Coleridge Blade

HARTINGTON - Flood waters swept through the Cedar County Fairgrounds last week, causing damage to many of the buildings and even completely moving one of the 4-H barns.

What has been classified as a “Bomb Cyclone”, a rapidly intensifying area of low pressure causing hurricane force winds and heavy precipitation, wreaked havoc over most of Nebraska last week, in

LAUREL — Several area residents stood wide-eyed Wednesday night and watched as pieces of their lives floated past.

Laurel Advocate

HARTINGTON — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Speech team survived the rain last Wednesday at the C2-3 District at Hartington Cedar Catholic.

LAUREL — The Laurel-Concord Ministerial Association came together Sunday evening to host “Pray for Nebraska.”

LAUREL — Several area residents stood wide-eyed Wednesday night and watched as pieces of their lives floated past.

Osmond Republican

OSMOND — Osmond High School junior Keaton Timmerman and senior Merrix Denn both earned Lewis and Clark first team all-conference honors for their contributions in the 2018-19 basketball season.

LINCOLN — The Osmond Tigers finished off a historic season on Saturday night, March 9, falling just one win shy of a state championship.

OSMOND — Because of the overwhelming number of people asking where and how to donate, HOME Team Community Club has dedicated an account where donations can be dropped off at any Security Bank.

Randolph Times

Speech meet competes in LC Conference

RANDOLPH — Two Cardinals received All-Conference honors last week to cap off the boys’ basketball season.

RANDOLPH — Randolph school board members considered another option for busing during their March 18 meeting.

Wausa Gazette

WAUSA — Wausa Public Schools have recently released the third quarter Honor Roll for the 2018-19 school year. The following is the information currently available.

Members and coaches of the 2019 District Speech Champions include, (back) Cole Story, Trey McQuay, Tyler Baue, Cory Schumacher, Ann Woockman, Carson Barney, Hannah Hubers, Emily Kleinschmit,

WAUSA - Monday’sWausa School Board meeting will go down in school history as the end of an era that spanned 106 years.

Obituaries

HARTINGTON — Claire Eugene Hansen, 86, Hartington, died March 12, 2019, at his residence.

BOW VALLEY — Donovan Roman Pick, 74, Bow Valley, died March 10, 2019, at the Avera Sister James Care Center, Yankton, S.D.

MADISON — Funeral services for Marcella Frauendorfer, 84, formerly of Madison, will be held at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, March 21, 2019, at the St.

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