when the residents returned the favor, and made valentines for the kids.

 

 

LCC

LCC’s Zach Dietrich found the going tough in the 285-pound weight class.

Laurel Advocate

With the Winter Olympics in full force, the Laurel Pre-School class held their own Olympic games Wednesday.

LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge boys basketball team used a big fourth quarter to rally for a 62-59 win over Wynot in their regular-season finale on Friday.

Winners were announced for the VFW Auxiliary #4504 Patriotic coloring contest recently.

Osmond Republican

FFA members traveling to Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island last September were, back row: Tristan Maertins (left), Nick Reikofski, Alex Alderson, Landon Stelling, Zach Huwaldt; front row: Asher W

It was Valentine’s Day 1946 and Lorena Ellenberger had a date with Ervin Kumm. What a special date it was! He proposed marriage and presented her a diamond ring. The couple had dated since Dec.

It hasn’t been that long since Cameron Moes graduated from Osmond High School (2015). But those three short years since he’s been at Concordia University in Seward, he’s been a busy man

Randolph Times

Randolph fans showed their support for Cardinal wrestler Alex Schmit when he recorded his 100th career win during the state wrestling tournament last week in Omaha. For more photos and info.

The RHS Dance team competed at the 2018 Nebraska State Cheer and Dance Championship Feb. 16 in Grand Island.

Wellness can take on many forms. Recently, due to a large amount of snow received here in Randolph, students in Pre-6 were challenged to build a snowman with their class in front of the school.

Wausa Gazette

Wausa fans came out in force last Tuesday night to cheer on the Lady Vikings in SubDistrict basketball action against Santee in Hartington.

CENTER — The 2018 Knox County Spelling Bee was held at the Courthouse Feb. 14, with three age divisions competing.

Three Wausa High School boys entertained the audience during the boys halftime game Tuesday night against Hartington-Newcastle. They showed off their dance moves to various songs.

Obituaries

LINCOLN — Delores A. Lintel, 86, Lincoln, died Feb. 13, 2018. No funeral is being planned. A celebration of life will be held in early May at Lintel Park, Lincoln.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Catherine Marie (Peitz) Wistrom was born March 6, 1948, and died Feb. 3, 2018.

PLAINVIEW — Benjamin Thomas Sauser, 3, died peacefully in his parents’ arms Feb. 14, 2018, at Children’s Hospital, Omaha. A visitation was Feb. 18, at St. Ludger’s Catholic Church, Creighton.

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