WAYNE — During the Say Yes to FCS conference at Wayne State College, attendees heard from keynote speaker, Dr. Lisa Wanek, who earned a bachelor’s degree in FCS Education.
LAUREL — Following the Pledge of Allegiance, school board members met Dec. 10 in Laurel for their regular session with two groups giving main reports.
By — Angie Steffen Laurel Advocate
COLERIDGE — Waiting a week paid off.
Old Man Winter tried to play the Grinch and put a damper on the Christmas in Coleridge celebration.
LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge boys basketball team got off to a flying start Friday with a 64-37 blowout of Crofton at the LCC High School gym.
LAUREL — Everything was in place early Thursday for the start of Laurel’s big night.
CREIGHTON — The new wrestling co-operative between LCC and Randolph, the Quad County Northeast Blaze, made their debut Saturday and earned five medals at the Creighton Invitational.
The Lady Tiger basketball team openedtheseasonwiththreewins in a row, beginning with the jamboree game against Howells-Dodge, and followed by regular season games against Randolph and Hartington-Ne
OSMOND — The Osmond TeamMates Chapter will host a “Chuck-A-Duck” during the Osmond vs. Creighton boys’ basketball game on Tuesday, Dec. 17.
OSMOND — Those attending Christmas in Osmond on Tuesday of last week enjoyed cool but pleasant weather for the event which featured a meal of various soups, hot dogs, cookies and drinks served by m
RANDOLPH — Here is a look at the local varsity basketball scene.
Randolph Lady Cardinals
RANDOLPH — Randolph City Council members heard reports about Randolph’s water and about economic development at its Dec. 4 meeting.
RANDOLPH — Randolph City Council members listened to half a dozen citizens who gathered Wednesday to discuss an ordinance addressing the parking of recreational vehicles,
By Angie Steffen For The Randolph Times
WAYNE — Each year six students in fifth and sixth grade are selected to attend the Science Olympiad event at Wayne State College.
WAUSA — The Wausa Lady Vikings opened the new sports season Friday on a high note.
The Lady Vikes edged Plainview, 33-30, to pick up their first win of the season right out of the gate.
Christmas in Wausa
LINCOLN — Carol Ann Backer Hubenthal, died peacefully Dec. 6, 2019, with staff of the Gardens Assisted Living at her side.
BLOOMFIELD — Memorial services for Donna Moline, 90, Bloomfield, will be 10 a.m., Dec. 14, at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church, Bloomfield. Rev.
Funeral services for Gene Johnson, 92, Wausa, was Nov. 30 at Thabor Lutheran Church, Wausa. Rev. Carl Sirotzki officiated. Burial was in Thabor Lutheran Cemetery, Wausa.