COLERIDGE — The last issue of the Coleridge Blade has rolled off the presses, ending a 131-year run for Coleridge’s community newspaper.
WAYNE — The Bears raced out of the gates in their Great Northeast Neb. Shootout opener with Arlington, then hung on to claim a seven-point win.
COLERIDGE — This year’s Year in Review section begins with many accomplishments and achievements from Coleridge area residents.
Feb. 6, 2019
LAUREL — There’s an old saying in basketball — shoot until you get hot and then keep on shootin’.
LAUREL — This year’s Laurel Chamber Community Club banquet will be Jan. 24, at the Laurel VFW.
LAUREL— Two decades of service to the Laurel area have been reached recently by Dave Kardell of Kardell’s Auto.
OSMOND — Tom Schmit and Chris Wagner, members of the 20/20 Activity Center Committee, were present at the Monday, Jan. 13, meeting of the District 42R school board meeting to give a report.
OSMOND — Three members of the Osmond Tiger football team were selected for post-season recognition. They included seniors Alexis Solorzano, Josh Gansebom and Landon Stelling.
OSMOND — Osmond Venture Resources and Pierce County Economic Development are bringing the Entrepreneurial Community Activation Process (ECAP) to Osmond to help identify priorities and actions for t
RANDOLPH — City council members discussed developments in the steps to achieve a floodplain project on Jan. 8.
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RANDOLPH — In conjunction with the statewide “Beef in Schools” program, livestock producers in the Randolph area have organized to increase the offering of locally raised beef and pork in our schoo
WAUSA —The Wausa Lady Vikings suffered a pair of losses during action at last week’s Wausa Post Holiday Tournament, but bounced back to earn a win Monday against Santee.
WAUSA — A balanced scoring attack led the Wausa Vikings to their first win of the year here Monday.
OSMOND — Patsy J. Owens, 70, of Osmond died Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020, at her home in Osmond.
OSMOND — A Celebration of Life for Gayle “Beak” A. Beacom, 58, of Osmond will be held at the American Legion Hall in Osmond on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020. from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
BELDEN —Judy Rae Wobbenhorst, 69, Belden, died unexpectedly Jan. 9, 2020, while en route to one of her favorite bridge games in Randolph.